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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

HA[WTOR-I N t L? .I RAIT ,RA H 0 1A;?:? . TION, I'h) adjiourned Ine1ti'lN of this A?ssoci:tion liai held oul Tllisday oveOlgii.g nt \ r. Iynhell's 1roolnm, Power street; lM. O'(lrady, 1Eq"., ai.~,.A., in the chair. Mr'. I)oylo, the honorary Secretary, read the mnitiltes of the plrcvionus lmeetilg, when on the suggestion of' 11r. O'llrieil, ,J.1'., rule 10 wa, lamended to the effect that the (irst an liual general meeting should. be held on the first. Tuesday in tanuam'ry, 1803. In rule 5, the word " other" was ineerted befono the woirds "twelve llmembers," witkillg it llLaessary for all the oflicers to be members o' the Asso cialtion. With these alterations, the lllillutes were collnfirmedl; Before proceeding to the election,, about thirty additionld lmembers handed in their names, making it total of upwards of eighty already enrolled. The Chllirman thiiiu proceeded to the elec tion of' the oflicers and commlittec. On the mlotionl of Mlr W. I[, Campbell, 1Besse?lr. ilonwick a111d cl...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

'flip 'llA1 arrives from Melbourne·, &e., un 'Tues j1ays, i'hursdays,. uuiI .ýu4turd Sys, at It 11.11. Closes at Ilex ll1 oni. Mondays, WVe'disduSy, and ;, rldays ut ito001. S. l'. AoIouI, P'ostmnastcr.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

PA.YTjIORtN JITIItRA Y ASSOJlA ' TON. The following Gentlenen have ;,igifltd t !heir (Itt~.tiolo i oft tecoing Members: 31j'. M. O'Orady, M.IA. ,, Co:uncillor Campbi ll ,, ntreillor M'j)oujgall ,, 'lhomas Kenny ], t.. . Kennedy , 1..O''rien J.P. Jicy. W. Wood Air, Iysh ], tonwiel Comyns Doyle ,, Mayles , Dickson ,, Ilacassey ,, Clinton ,, llodd ,; Ritchio. if Love ,, Snnderlan- , ,, Bryanit Pr. Braggo Air. Slattorio ,, rett ]Jonneatr V, Uther , Bhiekburn~ ,t. Fisk , Robertsor, ,, Dalley ,, Collins ,, . Scott . J, J . Scott F .orce ,, Lever SWhitnumr. ,, Bride SJ. Coo......... Toont .Starke Graham ..Bradley ,, WYoolnoughl SSmart ,, Baxter' , ]{hIdner, , ". Thompson , Alexander Caughey p. George Everest ,, E. A. Atkyns ,, Edward Turner ,, henry Everest ,, S. D. D1'Dougal Alfred Watson ,, Andrew Lyall ,, ienry Follett The names added to. the Roll slcoe the 14th inst. will be puldlished next week."

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

-0-- ILaWTIIORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRaRY. R loAu BOAu .OFFICE. This .Iibrary.Is. open to. the putblic on Mondays Wedncadays antq' Fridays, fronmt 6 to 9 o'clock p.mý heo books' lent by the - Trustees of the Melbourno Public Library are for.perusal in the Library; other books lent by one or two gentlemen In the district are lent- to the residents for reading at, their owni Ihomes withoutcharge. ,

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

MEIETINGS OP PUBLIO BODIES. 3OROONDAIIA DIaTcrCT ROAD BARD ,n)ccts Rl tcrrnte Saturdays, at tile 0111cc, Cpin crwcll, at 3 Q'clock p,m. IlAwTuonn MUNIcIrAL COUNCIL meets every 1Moaiday c mo!int,s atlja Counc4. Ollambers at 7 o'clock. Kaew MUNsIr4L .OouNCIsL meets every Tuesday Pj.V.A G " (10. IXiw A tehncpnm. it half-Past 7 p.5Ia.

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

1k'1TIhIORN MUNICIPA.0L COUNCIL. ti ; ov i ?O Yr, NOVMiuna 18. Present.--M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L,A., o' Chiaiinman, :Councillors Bragge, M'Dougall, iv Lausly, hlill; and Campbell. 't The minutes of the previous xiieeting were read and confirmed. b conneiLro DENO}. To P. O'Brian, Esq., J'. P.' Charilrman of the lHawthorn Bench, statingthat; the oun ell is of opinion that the fine of ne shliillig a only for' the first offence under Iyed-law No .7 would be sfllicient.. A reply to the above was iblo read, stating that.the subject should be brought before the c Benclh for their consideration, T:o J. Stcavaoison, Esq,. Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, in reply.to'letter of the 20th ult., stating that the Council will not object to tlii abolition of tho'etoll.at 1aw thorn, bridge, .provided theM.overnment will. furnigh the Municipality' w?ithiii ureo .for ii maintaining and repairing the roads, . t ,-Fromi the Doepartient of Public Works; requesting the.0oUncil.to forward a voucher b to me...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

O0NDAltA DISTRICT ROAD) BOARD. SATUriDrY, NovsMne 1i5. t-The Chalihan (R. Kenit, E~q.), I Lurry, Butterlield, Downing, Conk inson, and Webb, iiutles of' the prcyious meeting were confirmed. ' COItRESPONDENKOE. . Wharlton, Esq., Chairman of the n[w $tuicipal Council, calling attention to as it -for repairs to Boundary road. ' :O'Neill, Esq., Chairman of the Tem BtOe Road'Board, asking that Board to rat in repairig sheeting to bridge at onng Creek. To l Stelvenson, Esq., forwarding assess 6?fr ol li)o 18t12,amounting to £150 2s. d~i. STothe lion. T. II. Power, M.L.O., asking ito ope:i theI road through the Survey m eulCny's road north to IKoonung Creek. I IToc:fessr. Glover, Edwards, and others, kindwle'obgi the receipt of miemorial respect g the culvert on Main road," tfo Mr. S. Foy, in reply to his letter of iand hst., in refrence to naming the roads I the district. To'j dr Steavenson, Esq,, stating: that the ?ard 'ieas not prepared to decede to his pro isal: Orspeeting the Hawthora...

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A NIGHT AND DAY OF FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

A NIGHT AND DAY OF FIRES. rFnbO LLOYD'S Wi5KLYS' .Sunday'iorsijng-last will long be renmembered by the firemen of the London establishment, they having been engaged ai least twelve hours in rendering1 as. sistance at variots fires which occdrrcd during the perlod in various iarts of tie metropolis. One fire, and whlich was attended wilth a serious loss of property, took place in tise pile of premises belonging to Messrs. Taylor and Greelning, printers, Greystoko-place, Ietter-lane. The fire was per ceived in the engine-room, on the ground floor. An alarm was given and proper assistance sent for. In a few minutes two of tie Royal society's escapes ar rived.as well ns the engines of the London brigade, but in spite of all endeavours to subdue the fire, it continuedl to progress, and eventually 'the wholh of the engine-rone, ,most expensively fltted up with machinery, presented i sheet' of flame Eiory attempt was then made to conflno the fire to that part of the premises,but,it was of ...

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DISASTER TO THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

I)ISASTER TO TIIE GREAT EASTEIIN, 11031e THE HOME 2tEWs. 'rIh Great Eastern is certainly It most ill-fated ship. Another disaster, which well-nigh proved her last, has befidlen her, in comparison with which her former misfortunes are almost insignificant. After the explosion of her boiler in the Downs, the loss of her gallant commander at Southampton, and the narrow escape which sthe had of being wrecked at lHolyhead, not to mention the thousand and one dilliculties of another nature which she has managed to overcome, it was at last thought that the big ship was on the fair road to- a highly successful career, her nlto voyages, to New York having heon so re markably well performed as to have secured the con fidence of the public, and especlally of the mercantile chlases, in her perlect safety. Inconsequence of this grldnally increasing slate of popular favour, she leoft Iverpool for Now York on Tuesday, the 10th Sep. H tember, with 400 passengers, and a flr larger general cargo tlia...

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A SCENE AT WIESBADEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

A ýc.ENLAtr W.IESBAI)EN. Aua. 22.-l-ast night I witnessed a scene in the gambling-rooms which broke the monotonous de corum and rulled the outward serenity so generally remarked in these gorgeous traps for travellers with money to throw away. 1 was sitting at the news paper table in the Kursaal, around which were sove ral English and other ladies. As is usual in the reading-room, perifect quiet prevailed. Suddenly there rushed forth from the elegant crowd which thronged about a rouge ec noire table in an adjoining apartment half-a-dozen men (some of them livery servants), who ran as hard as they could through the reading-room and made for a side door leading to tile garden. There was no cry-of "Stop thlhf I" but it was evident that they were giving chase to some one who must have immediately preceded them, and slipped out unnoticed by tile readers of the news. I followed Into tl?e garden from curlosity, and soon heard the exclamation, " He is caught." From bolhnd some shrubs a coupl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

OEA1I' A PEI' 1 I-1AN IN GI S! J'O RI:ASONAlllIE OF'ERlt REFUSED. CLEARING-0UT SALE, 84, C tLL?ANS STREETli EAST. Ladders, stelps, pl:'ks, mullers and stones, weigh iag machines, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold leaf, boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish, white ead, tacks, scenerllies, borders, land cornerI. F:.. lock lapers................. Is. dd. per piece. Satin do . ............... Is. d. Oaks ................ Gd. CG. PILLEY, Four doors above Argus Office. C, •. CLARKE, .:AINh AND DECORATIVE PAPER. HANGER, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. e Road, aear the HIawthorn Bridge 'lbll Gate. be lowest Prices consistent with good Workmanship and Materials. O-LEAD, OILS, TURPENTINE, AND )fIN OLASS ON SALE AT MELROUEN]I PRICEU. RAT.VE, WORM, & CONDITION POWDER, FOR HORSES. LOST excelleiit M1edicin8 for icastoring and keeping the Ilorso In perfect health, ug Forer, and producing a fine smooth. skin. Powder is strongly recolmmlended as the eafest lost eflectual Medi...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 November 1861

NOTEIS AND NEWS. - Snakes appear not to have been wholly eox terminated from Hawthorn.' We have been infornied that two men in the employmient bf tl Mr..J'ull were walking in the Glenferry road ci last Tuesday, when they observed a blown o snake pass 'through the fence into Mr. w O'Grady's garden. One of the men im, mediately secaled the fence, provided -himself t with a atick, aiid looked for the snake, which I he found in a .small gutter, His siiakesliip. shoewd fight, biita blow ontlhe back diahbled i hihi, when, as he could bite nothing else, he 2 bit himself and died in due course. The find- 0 ing of this reptile sb close to the-centie of ti oipulation oho1id' llet 'as a.'caution,. more..fi partienlaray to tliose persons having charge of is children. On Saturday morning' last a distressing accident occurred to a young lady, the daugh- ter of Mr. Eastaway, of the Camberwell Inn. It appears that Miss Eastaway was engaged in the bar, dusting some shelves, when a lemonade bottle bu...

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[?] LAST LETTER TO HIS FATHER. BROUGHT DOWN BY KING. Cooper's Creek, June 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

11ý. WIT -l i: , LAST LETTER TO 11HS 'A''THER. .. C- H t : OrNifirTo w. TY k'INm. ('Coiper's Creek, .lune 27, 1Sdl. 3My denti lntlher,--These arc probably the lsut lines ,vyo will ever get from me. We are '' (othe point of starvation, not so much from Ab.solute want of food, but from the want of miutriment iln what we can get. )Our position, although more provoking, is probably inot near so disagreeable as that of' )oor llHtrr' I auil his companions. We have had very g'ood luck, and made a most success ftl trip to (Cnrpentari4 and back, to where we hail every right to consider ourselves safe, having left a depot here consisting of four men, twelve horses, and six camnels. They had provisions enough to have lasted them twelve inotlths with proper economy ; and wo had also every right to expect that we should have been imin djately followed up ft?omi enindie by another party withl additional provisions, iand 'every necessary for fming a permanent dep6t as Cooper's Creek. The party we ...

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THE NAME OF HAWTHORN. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

' TlE MNAME OF HAWTHiORN. To lae .'ditorft of lhe Standard. MBEDITon,-Situ,-I have .aitcd a-long while in the hope that youir.lunny corres :ondent, " Wallaco of the Creek, . would relent, and. inform us what a numhbor of resi lents in. this Municipality are most anxious to know-viz., how the name of Hawthorn was given to this place. It scenis a pity, aftor exciting our expectations, to be dis appointed by him in the mannor we were; but perhaps by this time he may be induced simply to state what ho knows of its origin and nanmoe. i It occurred to me tlat it might have been named from the fact thiat just at the bottom of Glouferry road a largo hedge of hawthorn ilad been growing for some years, and very *imay-waa nruwmvj Diiiunniplu iL'o-recoivo a name. Somio residents have told meo that they always understood it hild its nmo from thatfact. It was too much to expect to draw 12s. Od. out of us for suchi a job, but if " Wallace of the Creek" would only charge. say one shilling, it might...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

. KEW LITERAR1Y AND SCIENTIFIO INSTITUTE. Lectures are delivered every Thursday evening, in the Athenmrum, Kew, on various branches literature, seience, and art. Communence at eight.

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

, IEW SUBSCRIP¶T1ON LIBRARY. Tn connexion with the 'hboio Iintitute, open every evening, Sundays excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m;I for membors only. -0

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

ORIGINIAL, CORRESPOND NEE. [Lcetfera intended forinertion in the ?onrii I ov.xi. STAIWDdt must be authentlcateI bl toe nimu arid m!i dcrss of the wirter, not necessarily fur pu3'i'iuaione, buC as a quarante of 'iod .frith. The Editor is not re (sponaibfpf 'the oplinons q/ his Correspondents ]

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

IIAWTl1ORN POST OFF IOC _.. Trho Mail arrives fromn Melbourna. &c., at D.:4. p.mI. dlaily. Closes at ilawihorn for Melbourne, &e. ux 1.15 p,.m. Yteceiving.'boxcs ;It Mir,' Ki;wood's, Kew Rond, I r wthorn t and at Mfr. Morton's, Miall. loadl, U!ppcprI Ilhuwltn II. Dtclisos, Postmaster.

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PROPERTIES FOR SALE.—GLEN IRIS AND GLENFERRIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

PROPERTIES FOR SALE.-IGLEN IRIS AND GLENFERRIE. Amongst properties advertised to be dis posed of, in and near our neighbourhood, we notice two of more than ordinary importance. The first is that of the residence and land, 100 acres, of Mr. Richard Kent, known as the Glen Iris estate; and the other. is that of Mr. Dyamon's, 60 acres in extent, 1known as Glenferrio. Both these properties are generally worthy the-attention of intending Ipnrchaserh, andwe direct 'attention to them in the hope that some of our wealth and influential readers may recobimend them for investment to their friends, or:he purchasers themselves. It frequently occurs that through being adver tised in Melbourne only, suburban properties when offered for sale do not attract as pur chasers or bidders, thliose best acquainted with their value. As an instance of this, .ie have heard recently of a sale of hind in Wdinberg road advertised in Melbourne as being in Boroondara, bringing in £05, and the fortu nate buyer rea...

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

-0- KEW OST' OFFICE. 'Tio MnAil iirrTuv fronm Melljourne, &c., at 10 n.m. datlly. Closes for Melbourne at 1 p.m. W. II. KJýr;:L T,r 'ostimastcr.

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