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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
TAWTIIORN.--TO 'LET, HOUSE and iJL sroitr, opposite Railway Station .tJor terms apply to Mri JOiNR ,TOON, IIawthoran or at thd omice of this paper. .. POR SALE, 2 DRAYS, WATER-CART, . IIOR.Sl AND HARNESS. A Bargain. Apply J. BIEVAN, Kew. FOR SALE, a small ,uantity of HOUSE. HOLD FURNITUIR,' and a chest of Ship. Curpenter's Tools. Apply at the omce of this paper. AN Expoerinced LADIES' NURSE waits EN'GAGE MENT. Respectable , references given. Address, MIrs. Odell, Clobor Cottage, Bridge load; Riclimond. ' LAND FOR SALE..--21.aores of. LAND and hIOU~§1. L arge. frontage on road load. rig g"l'olm'i "Uaber W |'.it0"Bh llys|, ?da?, ikdY., . ' ; For ternis apply td J. TOON; Hawthorn. T AND FOR SALE,--NUNAWADING. J. --100 acro FARM, partly cleared, 2 roomed hlotse, &e. ,Fenced. Price .e400. Apply toJOHN TOON, ofllce of this paper. tORIt SALE, a Bargain.--Three Acres of L' Land, adjoiing tlhe Rallway Station, either in one lot 0r in allotinents to sutit purchasers. "Applyto! O0. S; ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
NO'TPE AND) NEWS, A Special Uuiirt for Lihe rovisioul of thy Electoral 1tolihiW ib liiltl oil Saturday, tho 12th inst., at. the Iliivtlihourii tii :oi~ouse. Ou MIonday lust Ia li tlthgirl, two yCarss of age, the daughter of ,Mr. ,Uhihitian, rope inahliitattulrcrf ow, 'as aeciilontll ly drowned ina uvwittrhtole, It appeared that sho was phaling in tilh garden aimul fll into the water while no one ivam watehit ii her. As soam ros sheIO wits dieoe'reul 1)Dr." Vo was ,Built fr; who used ever f exeition to restore auumea tion; but writlhout efll!'t. Mr. Candler, the dist miet coroner, hlvi an inquest 'on (lie body on Tuesdav, when the jutry tirne d a veridict, in accordanice with the abovo .faits.",y ' A intelaueholy usinstc' of?Fsuddein leath occurred yesteiday. inbrni ,t? Kiiw: . ,e tnde?4an d 'tlat M~tr. aylor, f that pllacc,,etir'eL to rest , Jout1 elev6ea o clock, and diiting the uilght ho comn.phined 'ii, little, .but rtvjiyd to Ilhave niedtlial asistntnce sent for. At foui o'clock...
THE LORD WARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
TIlE LORD WARDEN, '(FROM THR SATURIIAY UR'IIEW.) Every one admllts that Lord 1'ALILERSTON IS an ex traordinarfy lIan; yet it.is not very. easy to analyse tihe ingiedieltd?i.which, his pre-enminence consists. lie is certainly ipt great as an orator* and if current rumounr is to bleven(I, lie ihas never distirbetd Down Ing-street by, anyOverstrained activity of administra tini. As a politiclan, he has shown little of the still ness which l arls great and earnest convictions;a'nd a considerable portion of theBsupport, that 'ho coin manids is due to the belief that he is not enthusiastic bfr the politicl cicced to'which hlie ostensibly adheres. The very sagacity he has. shown on several critical occasions is a very uncertain quality, 'and has fro, qucently deserted ihln in1 his utmost need. It wonuld be easy to name many Ministers who have made fiar fewer momentous mistakels. We question whether, hterafter, his tame will not be found to rest on a quality which has not hitlierto been con...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUN[?] MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
HAWTHQ N 1MUNICTIPALX COU S MOMoDxUA rc1EMCDE1U $. Pr retent- 'Coincdlors :Campbell, Conriu, L"aiby "ani d Bill. Couticillor1 bell in the chair, The minutos of the previous moetih, .read and'confirmed: COR1RBES1'ONI ENOE. From the- Chairman of the Couu grettiig..for his'inalsenc from 'the m and suggesting for their consideratio0 the erection'of a biU'lg'eiri the main t the Hawthorn Hotel; second, to give r habitantAs access't .the Yarra from th leon road; and third, the establishij Muiniciidl Coltit in IIS'tthorn. SFroin the. Municipal Council of fl maine, forwa'rding resolution of that (. respecting. the 20th section of the 1 and Measures Bill, and suggesting an went. From the Roads and Bridges dep?? stating that the Board of Lanud anl have directed that the cost of 32 cub:a of metal be deducted, from the nex ment of the toll reventie; that quantity i been used by tlfe Council. Ioin the Victoriani Eihibitioii IC sioner, askitig for th6i :'sin h f6 £2, cost of emblazoning the Munici...
MEETING AT MITCHELL'S CHELTENHAM HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
MEETING AT MITCHELL'S CHEL- &nbsp; TENHAM HOTEL. A public meeting of the inhabitants of Moorabbin and Mordialloc, was held at the Cheltenham Hotel, on Monday, 2nd Decem- ber, 1861. Messrs. M. O'Grady and W. A. Brodribb, M.L.A.'s were present by invita- tion, and a large number of the residents of the localities interested were also present. M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., was unani- mously voted to the chair. Mr. O'Grady expressed the satisfaction he felt at attending so large a meeting convened to discuss what was of so much importance to them all-the improvement of their dis- trict. It was only through their own exer- tions, aided by their representatives, that their wants could be made known and re- medied, and as the immediate object of this meeting had reference to the extension of the Point Nepean road towards Mlordialloc, he would call upon those best acquainted with the subject to address themselves to it. He then read a letter received by him from Henry Jenkins, Esq., Fer...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 December 1861
ITAWV'TIR lIt( N PO)LIACE COURlT. Te'I..sLa,iDi D:cISm:n::E 3. [ Ikcl'urc 1'. O'lrien, l :sq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Tir.iney, .1.I'., antl the l?on. '.'. I? iIoweri, J. P.] Srvi,\Ni Cow.--'Edwarid lrillianilob. Mn wi iiaI broughlt ulp oil ielltulln, chai'rgod with stelling aMid slliighteriilg a cow, tho "propelty of Sam:unol Crngg. ~ lr. Cookluan and 3'i .Ieul alllppeared oil behalf of the prisonolr. Police Sergeant l .Ieid conducted the prose. cation.." Simnuel Cragg, ia ft'ilun'n, vriiding alt law thorn, deposed that oil the norniig ,of the 2:lrd Novmiboer hle minssedl a cow a1d1 stunt onol of his sonlS to Ibolk til i her. oe did. not miccccd it linding hot, and ll e thlui reported the irl'nmtalllince to the police. Ile went to Lloyd's butLcher's shop, and 8 Mr. Lloyd shlowed him the thil o lll cow, which hlo believed to belong to his coiw; -Th went in- colmpany with Constable Wright. to lllllbert's t1an ynird, in Richliond anid tliere foilnd the hide which hle believed was.that of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
S; DVIcOE GRATIS. HOL LOWAY' PILLS. To Purify Cthe Blood. These Pills have been placed by the common con sent of mankind at the heRd. of, all. remedies for removing all obnoxious poisolis from the blood, and cleanring all the tissues of the body. They have saved'thousands year after year from falling a sacri flee to the effects of dyspepsia, dysentery, diarrhoea,; conistipation, liver complaints, &c.. a fact attested by myriados ofwitnesses. Excessive weakness and debility, thle warning of decreasing organic energy aind vital decay, aie'rest6red and reanlmsited with vigour and healthful action'ini every organ throughout the sy's-' tem, by the restorative and exhilarating influence of this medicine. C ,, , ,a Fe , male Complaint All disorders of the sex, and diseases In every orisis perilous to the life and health of woman, youthful or aged, married or sitigle', nisiy bo adicelly and quickly cured'without risk or trouble by a'feir'doses of these Pillsktakon according to the'p...
PUBLICOLA, THIRD SERIES No. XXIX. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
SPU I,ICOI, TI ?D .BERIES 'NO. XIII. SLb t/c 'Etlitl of the' Standard. Hs,--Ti. taking a review of the series of essays besringCthc siganture of." Publicola," written 'more with i, view of. stgestiveness of things worthy of consideration, than from any desire to thrust my own private opinions of men and things upon others, I have had frequent occasion in my discourse on the business of daily life, to state what many inay. per. haps call tmy own peculiar religious.opinionse. Be. lieving in their, truth myself, I have alwtys' endea. voured plainly. and, I trust, intiligibly, to advocate them, not from a lave of disputation, or a' desire to thrust them upon otherf; but because I feel satisfied that the foundations upon which they rest are sure and sound ones. ' . . ;ow' "r Alth ugh my mode of explanation may be different from that with which the subjects It real of' are usually explainced, a strict anyalsis of theth will sa tisfy any rationaltmind that they are in'no'.wiy' it' consiste...
HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
1.lr.AW , THORN. Ston'justice to ourselves and to the several sub. ierlburseto our journal. who have expressed ait desire to 'het'oinoe aciuainted .with the curious question rdsied by our piartlcular aIdpeculiar correspolndent, " Wallaccof the Creek," we publish the following nt rodulfory' retmarks; whichl we accepted In;gooaj faith at the trim, as being prelimninry to his satis. faclorily accounting'for what saeems to be immersed in doubt andildfllculty. It now becomes necessary thir ui to say that the dliscussion has almost exceeded till ieainnable bounds, and that Iunless soine definite object' of interet to our readers can be served, we will rf'ralin from publishing any further correspond-r elic In the matter. There cas be no disguising the thct that .r' . believes himself possessed of knuw. ledge of which ite is desirous to obtain lthe beneftlt, \'eod ihot'gansayn this, nor the various views enter tailed by those who have taken part in the ehecida tion of the.faeis.lhut we wish...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq, J.P., Chairman, and Dr. Tierney, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT.I TuiSDnA, hDp6rIiirn 10. [Befre P: O'Brii, Esq, .P. 'haiai and Dr. Tierney, j. . . .. e NoLidnas.- ??ricCronin was chariged'o bY CoistaliloPhebln vlithlkhaving no light on iis .dray 'L. e dldefeiidantldid not lappcare The constable statcd thint on the night of the 5th inst., bd?iieon eleven aiind:tiel\c e ;o'l'&,c he met the defeiidant in 'lawtihoi , Without. a lighti.--Fined 2.' Od. aiid 2s. Od.:costs. ' .Patrickl .Bit.n#, for a siniilia offence, was. flhed,2s. Gd. and 2s. Od. costs. Daniel Warlow was charged by the samei eonstible with a similar oflenco: Thebdefedh dant admitted the charge, aiid said his lampp wot t ut justbefoire he reahdlied Cainbc rw~ll. -'ined 28. Gd. aud 2si. bd costs. "
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
SNUUNAVWA'DINTG ROAD BOARD. TIu]se it, .DEc aM R 5 . Present,Mr. WV Yeomans, Chairman, Messrs Blliigworthl, Bnnett, Collier, G?rnt, Sargent, and Carter ??.. ,i. Thei niiti tes of the pro?Ious meeting wero red aiid donfirmed., CO: RRSIPONDENOE. ..:Letters were received from, M. O'Grady, Esq.,-f.T:I:, froi tlioh Commissioner of Roads and o3riidges addressed to the Chairman of the Board, two adpressod to Messrs. Col. lier, Corko, :G rant, andlBoyle,o andone 'ad dressed to Mr Cf.'liby, chairman of the late Board ; and from the Road Board Confile'ence. ' 'M6ved by M'r: GBiiit, and oscondeid by Mr. Corke; ":'Thnt'tho Cliairman and ir, Elling. wiorth lie a .deputation to waitt on, the Hon. C.r G DutlY, MI[.L.A., Pioesident 'of tioe Board of Lisndantd Works, on Monday next, accord intg to tho request of the Commuiisso?er of -Roads ?tid Bridges."---Ciua'ied . The Socretary was iuaptrctgd to fturuish the information iskalte'fdr by Mr. Bart', dA behalf bf tld EoMdB'oard.Cotfronco ' ,..;, iMovi...
RIVAL ROAD BOARDS AT NUNAWADING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861
RIVAL iBoAi I)OA RDS r% UNAý A dopiitaton froiii tio bocdid eOgntitiot as ."'1( u : Nýuitt(Ciihfgii 1 rio Rtond Board," and- from i6sidtuit4 'O?` (hodio4i triot, protosting it hh\ tBLh i'cuadgh4oil of oithu, Waitcd on te i1 re.in'doti t ot the 13cm d of Land iIId.WoI kM ofl TWutmnedarida ; ' As soon as tho uivt-ioi' weOr introdutod, Mr. L)urry eaid hu hId looked into the ppers. relating to 'the sibje an fr bearing either side, he'wished to state'tlhat as the tunawaiiint g district liil thou'ghi to elect two boards, each oftlidtii'cliinjiigito be the 6lgal board, and 'as to B epDartiinnt of'Lanld andt Works hk' fino' po'ir u idier"'tli Ibila Board A't to dleteirmiune l hiwch as tlih legal board, it would b 'u iseloesH 'for hiii to listen.to. lon~g tatoinnts on tli'it ubject, ',"ui less the parties. were prepared t64do this ? ' .A roply having been given in 'tleo flffii tivo, the case was proceeded with. . M r. K.cooal, chairmlin of N6.''1 board (known as " D'elaiiney,s,") stated that...