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

llAUtTWIJMI POST OFFICE. ThIslu jIpil qrrivos from Mfelbourne, &c., on Mon rfias, WVcdncsdayn, nod Frlidays at 11 atm. Closes at. "llurtwoll for Molbourne, &c., on Tuesdalys !I'hlpVlllayp, inq Satplrdays, at 11.131) a.m . It. IIuIIILr, 'bstniaskbr.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

#4WT}VTHir N LITERARY ASSUQQlAj TION. PUESIDENT. bd Ijon, Charles davan Duffly, M.L.A. ., VICE-PtEiSID.E.NTS. : "M. O'Orady, Esq,'J,P. M.L.A. WVriotheslry Boplist" Noe]; Esqo. S' - "'.. UBT1EE. / ... 'atrick O'Briev; Esq. .1.', W. II. Pettctt, I sq. V. Ii. Donncau,,Esq, TREA6IJUL' IR, W. Ilenderson Campbell, Esq. COMMITTV.. . ...: Mr. Atkyns .. Mr.' Kenpedy , Blonwick ,, Lanaly 3Bryant ,, Lawes, " ', Doyle , Macassey JCaptain lammoqnd ,, M'Dougall Mr..ill . ,, Tooi' I[ONORARLY sEOfIETAlT15B. Mr. 'Jones Doyle and Mr. Macassey, MEMIBERS. Mr. Atkyns Mr. Kitnler , Bonwick' , Kitchen Bryant ... , Love ."ir. Brpggo ,, Lever Mr.Bdonneau ,, Lyall, A.. SBlackburn. ,, Lawgs . ',, 3radley Councillor Laiisly ,, Bradlly, Jouln Mr. Le Crew ,, :Baxter • ,, lnuisly, W. , ride ,, Larrit Brock ,, Lloyd ,, Brrow Couucillorl M'Dougall , 1iggs Mr. Maeasscy' ' Councillor Campbell": ,, M.'Dfugall, S. D. .ir, Comyns ' .. . nurphy, E1. J; , Clinton. ",, M'hlunney,.W. , Colllings ,,. MalIyc'a I" Cook,J. ' .:...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

HAyTIIORN FREE PUBLIC .LLBIARY. ROAD BORnD OFFICE. This Library is open to the piblfc:on'ln hdays Wednesdays and. Fridays, from 6 to 9 o'clock in The books lent by the , Truptees:of .the; Melbourne Public Library are for perusal in the Library; other books lent by one or two gentlemen in tie district are lent to the residents for reading at their own homes without charge.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

* EETJN5 OF PUBLIa BOj)ES. DonooqNDnA DisTRICT ROAD BOARD IrmOts al ternate Saturdays, at the Ol1co, Caniberwell, it 3 o'clock p.m. .IIAWTIIonN MUNICIPAl. CoUNcIL" ineCts every .Mondcay . evenig, at the . Council Chambers at 7 o'clock. REKY MUNmICs4L COUNCIL meets every Tuesday evening at the Kew Athentoum, at HIalf-pest 7 p.m.

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AMERICA. LATEST NEWS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

A.MERICA. LATEB'T NEWS OF TIIE WAR.. By the jlcettra, Captain Cayzer, we have American news, per pony, vid- California, to the'23rd of September. ' I From tho.telegrnm 'of l iko Snat ."ancieco ITf 'elkly :ferald we cqtot an follows " On the l0th'General Floyd had af on ageomren't with the enremy (the Federals, of co'lroe), and routed themi, killiig .600 arid wourding 1,000. " T'hings are nuiver::ally quiet on. the Vir ginia side of the Potomac. . . The sub;criptions to the Federal Natioinal Loan exceed 90.00,000dbls." " The Neur :ork ZL ibuno of the 16th states that preparations for two important move rmeits against the southern coast are .rapidly going forward, so that the expeditious will be ready to set sail in a few weeki.. The nuil ber of 'troops of all arms employed in tloe two expeditions wi'l be. about 25,000 men, with naval forces of appropriate strength. "The Confederates made an advance on Elkwater, Va., with a force of 15,000, but have been driven back by detachments of ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

.NOTES A ND. NEWS',. Ministers hipveo all secured their rc.elec tion witlh the exception, of 1Mr Woodd who is a. c?Ididuto, for the repr?icltation of Warngiqbo6ol; the polling for which district will not take place until the 3rd proxino. " We a i-roq)giritid to call tie attention' of the 'volunteers to an advertisoment in another columnt. cilliug, upone them to' asioiiiblb. at the ~aw?thiri?,'t ailwiiy'itiitior to?modrabw, to 'leave,for M.lboui:ne by tlib"h p.im'tiai?ti ," r i' ?Ihilsial ia?i; terly metin of' the i Kew Total Abstinence Society will be held on Tuesday ,next, in ttie United Methodist Free Chuireh:.° The annual report and balance sheetrwill be brought up; and the officers and comiulttee for the onsuing year will be elected. , We understand that the Hawthorn. mmi cipiil buildings will'be handed over from the contractors to the Council next -Monday The iliterior of the hall is now complete, a'nd present.-to'the eye a pleasing appearancee. It has not yt'transpircd what st...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

IT ?WTJJORN LITERARY A? A. meeting of the lManaging Comr the above Institution .was held at school-ronon, Power-t,st&cet, IIawth1, Tuesday evening last, for the purpoase, sidering w'hat further proceedings ah (trijoo for advancing the cause of' thel, M. O'Gridy, Esq:, M.L.A., was elrcd' to the"?hri?r,- , . , Messers: Duffy, Nodl, aind cIiennr absent .but. M. Doyle fitnished exp1, `: to the effcct that Mr. Dufl'y was on.in his eledtion at Warrhambool, MIr. not yet intimated his acceptance of 1t1'', presidency, and that Mr. Kenned1 : towvn on business the preceding even:' Some discussion took place asn amendments proposed withl regard of the rules, when it was ' greed, s suggestion of the Chairnian; to re??, -Auf-committee (subsequently appo0n. . take the:matter' i~to .coiisidoratioai t" iisih. a ireport attthenext. medthn. M. essrs. M.Dotigall, .Lawe', BIlonne: •M:acassey-:theni exliredsdd 'thbir S:,i respect to the expediency of haiving r prepared,; setting forth the objects...

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PUBLIC DINNER TO L. L. SMITH, ESQ., M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

PUBLIO DINNER TO L. L.. SMITH, ESQ., M1.L.A. The complimentary dinner given by th, friends and tsupporters of the above kgntlamer in Nunawadiug took place on ~ onday;i.tlec 18th inst., in' alargo marquee to?it, &'rcted for the occasion. The marquee wva 'tstefilly decorated with flowers and evergreens. The chaii was takeni by lSfr. W. Elling. worth, who was supported on the right by the guest of the evening and Mr. J. Couran, and on the left by the HIon. JT. Houston and Mr R. Donaldson. fr. W. Yeomans occupied the vice;Chair. About fifty gontlomen sat down to dinner.- Thd'dinner was proiided by iMr. aind ' s°l Sindodi issisted b rMr. Wilt kinson,: *i' received'due praisie fo the splen. did' and dimnitjuiiis mannier in whicli it was provided,'the wines anid viands bein, first class.' After the removal of the cloth, the usual loyal toass twere given and duly responded t'o. The Chairman then. proposed h' ohe late Ministi'y," coupled withthhe tlname of the Ilon. J. Houston. Mr. H...

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

DQNCASTEU POSt OFLFICE. The Mail arrives from-Dclhourne, &c., on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at. 1I a.. Cloacs for Melboure aon Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri dalys at 16.30 ala. T. T. W. Ga-sr,' 1osLraster.

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

P.OX HILL P3OT OFFICI. Th'I AMiil arrlves Tromn Melbourno, &ie, nil Tu.ICR lny., T'inuralayo, and. fanturdays, aLt 11 il.n. (Inos At Box I i)l oln Mondcivs,ul Wed nesiluhi, untld Vrldiyn I '0 , Poititln.M ' , ., ·-. . (.'iA y itiHilr

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFCIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

WARRnA~D'Y'L POST OFECIE. The MaLl airrlves fro~m Mclboilrne on 'ruesdays, Thursdays, nanl Saturda!ys. at noon., Clolis tor Melbourne on ' Mondays; Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9.3O a.m.t $L. Ilcwirr, Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

ADVICE GRATIS..':: .. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS:. 2b Purify the Blood. These Pills have been placed by the common coni sent of,mankind at. the head of ail remedies for removing all obnoxious poisons from the blood, and cleansing all the tissies of the body." They have saved thousands year after year from filling a sacri flee 'to the effects of dyspepsia, dysentery,' diarrhea, constipation, liver complaints, &e.., a fact attested by myriadsof wltnesses, xcedsive weakness and debility, the warning of decreasing organic 'energy and vital decay, are restored and reanimated with vigour and' liealthful dction in every organ throughout the sys tem, by the restorative and exhilarating nfhluence of this medicine. .,emal, e CNomplaints. All disorders of the sex, and diseases in every crisis perilous to tliedife and health of woman; youthful or' aged, marrifcqg single, may be radically and quickly 'iured with?tit risk or trouble by a few doses of these Pills, taken according to the printed dire...

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

nUn ilY CREEK POYT'r OFF1. il Tlie Mail ar'rives from Ml.lbournr', &i oii; oTueh ''doyt, Thursdays, nnd Saturdarys, at 1 p.ms. Cloics or Melbourne on londaya, WVednesdays, " an 1 Fri days, at'D.:lQ ~nm. J. IBf LBitI, Postmnatcr.

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FRIGHTFUL TUNNEL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

FillGI'ITFUL TUNNEL ACOIDI?~NT. PROM LLOYD'S WEEKLY. To the long list of receont railway fatalities there is to be added a melancholy and fittal accident, which haprpened in a tunnel on tie Grand Junetion cmnl, near the village of Illisiworth, whereby two men hlaveo lost'their I~ves, and'the lives of two others have beit placed in hinminent danger. Before entering into the details of the cantastrophe it will be necessary briefly to explainl the position and circumstances of that portion .of the Grand Juliction canal which runs between lillsworthl andil the adjoining villagobf Stoke Bruerne. Any one who has travelled by the London and North-western rail. way will recollect that soon after ciitering the bor ders of Northlamptonshlro the railway passes for i considerable distance through a deep cutting; but at BIsworth junction, for a distance of two or tlree miles, the railway runs on a high einbankment. All most parallel to the Ilue of raltway runs the Grand Juliction canal. This can...

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THE LAND POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT VERSUS THE OCCUPATION LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

Till: L.AN'D POLICY 01?O THI ? GOVEU S'MENT VI'IHSUS 'llE UCOUPATION LICENCES. Th'le Intenlded policy of the New Governmiment on the lhand Qiecstion has been disclosed in Mr. GOavan I)uftlj?': addressc to his constituents, published in T7e Argos of Monday, Nov. 18th ; and It will be olnd thlle most liberal and popular that has over been projposed to Parliamnlnt. 'lihe following is iMr. h1) ,,y's statement :- ' •' It is the intention of the Goverinmnt to select for actuial settlemont allthe land beat suited foragri cultural purposes, amounting to over ''cn Millions of laresc' They puripbse to throw it open as rapidly. as practicable, in extensive areas, surveyed into thrius 6ffromn 40 to 640 acres, at a fixed price of one pound an acre. Each settler to be at liberty either to pay for It s friun and receive a title to the entire at once', or to Ipy 'or one-half (for which he will re* ceiv a' title) and lease the second moiety for eight years, at a rental of 2s. Gd. un sore, the entire...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

A rare instanco of woman's pluck is now to be seen on one of the Maldon reefs. A respcctable miner, bitten witTi the Now Zea land mnnia, left a pronislug reef dn Tfaldon to try his fortune at Otago; previous to leaving, however, he obtained the registration of his claim, his mate preferring to .itay. at M?aldou. No tidings having been 81vud'of the wanderer, and the term of regisetration having expired, his wife has deternined thiat he shall not lrse his share, and has since worked regularly in the claim, and with a week or two'' practice is now able to !'-haul up," " drill," " drive," &e,, to the entire satis faction of her husband's 'other " mate." La'rreonowcr Timcs. -0 --o . Good Senseuis the father of Wit, Truth his graud Ihther, and Mirth and Good Hlumour his' boon cotn paniols. A man went into a beer shop, and called for a pii? of a. 11ie drank a little, and thinkihg it tasted rather queerly, asked the landlord If anything was the matter with the beer. The answer was, ...

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WATER CHANNELS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

WATBE CHIANN.ELS: Ib the di'tor 'of the Standard. Srn,--I seO'by' the Standard of last week that the water chdiinels on the Glenferry road are advertisedto be pitched with stone. Now, Sir, I do not object. to their being pitchd-'.they are bad enough,, we all know; but tliero'are some woryo,roads than that in the ~tunicipality, I allude to the Barkly, Beehive, and other roads. I fear very few of our worthy councillors ever reach" so far as this out-of-tlihe-ay locality, but the Town Clerk comes bnced:w twice a year valuing and collecting the rates; and I see ho has been visiting us again this week, andwill doubtless wait upon us for the cash. shortly. I hope the Council will not forget' our claim to have something done'tothis road, which, ; if loft much longer; will take away the whole of the footpath, and is becoming positivoly dana gerous. • A IA+TIPATER. l]eehive road, No. 25th. . [We ivould remind, our corrsppondent that the work contemplated in the Ghlnferry road is merely an ex...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 26. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and the Hon. T. H. Power, J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

'IIAWTIIORN POLTC.E COURT. STIsi ar, NovEai .nm; 20? , Beftore'P. O'Brien, Esq.'J.P., Chalirmnan, and the JIon,.'T. IL Power, J: P.1ý F'tnaous' ]a torru.-George 8lmpson, was charged by' Constable Phelan 'witlv riding fitrlously on the Hlawthorn road. The de. fen'dant did not appear. The constable stated that he saw the decfndant.aud'others racing as fast as they could on the main road near Camberwell, He only knew the" defendant and another of the lads, alid'hiad sumnmoned them.-F-inc d 5s. and 4s. ad. costs. George Rolf was charged with a similar offence, which, he admitted, and was fined 5is. and'4s; Gd. costs; SnnIovs, CnAnalG AGAINST A J.P.-Ed. ward William Hobson was summoned by BiSamuel Cragg for stealing or. slaughtering a cow.: M11r. 6ook:naui for the defenc; con tended that this' was a private. summons a gainst a private person. The Bench cbuldnot agree with Mr. Cook man; this was a police prosecution to all in terests and' purposes: SMr. Cookman said at all events MIr. Cra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

Q?j IA' PA 1'El IIA. N N (18N ! iNO ItiEASONABEl, OFFER IlEFUSi,). CLEARING-OUT SALE, 8., COILIN!; S1TR'7 E EAST. :.Ladders, steps, plnk, n mullers and stones, weigh i?t machines, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold af, boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish, white -d, tacks, sceneries, borders, and corners. Flock pacers...........s...... . 4d. per piece. Satin do. ..........s..... . . Od. i. Oaks .d. 0. PILLEY, Four doors above Argus Office. C. M. CLARKE, "AIN AND DECORATIVE PAPER= HANGER, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, GLAZIER, d&c.' : idqe Road, aear the ITawikorn sBridje 1bl Gate,. , --he- lowest Prices consistent with good Workmnanship:and Materials, : L: TE-LEAD,. OILS, TURPENTINE, AiND WIN GLASS ONS ALE4AT IIELDOUNI PRIIOExS. ERATýVE, WORM, & CONDITION rOWDER, FOR ORESES. MOST excellent Mediqiate for restoring and keeping the Horse in perfect, healtl, ling Fever, andi producing a fine smooth skin. Powder is strongly recommended as the safest most effectual Medicine k...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 November 1861

KEWTMUNICIPAL COUNC TUEsDAY, Novt.rnxu 20. Present-G. Wharton, Esq., CI Counaeillors :?ranwell; Halfey, Fox, and Carson. The minutes of the provious meetd read and confirmnd. To the Cliairman of the Boroonde trict Roid 'Board, stating that their co cation in reference to the repair of the dary road' had been referred to the Works committee. From the Acclimatization Sooietv,r ing the assistance of the Council in out the objects of the society. Oa the suggestion of.the Chairina resolved that the letter be acknos and that the society be informed At Council is not in a position to afford aid. . . PUrJOIa WaORKs aRPORT. Nor. The Public Works committeeo w commend that tenders be invited frm contractors for procuring, sprcndlig, bout 50 yards ofmnetal (best white st the embankment of the -Bulleeu 'rn spreadiiig to' extend over the ensmir months. ' Also that the Acting Surveyor rep` the unfinished portion of the road a tho municipal boundary. That the B1oroondare .l)istrict .Rl:li be writte...

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