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

WAILRANDMY'E I OST OFFCIE. t?he Mall arrives fromn Melbourne on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ,atulrdays at noon. Closes for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays It 9.30 a.m. F'. ewTrrT, Postmaster.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Lettcrr ifnlcndul for inssertiuon i the SoUTn IIOUIIKE STAN Aait! inil be atitlteolcaled bn the nunwe fnd ad. dek.s of tIe writer, iot inece.Wvrioy fbr pnuh.'istaion. bilt as i pJuarantce of yood faith. Tae Editor is not re* oponanld'for dwn opinions qf hais Correspopdlenllt

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

UAW'rIIORN PObT uF 1C&.. the hail arriyea frm Matlbourne &d., at 9.45' A.bf, Ar1y. Closes at lawthboni for Motbourne, &c. rteI ving. boe, at Air. KirwonM's, NCew flla. wthaý ' and at ?$r, Mortense, Mlain Road 3T, Pzci os, Postmaster.

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

I!ARTWRELL PchT OYFICI. The Mail arrives from %'"cbourne, &o., on Mon days. WVcdnedays, and Fridays at I1 .m. Closes pt Hlartwell for MlcibotrnA, &c., cI) Tuesdayas ThItursdai, and Battrdaya, at 11 90) a m. It. Ilttviiir, Postmaster.

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

KEW L1OS OFFPCEi. TbO Mpll arrive. front Melhbmrne, &c., at 10 alm. V1P i7, CI~de for Mtelbourne at I p.m. W. IL KELLIT?, Postmaster.

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

HAWT'IIORN AND KEW RIFLES. sa s0 The first general meetingofour local Volun teers, since the new enrollment, took place on th Monday evening, at the Sir Robert Nickle at Hotel; Captain Ifaminond presiding. There al was a numerous attendance, including a con siderable number of recruits. Some preliminary business disposed of, t the Chairman submitted a new code of r'iules, i the chief objects of which, he observed, were to secure a punctual attendance at drill and 8 parade, without encroaching on private in- hi torcet or inclinations, and to establish a ol system of discipline worthy the character of C the corps. On the motion of Mr. Atkins, seconded 1 by Mir. Everest, the rules were adopted di unanimously. Captain Iln~iunond announced with regret, ol that Mr. E. Kiig had tendered his resignation Il as senior sergeant. He was glad, however. that Mr. King would continue a mnenber of 10 the company. (Applause.) Mr. Atkin's t thus became ieiior sergeant by promotion; and it was necessar...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

k1tw LrIIERARY AND SCIENTIFIC IN'STITUTE. t cturca t rO dellverd every T'hursday evening, In the Athounum, Kcw, on various brancdes of literature, scicnce, and art. Commence at eight.

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

I?IWTIIORIN FIREE PUBIIIC LIBRARY. RoAD BOARD. OUFICE. This Library in open to the public on Mondtys Wednesdays and Fridays, fromn 6 to 9 o'clock p.n SThe books lent by tlh Trustees of the Melbourne LPublic Library are for perusal in the Library; other books lent by one or two gentlemen in tVe district are lent to the residents for reading at their own homes without charge.

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KEW SUB CRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

1EW 3vr U1 CjUVTION ITI1MARY. In connexion with tih above Institutc, open Ovary eoenlng, tiuntaias excclpted, from 5 to 10 p.m. for incmbeu's oinly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

A NEW AND ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATED WORK, ENTITL:D SUGGESTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN ART, Will be rcrdy fPr publication in September, 1861. A mntuuscript cpy of thin \\Wrk will be forwarded to the Internati?n LI Industrial Art Exhlbiton of 1S62, for depositing with the S tciety of Arts in tln,. land, as arrangedt by the Royal Conmmissioners of ls8l. Thn lpo+sceonr of this WVork will securo to himielf an amount of information in proccseos which will entblo hhn to ell'ct considcrabluo aving is house decoration, &Ro. The Work will ho completoed in twrlve numbitrs,'nn published at One Shilling each nnmbhr t or complete, loutnd in boards, for Twelve Shillings. An only a lilmted number A ill be printed, to prevent disapt ointtmet an early applicatlun is tCt1Cn.ul y. ADDItE)IS--t'. V., " STAND.ARD" OFFICE, )MAIN RO D, HAWTHIOIrK. Otr - C.. MotL.rt CLr't.,, Hlouse Decortoar, nprt the T'Ill BSar, Ric:um~:.d Bridge Ito d. J,, BRIGHTWELL, FURNlISIIING BULLEEN ROAD, KEW, C(yW r e Ber?endlra Ge...

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A LONG SWIM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

A Lo?O SwIm.-A traveller informs us that lately, wlhcn in the neighbourhood of Yangahl Lake, his horse, while in hobbles, was frightened.and made for the water, plunged in, and continuel swimining about for about two hours and a-half, unable to get out. As the lake in question is in some place+ three i, ties across, a telescope had occasionally to be used to see whether the animal continued to swim. After the time stated, and breaking his hobbles, the horse suc ceeded In making the land, exhausted to the last de gree, which entailed a rest for the remainder of that day, anrd very short distance for succeeding jour neys.--Pastoral Tines, Sept. 20. A llEoOAu on IIou,'EOACK.-At Smcaton the other day a respectable-looking man, with a wooden leg, mounted on a good-looklng nag, for which he asked £.tO, was going round the farms soliciting pecuniary assistance to return to England. My informant not having anything lees than a £10-note mentioned it to the supplicant, who, pulling out'a roll...

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

" lb" the Edito of the Standard. i Si,-W'hilst our rulers and would-be rulers, for their own ambitious purposes, are amusing or de grading themselves by exchanges of petty personal .lties, and searching out in every by-corner of their ,past duings for their application of thllem to the pre seat,.that they may each damage the reputation of the other for the future, they appear to forget that their position ought to yield an example and furnish a model of the spirit anlld temper in which all delibe ratiolis affecting the great interests and legislation of the'conmnowecalth ought to be conducted; instead of teaching the people, and as it were giving a le gality to slander and abuse, as weapons which ilmay be used as a rueants for gaining a desired end. Boyond this, we shall avoid all comment, and not suftlerour judgmt nt to be warped by either the ad vocates for or the opponents to the interpretation ptit upon the i8t Ir clause of the Land Bill. We con sider it no part of the question ...

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

*t INNRUY-ANDLI?D) -LIDIARD STREETS. ' o the Editor of the Standard. S On looking over the doings of the Publie:Works committee, in the second half. :iyer report of the lhawthorn Municipality, .,.publihhed in your last week's isue, I noticed 'hj following :-" Since last report the fol j4'Lwin iworks have been completcd-H-enry and Liddiarda streets," &c. Well, sir, with regard to Henry street, that has beci" form eda,"but at preIsent there is a holeC in the footipath, close to the culvert; so that any person travelling along there at night, and taking the said report as true, would most aseuredly break his or her leg. And now, sir, bo' i Liddiard street caine to be reported as completed I cannot comprehend; for there aritBi' chains of that street which have never been:touched, and in that part it is quite inflip?sable for drays; and the creek, which ".riuns down one side of it, seeme as though it ,ad a license to take up the whole width of 't6: street, not to say anything of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. .TOTICE is hereby given, that the AN j_ NUAL GENEIL'AL iMFE''ING of the late arers of this Distaict will be held at the CAMBER ELL IN,, Camberwel), on FRII)AY, the 11th of October at TWO o'clock p.m., for the following purposes, viz.: To rceeive.a Report or statement of Receipts and Expenditlre during the past year. To appoint Auditors for investigating the same; To elect Members of the Board for the next year; and To fix and determine the Rate' of Assessment, if any, and otherwise to carry out the provisions of the Road Board Act, 16 Victorio, No. 40; 17 Vic toria, No. 29. The valance Sheet, containing full particulars of the receipts and expenditure and contracts entered into for twelve months, ending Ilth instant, may be had, and is open for inspection, at the Road Board Office, Hawthorn. WILLIAM BLANKSBY, Chairman, Rioad Bcard Office, Hawthorn, 2nd S2ptember, 1861. FLETCHER'S HOTEL. MR. UNDERWOOD W111l exhibit the powers of his antidote for Snake ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and Dr. Tierney, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

IIAWTHiORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEP'TE3IlER 24. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J;P., Chairman, and Dr. Tierney, J.P.] Webber v. Iforsdell.--Wages £2 18s. Gd. This case was partly boeard last week. .No additional evidence on the part of the plain titF was adduced; but for the defendant se- veral witnesses deposed that Webber was not t in IIorsdell's employ in Febriuary last. The defendant deposed that plaintiff entered his service on the 16th March, and left on the 7th May, when there was a balance of wages due to itim of 13s., which he (defendant) paid t him on the following Saturdty.-Case dis. missed. No LIGITs--John O'fCeary, Martin Grace, Cornelius Daly, David Doulilass, Michael O'Keofo, Tliomas Fit?gerahl, James Peter, John Morrison, James Lawless. Thomas Lawless, Patrick Shanahan, and Joseph Purday, were fined 5s. cuch, and 4s. Gd. costs, for having no light oih their drays. Constable M'Kepzio saunmoned William James Irwin for having no reoidednco on his dray. The constable depose...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEBEB 21. Present-G. Wharton, Esq., Chairm Councillort; Derrick, Lewis, Hal'oy, Cran?'t laid Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting we read and coufirmed. COtItE5POeNDENCE. To the Post-master-General, requesti that the time of the mail leaving Kew 1j7 be altered to ia later hourgiu the day. To Moserd. Foy and Challenger, informI them that their memorial had been rteer to the Public Works committee. To the hawthorn Municipal Council, reply to letter of the 17th hinst., stating' neither the Survoyor or the' olincil auth ined the contractor to remove the soil f the lhawthorn common At Glass's C Pound. From the Troastirer, forwardin sa co, f thle proponed "Cow~tv. CouncilslI.., From the asit. 611iigw'bod 1w' :Qiuttil', rtclntoWleIlging the receipt of i y of the bye.-lnw regulating the driving of ttle through the Mlunicipality, and stating t the Legislative Committee were in favor lts?sing la similar bye-lawv for that Munici lity. F'Irolr the T'rea...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. t' MONDAY, SEPTEMDEn 23. Present.--M. O'Grady, Esq., MI.L.A., Chair. b man, Councillors Campbell, Hill, Lansly, P M'Dougall, Bragge, and Conran. 11 The minutes of thie previous meeting were 1' read and confirmed. CORRESPOND'NCE. t To T. Sunderland, Esq., acknowledging receipt of letter of the 16th inst., respecting t brick kilns being burnt close to the footpaths, N and stating that the subject had been referred b to the Health and Legislative conunittee. t To W. W. Wardell, Esij., Inspector-Gene ral of Public Works, stating that the Council will undertake to grant a right-of-way to the police buildings. The reply to the above was also read, ac knowledging its receipt. To F. C. Standish, Esq., Chief Com missioner of Police, requesting his sanuction to the appoiune?lt of Sergeaant Reed to the ollice of Inspector of Nuisances. From' the President of the Exhibition Commission, asking the Council to contri- t bute a copy of the Municilpal Arims embla zoned on...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, 1861. AMENITIES OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

:;fij outtt tilourkc StastbarD. FRIDAY, SEPTEII1BElt 27th, 1861. SAMnNITIY 1 OF PARLIAMENT. PInLuMCS T has taken a holiday-perhaps the best thing it could do on the eve of a combat which promises to be unusually fierce. A contemporary gravely suggests that the new members should employ this interval in developing the resources of thile Parliamentary Ilib(r:iy-studying the subtle ties of International Law with Grotius and 1 uftendorf-ascertaining what Adam Smith And Stuart Mill really do say on free trade or protection--or fimiliarising their minds with the noble thoughts and images of beauty over meeting the true student in the pleasant ways af literature. Good counsel this, cer tainly; but weo suspect many of our juvenile legislators will not only decline the sugges tion, but denounce it as a most unreasonable impertinence. For ill this fortunate time and clime it wolld apperl that law-making ia a process of manuailcture which relquircs no previous study or trini ni g whatever--in ...

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ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

ADVENTURE WITH A SNAKE. We have received the following from a gentleman whose family reside in the neighbourhood of the W Creek, a short distance from Camberwell, and we can vouch for the truth of the statement. We give it in his own words:- "Last Monday week my daughter, having two more of my children in her care, severally aged one and three years, was amusing them by plucking small berries, which grow on a tufted shrub about six inches from the ground. She had the youngest child on her arm, and the other standing by her side. When stooping to lift one of the bushes she observed what she supposed at the time was a lizard, glide over the sleeve of her dress, but upon casting her eyes on one side was horror-struck when she saw a snake curled up on the bottom of her dress as it spread out on the ground. She immediately jumped up, and with great presence of mind placing one foot on the reptile, began screaming and cooeying until she was heard by a German, who went to see what was the ...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TInIUsDAr, 8EPTEMBnR 12. Present.-Mfessrs. Grant, Sergeant, Delany, Yenmans. Corke, Dempesy, Collier, Ellingworth, and Bennett. blr. Clisby was also present, and stated that he was prepared to give up the books, &e., to the newly elected board as soon as they had elected a Chair. A. r. Keogh, on hehalf of his bantling board, elected at the lRoyal llutel on the 10th. demanded the books andt papers. Alr. Clishy denied that a board had been elected at Royal lotel, and refused to give up the books to hint. :L.CTIOa O cIItAIRMAN. Mr. Sergeant proposed that Mr. Ellingworth be elected as Cthairman for the ensuing )ear. tir. Collier proposed Mr. Yeonmans as Chairnman. A ballot was tren taken, when five votes were given to Mr. Yeomans and three to AMr. I'.llingwortlh, the tile latter gentleman not using his p?ivilego of voting for himself. Correspondence with the late board was read; also letters froms J Steavenson Esq., requesting the board to allllpo...

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