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PUBLICOLA, THIRD SERIES, NO XXVIII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
PUBLICOLA, THuI SERI.ES, No: ixv 1r. Ib thle .Editor of th Sltandard. St-,;-Co?lidering war, as a necessity of society, in lir'progresshie stages, rather than one of its fixed udnlterable-institutions; and that whilst human na tuforcontinueswhat it is, adverse interests acting upon its passions -by interfering with its rights, and disputing its positions, will ever arouse: what seems td lie 'h-innate .war principle in theoconstitution o.' our very being. 'I have often heard it asked-Can war'bordefended on Christian principles? I have never heard this question answered satisfactorily. :OJfonsive war-that is, war undertaken for re venge, booty, personal or national acquisitions, or display of military talent, certainly cannot; and is as Objectionable as it is indefensible. A hired stand hig.army, which is a temptation to action upon this principlols a biarbarism which the sooner society is delivered from the better will it be for the world at large. There is something so repugnant to ...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 5 [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman Dr. Tierney, J. P. and Dr. O'Sullivan J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
HIAWTIIHON .POICE CO U?7 ? TouIena?, NorVCiMEw. o. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., Jf.P.; Chairmantir, Dr. Tierney, J. P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J., P.] -.ioael Dwyner was char-ed by constable Phelan.with allowipg his ho'seh and gray to, be without control. The defendant admittehl the cliarge, and said it was the first offonce he had committed wvhilo on the roan'. Thb codstable also said he had never knowii any, thing wrong of the man before.-Fined 2s. Gd. and 4s. Gd. costs. CREATL'O Al)ITURnniTcE.-J.ohi, Dynea.-. and John Macadam were charged by constable' Gray with this offence. The constable de-' posed that on Saturday night, the 20th Oc, tober, at about ton o'clock, the defendant aundi others were-making a noise outside the Coun.-: cil Hotel, Kew. lie told them' to go on with, theitr drays; The defendants baikecd their horses and drays against the footpath,' and' the horses were feeding. They were not a-. busive, but were making a good deal of noise. -Fined 5s. each, and 4s. Gd. costs, ...
IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
IN MIBNORIAM, The Divine economy is indeed worthy of ou*r Iigh!eph ndiration, when we consider how many perplexties we might sillor were we nequainted with the uncontrollable ills in" sloro for ns, or Wcr' ei' mado'awaroe of that particular time when death should dislchrge the debts of' nture. •llad it been othei'wise, Richard O'llra Jlluro mlght-still have been in the enjoymoent of the bhlessings of health, and at foreknowledge of his impelndhing fute returded imn hýi enegaging inn unlldertak iSg, that;' rondeiing lisimaiilry itlperilShNle, i1bo i taken himn from our nmdat.: ,. ,.', hat, ny havoe beei the initivei that urged him to asune the (higemrnus..respotms. bilitie of thue laledihliap oft the .Victorian lXplural?on Ex )?dition weu icapnot p?'usllle to decidu ; bu trnom'i mle noblei qualitles dis played by hint throughout his late cheqieored career, no doubt Lnn exist but that he aimed at nothing but a wortby ambition-not'for., per. sonal aggrandizement or lasting fitine--but ...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
OROONDAR VL D.ISTRICT ROAD t x'ru iii ut ? ', Oa u':? ; . resent-The. Chiiilrmni (R: Kent, Esq.), sIrs. Hurry, Btittcrfield,W\Vebb, Eastawayl uing, Col.kley, inhd Robinson.: . hie i inute., of the .irevious ineeting were and coulirmed. counlt~srovpcason:; o .. Stevnenson, Esq., Commissioner of ds and Bridbgea, tiuifwadiing the names of members of tlhe Board aitd signature of Clhatirtian. o the Manager of the English, Scottish, ? iAustralian Chartcred Bank, stating the ditions on which cheques are to be made able? , and forardting the pigatn;i ires of tmembers of the Board. . 'o the Conmmissioner of Roads and Bridges, ?arding balaice-sheeti duly audited, for year ending 11th September, 1861. o the same, forwarding voucher "for pay. i't of £150 on account of bridge over Gar cr's Creek. 1'o Messrs. Groonhill and Wetire, aknow ging receipt of report and staiting that the in of four guineas hd beien voted to :them their services. To F. Hunt, Esq., stating that the work Sthe Liouudary roa...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
IIAIVT1IORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. u). xox , NovnMnan 4. Present.-M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chlutiinan, Councilloa B3ragg;o, MLDougall, Couran, Lanily, Hill, and Camnpbloll. The mniittes of the previousminecting wore read and confirmed. 'n'o; ; "i1COnRESt1PONDENE. -. To TOW.Wardill, Esq;, Inlepector.General of ?L'ublie Works, forwarditg ,s'otch'er for ymentol f £200 on account of the Court To the l Hon. Richard I -Inle M.L.A., Chief Secretary of Victoria, forwarding for the ap proval o1 His Excelloney the Govrner I o.oinal,, bye.itw No. 8, for the suppresion t'i"nuiinces arising from the burning of 'b'icks. • To JamnesoFergnsson, Esq., requesting the paymoentof £16 as promised on tite comple. tion of the tontract on the Boundary road. SFrobi 'the Commiissioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that the Board of Land and Work. had agreed to hand over to the Couu. cil tho sum of £43, in lieu of the fencing proposed to be erected on the Main road. riom the same, asking if the Council are willi...
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 November 1861
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. SIR, -The recriminations of Messrs. Yeo- mans and Ellingworth, who were aspirants for the position of Chairman, show pretty conclusively that it is not our interests that are to be promoted by their zeal. If we are to believe one, what a strange character the other must be! And how happy we must &nbsp; be in having local representatives who dis- trust each other so significantly. Perhaps to make the elements of unity more diversified in their character, we could some way induce the Board to receive Mr. Keogh, and then we would have Nunawading settled. I am, Sir, yours obediently, ANOTHER REPORTER. 4th Nov. 1861.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
ORIGINA L-C01 URESP ODBEN·EF, NUNAWADINO RQOAD 1O, j.. ,7b .hw Editor of (lee SMrnfdrd. Sil,-"TduW. correspolndent of Laut week, "Anoth/r ].Reportor,'.. has been" pleased to congratulate the. people of Nuutwadiug',on their having locidl replresentative that have not a desire to promote the interests of the parish. If that gentleman were as well nc quainted with Nuunawading and with nali'the facts connected with tieo rceriniinstiois of nessrs. Yeomans and Elliugworthl as he umy be with some of the districts not a hundreod miles from Nunawadilg, perhapls he would' have made out a clearer case thanrwhat he. has done; for it is well known in;the district that, had IMr. Ellingworth been ambitious for the chair, he had it in his power to have been in that position' when the open voting was taken and stood four and four. But "Another Reporter" may say that MIr. .Yeoimans Has denied thatt a show of hands was taken at all. In answer to that, I may say that I. Iflt some . little interest in t...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
AMERtlCA. e main body of the" two hostile armies I st1 IaIe to face along the line of ;the mae. General ''Lellan; a Federal comr dcr, has effected considerable :inmprove iin the discipline and organization of orthern troops, but he has notý yet at t tel ai single otrensive novement. IIe ,el 1:' fels himself as yet sulliciently strong aLi :d a repetition of that advance south . which the North formerly clamaured d , 44.iirly, aud which resulted in the dis . i.,ll's n. As :dafirs, standl, there. oni the Potomac, it appears that an en. miclt oil a lahigo scale uinV take'lilihe itt moment, though 'the ]'e.doral general 's no desire to force it;. buh P'resident ,A has by no means been inactive. ecentily fitted out a naval exliedition imuchl secrecy andidespatch, with the of acuing against those portions of the t of the Southern States 'vhie harbour Iprotect the privateeirs.. lThe expedition directed, in the first instanco,:.to the m s at Cape lttteras, and it achieved a ess, which has ra...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The Argus Office, Thursday, 10.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
ARRICLVAL OF HE ENGLISH MAIL. , The A*fuls Office,. k ? Thiiursday, 10.30 n.m. ýii Court still remaiol iatBahlmoral. ie muriage of the Plrince of Wales with ri?'? inicehs of ?)enmark is rumoured. .i.biee thousand more troops havo been r4&lt;,d Io (Cianada. Sir Edmund Read, Go tiOr ,of Canada, is to be displaced by Lord Ifon cl. The latter never held ofillco of any hkind In lore. Engla nd and France have suspended diplo s?atic in terc?rmso with 31Medico. A combined eipedlitin, will be despntched to obtain redre'ss for injuries on English andc French subjects. A Itlerrible accident has occurred on the North London RIailway; sixtecn killed, and sixty injured. Further gold discoveries hive been made in;ova Scotia, much richer than first. :Svere gales and most destructive floods eocccurred in many parts of Scotland and Ild, scriously injuring the crops. ShieC G reat Eastern, on her voyage to Ame ri?a; was completely disabled by a heavy gale, in wicbh she was almost:.lost,' There ...
CONTINENTAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
CONTINEN:TAL NEWS.r 'egotiations for the settlement of the Ro. I question are still said to be going on ween lranco and Italy, ,but another iphlct has appeared. inliParis. It intituates ia vote will be taken, at .Rome 'on the, shll o'anionxation. 'Ifaffrmari tive, Italinif" cps %ill replace French; .This: is tamely icd by the " Monitour," as being ollicial. pain nid A ustria have promised to place lps at the disposal of the Pope, should the tlch troops leave Rlome, and, Southern v ,rimgandago is almost 'suplireso6d. leclkr, who attonepted to assassinate the ii of Prumssia, has been sentenced to 20 _ rs' imprisonmentl. ' lunami~t has attliempted to assassinate tho ('eli of U rece. lostilities have commenced between the s and lMontenegrins, England and ` nee advise the Sultan to recognlso-Prince Hf 's sovereigty over the Danubian Piri.i lities, hl. ustrinn Governmeit 'is resolved to naut its despotic policy towl'rds lmigt ry i high hand. It h las Suspended the mililttci, of the Comnit...
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
IIAWTHmORN LITERARY ASSOCI ATION.. WIzrN the members of the Pickwickian Club (SA?UnEL Prowvromc, Esq., in the chair) as sombled together in a state of exuberant hilarity to discuss the mighty reformation they wore about to eflect in the state of civilization, and the wonder and admiration with which they intended to imliress upon the world the importance of their discovery of tho unambitious, yet incomprehensible, autograili of an individual bearing a plebeian cognomen, they no doubt considered they were copllbrring a benelit upon society; and their anticipated renown in consequence of decyphoring the graven imago very probably gave them nt relish for their supper, and added a great zest for the succeeding toasts. Their wisdom was about equivalent to that displayed by iuany members of the Victorian Royal Society, who conceive that gravity of countenance, a peculiar gait, and eccentricity of manner, constituto them sons of fine. And the essays of our Melbourno classics upon the impor...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1801. THE CHANGE OF MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
J'IR ID)A Y, NOVElMBERIl 15th, 1801. 'TILE? C'JI.\AN( OF1 MINISTRY. OI)r ngtiic?n tor i iannAssembly IJri per formcd another of Iho operations which dis tinguilh the Alistrjjimn J Parliamcnts. To displace an Government appears for somo yeanr p;Ist to bo the great elfort of the people's represent!htivea ; anti in the ejection of tho Inte Nlii!istry there was moro thanl tim ordi nary labour necess'ary. Ushered into p;is tenco unduci the AEgis of' Messrs, O'SIANAsr In!l ?nl:n:x; and by a presumed. election, which wits slhinlcless in its trantipt'ent prc Itrlanlgement, the 1lttm Mniqtry. commencoed imutisplicioinily. \V hat a chlquarud existence it has had! [n beginning with the pretonce of hbeing the elect pt' the thirty.fotr ipemnhers wito ditplitped the NlCltiso ON Adininistra lioni; in continuinlig the pretence of govern. ing the tiountlry whilst actually being con plOrnoed pjtherb.lr irriespousible or advorso manjoritie s; and ill finally attempting to over ride the sen9e and intel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
BOATS ON Hlil YARRABERG HOTEi Crown-street. Iichmnond. liefreshmicnts at Melbourne Prie.. . S. CIIUltCi r, Propri,,i. WOUND POWD ijEt TI llE best, safest, and quickest euri, .L Sad io and Girth Galls, Sore Shoul.r,, every descripilon 'of Green or Gangrenoti 1,i' in Horses and Cattle. :?REPPAHEp ONLY BY F ]B A N A t D Member of the Pharmacentical Society f . Britain; DtLyrisina g aithi aFiUttiily EyiS - L:si i (p TO TH0E. j-1 UB LlU SKIN DISEASES, WIIITLOWS, VAI COSE VEINS, & ULCERATED Ll!i S CUIRED BY . IMR. FORD MAY, A P 0 T IE OA;RI E ' 1I A 303, EiIr&lnErET8T sT3T. GEORGEa MUNDAY, Brlokmaker, lfaw} Scurvy on.the hip for nirie months. FRANOIS HEOTOR, Carpenter, Lygon.t North Melbourne, itn ulcoratodleg of twelve int, Mr. I.I;' ITARWOOD,'". Iheat a Royal," , eruption of three 'years, aitore various Im' treatment.' ... .. : ,Mrs. KATI' SOPHIA DOUSE, Ohilwoll, G? scurvy all over the body sines 1654. PURTHER TESTIMAONIALS , WARDED ON APPLIOATION, STO PARENTS AND HEADS ...
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
PARIi TLAMEI' NTAR Y NEWS. In tllhe .lgislatlive A?emnhly on Friday, In Itsnenr to a ilt(tliItllt ?Ir. Ila.l.v.s said slllt Ie Iilhad Iparrtially nrranged for a boatd ofi' illiiry Into t circutlnlstanceos it. tedllolig the dtllht of ,lr. Ihlrle al nd Mr. Wills. I a?n??wi r to |a ueiont fi MIr. Ilstvr.s';a ntltll l tlhalt conllllsel's opinion wPas to thI.ell t tI I tlhe l Iit t ll. tinttll1 hIe Il'rolosetd ill tilhe tLrl't ott whlilh lljlling leltCt?s hladi beotL, IhlaSed prlor to the 1Ith SclteliBi'r, 18111, it:l tnot bo mado until somne a:tilll utwa taktn in thle thouse. In asp:wi, r to Mh'. lkh.hl Mr.' It.uis 1., tithI sut?j?rc? of itlotro.pnoumonlt in Nunw ~Muut h?ir?IWos wai uilder the countsieratlion of G o v e! l .lllllb ll ,, •r. itl:; .?i; '' gite stli.Ce oftttlotiout withl reference It? bihll for tthe nui.uduntIuti of the Mellbourno Cor puarltitll ,\At. 'ITllt ldjuitlrllud dlolatlu oil the budget was resumod Iv 'Mlr. C(JUO tIIS, who tlouthilt the contll l tr' Ilatd beent tl...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
NOTES AND. NEWS. The Chairman of the Hawthorn -Bench stated'thlat he hld received a commnujication from the Hawthorn Municipal Council, in forming the Bench that in tho; opinion of the Council one shilling was a sufficient line to be imposed for a .first offence under bye law No,. 7. For his own.part he would say that on some occasions he thought a shilling flune would be sullicient for a first oflfnce; but there were many cases when such a penalty would be totally inadquate. Ie, would, however, lay the subject before his brother magistrates, and take their opinion on it. The Hawthorn Literary Association was ushered into existence on Monday evening last, at a well attended meeting of the in habitants of the Municipality., A set of rules was adopted, and thirty-six members, including several life members wore enrolled. Another meeting for the election of officers and a committee of inannaomint, and the onrollmnent of mneilbers, will be hield next' Tuesday dvoning, at MIr. Lynch's ro...
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
IIhATTHORN LITERARY AS80CIA TION.' rflse followiing Gentlenen have signified their Intcntlon of becoming Memberst-.. _Mr. M. O'Grady,M.L.A., ,, Councillor Campbell , Councillor M'Dougall ,; 'Thomas Kenny ,, R. F. Keinedy P. O'Brien J.P. Rer. W. Wood Mr. Fysh . ,, Bonwlok ,, Comyns ~,, Doyle ,, Mayes , Dickson ,, Macasscy • , Clinton.... tL Lover ,, .Snderjul? o, Bryant Dr. Braggo, " :Mr, Slattorio ,: . Pettetl ,, Bulonneat • . ,Uthat fe Bhicklitirn , Fisk' ,, Roibortson - Dalley , , Collins . ,, J. Scott , J. . Scott . ,, Force ,, Lever ,, WhItman . Bride ,, J. ConJ 'l'oon Starko , raham ,, Bradley ,, \ookltoug Ii S; allrt S liaxter i,, dner J J. Thotnpseq ,, .lexander Cauglly . ,, Ge'corge Everest ,; :E. A, Atkyns ,, l:Elard T'urnter l, llery Everest ,S,. 1). . M'I)ugull , Alfrel d 1'tsor ,, 'Andrw Iyttll I hoenry Vlpllutt
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
JlJA¶¶ I Jj \J I (i'' POFWIC I. '(¶ý AIi.i "-ivs I1 i Ntebbellrni k^.., s! 5. 5 grja. 111y. i!(-pes Mt II iºvtlorn for hIh. irna, &c, Rer'rivimr;,J Iuuucs, at nlr. liirwond'b, Kew Ii uulnd IIswthor :;."; ain :nlt Ptr. hforton's, Main Road, 11. DIcncsnn, PostmastCr,