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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
F REE .ND E A SY -, EVERY SATIURDAY EVENING, Commencillg at half.past Seven, YARRABERG HOTEL, Crownastreet. ilichmond. S. CIIUltICi, Proprietor. W O UND POWDER, r pIE best, salbst:, and quickest cure for SaddlI and Girth Galls, Sore Shoulders, nJ every description of Green or Gangrenous Wounds in Ilorses and Cattle. PREPARED ONLY BY F. BARNARD, Member of the Pllarmaceutical Society of Orut Britain, IDli1stlity a1tt afn at 111Ui$ Qýfjent1st, KEW.. TO THE PUBLIC. SKIN DISEASES, WIIITLOWS, 'VARI. C08E VEINS, & ULCERATED LLEO CURED BY MR. FORD MAY, APOTHIEOARIES' HALL, 803, .ELIZABETI" sTiRIET, GEORGE .MUNDAY, Brickmnker, Itawthor Scurvy on thie hip for nine months. , FIRANCIS II EOTOR, Carpenter, ".Lygon-stlr?t North Melbourne, an ulcerated leg of twelve. 'lontb Mr, II. it. lIAtWOOD, " heoat e.Royal," aslki eruption of three years, after' vcaraus, medti treatment,. t Mrs. KATIE SOPHIA DOUSE; Ohilwell, Geeliaj scurvy all over the body slnce: 1854. "FURTHER TESTIMONIALS POl. WARD...
VICTORIAN EXPLORATION. THE CONTINENT CROSSED.—DEATH OF BURKE AND TWO OF HIS PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
VIOTORIAN REXPLORATION. THEf CONTINENT CRIOSSED.-)DE'ATII OF BUI'RK AND TWO or nis PARTY. Late on Saturday night information reached Melbourne from Sandhurst of the ar rivial of' a messenger-Mr. Brahe--from Mr. Howitt's searching expedition, with a des patch from that lJlycer, convoeying the ue-. lancholy intelligene' that Bucke and Wills had perished at Cooper's Creek, in the month of June last, of exhaustion, from fit tigue and want of proper food, and that a third member of the party, Gray, had died, some time previously. 'ho fourth, King, was found on the Creek, living with the natives, by. whom lie was treated kindly, and, we: are happýyto say, he is now restored to health. 'In his possession were the journals of the leader of the expedition and Mr. Wills's maps and notes (which are now in possession of the Royal Society), which'show that Burke and his companions successfully accomplished the crossing of the continent to the shores of the Gulf of Car peitaria, which they reache...
WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
W:. WARRANDYTII POST0 OFFOIE. '.e' fMal arrives frsm' Melbourne on TuCesdays, _ hurlsday, ,and, Saturdays, at noon, Closesa for Il'lbourno on ~Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9,0 a.m. .,E, BeWlTr, Postn4ter. " .', ":.. ~ ? '?:-'i·';.
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
r WT ORNj POST, OFFICE. Trhe Mail arrinves rrote f n at 9.4b Cmn. daily. ~Closea'ýZ'lýHitihrtlz far MqhoM'ne, 4', tecoiving oxea, at Mr. Kiwond u ''sCw 1]oad. If awthorn - an4 ,.at Mr. Morton's, " Main 1l lnI, t'pper lluzwtlrn, it, Joellso,, Postmaster,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
J. BRIGHTWELL, F?URNISIHING BULLEEN ROAD, KEW, (Near the Boroondara General Cemetery.) %ugerals Furnished on the muost reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. MOURVIrN COACURS AND HIEARSEtE UPPLIrla. I, D. THOMPSON, ,GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPE:R HAWTHORN, E:lSEAR THE GOVERNOR HOTHAM HOTEL. gecnt to the Iictoria Insuranee Comnpany. SLATTERIE & Co., PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, .STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher's Hotel. JAMES H. KAY, INTER, PLUMBER, AND GENERAL DECORATOR, N4ext the Post Ofice, Kew, AVING managed various Work at Buckingham Palace, Earl of Mansfield's, and r Public ]Eildings and Residences in London and nchester, feels confident that for quality or apess lie can defy competition. ° L, COLOUItR, OLASS, PAPERS, BitE1w LEAD, ETC., AT TOWN PRICES. J. B. BELLETT, l HAY AND -CORN DEALER,:. PEOPLL'S STORE, MAIN ROAD, HAWTHORN. Hay, Chaff, Oats, Bran, Maize, &c. CsArF CUT on rua PnuMIzes. FIRST QUALITY MEAT. JOHN PINNIGER EGS most respectfu...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
* TARTWELI, PosiT rzFFJi' ( The vain arrivep from ,bfel~bourie,. &c ,on 1fon-, days, W oe s4ayi nuod' id Fridays 'itt11 am. in Closns ;&L Hartwoll ;for , tdheourno &c, on "Tucclays; Thursday srnad Saturdays, at' l l+) a in , At. L1 orr P ostmaster
LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
, : LII'T 1A3ItY ASSOCIATION. A meeting 'fpiicison'interested- in the eatiiblisunent of i .itreLit'y :Assocatian, vas held ait he Council Chamber, 'Hiawtlhorn,.on Satuiday, evenung lat."? : O'Griady. Esqf M.L;.A., CChainrmn of the unicipality pIresided, ; . The' Chairman, in o'nhiig the lioi eedmgs stated that he attended thfe lmnetilng on tihe invitation of M:r., Doyle wlia'ho l4id' taken in active interest iii iuitatiing?,tl\y sloqvecmelnt lie would state fthat thlia :rthio Ea'or occup!ied ablout twelve months sinco.bli m comnmittee for a Free'Public Library, for,the attainntient o'f which they were indebted to Mlr. Caipbell and one or two other, gentlemen i and MrL;i Toon had kindly given, his' attertioii,?-a tuitously three nights, a, week,t as libraruin. Atthat time there was some talk. aboilt e'. tablishing an association similar to thiit now proposed, biit the mnatter,was,sul'ered to ,all thri'ogh. He'believed, however, it the, gen tlemeni present would join together, for the...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
B 0 In oN D t1 i-: f: Ia ,NE IrL. iCEMmIE?I RY. ., ... The usual monthly meetig: ofi the irustees of the abivoe Cemotory was held on, Wedies. day evening, tat the-Cotincil Cliamber,. law thorn. Present=-Y.eass. B3ahnain, Chain bers, Denbigh, Finger, Johnson, and Jtidd; T. Judd, Esq., in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting 'were read and confirmed. The Secretary reported that seven inter Iments had taken place since last meeting, and that the amount of receipts for the :past month was £19 11s., against an expen diture of £145 s. 10d., leavmr a' balance in hand of £5 5s. 2d. '" The report of two 'o .thlio comnuittee Messrs. 1lahmuain andi Chambers-appointed at tie last moeeting, was then considered, reconumrendinig, amnongst other things, the appointment ofi a visiting comulittoo to assist the caretaker with theiradvice in carrying out the works on the ground ;and on it being moved ard d seconded that the report be i'o cuived and adopted, it was agredd 'to.-Mr, Johnson diss...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
N1'OTES AND NEWS..:. 'ha IIorult'ulural Soviety's Ethibitio will takepldeo to-morrow, at.tlie Botuiciil G'l' d?n. A band will-lie in attetdaneo. . . :Al meeting will booheld onMonday even: lng pext, at seven o,clock, in ,,r,. jLynch's schoolroom, to ajopt a, code of rules and-to tak(d other steps'for thfoi?hrmation.ofa Lite rary "Association in Hawthorn. As this is an object j.n which all iiro interested, we trust that as many .a cani make it coivoynienvt'will attend ; . Afteia sha 'criontest in :the Hawthorn Mutinicipal Council -last 'Monday night, Counicillor: Couran's, mnotion to reduce the find for failingito carry lights on rlaiiry aiftei sunset to one shilling was lost, and the ori. ginalliye-larw ¶as conflimed by a majority of The honorary Librarian of the Hlawlthorn Firee ]?V$j;1.aLibrary boggy.to acknowilcdge the receipt'of 1uayes'sVictokihn'Cdoutractors' aind Builderi' Pric Bodok, anud oild ?eh'iinoof the Traiqsaptions of the Philosophical 'Iisti tuto. of Vidftoria preenii...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1861. THE NEW FINANCIAL SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
i:c 0:1ota ?tI) ~otIT Staball?S? ? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1801. STII NEW FINANCTA8S0iI IDXE. 'T4 ,Aseii bly Is still debating the alterations iproposed by the&Government as the frame. Swor'k for the great national: policy, which i?as at once to insure recnuuieratiroe lIabour to each colonialr artizan of whatever craft he mnight be, and to find 'profltable occupations forthe whole yJtith of the" country. Most l audable itims for a, Government aid Logiks Slaturc--but most unavailing and inconclusive •iti the modeo. popounded at this stage of our Ilistory~. Such a mode could only be devised by a Government in hIopeless ignorance,-or bytheir fatuous eflort to sustain themseli'es at tfIe oxpeuso of the divided opinions which dio JTaunits lmicad sclhiue would create. The sheneo and the manuuv'reo are likely to be S"lefuattiil, and fortunately for our intelligence and .reiutatbion,' the delusive, or, ignorant .,theories lii ve no chaune of being again ex -perrtpntalised Upoi at our ...
KING'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
KING'S NAIIRATIVE. Mr. Burke, Mr. Wills, and I, roached the depbt at Cooper's Creek, on April 21st, about half-past 7 in the evening, with two camels- .all that remained of thielt blt r. Burke took with him. All the provisions we then had consisted of a pound and a-half of dried meat. We found thg party had gone the 'sme day, and looking about for any nmard'they might have left, found the tree with DIG, April 21. lir. Wills said the party had left tbr the Darling. We dug, and found the plant of stores, Mr. Burke took the papers out of the bottle, and then asked each 'of, us whether we were able to proceed up the creek in pursuit of the party.. We said not; and he then said he thought it his duty to ask us, but that he himself was unable to do so, but that le had decided upon trying to make ilountHopeless, as hlie had been as sured by the committee in Melbourne that there was a cattle station within 150'inlles of Cooper's Creek. AMr. Wills was not Inclined to folldw this plan, but wi...