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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

I- ISS SWAN, DRRES1tEAK'RA, Opposite Judge Molesrorth's, UPPER HAWTHORN, 'Late of blesdames Tippet and Clifton, Ruisell street,'Melbourne, and Forewoman to the r successors ,EGS to announce to the Ladies of IIaw thorn and vicinities that she has commenced business at the above address; and, in soliciting a portion of their patronage, pledges herself to a strict attention to all orders with which she may be favoured, and economical charges. bliss 8. also begs to state that she has made arrangements to havt forwarded all hew fashions' as soon as published, and politely `invites as in spection. OR SALE, about 34 Lcres LAND, at the back of .Canberwell iti'; lose' feced1'aind cultivated. *Apply office of 'tlis paper.: ' :,MEIB?ULNE, M]EDIIOCL' 'IIALT: NOTICE OF: REMOVAL DURING REBUILDING TO No. 18, COLLINS STREET EAST, Opposite Wilkie's Music Saloon. , GEO. LEWIS, Proprietor.'" C. . 1, CLARKE, . 'PLAIN= AND DECORATIVE PAPER HANGER, IOUSE AND SIGN.:; PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. Bridge R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

BORIOONDAIRA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. XTOTICE is hereby given, that the AN 1. NUALT GICA.EIlAIL MB lEEl'IrN of the Hate. iavers of this 1)istaict will be held at the CAMBERL WELL IN\, Camblrwell, on FRIDAY, the 11th of Octotrer at T'\O 0 o'clock p.m., for the following purposes, viz.: To receive a IReport or statement of Receipts and Expenditure during the past year. To appoint AnditorJ 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 liaard Act, 16 Victorio, No. 40; 17 Vic torin, No 29. Tne I!alance Sheet, containing full particulars of the receipts and expenditure and contracts entered into for twelve months, ending Ilth instant, may he had, and is open for inspection, at the Road Board Office, Hawthorn. WILLIAM BLANKSBYI. Chairman. Road Board Omee, IHawthorn, . 2nd September, 1861. BOROONDARA DISTRICT -ROAD? BOARD.:, . EALED TENDERS, addressed to...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

KEWV MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. Present-- . Wharton, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Ialfey, Cranwell, Fox, Derrick, SLewis, and Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting were lead and confirmed. CORIIESPONDENCL. To Mr. J. Robertson, Surveyor, informing min that the Council had accepted his resig '-ation, and requesting hi'n to furnish a full morlt of the contracts in progres up to the ate of his resigning olliec. 4 To the President of the Exhiibition Com :ission, informing him that the Council ,ould comply with the request of the Com pui?-ion with reference to the Municipal To S. G. Knight, Esq., Agent for the Vie. orian Exhibition, informing him that photo graphic views of the prinieipal objects of in erest in Kew would be fiurnished. From the East Collingwood Municipal Council stating that that Council were unani nously in favour of the bye-law regulating the driving of cattle, and that they would prepare a similar one without delay. PUBOLIC WORKS REPORT. The Public Wor...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SMONDAr, SEPTrinMDE 80. Present.-?: Od'Grady, ]sq.? ML.A, Chair man, Councillors Lansly, lragge, Conran, and Campbell. . ........ : ' SThe iiinutes of the previous mieeting ivere read'and confirmed. ConnESPONDENOE. To.J3 G.Krnight, Esq., Agent to the Exhi bitio uCmhiission, in reply to letter of the 18th, respecting the photographic views of the principal buildings in lHawthorn. 'T6 Mr. T. Thompson, in reference to the water-course in Connell-street, near the bridge,' stating that the matter has been re ferred to the Public Works Commnittee., To Mr. Kirwood, in reply to his letter com .plaining of the water-channel opposite his promises, stating that the subject has been referred to the. Public Works Committee. To W. M'Crea,. M.D., President of the Central:Board of Health, asking the Board to confirm the appointment of Dr. Bragge as e-Icalth Officer for the Municipality., 'To the I6n; the Treasurer, acknowledging receipt of the County Councils Bill. To th...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1861. COUNTY COUNCILS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

'FRIDAY, OCTOBER atlh,. 1801. COUNTY COUNCILS BILL. Tit Road Bodisd Confeinceob lch alseii bled about this time last year,has. its lnbours' o 'vived throligl t he introductjion of the Government Coiunty Counicils -Bill.. This .3ill appears ovea,bcforo its introduction to tho Assetnbly td ineci \vitli considerable op: position, and as the vaiious .delegates from the,Couitry?itld ricts.tir to meet on the 8th inst,, in Melbouirne, we shall have neL w and additioinil;.idenciif as to the adaptibility of the proposed measure. South ilourko being especially interested, we hopo'lts inuimerous Road Boards will not fail to be represented at the forthcoining Conference. Unless locidl experienic of the working of the existing Road Acts, and intel .ligent suggestions for their mnproivme'ut be furnished by those most practicallyacqutiinted ivith them, local self-goverinment will con tinuo to bo the. criudo, unjust, and unequal Ssytenm,wlhiih makes the Road Act abominable ,in rits operation.. When...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

" NOTES A.N NEWS. "?r'. Underwood publicly oxhibited the powors of his antidote ngainst the bite, of fnawes.on Wednesday night, at IJletcher'; hlotel, 1iwwthorn. Not rnanny persons were presenit; but the exporhnmontdtriedappeared to be peortectly satisfhtoly,. Theo operitar allowed .n largo black anake, fresh from the bush, to bite hin thred tunons' o the hand; the antidote was applied, and no ill efl'cts were afterwards perleptible. bsulbdquenitly, the seine snako wai atllowed to bite i cat; the antidoto was not applied, andi the cat died in itbont a? hour, ?We think. some medical gentlemen should be present to wit ncss these experiments aud putt the antidote to a severe test; as if it is what its proprietor professes it to be, it is invaluable to all, more articlly to those who live in the bush. Tlhere will be another opportunity for per sons: h9 wis?t see the powers of this antid et as ).r. Underw\ood. wv U .exhibit again at the sainteplace on Monday evening, when parties are" re...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

TILE EXHIBITION. WirIu .opportunities are lost regrets are useleisse ''At the! eleventh .hour .great efforts have 'been : malode to;: secure.: fpr the Victorian portion' f the'iAustialiadu depart ment of the, Interauitiondl Exhibition 'a pro. minent position. . If tlhe saiiloe exertionis, under such 'arrangements' as, migiht easily havebeen liide from :the first day. after it Sas decided holto ld it had been mado, very differient results, might have been secuired. Asit is; so far as it has proceeded, owving to tardiness on the part of intending exhibitors in forsirding their exhibits,; if, it is not a failure, it is only a very partial success; and will i;unless, very energetic ,measures 'are iat once taken; neither half represent the value of our resources or raw material, or our piower, as a people:in apllying : them. Certainly, as it is, compared with what: it might have been, we can only regard it as a great show, suitable to satisfy thle aspirations of those whose only estimate...

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, 3RD OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. (FROM THE HERALD.) BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, 3RD OCTOBER. The Wonga Wonga arrived last evening   from Otago; brings news to 26th ulto. Bank.of New South Wales had 15,000 ounces of gold; Union Bank 7000, 8000 of which came up by Wonga Wonga. A large quan- tity would have been forwarded per Wonga Wonga had it been known when she left that New Zealand Customs stamps would pass free to this port. Forty passengers, who had taken their passage per Wonga, forfeited them, and two returned to the diggings, also five of the Wonga's crew deserted. A rich deposit has been struck in the upper part of the north-east feeders of Taieri Lake. The gold is of a finer description than any yet seen (so says our correspondent) but much water-worn, and described as half-pea nug- getty. It is believed will turn out three ounces per day; over 6000 diggers on the field. From the news there is every proba- bility of its turning out a fine field.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

To thA Editor of the Standard.. S?n,-Age, like all other things, 'sometimes claims a respect to which it is not entitled, It is allpt to forget that, unless it ,as realised, to itselfc . the fruits of its past experlclpea,, it has not .tio power, and tcnnot have the will to.fultll its mission of faithful council and trite guido to its .successors. Although nothini is more unnatural and unbeconihig in youth than wlnt of respect for aige, nothing is more olh iertionahle ,in, age. than ia tenavious clinging to, homnage, or a desire of reverence front youtht wh:ich does not from flow eetimation of its virtues. Antlcipa tion and rispiration are tile tiitural ilstincts ofyouthll. Untamed by expcrieance they rush into attions that would end in ruin if not prevented by the cnaliot, util experiencteof age. 'Thus nature, ever fthithful to one groat purpose, arranges a true position for neai alnd departuro from Iher rules leiids to inextricable confilsion; ' A mati's-age is measured more by' e...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

2b tlhe ;Editor of the Standard. t6Ldrn,--Thoflrst Inteinatiwnal Exposition of Art, in 185l mado an impression on the world whichwilly not ho easily obliterated. For the first time in the hisor3y.of our race the will was en nifested and the opportunity iforded for collecting together from all tlio'?e ations of the earth the rctual results and achoevements or all theiro peoples In Industrial art from thelIr: first introduction to their latest advance oent, Nationas lhad had their rises, their progresses, and docllnes n war lid haid Its mnyrind sacrifices; superstitions had barburlzed and destroyed every ?!ghli sontiment of man's natuire yet, in sphite of all this, and every other retrogressive Intluence, a remnant of power to renbrate remained; and the ox position ofthadt power was susflcient to wevlvify hope, strengthen purpose, and create aspirations for ig?ber tiit lnments thani had beforor been nImagined possible to come within the range of human Iossl hinitice to accomplsh. Mere...

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BRICK BURNING. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

To th4h dit 'orof Irio Standard,: i Si -I would bli g, through your journal, to ~alFltli attel?tion of thei Miunicipal coLun. cillois to the prevent state of trade inl Ilaw thorn an s to ask theni at n thi sanmo thio if ::'theoywill improve it .by passing .such arbi: triary bye-laws ay oio? thoy have alriady.doiie ii!.respectlto the .woodcarters' lights ; and another which thley contemplate forcing upon u... ýiainely; tlbu. removanL ofL the brick-kilnes I have heard of oune Frankenatein, who, ,"n former'tuinies (they:eay) managed to raiis the li'Devil; and whexn he found hoe could not lay his Satanie Majesty got in a devilish way. li·itself.: .I .think .our, councillors miay be, 'comi|pared to Frankenstein,. and: the wood carters'alights to his Highness; or i othor wiseowhy do they sympathize so' much now. the poor fellows are fined? They say, and.i b?lievo.truly:too, they never anticipated the "fies iwould be so heavy. Still, after all is :.id and'done, who is to blame ? ..w.Nw Sir...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

To tho EZditor of thu itandtlard. Stn,--Tn your InHt ieHsIO a letter appenro, bearing the eignalurl of \V. YOWLian , i1 which lie chargo8 )(our re.cporter with i breach of' tho truth, and rc1intle Ihim of' tho i uiport. nnce of adherinlg thit high principle C' f the represncuttite of a jou)II11 that startedI with this priiicipl"'), and1( that ho will carry out thu autuo without icar or favour. Year rpoitor begs sincerely :to'thnli Mr. Y-; for lhi sage and' wholesomeo counel,. and to assure him th~it'tho advice is reciprocated. IlHencteforward, when Mr. Y. has sifted out the names:of balotlvotertA and thereby dis c4vered. who Aire his supporters, and vice pelsd, 'it' ill niot be anmise for him to peost ý their. ames on, the :Road IBoard. oflice, '?ith the' viewt of carrying out the priucliplo of eecret voting in its integrity. I cozifeiss that .until I read the letter referred to aibove I wis quite in the; dark as to how either of the mnemulrs v?rted, with' the exception of Tfr: Elli...

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NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

,NUNAWADING .1ItOXDD Bb0A ,,! :2b th '.Editor of ihe Standard. Sits, "Inyourlast'f eek's ripper I find a letter bearing the signature of i'T Ycomans, ii ;ihich letter the writer refers td tliojreport of tho!Nunawading Road Board as given in your; paper.: bearing date Septempo6r27th; which report the writer saysi will 'not stand the test of truth., Mr.- Yeomans';thefii pro ceeds to comment upon that part referring to the election of chairman, giving you what leo is pleased to call the facts, Now, Sir, I.ivish it to be 'understood that I didndot sQnd that.report to your papor, bub I voiuch for the correctness; of it. At the samune time.I do notthink that the report way published for the purpose' of insinmiiitinithab Mr. Y, did anything that was inconsistent with: the;position to which lie w?asispiring, hadl he said tltit:it was published for the purpose of making publio his extraordiiiary want of judgment and flrmne?si in dechdi?ig another part of the business iii thKt report, perhaps...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

* MLE T NGS. 0F. UIBLIO DORIES; 'IifOnowNaAnA DTI8TICT ROAD BOARD meets al .fernate ýSaturdays, a4 the. Ofice, Jtawthvrp, at T'HfAwTIION MBnwlarca ComnciL meets every Mtonday evening,. at' the . Council ( CAinbers at 7 o'clock. KRaw MoNICIrAL COUNcIL mneiat every Tueaday 4v- wpi t )Ji Kew 'Athetuuui at halt-pgSt 7 p.-i

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MUNICIPAL CONTRACTS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

. MUNICIPAL CONTRACTS. o'o the Editor of the Stnndard. SBra,-I .would beg to suggest, through your columns, the advisability of all plans and specitliations issued by the Mulnicipality and Road Board being approved of. by the Public Works committee, and signed by the iChairmanu of the same, previous to their being submitted to the coiltractors. Also, that the Surveyor's estimate of any work about to be executed be not mado public through the Press until all tendera are in, as by the puble. licit yof the same, many persons who. are totally unacquainted with the work have guide, to the injury of the boui4 jide iork. ain, Sir, yours, &c., , - . A CONTmuACTou. Thlwthornu Oct.;7,186t;

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

OItGtTINALL CORRtESPONDENCE. [Leers iNlecndcdfior insertion in tIe SobTas BouD KU STANDA UD Horst auh t we leuate lpy ile zia na and ad. drcss of dhe iuriter, not nlecssarily for rnuiicalion, bu* is a lglarulntc! !ff good fatith. P7ie Feiqorlis not 4t. spunsodll for tIheopinions of Isa Carreopondesita.)

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

DONOASTEIU)POS1 OFFICE. 'The Mai. arlvea fromn Melbourne, &c., on Tees days, Ibursdays, and Saturdays at 1I a.m. Closes for Melbourne on Mondays~ Wednesdays, and Fri, ys at 10.3? b.m, T. W. Gn.?arT, Postmaster.

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

t w DRBUPEBY CtEEK POST OFFIOE. The Mll arrives friim Melbourne, &c, dn Tues payp, Tlurslays, Ohml Satprdaye, at 1 pfl. Oloe08 : Melbournv .on M ondays, Wednesdays, and Fri F.:=...- *J. BILS11iN, Poatmoasnr.

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HOW TO MAKE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

IjlW 'TO MAKE MONEr.-Let thOebuslnessofcvery body else 'alhne, and attend to your own. Don't buy what you don't want. -Use every hour to'ad vantgoe. and study to make oven leisure hours usoeul ý'lhink twice before you throw ,away n shllllig-remnetnler you will have another to mIlake fir it. Find recreation In looking over your bus iness. Buy low, sell fiii, and taklo care of the profits. Iook over ydur 'books regularly, and Ir you find an error, trace it out. Should a stroke of inlslbrtuno conie upon you la trade, retrench, work .arder. but never Ily tie tntrk'; conlrotit dtilceulties wIth.,unlfllnching ?perseveraunce, and they will dii tipeaar at litst t; though you slholul ahil in the strulg glq. you will he huoinuired I; it Oitrlirk from the task, dil youl will bodeluspsed.' 'file pdior who' are shamed of poverty, and. the rich who despise It, alrb alike poor-in mind. ---.o---1

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

WARUANDYTE I OST UFFOU . Thoe Mall arrives .fron Melbourno on Tuesdays, S hursdays, and :-oturdays, at noon. Closes for ' elboilrnc on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays St9HEIT.rr, ostm .ter. .(·..-A --- -

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