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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
1fJ'Ir' ELI, rOST.oFErCLC. 1hsy MtWi1 IsrrbM I froi Melbourne, &c.ON MTn rAyB WedI'clhYc s, a~nd1'ridiys at IT tit.h, Closes at Hiu tt' cl lor lelbourne, *&c., on ' dTuedtays, 'bI rsRdaiy4, and Snultonyt, at 11'30 zix. It'.ILunnnr, Vo stmartor,
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Before P.O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman—Jervis, Esq., J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
1?'I THOItN 'PoLICBE : QO U.RIT TUE : snaY, NOVirqIEi: f 12. [. efore 1'. O'P0 rien sqt., J.P,, Cianirman, 7 j'Tervis,sq., T.Pi., Pand Dr. O'Sullivan, ..P;] . No' Linnr.-David IIwan wa s charged b y Constable Kelly with .having no light on his dray. Thu delfe?hant did not appear.. The constable deposed that he saw the deeindiant without a light on the Malain raid. The Chainliran of the Bench said h'o had received a cininunicatioi friom the llHa-Iwthorn Municipal Council, inlforming the Bench that in the opinion.of the Council one shilling was a sulficient lIne for the first oflinice, under the bye-law. In' this' cise the boy did not appear, and it was evident a shilling fine was not sufficient for all first offences. Thdre might 1 be cases when- a shilling- fine would answer, but in some instances it was necessary to in flict a heavier penalty. l-o would, however, lay the letter before his brother magistrates, and hear their opinion on the subject., In the preseit case they would im...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
S KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.: TUESDAY, NovEM?iEn 12. Present---G;: Wharton, Esq., Chlairman, Counciliors DI)erric, Halfey, Fox, Lowis, and 1 Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting Were read and confirmed.' . CORRESPONDENCE. To. Mr., Proudfoot, contractor, requiring him to discontinue the repair of the bridges on the Boundary road. To the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that the Council weire not prepared to accept the proposal of the. Counaissioner in reference tn the, maintenaiRce- of the. roads within the district, nor to waive their right to a+ share of the Hawthorn Toll Fund. The- Chairman stated that this letter was in reply to one which he had, received from Mr. Steavenson, asking.if the Council were willing to take the maintenance of the roads in the district and waive their right to a share of the toll fund, in the event of the toll being abolished altogether. Councillor Lowis. said he was very glad to see that both Hawthorn and Boroondara had declined to. accedo...
LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
LITEr ARY ASSOCIATION. In accordance \withl the previous arrange ment, a number of gontlemen assembled in Mr. Lynch's room, Power-street, 'hliwthlrn, on Monday evening, to dismcss a code of rules for the.management of a Li terary 'Association. M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L'.A., was voted to the chair, aind cohmenced the proceedings by cidl ing upon Mr. Doyle, the honorary Secretary, to read- the minutes of the previous meeting. Those having been 'read 'aiid confirmed, Mr. Doyle, on behalf of the sub-committee, submitted tho following rules for the approval of the meeting: 1.-The name of this Society shall bo" The Hawthorn Literary Association." 2.--The object of this Association shnll be the prtomotion of intellectual and social enjoy met aniong its ineiibers ; iid iuestionis likily to excite religious or political controversy shall be excluded from its proceedings. 3.-The Association shall consist of an unlimited number of ordinary members, each paying an annual subscription often shilling...
LITERTURE. Notes on Sir Francis Bacon's Essay on Marriage and Single Life. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
oltes on Sir .l'rancis fBacon's Essay on , 1ar S iage andr Single Lif'e. .,h'leoro is piaitlps it p'rope??ity:ni tlhto art of some portion of the reading public to slhght the claims upon their regard of writers c longing to a bygone ago; but the 1najority we? are ine'iued to think accede to the justicee of reward where justice demands it. We feel a gladsome pleasure in poring over the cor respondence of an aoflebtonato friend, we love' "o return to the portraits of the' dear deiarted ones, and likowise to enrich otir iinds and exalt our' feelings by conununion with .the great dead; Anl if we cannot always agree with the spirit of their remarks, we must bear in remembrance thalt we live in days when society and public feeling have undergone great changes, and are now reaping the ad vantages of years of revolutionary contest. Bacon commences his essay by resi'rting t ha "he that bath wife and children hath given' hostage to fortune ; for they are impuediments to great enterprise of vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 November 1861
F NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. CLEARING-OUT SALE, 84, COLLINS STREET EAST. Ladders, steps, planks, mullers and stones, weigh ing machines, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold leaf, boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish,' white ilead, tacks, sceneries, borders, and corners. Flock papers................Is. 14d. per piece. Satin do. .................s. Od. Oaks .................. Gd. SG. PILLEY, Four doors above Argus Office. C. M. CLARKE, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PAPER HANGER, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. Bridge Road, near the fHawthorn Bridge Ibll Gate. ;B.--he lowest Prices consistent with good Worknianship and Materials. HITE-LEAD, OILS, TURPENTINE, AND :WIN W GLASS ON SALE AT MELBOURNI rIEIoE. T?ERATIVE, WORM, & CONDITION. POWDER, FOR HORSES. MOST excellent Medicine for restoring - and lkeeping the lorseo In perfect health, 4, ating Fever, and producing a fine smooth skin, ?ns Powder is strongly recommended as thesafest' d most effectual Medicine known for the...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. [Before P.O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, Dr. Tierney, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
IA.WTHIORN POLICE COURT.' Tuis nAJ , No v enw. 10. [Before P. O'Brien ?Isq.,'.T.P., Chairman, . Dr. Tierney, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] No Lto n rs.--Patrick Fogarty' was stum tmoned.by Constable Gordon for having no light on hris dray, on the 7th inst. The de- ' fondant said it was not on the 7th, but on the 9th that he wias without a light. The constable could not swear positively as to the date. Sergeant Reid applied to be allowed to amend the summons, but the Bench con sidered the defendant should be allowed the benefit of the inistake, and dismissed the case, Alexrander IHoustlo was charged by, the same constable with a, similar offence. ' The defendant said his light went out by accident, anid that he had never been summoned before. - Sergeamit Reid said le had been fined on a C' former occassion for allowing his horse and s dray to be without control, and the fine had not yet been paid. The defendant said the 'order hiad only. been served' o6 hini that mornuig. The Bench...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
The Ch(tomCrs of oR ua ouutry'caoporlvpqtcd ltd a valcs dut)l of vuiwition by their. s.viný, tuid h 1(s, n prcsiutonti II guttitig, itl their ol0(1iibi'l nd casks repaired, nud ordering butlittloui w work. "1 stood It, ImuwitrUP,' sal Idb, "ntil (11one day old amn Crah tree brougit-hx anl old buang-hole, to which he said be rllttedtlt now barrel um l(1. 'Vbtni 7qul0ittcd ti bunitesac il disgust," , Women 0(1 eatily preservo thoir youth trfr sho who.captlvtttos l1io lpqtt pl~d 1(ndlevatindlug never grows old,
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
NUNAWAADING, DISTRIC JL3 WAD S ... OARD : ,: . Tiunsu&Yr, NOVEMIERI 14. Present-Messrs. Collier, Bonnett Sergent arid Ellingworth, 'In 'the absence of the Chairman, Mr::r Collier wrs voted to the ch.air. The minutes of tlhe previous. meting were read and confirmed. ,Moved-by Mr: Ellingworth andrseconded by "Mr. Bennett--" That Mr. Rookl be' paid £2 for repairs to Bennett's road bridg."' Carried. Mr. Ellingworth reported to the Board that the Chairman (Mr. 'comans) alid hiinself had been insunoned by, Mr. Keoghlito the District Court, Melbourne, to givo!up the inhairs and other property, bolong;in, to the Board; and as they, only rcceieddtlfe sum 'mons late on Saturday, there wis ?16 timne to call the Board together; but they- had em ployed C. Rippon, Esq., as Solicitdr to defend them. Thatwivhn thocase came on for hearing, their Solicitbr asked Mr. Keogh 'on what Act he lihad grounded his complaint ?. On Mr. Keogh replying; their Solicitor applied to the Bench for a dismissa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
BOATS- ON HIRE, YARRABERG. HOTEL, Crown street. lichmond. lRefreslunents at Melbourne Prices. S. CHUlItOl, Proprietor. WOUND POWDER, TIHE best, safest, and quickest cure for Sad le and Girth Galls, Sore Shoulders, and every description of Green or Gangrenous Wounds in Horses and Cattle. PREPAIRD ONLY DT F. BARNA RD, Member of the Pharmaceutical Pociety of Great - Britain,.. IDisLetp) iII attb fantilI (OTh)enmiut, K EW'. TO THE PU:BLIOC. SKIN DISEASES, WHITLOWS, VARI. COSE YEINS, & ULCERATED LEGB CURED BY, MR. FORD MAY, A P OTIHE cO-A4rES'h A LL, 803, BLIZABET1I TREET,. GEORGE MUNDAY, Brlekmakeor, Hawthorn, Scurvy on the hlip for nine months.; .FRANCIS IIEOTOR, Carpenter, Lygon-street, North Melbourne, an ulcerated leg of twelve months, Mr. H. R; IIAllW0OOD,'" lheat a Royal," askin eruption of three years, after vvarious medical treatment. Mrs. CKATE SOPHIA DOUSE, Ohilwell, Geelong scurvy all over tie' body sinice; 154.; SFURTHER TESTIMONIALS FOP. WARDED ON APPLICATION. TO PA...
KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
KEW ,8UBSORIWTION LIBRARY. In congcxlon with the aliov6 Institute, open every oyauing, Sundays excepted, froilj 5 to 10 o.m. or Mnembers only. HIAWTHORN POST OFFICE. The Mall ariiv?q from oMlboutrne,.&e., at 9.45 p.m, daily. Clcses at Hawthorn for Melbourne, &c. lt 1.1 p.!n. . . Receiving boxes at Mr. Kirwood's, Kew Road. Hawthorn ; and at Mr. Morton's, Main Itoad, Upper Ilawthlrn. S i. Dlctisox, Postmastcr.
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
g: g1fjo ~OiutO Oltti'p Sta'litartb . 01 I ti FRI)A Y, ,NOVEMi' E?t 'r22nd, 1801. t _ -____ ._-, ii Th il'lira'niimme of the new Ministry has beeni shadowed forth in Mr, Durrr's address to the electors of Villiers and HIeytesbury; and from it we gather the principles and policy t which are to actuate the present Government. iI lieferring to that address, it strikes us tlhat I the Land Question is to have at last a practi- 1 cal solution. The propoped plan.of permitting c tlie payment of 2s. Od. ai yeani pei'aore rent a to go toward the purelidse of the land is very v much better than that-at present adopted. i It always seemed to us monstrous that parties 1 desiroudi of renting .a section should pay for i it yearly one-eighth of itsvalue and yet have ii no claim to it. TThat it could at any tieii be 1 sold over the head of the tenant, and lhis im- 1 provements taken at a valuation, seemed toC us to be dealing'harshly with the occupant; and was putting ii the liands of the Govern men...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861
IIARTWELL PoST OFFiCE., TIhe Mall arrives from nlelbourna, plc, on Mq;1! 1ays,*Vcdlicsdays, -And Fridatys, at. 11 alm. Closes at llartwell for`M -elbourne, &., u 'rucsdys, 'T'hursdays, and Saturdays, at 11.3u .tan. It. LIturan;r, 1'ostmastur. -0---