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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

IMRS. SPENCER & MISS DALTON, DRESSMAKERS, MAIN . ROAD, 'NEAR THE POST OFFICE, HAWTHORN. STRAW IAD CRINOLINE IIATS AND DONhYTS CLEANED. JAMES MILLS & SON, CONFECTIONERS AND BAKERS, MAIN ROAD; Next the Post Ofice. near the Railwaay Station, HAWTHORN. ORD?In PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED=TO. Houses and Land for Sale, In every part of IHaliliorn.' Some of the MOST OHOICiE BlILDINa siTES. From £30 an acre upwards. Apply to' JAMES ROBERTSON, WEINBERIG.ROAD. UPPEit IIAWTHIR0tN. FLETCHER'S HOTEL, PHAWTHORN. A SELEOT CONCERT : . Every Saturday Evening; to commenco at Seven o'clock p.m. An eminent 1'ianist is engaged.; [0o HORSE CLIPPERS, &c.--lectifcd . WOOD NAPTIIA for Singeing, at Melbourne Prices, at J. P. ROEBUCK'S, Chemist, Main Road New. W. P. BUCKHURST, lOUSE AND ESTATI 18, SWANSTONST., MIELBOURNE. Stock and Furniture mold. . NB.-No Chnrge for qOuiring if nt sad. Mr. Fysh for South Bourke. F REE AND EASY, EVERY SATURDAY EVENING, Commencing at half past Seven, YARRABERG H...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18h 1 8th, 1801. IN thie Anierican States the world has lately bad to. witness, andd here owe have. had to listen, to details and road the record of events which have called forth expressions of Borrow, anger, and contempt.. Sorrow, that a spirit of party feelilig should groiw into an excess that a iesor6 to yphysical force should be considered the only imnuns b.y whiich differ ences coild be settled. Anger, that the petty feeling of individuals, or theinterested views of party should liave been suffered to go on until a spirit of rancour and bitter hatred had grown to a maturity which rendered all power of pacifIc negociation impossible. Contempt for those who, having always professed if superiority over.others, and advocated the rights of the people, should, at the first opportunity nfforded. therm of dis playing their sincerity in a causo, prefer an ignomunious flight to a firm detern)ination to tiphold their own and theii country's honour. Placed its we ire at a ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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VERDICT OF A NEGRO INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

VERtnDI OP A NEGRO INQUEST.--" We the under signed, beio' a Curnect's Juray of disgust to sit on the body obe de nigger Sambo, now dead and gone before us, have been sittin' on do said nigger afore said, did on do night ob de fnsteenth ob November, come to deaf by falling from do bridge ober do riber in do said riber, whar we find ihe was subsequently drown'd, and afterwards washed on do riber side, whero we 'spose he was froze to deaf." UIaTus, Me AttsAeOR, Iw?eArns --The fashionable Club designation fbr this part of the newspapers is, "Ilatched, Mantched, Despatched." ' ell, Sambo, how do you like your new place ?". -" 0, berry well, masse." -" What did you have for breakfast this morning ?"-" Why, you see, missis biled tree eggs for herself, and gib nme do brorf. ''IHE ICXTREA?R OF POLTRseesss. - Our lamented old friend, Mrs. Parroquet, though she was very rich, always did her own marketing, and carried home her own dinner. One day, on her return from market. she slipped and drop...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

KEW SUIPCRWTIQ .'. LIBRARY. In connoxion with thu above Irintitutc, open every oveoning, Sidnays cxccptdd, from 5 to 10 p.m. tbir members oniy,

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

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

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A DOG'S REVRNGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

A Doa's ltEviENoE.-The writer of this notice many years ago possessed a noble Labrador dog calllc "'Tiger," illlltaculate in breed and unmatched in endowmncits. We could tell stories of him-and vouch fbor them, too-which would have made Pyrrls, himnoelf cease to doubt. lie ran by the side of a stago coach from Newcastle to ,dlilburgh 120 miles--and when taken up about half way by the Jehu, out oc compassion, jumped down again with disdain, ant alterlitely chased the birds through tlhe ficlds, an leaped with untiring pertinaey tit the horses' noses O11 alnotllcr ocrsien li he swacin across the Queensfirry after the mail-boait, in which it was ilmpos'ible to con fine him, and in the dead of the night, and overtookc the coach with a trilumphant yell of delight after it had got ahead of him by several miles. lBut these were more physical feats. Let us cite a case of in tellectual qualities. When at Newcastle-on-Tnye a gentleman named TInntly, a friend and visitor of hli lulaster's, once...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

I b the Editor of the Standard. S:in,-Theoworld at this time is so full of schemes for the amendment of the. condition of the people every petty philosopher has a panacea for every ill -every difibrent associative power is anxious to Im press upon society .that. in it, and in it alone, are conttihied all the regenerativo Influences which . are necessary to redeem the world from evil. Every would-be,reformer, according to,the political, social, or religiouis sentiments which govern himself, sug gests scheme upon scheme to fllbet it in others; the result of which is failure upon failure, ruining occu pations,: destroying' communltles,: and sapping the fdoundations of empires. And, why? . Because in pride andl valnglory they prefer the Imaginations of their own heartseto adapting arrangements suitable to man's coistitutlon and God's laws. . * It is a law of nature, and holds equally good wheo ther we apply it to the physical, the intellectual, or the moral laws,which govern thel univer...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, the Hon. T. H. Power, Mr. Jervis, and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

hAWTHIIORN POLICE COURT. TuvSnta , OoTronEn 15.: - [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., .TJP., Chairman, the Iron. T. H. Powqr, DMr. Jervis; .and 'Dr; O'Sullivan, J.P.s'.]' Patrick lTja,: was ciaiged'by .donstable M'KConzio with.having-no name on hii dray. There .was also.a seconded charge ofiasinilnar nature against the defendant, who stated that ,his drays overtuirned and the plates came off Fined "2sa. Gd. and'.4s,: Gd.. costs for' each oflbnce. .lPatrick Hassolt, for n similar offence, was fined 2s. Gd. and 4s. lid. costs. UsE AND O00urATro?'.-S-mart v. Down. Use nail occupation of a holiso £5 is. Mr. Tonomkin appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Edwards for the defendant. Mr.' Tomlkin stated that Mr. Down rented a house from Mr. Smart, and their first agreement was for six months. At the end of that term they nildei a verbal agreement, by which Mr. .Down became a monthly-tenant,. Oil the 31st of May .Mr. Down gave a month's notice to leave, at thesame time giving the key to fr. Smart for m...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

HAIWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? O?1 DA, Ocq0To an 16. liPresent.-iD. O'Grady, ,B4Es4., .L.A., Chairman, Councillors . Bragge, Ml'Dougall, Conran, Lansly, Hill, and Campbell. The mimites of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. : To Mr..i3lanksby, Chairman of the' Bor oondara District Road Board, stating that the Council were' willing to join the Board in metalling a"':portion of. the Boundary road. . :: From the Roads and Bridges oflice, calling attention to the damaged state of the lining of the creek where' it enters Mr. Lynch's property.--Referred: to the .Public Works committee. From the same department, in reference to the metal which had. beei' remnoved froni the approaches to Hawthorn.Bridge; stating that the metal was thereo when. the Council' took charge of the main road, and had most likely been appropriated by them: . The. de partment therefore asked for restitution. Councillor Campbell wished' if' any one kneow. anything about the matter' to state ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

PIGiE ON HMATCH. A Sweepsta:keh of l 1. each will be Aired at the TIIOIRNCOMIl 110II'T12,, IOItOUNI)AItA, on TUESI)AY, the 22nd Ot0(tilll(it, at 12 o'clock. fle birds, ls, Gd1. eachc; `21 yartlds rise tir double, anld I for single gLns; II oz. NO . 8 slh:Lt 8S0 yards uary. Entries to be ilmade at thIe Thornconibe li, Boroolndara; the Great IEa:stcrn lHotel, CarLn berwell; or the Farmers' Iotel, Little Collins-street, aup, ttlie 20thO October. A Convey' lc will leave thie Plarmerls' Ill tel, Litt!o Collins-street, at 10 o'clock am., going direct to the MlItcLh. C]IIEAP PAPER-HANGIN GS NO REALSONABLE OFFER REFUSED. CLEARING-OUT SALE, 81, COLLINS STREET EAST. a1Addlers, steps, planks, mullers and stones, weigh s, machines, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold , I boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish, white :, tacks, sceneries, borders, and corners. ;'::Flock papers.................. Is. 4d. per piece. Satin do. ............. Is. Od. SOaks .................. d. G. PILLEY, Four doors ab...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

To the Editor of the Standard. SIR,--Mr. Ellingworth has thought fit in his mo- ments of disappointment to rush into print to the rescue of a person styling himself " Reporter;" and has been so rash as to vouch for the communication that person made; and backs this up by asserting that at his request a show of hands was taken, with this result-four votes to each. Now, Sir, as Mr. Ellingworth has thought fit to make these assertions in refrence to this matter, in direct opposition to my statement of the facts of the case, I am bound to answer, not only on my own behalf, but on that also of the six gentlemen who recorded their votes in my favour. Although Mr. Ellingworth has thought fit to deny what I stated in my letter, and as he, pays that he made inquiries of several of the members if they knew how their neighbour voted; I on inquiry found that the only gentleman that I named who voted for me, inquired of by Mr. E. was Mr. Corke, who     openly stated, wh...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 October 1861

NUOT1ES AND NEWS. The librarian of tho Hawthorn Free Library bogs to acknowledge the receipt of: the. fol lowing books :-From Mr. Baxter, two volumes of .Mackay's Popular Delusions, and Boccuccio's Decanmeron ; and from Mr. Watt, Combo's Constitution of Man. The winners of the races yesterday were:--Grand Stand Stakes, Colonel; Spring Sapling, Malabar; Two Thousand Guinea Stakes, Mormon. We are requested to stato that the Haw. thorn and Kew Rifles will muster opposite the Sir Robort Nickleo Hotel, for inspection of arms by a staff officer on Monday next, at six o'clock a. inm. It is compulsory on all members to attend. The Arguosgold prize cup for the best cultivated vineyard has been• awarded to Messrs. Castella and ,Anderson, of. Yoring, inear.tho.e arra. The juidges also speak in high terms of the manner in 'which Count do Dolloni conducts his vineyard, on the banks of Gardiner's Creeik. We understand a pigeon match will come off at the Thorneombo Hotel, 3Boroondara next Tuesday....

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MUNICIPAL REPAIRS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

MUNICIPAL REPAIRS. iT:the Editor of the Standard. Sts.--I noticedilq your issue of September 27th (a month'ago) ini4itr signed ".Veritas;" and being curious to know ?ihe'ther he had stated the truth, I just.walked roui?il.to see for-myself, and fobund it as he had stated. But, then lie plophnsied in his P.S., that the repairs i hich lhad been, executed in lIenrcy street since lie IrOte hii letter, would be all washed away the next trin.. Andl sure. enough it did ra ther more perhap's than he expected. But the Council or their Surveyor, not liking the exact time of the destruction of their' works foretold, sent their men speedily to put jt'to rights again. But Liddiard street is abominable. I cannot describe it. All that I can say is, tlint the Council ought to hold their meetings there; or, as photographing is all the theme, I- think they should get one taken of this street to send to the lExhibition as a specimen of some of our Hawthorn public works. And then the street ad joining ...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

,.-aLTINlGS o, rPUBLIO BODIES. lo 9ormAnA DISTRIOI RoAD BARnD flmotts al ternate. Saturdays, at the Office, Bawtlorn, at S o'clock' p.,m. IlAwyito?N M!UeICIT??t. CouNct, meets every Monday evening, at the Council Chambers at 7 o'eock. ' ' Kiw MUNrNcii'Ai COUNCIL meets every Tuesday eveiing at the JKew Atlioumuim, at half-past 7 pan

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BOROONDARA CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

BO1OONA Ath A CEMETERY, To the Editor of tir Standard, Ste,--There are two things which mark the pro. gress of a peoploe-nbsence of the fear of death or change, by a kpowledge of its necessity as a uniiversal mlateral law; and It reverential respect or affection ate regard for the memnory of those whom that neces pity has separated from us. j l comparison with the grave-yards of a past generation, the cometerles or grave-gardens of the ipresent ago are considered by al1 as a stop towards realising the idea of'lessening the fear, by a eon. selousness that instead of being a dplce to bp avoided by the living, they make it a resort for serious, thoughtful mnueditaton, and Indulgence for alllltion ate rempmbranecs, soothing to the feelingA, adrl thmiliarization of an Idea, which, the more It Is con sidered in the:prpsont, the more it will be lessened hereafter, ;; o painful fueling beyond the one great trial of S-eparatlon ought uyor to be called forth; no privilege beyond what the mean...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

'To the .Kdito' of thl Sltadalnrd, See,-An ancient oracle teaches us that there is a time and a season for every purpose. The times and the sessons for taking a review of the past, and re solvinig upon a course for the future. are those which periodically give us an opportunity of retreat or ad, vance in our undertakings-whether weo shall proceed in the course we haven pursued, or make such altera tions and'reformations asashall improve it. When you commenced your undertaking there were not:wanting those who predicted its speedy termination; whilst others, inder the conviction that it was a local requiremenst,hoped that if it was con ducted upon open and liberal princlples, it would not only overcome every difficulty connected with its in troduction, buttlirally secure the warm support of those who in the comnrencement were its opponents, It is generally acknowledged that a gradual improve ment pas marked its progress. Comparison of the .first with the second quarter of its existenc...

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

DONCASTERI PrOS' OFFICE. !Lhie Mal'l, aRrlrves from Mdhoell mnc, &o., on Ttz& das,' 'llursdnys, anld Saturdays at 11 n.m. Closes for- Melbou jn_ nn- olnesdaysý We liicedys, anu Fri T.ts W, G10.00 Fosinac .. V. W,~Y GRAN'T, Postmaster.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

orbIAixj ý OOQRRESPOsND NOI: (LeUle; inlended for. inseriion is the SouTn BoU 3rE STABDA~b 'nuset bC aueniticated bty the tamnC and ad resE of the wrltr not nece8sarily for publication, but a. a puaribtsee 0.1 good faith. The Editor it not re" rpioupublfer the notnio s nf his Correspondcnts.]

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

SBsIrtflY CREI K POST OFFIOE, The Mall arrives fr6mn Melbourne, &c., on .Ties days, Thursday,, and Saturdays, at 1 p.m. Clbses or :Molbourne on Mulndays, Wednesdays, and Frl days, at 9.30 n.m. J, R t.strar, Postmaster.

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861

WARRANDYTE lOST OFFCIE. - The Mail arrives froln Melbourno on TI'uesdays, Thuirsdays, and Saturdays, at noou, Closes for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9,80 a.m. • F. larrTr, rPostmlaster. n_ _

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