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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
NUNAWA)DING DISTRICT IROAD BOARD. T? IUJsDAY, Oor'Ornn 17. Pre?ant- -essrs, Ellingworth,' Grant, Sargent, and Benrmitt. In the alsuboe e of the Chairman, Mr. Ellingworth was c"alled upon to preside. 'Tihe minutes of tho:provious meeting were read and confirmed; 'OOnnESPONPENOC. From J. Steavenson, Esq.,' respecting the distribution of the hLawthiorn Toll ?l und. OiNnURAL 311J5NESS, Moved by Mr. Grant and seconded by Mr. Corke, "' That two pounds be expended in ropairingthe approaches to Bennett's bridge." --Cai'ied:. Moved.by. Mr. Grant and seconded by Mrr, Bennett, That the Secretary be authorised toobtain the necessaryrate books." -Carried. . The Chairman reported that Mr. Corko and himself had an interview, with the Bor oondara District Road Board for the purpose ,of endeavouring to effect' n n malgamation of the two Boards, which i:sulted, in a resolu tion by the B0oroondara.Board to the effect that the matter be referred to:. the new Board. -. Moved by.Mr,. Sargent and seconded...
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
fAWTIIORN POST OFPIOI Trhe Mail arrivos from Mielbourno &L., at 0.45 An.. daily.,. Clouac at Uawtborn for Melhourne, &c" at 1.15 p.m. . Receiving boxe, at Mr. 'Kirwoad's, ]Cew H -ad, hawthorn 4 and at MAr. Morton's, slain Iliad, Upper Hawthorn. It. DIcteoNo, Postwa ter,* -0-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. CLEARING.OUT SALE, 84, COLLINS STREET EAST. ,iadders, steps, planks, mullers and stones, weigh mach is, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold boil d raw oil, turpentine, varnish, white .,t t ceneries, borders, and corners. : apers ...... ........... Is. 4d. per piece. S do. ................. Is.Od. Oa ed. ,, G. PILLEY,. Four doors above Argus Office. C. M. CLARKE, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PAPER HANGER, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. .rf idge Road, aear the Ilawthors BrSidge Toll Gate. .-bhe lowest Prices consistent with good Workmanship and Materials. Wl/ITE-LEAD, OILS, TURIPENTINE, AND WIN OW GLASS ON BALE AT MELDOUINE PRICES. J. P. ROEBUCK, MAIN ROAD, KEW, XPRESSES his thanks to the Inhabitants of few and the surrounding district for the beral support awarded to him since his succession the Business of Messrs. JBosisto and Co., and he ssures them nothing on his part shall be wanting merit a continuance of the same, by supplying Medicines of the ...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
S' ITARTWELL I'oST OFFICGC. The ioil arrivos from tiellbourne, &c., on Mon days, Wodnesdays, and Frld, ys at 11 a.n.m Closes at lartweoll for Melbourune, &e., on Tucslays, Thursdys;, and Saturdays, at.. 11o am. R. Iluuna', 1Postmastor.
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. Present—Messrs. Kent, Downing, Robinson, Eastaway, Hurry, Webb, Coakley, Butterfield, and Carter. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
fBOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SSATURDAY, Oronzn 19. Present- -Messrs. Kent, Downing, Robinson, Eastawivy, :Hurry, Webb, Coakley, Butter field,' and Carter, ELEOTION OF OEAIIWfAlf. On tho'motion of Mr. Robinson, seconded by Mr. Downing, Mr. Kent was elected Chair man of the Board. Mr. Kent, in rethirning thnnks, said ho should act with strict impartiality in all matters brought before them ; and would en deavour to decide on the true morits of every case. Hle hoped the Board would work for the good of tlhe district, without party feel ing, and part as they met--good fiiends with one another. In reference to the place for holding the mcetingsi of the Board, heo had had an opportunity ofconsultiugthoAttorney General on the subject, and put the question to him--"Do you think that a road board meeting can bo legally held out of the dis trict ?" The Attorney-General at oneu gave it as his decided opinion that the meet ings could not legally be held out of the dis trict. Mr. Webb, under...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
Wl~V IUJNICIPAL COUNCIL. TusDnAr, OcTonaEn 22. r j,ent-- f. "Wharton, Esq., Chairman, pou llhlorl )Derrick, Halliy, Cranwecll, Lewis, '1eyinutes o: the previous meeting were 'cad and ion(hi"i', (. C( oR ItElI'ON I)IDlCl(. Totlhe Secretary of the Central IBoard of health, acknwlhdlg ing the receipt of a corn olunicatioln rcp'ji't ing shnighiter-houses. Frolm tli C(o nnissilioner of Iloads and Bridges, informing t he Council that in consec quence of the refusal of the Iichmiond Couun cti to agr'ee to any re-d'stribution of the Halthorn Toll oundl, it is his intention to recon?.enlom the ric inding of the Orders in Gounill at the end of the current year, and take the control of the road through Rich 'mond. 'lec distribution of the balance of the toll ;fild to be left to after consideration. .iFromn the Central Board of Health, for lmuing instructions for the guidance of the Eailth Officer.-Referred to the Health Oficer. S runaIo vwonms OT. " " - t The public Works committee would recom...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
NOTES AND NEWS., As there is no particular business how be fore the Hawthorn Council; the usual weekly meeting of that body will not be held next Monday evening. It will' be seen by our report of their proceedings last Monday evening, that a resolution was passed affirm inig the propriety of reducnig tie maximum fine under the provislons of bye-law No. 7, for compelling the drivers of public carts and vehicles to carry lights after sunset, to one shilling. Dr. Evans has won his seat for Mary borough by a majority of 58 votes over his an. otagonist, Mr. Virtue. The veteran ,Dodtor will no doubt.take his seat on the Opposition benches. We understand that the, largest bullock ever seen in the colonies is now ldeated in |Mr. Khull's paddock, near Gardiner's Creek. The animal is 'the property of. Mr. Edward Wilson, who intends to send it to England. The weight of this monster is stated to be 27 cwt. Dr. Candler held an inquest at 'Oakleigh, on the 22nd inst., on the body of James De. lan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
W. P. BUCKHURST, HOUSE AND ESTATE 18, SWANSTON.ST,, MELBOURNE. Stook and Furniture sold. N,..--'o Charge for .Q0ering (f ot asold. Mr. Fysh for South Bourho. T AND FOR SALE.-21 noroe of LAND ' and IIOUSE. Large frontage on road .ad. Ing from Caumberwell to iallyshanassy Road. ! For terms apply to J. TOON, Hawthorn. TFE ]3 AND BA Ys, EVERY BATURDAY EVENING, Commencing at half past Seven, YARRABERG HOTEL Orown-ltreet. Richmond. 'S. CHURCH, Proprietor. WOUND POWDRB, ITHE best, safest, and quiekest cure for Saddle and Girth Galls, Sore Shoulders, aeI every description of Green or Gangrenols Woue, in Horses and Cattle. IR3PARsD ONLY BY F. BARNARD, Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Srtu Britain, I3i0geitsing attb Fantilt tcnttit KEW. TO THE PUBLIC. SKIN DISEASES, WHITLOWS, VARI COBB VEINS, & ULCERATED LBGI CURED BY MR. FORD .MAY, APOTHECARIES' ' HALL 303, ELrzAln?·rT BtaRT. GEORGE MUNDAY, Brickmaker, Hawthsr, Scurvy on the hip for nine months. FRANCIS HECTOR, Carpenter, Lygo...
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, i The SPRAusRstated that ho had received petitions against the return of Mr. Casey, for Sandhurst; Mr. Reid, for Murray District; and Mr. Kirk, for East Bourke. ' • .. . The petitions were remitted to the Elections and Qualifications Committee. . The SPRAKElt read to the House'a resolution ar rived at by the Parliament of New Zealand, thanking the Parliament of Victoria for the liberality of its grant to the Taranaki Relief Fund, Mr. VrunoN stated that the Estimates for 1862 were in the hands of the printer, and that he would make his financial statement on Tuesday next. Mr. L, L. SMatta gave notice of a bill for the abo lition of capita !punishments. In answer to a question, Mr. GRANT said the charge for Yan Yean water, for manufacturing purposes, would be reduced to Is. per 1,000 gallons on the 1st. of January next. In answer to a question, Mr. HoustoN said he expected that the Geelong and Ballarat line would be opened fo...
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD, 2b the .Editor of the standard. Sin,-Mr.' Yeomans line favoured your readers with a true specimen of his capabilities at last. ' He is one of those men of whom it may be said, "Give him rope enough, and he will hang himself." If any thing was wanting up to the present time to bring Mr. Y. ont in his true colours, that want is amply supplied by the production of that bombastic letter in your paper of October 18th. Mr. Yeomans commences by saying that in mo ments of disappointment I rushed to the rescue of "Reporter." All that I have to say to that is, if i Reporter" could not rescue himself from an attack made upon him by Mr. Y., he is unworthy of the position or name of a reporter. True, Sir, Mr. Y.'s first letter on the subject was not a direct attack upon me; hence his charge of my rushing to the rescue of" Reporter." But it was a false-a coloured statement of a meeting of which I was a member, and I felt myself bound to correct lis misstatements, which Idid...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Before P. O.'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and the Hon. T. H. Power, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
HIAWTHIORN POLICE COURT,. TuasAnAr, OoTon1,n 22. [Ihefore P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and the Hon. PT.11. Power, J.P.] Rody Larkin v. TValter" Dudloy.-Damag ing property to the value of £10. This case was postponed last week, that the parties might settle the matter out of court. On this occasion there was no appearance. DRU?K.-Jamcs Brien was charged by Constable W'right with being drunk'while in charge of a horse and dray. Fined as. and 4s. Gd. costs... Patrick Ml]ageo, charged by Coietable Gray with having no control over. his horse and dray, was fined 10s. and 4s. Od.. costs.::. .ames .Boland was charged by the same constable with leaving his horse and dray un protected. The defendant 'admitted the charge. The constable said the defendant was a great blackguard, and he believed he (defondant) used somo foul expression to wards "him. He could not positively swear it was the defendant who used those expressions, and therefore hid not charged him with it. . The Bench said if ...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
3RIDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1801. Tiin approtehing complletion of the Town Hall affords us another opportuuity of again cnllipg the attention of the residents oflIaw thorn to ll!n.ecessity for" taking immendiate action to secure the establishment ofa Liter ary and Scientific Institute. The subject has long been mooted; .but, either wanting in uuited effort, or from a mistaken idea that such an institution would not meet with adequate support, no steps have hitherto been taken towmards practically carrying out the suggestions which hlive been made. For our own part, we have no doubt that all inutitu tion of this sort would he emiuneal ly success fill; and we believo it only requires some inlluential and energetic puerons to combine for the purpose, mnd we should soon have a flourishing society iii our midst, an advantage and an honour to the community. Correspondeneo on this subject has ap. pearod at intervals in this journal, throwing ,out suggestions for the establishnout and couduct of ...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 October 1861
HAWvTHORlN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAT, Oro'oni:u 21. Prese~nt.--\I. O'Grad~y, I~l, 1q. 2,, . Chairnua, Counci11ori B3rugge, It'I)ougadI, Conrail, Lausly, 1ill1, and Cnam[bell. Thu miniites of tiho previouls imioting wero read nd conftrinrd. Co R tsI'ON 11No1l, To th 11ev. T. J. ad fdau, in reply to let ter oIt thu 14thl inst., stating that the Siurveyor had been instructed to .comnply with his re. quest, by markcing out thu boumndaries of' the C'uthuhic reserve. 'I'o J. Stcii'ouson, Esq., stating that the Conncil had given instruoions to hatvu the drain running through Mr. Lynch's lahd frt repaired. b( To the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, tc in reference to the appropriation of metal 11 provided for thl' 'ipproaches to Hawthorn .1 r i d g e .t . . er -r t a Fromi the`Boiobodaia Ditrilct ntua nflr, a tl stating that' the contiaet: on .the.. Boundary c road had been let by~ithBoIard for the sum b of.;983 2a.' d;': ":" ' : .. .. oFrom J, Steaulonren; ?si., stating.that in o' ; cni ...