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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
2b the Editor of the Standard. Sj n,-That in the lineteenth century individunls should bo, cersecuted ,for matters of opinion, upon subjectsh ivch caninot llo decided to the satisthfetion of nll, tind that otl chiss of fitlliblu and erring beings should assmine the right of excluding alother class of.equal capacity and equal power ibr forming as correct ajudgment as themselves; seemsn so monstrous ml injustico that, wero it not for the constant evi deoco of its existence, We rshould hesitate lin our llhllof of it. T'he systenm of exclusioen and denunciation which is pursued by the self-styled orthodox against thoso tihost. views are iiore liberal and .ici accordance with the spirit of the tines thnn their own, Is extremely tch. jettilonable, Ifit ltjiust and good nto exclde indl .viduals or sections of the oon.nunity from fellowship, and to oxccommunlicat them froln their Just rights tin ociety becnuso they dlilier frot each other inc telir interpretation of crltin mysteriouas, subt...
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
SNUNAWADING. ROAD BOAR1D, To theo ditovr of theStandard. Its. Entron.-In your report of the proceedings of the Nunawading lload.lIlard I find a statement made hi respect tu the eletilon of C'hairman that.is quite incorrect; and an ininsation made in reference to myself that would not stlind the test of truth; and hid justleo to myself it ouight to be corrected. In the election of Chairman it is stated that Afve votes were given to myself and three to MAr. Itlling. worth, and that thle latter gentleman abstained from voting for himself, wvhich it was his privilege to do. had he thouglht fit to use it-insinuating thiut I did ..use this privile.e, and voted for myself. The facts are is folowin i It was moved by Mr. Sergeant and seconded by myself;i that Mr. llllngworth take the chair. Mr. (dnller moved and Mr. Dempsey seconded. that Mr. Yeomans take tlhe chlir. It was put to the vote in the following manner: Each member wrote on a slip of paper who le voted for; and tihe papers Swere r...
MUSIC FOR HAWTHORN. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
MUSIO FOR IIAWTHORN. 'To te , Editor of the Slaidard..' .sBit,ý-Now that the' evenings nre so fine, the ireather geierillyso salubrlous, nud. the locality Fo pretty'i-\ ould'it contribute t tthe gratification of Saý considerable ntluber ofr the inlabitants if the ' Volunteer Band were to play on each Sattrday after noon, or, on Monday aftcrnoon, in' thIe'Iawthorn Ecedroe Gardens? The liand lias now acquired suffcient proficieony to be competent for aflbrding a musical treat; and J trust the omflers will allow the benefit of it to our little cointnuiiity. I aun, Sir, your obedient servant, AN EX-FIFER. Darton-street, Ist October, 1801.
BRICK-BURNING. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
I3RICK3BTJURNING. . To the .ditor of the Sltanard.'.. St,-Plcase raiso yoir voice agninst the proposed bye-law rcspecting the burnling of bricks in theo'Mu Slicipality. I'Those'are not the times to drive trades peoplo out of the district, and this is one way of doing it. Some of my customers inform me that if .theyare compelled to burn their kilns thirty feet .,from the road, it will necessitate them to rebuild thelrkilins, and would put them to the -expense of 'onie' hundred pounds. ' What with heavy fines for Sfailig to carry lights, &c., no one will shortly be able to live, here, except bloated aristocrats. .,..,Y.' ours,, Mr: Editor,, , : A SHOPKEEPER, Mlaina;road, lHawtliorni,2nd October, 180i. ':' '......."J!?', . .... ......
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
HAWTHORN POLICE COURTs TUESDAY, Ocronas 1. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P.] 1. And'ew - Frley was charged by Constsb le Wright with allowing his horse to be without" proper control. The defendant admitted the charge, and was fined 5s. and 4s. Gd. costs. If not paid within a week to be imprisoned for 48 hours. JoIn Pinniqer, charged by the same con itable with allowing two horses to wander, was fined 5s. and 4s. Gd. costs. [P. Johnson, Esq., J.P., hero took a seat on the Bench.] lbomey v. O'hanaassy.-Wages £7. Ss. The plaintiff stated that be was employed:by the defendant at 8s. per day on a contract at Blood's Gully, from the 31st December to the 16th May. On the 11th February he had a settlement with defendant, where there was a balance to his (plaintiff') credit of £3. IHe had received various sums. since, and the defendant still owed him the amount now claimed. The solicitor for the defence stated that the plaintiff was employed at 8s. per day for only eight days, while building a...
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
S THJILISDAY, SEPTEIlrntnU20. P:rcsent.-The Chairman (Mr. W. Yco maIt),; M?elrs.. Ellingworth, Corko, Grant, Bennett, arid' Collier. .The minutes of the previous meeting, were raetd'and confirmed. :COInESPONDE1NOl A oircular was read? from Mr. M'Clurl , respecting the proposed conference of dole. gates from the ditterent district road boards in the colony, to be hold at thie Duke of Itothsay hlotel, Elizabeth street, Melbourne, on Tue.say, October 8th, to take into consi deration the County Councils 1Bill, about to be introduced by the present Government, and asking co-operation with them. On the motion of Mr, Ellingworth, se conded by Mr. Collier, it was resolved that the Sccretary be instructed to write to Mr. M'Clure, acktnowlcdging the receipt of the cercular inviting co-opteration with theo. con ftrcnce to be held on October 8th, at Melt bourne, and to state tJhut it is not the inton tion of this Board to take any stops against the paading of tim County Councils Bill about to b...
WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
WARRANDYTIL YOST OFIOIE. The Mdail arrives from Melbouroorono Tuesdays, Thnrsedays, and t'aturdays Iat noon, Closes for MJelbournoc on Mondays,, Vducdesdys,. and ]?ridays at 9,90 d.m,, . HsWITT, Postmaster.
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TUrUnsDA, SEPTEMBER 19. Present-The Chairman (Mr. W. Yeo. mans), Mecsrs. Bennett, Sergeant, Grant, Delany, Dempsey, Collier, Ellingworth, and Corle. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Clisby, the Chairman of the late Board; handed to the Chairman a Cheque for £8. Ls. G6d., the balance of cash in the bank belonging to the Board. The Chairman reported the result' of an interview he had with J. Steavenson, Esq., on the previous Saturday ; also the result of the cnntirence upon the re-distribution of of thie Hawthorn Toll Fund. Tenders for a room in which to hold the Board meetings were then opened as follow: Mr. Padgham £15 ; Mr. Smnth, White Horse Hotel, £1; Mr. Sindon £5; Mr. White £7; Mr. L. Sindon £15, and a donation given to the Board of £10. Moved by Mr. Corke and seconded by lfr. Grant, that Mr. L. Sindon's tender be accepted.-Carried. l?oved by Mr. Ellingworth and seconded by 3Ir. Collier, that the salary of the Sec ...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
HARTWErJl POST OFFICE. The Mail arrivod from Melbourne, &c., on Mon days, Wednesdays, and Pridusys ltF 11 a.m. Closes at. llartwoel for Melbournel, &o, on Tuesdays' Thursdays, and Saturdays,'at 11 30 a:n.:' It,:3. _Iluntia,",Postastor.
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
BO00OONDAl) . DISTRICT lItAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEJ R 28. Present-The Chairman (Mr. W. Blanhsby), Messrs. Irwin, Hunter, Ragg, Priestley, Kent, and Logan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To J. Steavenson. Esq., in reply to letter of the 7th inst., respecting the removal of earth and nwtal from the approaches to Hawthorn bridge. From the Secretary of the Cranbourne District Road Board, acknowledging receipt of letter of the 4th inst. From Mr. Madden, Solicitor, applying for the sum of lifty pounds for extras done 1by lfr. O'Shanas3y on contract No. 1. The Chairman said he did not think they need do more than just to state that Mr. O'Shanassy had not completed his contract according to specification. Mr. Priestley said if any wrong had been done to the contractor they should right it; but he did not for a moment imagine that such wrong had be-n done. It was evident that the interest of the Board had been looked after, from the fact of t...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
JOROOND.ARA ,GENERAL Cu EMET RY. ' The usudl monthly meeting ofth tretustees of this Cemotery was held:at the Road' Board hflicb, i aiwthorn, .on.. Wedibseday, October 2nd. Therrre 'ere preent, feessra. Chaimbcrs, Denbigh, Johnson; Judd, atid O'Grady. 3M. O'Grady, JEsq., 3[.L.A. ,in th6 chair. :The mingutes of the previous meeting were read and conhirmed. -- .The 8ecretary reported that one interment only hat taken place during the past moniilth. Also, thatthe nrvoeyor, (l r IIHini, OE.) had completed the laying out of tqie"egrounds as per plan, and required payment. , Resolved--" Than tal ; nmnount be paid, upo ,esns. eomplnbig, Johnsont, thed ruc'ti been propisly arrithat the ocont, ract hat the workn going ofn at therec ts ad, tery was pditn is ihJt ec?? tl. ..; 10. 1 .Expediture £0.....5. 7. 0. LAnocik. M. Ut* Johnsoim complarued .that the resoli. tion of the thtrustees at lasteetineg had not beoo propoerly carriod odt, and that the work going ohe *aV tIe, Cometery w~as nbt sati...
HAWTHORN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861
IIAWTIHOIN CrINKrET CILUB. The bove o'lu1i'commenced theirseason on Saturday with a smratch match, on their old ground. A' veryod iimuster of :members were present? Th~ ivickets were draw?n at sunset,: after ''which: the .Annual General Meeoting was held in the club-room, Boroou dari Iotel,;J. "R Withers, Esq', presiding. •The HoLo Secretary' and .Treasurer, Mr. Groom, read'tle report of the committee and balancc.shef;E which wer 're hived and for the ensuing ?e nol'1ry??rpi--co"t i th"i, following result:- The HIoi; ' Stephen George. ?, -'i . as ifinaiimously re-elected, President; Captain Hamniiond; of tho'llawthorn rnd Kew Volun teers, was 1iosen to fill the important oflice of Vice-President ;Thomas Sunderland, Esq., vas elected Treasurer; 'J.,R. ?1ithers, Essq., H1onorary Secrotniry and Msevira.: P1'? Iunt., C. J. Claridge; GE Lewis, II.' Huut; Groom, Thompson, and W. Johnson were elected as the Coinmittee of Management. We heartily dcongratultte the HI. 0. C. on its election o...