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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 October 1861
1 KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TuESDAY, OrOBEBT 8. Present-G. Whartbin, Esq., Chairman, Souncilors Fox, Cranwell; Halofy, Derrick, d Lewis. The minutes of the previdus meeting were ad and confirmed. COlinESPONDENCE. To the President of the Exhibition Com ssiion, forwarding an impression of the Sunicipal real. To M r. Proudfoot, contractor, informing im that his application for an extension of e wna g'ranted. STo Mr. J. Iobertson, Surveyor stnting that e Council were willing to pay £15 fbr the ian of the 3NIuiciipality, and informinig him iat his Hslary had been ordered to be paid to the time of his resignation. i Froin the General Post; Oflice, stating nt no alteration could be mado in the !a oo of'the dis:atch of the Kewv mail till 1 e rcseint contract expired.--Tlho Town C l erk was iiislriucted to request that the b 1 essary alteration be made for the in l ing y'ar. i A pplicaations for sand wero mado by Dr. I 'nig nnad Mr. William Green. I ll Chairman thiouglht thl Council should iIa ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
The Sandhursl ISec of yesterday, in an article en titled" After Dinner Reflections," apropos of the dinner to the Governor, says,--" The fact is, we at tempt too much when we attempt banquets and the like. We never had a public dinner to a great man yet but we made a mess of it. As witeess the ghast iy banquet to His Excellency some four years ago ; the dinner to Mr. O',Hhanassy, which wound up with a flight and.the dinner on Friday last, which very nearly ended in a fight too. We hope to see Sir Henry Barkly here again and again, but we earnestly hope that he will never again be Induced to stretch his vice-regal legs under our mahogany." STavoc DuwV.- .We have heard that a German, in the employ of Mlr. Mitchell, at the Pupal Station, and who has been engaged on thatirun for a con siderableo time,.was suddenly. struck dumb a few days ago, without any apparent bperating cause. He had been out all day, and, on returning home, was observed to make an effort to spenk, but, fail. ing in ...
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
MJ"UNAWADLŽt (1 IROADI BOARtD, To the .1ailor] o'fic Standard, 14n. Euirou,.-ln 'iii 1nrt v.,cc 'S issuO we find two 1etore, "ndiul nrofI v ~11'. FI\ 11:niigwortI," ;gard "I eartcr;' nttra ii' ", scirduiu, in refbcrnco, to Izc~etuuo Oar,,~t +t'~ th, A dIdtihi that are n;it u hwbarue~t; , a nd 1+u , n ',td1V i'x'utur our s~ur" ;rivc that M1r. # liiagw" iii -haull rnmak anch a ratcliont whevlwn Ijto tmm k'iii tO I#0 eoninry. The rtac' centluinau Lwe kiwi i iuti::i uf1 We beg to state.'Mr. Editoi, that we did not vote for Mr. El lingworth, and that there was no show of hands (tken at the.timet and It was known to all of us at the time that Mr. Yeemsns' voted for Mr. Elling worth. There was no secrecy about the matter, nor (did we ?;Ish any. We voted for Mr. Yemnans be. cansoe we thought him the most fit in every way. By iaserling this you will do an act of justice, and, oblige,.yours obedikntly, ANDREW GTANT, JOHN COLLIER, WILLJAM BENNETT, SAMUEL CORKE, l WILLIAM DEILANY, WILLIAM DEMPS...
BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
JIALANClS1115ET. Dr. Duo to Slirehclders rcpreseting 3:92 Shalres, at 18leach . £7,050 d0 0 Duo to Splarclhldoer reeleCd in' ad , :vance ,.. .. . . . . 41 19 8 Duo to DankiNew South Wales .. 11 16 11 lialance ., .. 3,747 13 10 £10,857 10 5 Cr. By Amount of Stoc on c which Seem Srlty ispoerfuetol, 22 Share.. 1... 19840 0 0 ,,;Valuo.of properties. in ,the posses slon or thd Saticty . . .780 0 -0 ,, Arretare ' . .. .. 208 4' 5 , Oflloa' Furniture' ... .... .. . 1 17, 4 ,,. Cahl on MIud ,. . .. ... 9: 6 £ 0,657 10 ;.6 PI'f1WIT AND. LOSS. To' Interest.. allowed sundryv Share holders aon withdrawal of 1311 - Shares, . .., ..... .. 85 7 8 ,,Auditor'nsaes.. ...... .. 6 6 0 ,.Colihuittee and Stewards' Fees 3.. 0 0 ,,;Secretary's Salary ... 100 0 0 Offcei iltnti . ,. 25 0 0 ,,Printing, Statlonery, and Inildcutal Expousos .... . 6 17 4 ,, Balk Interest 2. 19 '4 ,,.Amount of depreciution upeIO reval. 1 uatlioti f 'Properles wlhlich liar reverted to, and in the possession of the Society" .... .....
THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
Your Conmmilee heriewithr bt'g Co hubmit the Trttall A?svAt, IAAt..~'ic S:r:r, wvhih shows the 'present position of the Srcletr,, aid to rnakl the following retlark s:= At thu date of the last Report (cud ofsceond year) there were ?,1l Shaies hi.the Soci.lty, snlce whicih period I?I4 Shares have been withdrawn, pt Shares expttnged, pendt add l-irLnal Shares have been' issmld, layirnig rt the ursent, trlic 9-2 Shares in the Society, 82 of wthilch re Shares athistlCd. Since lhe last Arntirdl Mertilng two properties have reverted:tiitho Society, whiCl hIave been taken as a;: csetrit tihelrprst',nt r:tir. The apparenl vulureo euacl shirieis £27 1Is; 2d., which sllow the Year's transactions to have yielded a profit of £3 Ihas, 7d. per Sharer .? 'l'ree Menmbers of Commnittee, namelly, Messrs. C. F. Blradley, t'. C. Dalmani, anrd J. It, Withers retire, conformable with the liulus of the Society, whir are eligible for re-election.; and Mr. James Mort having rearignel, a Member wilt also hav...
BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
BRUSIHY COILEIi( LMUST O1Fk'd . Tlieo. 1diliii:ilvcu froni nfelbquriie, &c., on"TuCa doys, Thuisdays, uadn SaituitlaiyR, t 1 p1t'.. Clo es or M61bltiriu~i.io lwlId ddyu, W edIzCsdays, und ]3ri days, at'9,.0 aii. ' J. I3ELSUia, l'OstmastCr.
BOROONDARA BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
BOROOONDAlIA BUILDING SOCIETY. Tho third annual meeoting of tb ? above society took place on Monday evening last, at the Rod Lion lHotel; Hawthorn, The meeting was -presided over by the Ilon. 'Stephon Georgeo Hnty, M ,L.O., Pre.idont of the socieoty. The busiunesse commenced by the Chairman calling upou the Secretary, Mr, 0. Y. Fishloy, to read the report of the counnitteo and balance sheet, which we append, andby which it will be areti that a prolit of £9 l2a. 2d. per share had boeen made y the socity.. Mr. G., Lewis moved and MIr. T. O,. Bal. main secQnded the adoption of tllio roport anld balance shtet, which . was unanimiously agreed to.. The Chairman stated tij.ft tlie next busine?s wans the election of a Vice.-lPeidOut,'asa the gentlenman who formierly hold .that positioni was.diqiualified,.ho hasing ivithdrawn from the society:; npon. whlich it iv's moved by Mr, T. C. Balinain andoaeeanoiedby MIr;O :F.'rad cly that John.Slalf?y, ]~il., io Vice-president of'the society. N6 o o...
WASH TO DESTROY INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
WAasH' TO D.aTfOY IN5it =- nT the " Journal of thoe, Horticultural Society: if Paris" it is stated.that an excellent wash 'for' destroying iusects is made by boiling one nnd three-quarter phits of water, sixty-two grains of rod American potash, and the same number of sulphur, and the same of soap. If it is necessary to makle it stronp ger, 'double tho quantity of sulphur and of potash, leaving the soap tho ,aamo. Im, mersion for a second kills ants, large cater pillars, and cockchiifer grubs. Tho solution loos no harm to plants, ----0--.
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
IIARTWEL1;'oi'O T )FICr.; 'he Mil arrives lion) .Eo1buurn,, &c.,, Ci Mon days. \W'odnusdaiyz, und.Fi'didyI sut 11 aw. Clulis a 'llurcwuII ftr Mclbouriie, &c., on Tuesdays, ThIursdays, sadSaaiurdayU, at I 1f31) a;m. It. Ilu5ItAr, Postanisstoer.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
'UAL MEETINGOF TILE BOQO0No . AiA DISTRICT ROQAD BOARD. to annual meeting of this Board was at two o'clock on y ?iday last, at the berwell Inn, Oanibierell,. for the pur. of receiving a report, of' the receipts expenditure during the past year; ap. ting auditors; .electing memnbers .to oil the Board for the ensuing year; for striking a .rate. A large number tepayers were present, and.took great n est in the proceedings. 'r. : Blanks the Chairman of the Board, ;presided, formally opened, the business of the e, Secretary then read the balance-sheet, ? gave the amount 'of, receipts at 9.1 is. d. against an expenditure of 0. 8s. 4d., leaving a balancc in hand 0of Sbalance-sheeti 'having ;been accepted meeting, c Chairman said before the ineeting ap ed auditors he wished' to say a few . As there had boon charges made St the Board, he felt it his'duty to stand p d make a dedfnce, as 'there might be o in the meeting who were not fully in ed in the matter. IHe wiAS not afraid 1 the ratoelay...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
Sonobdvtiick Idis~lo ifoun BOARD. FIDAY, OoToDEr 11. Present--Tho.Ohairman (Mr. W. Blanksby), Messre. RIagg, Irwili, Roberts, and Logan. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. CORRESPIONDENE. To J. Stonavenson, Esq., forwarding vouchers for payments amounting to £272 7s.Od., to meet the same amount received on account of the Hawthorn Toll J'und. To M,. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chairmnn of the Hawthorn Municipal Council, asking that.Council to join the Board in mietallilng a portion of the Boundary road near Mhr. 1lullt'. To Messrs. Webb and Bovan, acknowledg ing receipt of letter respecting the removaal of earth from a private road on Moloney's road,. To J. Madden, Esq., Solicitor, acknow lodging receipt of letter respecting O'Bhan aesy's claim forextra, To tt. DM'C(lure, Esq., Chairman of the :unl UBord Conferouce. stating that M. 'Girady, k,-q., M.I.A., and RI. Kaint, Esq., EWre aI)ppicntueL delhgatec on behalf of this Board to the confierence. TL 1. O'NeiNl, E...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861
IKEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBERl 15 . SPresent-G-. TWharton, Esq., .Chairman, Councillors Derrick, Halfey, Cranwell, and Fox.. , t. " -ý s , . The minutes of thdiprfviousimeotiungn ere road and ooildru led ».;'?;'"?','.'' SOORnE5POND OE(OE' To. the, Postmaster-General,' requtestig him.to bear in mind the ipplication of the Council with regard totlhe time, of the mail leaving'Kew when the contract for that ser. vice is let. To Messrs. Freemani and Greenhill, grant ing them permission to remove sand, under the direction of Councillor Oratiwell. To hMr. O'Shanassy, requesting him to re. miove the' stuimp from the footpath opposite the end of Wellington road. To Mr. Stephen Creek and Messrs. Griim. wood and Carter, respecting their contract. From the General Post Office, informing the Council that their application respecting the time of the departure of the, mail fro Kew would be duly considered. From the Central Board of Health, .point. ing out the necessity of having all sla...