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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Before P, O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; the Hon. T, H. Power, Dr. Tiernoy; and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

*IIAWTIIORN POLICE COURT. TuEsiir,=, OOToBEn 8. [Before,P, O'Brien,,Esq., JP., Chairman; thb Ifro. T, II. Powor,,qr.. Tiernoy;audl Dir. O'Sullivan, J.P.s.] .. r ,i ?, J: No LIouar.-Patrick Fogarty was charged by Constable Wright with being without a light on his dray. Fined. Gs., and 4s, Od. costs. Tl/homas Kenny was charged by Constable Kelly with having no reins on his horse. The tlelendant said ho had :oins to his leading horse, and did not requiro them for the other, ns he could do anything he liked with it. Fined 2s. (td. and 4s. (hi. costs. WNnEi:uisit cows.-?lamy IKnppes was charged by Constable Wright with allowing six head of cattle to wuander. Ieenldant did not alpear. 'lThe constablo stated that he saw the cattle wandeulring on thb Main road, near the Iloroondara Stores. Fined i.4 and 4s. (id. costs. John l'inni,'cr was also charged by the samo constable with allowing a horse to wander. Fined G?. nutl 4s. (d. costs. Thomais lBelly was charged by the stnet constable with a...

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

HIAWTIuOmN POS' CFFJCA. The Mgi arrives from &!olbobrnn &c%, at 9.45 prui. daily; Closes bt Hawthaor for Mmmlhboure, &o" at t.lnhp.n Receiving' boxes at Mr. Kirwood's, New' Road, HLawthorn. and' at Mr. Morton's, -Maiq. Road. H. Dicasox 1'ostoia :il i . "DtcxaoN, Postwaater,

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

IUARTWEL[. PobT OFFICE. The Mnil. arrives, from Melbourne, &o., on 41on a yaeWednesdays; nnciFridays at I1 am. ClGsLs AL. IItwollU for= IerIcourne; 8c., on:'.Tuosdaysa ' hrsdiys; and9 Sairdays. at l 130 Mm. U. 1Inuuur, Postmasejtr.

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

.1KE3W 1OSV OFFICA, 'he-Mall arrives from Melbourne, S&a, at 10 am; Sdaily, Closes for Melbourne gt 1 p.m. WV, II. KICsLtrr, Postmas ter.

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

BOItIOO DA?X .DITRIOT IXOAD:' . BOARD.. SATURDAY, OOTiBER. 5. Present-The Chairman (Mr. W.:Blanksby), Messrs. :Hunter, lRgg, Priestley,;'Kent, .and Logan. .. CORES'PONDENCE. The Secretary read a letter from the Nun. awading Road Board, requesting the Board to amalgamate with that Board, and form olio Road District. Messra. Corke and Ellingworth, members of the Nunawading Board, attended as a de. putation to lay the subject bed re the Board. and urge upon them the desirability of the proposed union. A lengthy discussion ensued, when on the motion of Mr. Priestley, seconded by Mr. Kent, it was resolved " That the proposal of the question of amalgnmation with the Nun awading Road Board be received, and defer red for the o)nsideration of the in-coming Board." From the Hon. John O'Shanassy, M.L.A., complaining of the state of the footpath, &c., opposite his paddock, and suggesting that one or two culverts be inserted to carry off the water flowing over the same.-The Surveyor was....

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

KEW LITERARY AND 0SCIENTIFIC0. IŽSTITUTE. ; ,. J ctures are dellverod every Thursday evening, In the Athienunm, Kew, on varioua branches of Slterature, science, and art. Commence at eight.

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

AfAWTIIORN PREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. IoAD Boa.o OFFacy. This Library is open to the public on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, from 6 to 9 o'clook'p.m The books lent'by the Trustees of the Melbourne V.ublIo Library are for perusal In the Library; other books lent by one or two gentlemen in t!e distrlct are lent,to the residents for reading at their own Shomes without charge.

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

DIED, On Tuesday, the 8th inst., at Upper Hawthorn, )!r. RoRoert-Kenny; aged 25 ; mch resipoctd by all who know him.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LATEST INTELLIGENCE HOME NEWS OFFICE, AUG. 26. AMERICA. ANOTHER BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

ARRIVAL OF TIHE ENGLISH MAIL. LATEST TNTELLTGENOEJ Holsta NP.wB OAPI , AOG. 28. AMERICA. ANOTIIER,:lAT'rLt ." The tederalists .have been again defeated. We havoe jnt received news down .to the 14th of August from America, ' A'second great battle has been fought, anid the result has again been dinastrous tn the 'orh; Inthrmation is derived from the following two telegrams from New York : "August l:,--It is reported from St. LUsi that General Lyons, wiho rommnnded at Springflld, laid been totally routed by the Confrderates, and General Lyon killed. The Federals, it is stated, were in fill retreat, hir. Faulkner, the late American Ministeatr at I'itris, has been arrested on a ,charge of treason, and lodged in Washington QGal, The King County Court Ihas issued an order to arrest the comnmander of Fort Lafayeltt for refusing to obey the writ of AIobcn corpus to prordinc the Baltimoro pollee com mlissloners. Prince Napoleon has returned to c?ow York. Ieo wnasreeivoed at lmannasns. by Gene...

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KEW SUB CRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

K*EW U D' CRIPTIO.V LIUR ARY. In connexion with the above. Institute, .open every ovoning, tunda~ a excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m. "tr members only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

11RS. SPENCER & MISS DALTON, DRESSMAKERS, MAIN ROAD, NEAR TIlE POST OFFICE, l AWTIIORN. STRAW AND ORINOLINE HIATS AND 1ONZET O GLEANED. JA:IMES MILLS & SON, CONFECTION ERS AND BAKERS, MAIN ROAD. yx*t the Post ODice. near the Railway Station, HAWTILORN. ODi3ES RUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. Houses and Land for Sale, In every part of lhawthorn. Some of the MOST CHOICE BUILDING SITES, From £30 an acre upwards. Apply to JAMES ROBERTSON, VEINIBERG RO'AD. UPPER IIA\W VIIOltN. FLETCHER'S HOTEL, HAWTHORN. A 'SELECT CONCERT Every Saturday Evening ; to commence at Seven o'clock p.m. An eminent Pianist is engaged. r(O HORSE CLIPPERS, &c.--Recifilcd 1 WOOl) NAPTIHA for Singeing, at Mclbourne Prices, at J. 1'. RtOEBUCK'., Uheminit, Main Road Kew. TAND FOR SALE.-15 acres first-claes AGIIICUl'TURAI I AND. with two-roomned Cottage. Five acres have been cultivated. Fenced with substan lul three-rall fence. Near the Thorn combe Hotel, about eight mtule fro , town. Apply at the ofceo ...

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NEW ZEALAND. OFFICIAL REPORT. Witness Office, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. OFFTCTAT XREPOiOT. T1isnesa.Ofmee, WVedanesday,' pte',8? pm.':?' The following letter has been received from the goldfilelds commissioner, and is published for general Information.: "? Camp, Tunpeka, Sept t0, 18(1. Slr,-Thinking it desirable that your Honour should be miade acquainted with the gold-mining upo-ations In the neoighbourhood of the present pro. claimo, gold1fleld, I have the honour to infotbrm you that I visited yesterday a gully about two miles north-c,?et of the bridge across the \ ultalunna hlver, whi.bh I understood had, for some short time past, been occupied by a few miners. I found settled there, from the best Information I could procure, a population of about 500persons, for the most part doing well. and perfectly persuaded that 'a remun.n eratIve gold.feld exists in that l(cality. Tile almost .invarbllio reily I received to nquilries 1 (made of several working parties as to their yield, was, tllat tthey were doing well, and could( not complain.' Th...

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

BOX HILL POST OFFICE   The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues-     days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11a.m. Closes   at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays     at noon.   S.PADGHAM, Postsmaster.  

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THE ODD-FELLOWS' ANNUAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

THE ODD-FELLOWS' Ag NUAL FETE. Frtom Lloyd's Weekly Neispaper. " We learn that the total number of mom bors in the various orders of Odld-illows in Englandis ,427,0(3, of whom 810,216 belong to the Manchester Unity, which is the inost exterisive friendly society in the world, its capital being about £2,000,000. The widow and orphau'fund is not conmnon to thl unfj'ty but is adopted at pleasure by the ?airtops lkdes. The Crystal Palace fite of Tuesday, which is celebrated annually by tih metro.' p6litan lodges, was principally in behalf'of this fuiid1 and it was a great success. 'The exact number' who composed the excursion. could not be ascortaiued with accuracy; but it was estimated by the promoters at 80,000. Tlhe imembers, of the metropolitan district lodges number some 20,00f, of whomn 17,000 were present. Tlih co-operation ofl the pro. vinces had been.sought, and large reinforce ments were sent from Manolhester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, &c.. special trai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

I3OROUNDI)AR.I DIbTii'uT ROAD BO()AIRD. ::MR. BUTTERIFIELD t IS A CANID)I)ATE. The Election takes place T]llS DAY, Friday, October 11. at the Can l ,trw ..ll inn. All Pcrsonu s rc siding withini the Kew Municipality who lpaid Itod IiBo art i.latc: thlis year, : re entitled to vote; and at Sthey atire interested in good roads on this side of the District, tlr. llttterfield trusts they will exercise their right to vole. G OOD STANCH I1OIISE'for Sale. Any 'Trinl given. Apply 1Mr. A. Serpell, office of htis paper. I IMIISS SWAN, DR'E B RA2 EBl R, Opposite Judge Afoleswerth's, UPPER HIAWTIIORN, L' late of Mlesdames Tippet and Clifton, Russell. street, Lhelbourne, and Forewoman to the r successor- B EGS to anaounce to the Ladies of Hlaw. . ) thorn and vicittics that sIte has commenced v business at the abiove adlress; and, in soliciting a portion of their patronage. pledges iterself to a strict attention to all orders with which she may S be favoured, and economtical charges. : LMiss 6. a...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

N.UNAWADING DISTRICT °IOQAD BOARD:. T?URSDAY, OOTO0R?I?' . Present--The .Chairman.' (fr W; Yeo: mans), Messrs.: Ellingworth, Corke, Grant, uand Sergeant; : . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. 1IAWTHIORN TOLL' FUND.' The Chairman 'reported :that he ! had at tended.at the. Roads. and. Bridges office, in reference to the re-distribution of the 'above fund. Representatives from .-Richmond, 'Hawthorn, . and Kew- were present.' The representatives from Richmond declined to accede to any of the propositions submitted to themn by 'twa Commissioner of Roads and Bridges; who theii :intiinated his intentioni of recommeiiding that the0, Governmont should take charge of the metalled, centre of the Richmond road. TIhe :surplus of the toll fund then to be divided betwieen Hawthorn, K1ew, and Buroondara., conEsro:DENci ^ To the Boroondara District Road Board. asking their co-operationb forthe' purpose of amalgaminting the tw o Districts,. S'To Mr 'Clure,..Chiairmann of th...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

..FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1801. To-DAY the ratepayers of Boroondnra ans~om ble to elect members to servo on the Road `3B.ard for the ensuing year; and from the clisposition manifested by the majority of the lito"board to refuse to be put in nomination 'ganh, it .behoves all intorosted to :watchl care fully the men who come before them as bandidate9 for the vacant seats. W. promised our.readers to reviewo the balance sheet -for the past year; and as it has 'now been in their hands for some four teen days, it will not be out of place to refer to it on this occasion. 'he income of the retiring board seems to have been within a trifle of five thousand pounds, and the ex p'nditiro and works in progress amount to ~ 0i(SU.'- Tjib salaries have boon at the rate of live per cent.--a very low figure, and con trasts fitourably with the majority of the road boards of tho colony. Looking at the ependiture on the various roads, besides re pidir, &d.i we pervcivo that the Ballyshanassy road ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

HAWTHORN 3MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDA??' OCTO'E 7. Present.-M. O'Grady, Esq., M3L.A.; Chair. ,. man,,Councillorsa Lansly, Brange,'. Coeirau, Canmpbel]l, IM'Dougall.rnnd-1 .lii "-i.-11 '-+' - The minutes ofthe provious meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENOE. To It. W. Laroett, Esq,: Inspector of Roads,' stating that the Council had entered into the contract on the hMain roadl with. thoe lunder standiiig that the' amount 'for' feneing, &c., viz., £43, should lie hifded over to them in part payment. To W. WV. "Wardell,"Esq., forwarding voucher for payment of £250 on account of the Hawthorn Court-house. "A circular was read, addressed to several of the residents of the djstrict, askiug for photographic views of their respective resi dences, for the Victorian Exhibition. SFiom the Central Board of Health, ap proving of the appointment of Dr.. Bragge as Health Oflider to the district. FronmcG. B. Taylor, Fsq., complaining :of the state of the Victoria :road. 'Cou"icillo?r Ld...

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THE AUSTRALIAN. ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

TinE Ausri.ALIAN. ELrsvEiN.-" At the Queen's ilotel,. Mancheotert theeother evening, a dinner was giveon to tiih criceters engaged inthce above match by M[r: tallam, the agent, of Messrs. Spiers anid Pond,. of A.stralian,who has lately arrived in Eng land with full powers to make arrangemlnnts for taking to that colony eleven or twelve of our best e!rillketersto 1play twelve matches bver there. Alr ~1allani proeidod at thel bnard andti r. Ilurrup' (hon. secretary' of the Surrey club) occupied the vice chair.. 'lte chairman's. proposals were listencd to with much attention, and were, to this efitct-that ouch main's expenses, out and home, ,should be de frayel, aiid for his services £ 50 should be given. CG. Parr. rlit agreeing with the ppropssals, declined to go out, .tr. Ilurrup stated thtdt, no doubt, if" terms were agreed on the followinu would go, namllely: -- 1. 11. Steplieneon, Caffyn, Griffith, Cesar, Morti ltck, Suwell, all Surrey men ; Wells, who starts this week I and E, `S...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861

SNOTlES AND NIEWS. We 6bserie that the Odd Fellows of Mel bourne naniouburbs. will hold a ball th:s evening, at St. Patrick's Hall. The fulnds derived froin this entertainment are to be given to the Widows' ,and Orphans' fund. SAn error occurred in our last week's report of the proceedings in the HIawchorn Court of Petty Sessions, where it was stated that Mr. PI. Johnisobi was on the Bench. The name lshuld have been that of Mr. Jervis. The following gentlemen have been added   to the Roll of Territorial Magistrates: George Wharton, Esq., Kew ; John Halfy, Esq, Kew; John Carson, Esq., Kew; Thomas Greenwood, Esq., Bloomburg, Boroondara. This is done as a preliminary step towards the establishment of a Court of Petty Sessions at Kew.         IAi iateresting service wars held in Kew Chureli on ?oonday evening last, on. the occasion oftheo departure.of one of its aime. liers?fthlb IteVt vWilliain Lee Rees-to take the pastor...

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