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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

IIA)WTI4y ,X LITERARY ASSOCIA. F TION:: , . An adjourned iieeting of the nianiggii committee of theo abboveAsioeiationidnias held last Tuesday evening, at the N3unicipal'chiiii bers, .Ihwthorn. M O'G iiidy-E ?q:,t.L. A'. in the chair. . - The miinutes having beene onfl?nidd' The heon. Secretary (Mr. Maeassey)'re ad'a letter from he Heon. C. G. Duffy, acceptiiti the oflice of President, but stating' his. wish to be relieved from any present duity and promising to .giv: a lecture' beforethi society a few months hence. In reply to this letter, the committee requested the secretary to couminmlicate to Dr..puffy :their satisfac tion at his acceptance of office as President, and to' tender, their acknouledigment of the honour conferred J lppon the society, by :his acquiescence!it hiel electidti.. The letterwvas also ordered .to' be entered in the minutes. A letter from W.° B: Noel; Esq, wi?s also read, from which it appeared'tha; "he, wilingly accepted the oflice ofVicedPresident, to whic...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

-NOTES AND NI WS. We observe thpt in the awards of the Vic toria Exhibition,M t. F. J. Everist, of liaw. thorn,'obtained the following certificates Red wines, first-class certificate for Carignan, vintage 1860; sopond-class certificates for 3Mataro, of .the respective vintqges of 1850 and i800. White wine-secopd.class certill. cate for Gouais, of the vintage of 1800. The first-class prize was also awarded to lMr. Evorist at the Hlorticultural Soceicty's showy last march, for the best colectipn 'of wine grapes. ADanp.xox?.--This thriving township has long had reason to complain, of what may be termed a gross imposition on its iuhabitants. A toll gate, placed by a foirmer Goverument on the bridge over the Dandenong Creek ac. tually prevents tile resideiits firom pending their cattle to tulf tolyto rpseorve, through the toll levied being mnore than grizing could be obtained for. This strange freak of auithrity is also injurious by increasing the cost ofnot only firewood, vegetables, an...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

SK?EW MUNIOIPALi COUNOIL: TUE8Da Y, DEOEMIIE1 10 " Present-G. -W'liharton, Eiq" ChaCiirmnin ,Councillbors Cramvcll,. Halfoyl,. Pox, Lewis, DerriOk,and ,Carson.: , The minutes of the previous meeting were read and conflrmed. To the Baroondara District. Road' Board, stating that the Public Works committee were of opinion that the. Boundary road was now in a better condition than it was before the traffic was diverted to it; and that, tak ing into consideration the amount of money received by the Board from Kow, they did not feel inclined to incur any. expenses in repairs at present. To the Secretary of the Acclimatization Society, acknowledghmr the receipt of his letter, and regretting tiat the Council were precluded at prcsent from affording the So. tieta any pecuniary assistanco. To the Chief Secretary, forwarding bye. laws with alterations for approval. From the lhoroondara 'District Road Board, stating that the Board dissent entirely from the opinion expressed by the Council in re...

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

The Mall arrives from Melbourne, &e., on Tutes days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 1 p.mn. -Closes or Melbourne b i Mondays, Wcdi!csdays, and Frl days, at 9.30 a..tu. J. IBEL5sili, Postmaster.

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

DONoASTER P our OFIrnE. tie Mail urrives from eilbourneo, 8&c., on Tuaes days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at II a.mL, dloses for ielbourneo on Mondays,~V'cdncsda.%s, and Fri days ait 0.30 ani. STi W. Gai.ur, Postmaster.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

ýI'!1f QSUPtl) ý t44445 S tº1t1itWa4 FRIDAY, !DEOEMB1aR 1 t1, 18601. Ti .lliawtlorn Council;lag -ait length de-' cidedt.he kniotty 'point of :striking' '.rlte, s and, we may add, with very little satisfaction to aiybody.. The two piropositions put be fore them involivp the question as to wylether Hawthorn should progress or retrograde- and the latter alternative was adopted. A rate'of;6d. in the pound would realize some £?:1,4 .oviddl nuo alipeals were allowed; the Governmentc subsidy will perhaps a mount to £800; the toll fund is estimated to produce fronm. £900 to £1,100; other sources of revenue may produce £50 more. This will give a total of about £2,500; but then it muist be borne in mind that twyo of tlleso items are entirely suppositious--the Govern mnent grant may be considerably reduced, if not altogether discontilnued; and the toll fqlud.ill have a heavy drain made upot1 it for tle maintenance of the Richmond road, p)a it is pretty clear that the claim put in by the fow ni...

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

., WARpANpy E *PoST UoFYcE. Th'o Mail arrives from Melbourno on Tuisdays, Thurpdays, and Saturdays, it lionn. Clocas for Mlelbourno on Mondays, Wedne.sdays, aiid Fridays at 9.30 a.m. F. HUEwrr, PostmIsttenr.

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days,Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Closes at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon.. S. Padgham, Postmaster.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

--.' 0- -. ". ,I,: I ' o t~ .Editor of IeStthiiard- .. Sin,--With all the meretricious displny of Mr.Wal. lnco-T suppose I tmut call hhin, The' nllnce, I vunfess that I do not comprehend his reasonv for pro. longin; hli rhodomnntdec. Panienco has Its limits. l.et him cease abhbling. and tell us how 'Huithorn wau nameil. Ilc's a sAlpmonoy, I thllk.. What on earth hil Athellc nsl itum?.e and I?ngyluind lndl ootlntd; to tl, wit i the town'hili ofr lliiwthlorn. Ife.hrouhlit l nWie imalters tip, nal h 'would itilt blind 'ui with Ili nfreiremnc ti anuelti puthoms tn o l d modern poots. Il'f hriTnts n'iniey - its lice appcdrri to do. ho hna bet. ter get mi n a /nll Afasque.-'or l dOt bbtlieve ho's in IIsiglst It aunin thinhts-tithught not in others, and I imanhei's inhnl1teiliglble. Wly should ntot or muni cllnil (louncillors--)r iny of tlutheim, 'sto6 him, by telling at once that Ha-wthorin was named according to soIn law?' I should like to know? *I am( Sir, yours ripectfiully, . . e 11t ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

To "ha Editor :of It;e ,Standard.. i Srn,- The continued and presumptuous misi-in terpretation of your correspondents with regard to the naming 'of ]Hawtliorn, demands from me a re= neal :of iny. oft-repeated allegation that in my' bosom o' a'lamantine solidity remaindihloncttho secret of thit,. most important vent,,~,,Ieing sensitively awaei to the attempted explanptlons of would-be Hlawthorn soothsayers rind pinbplt?-et ,hoe "qei oimne, I am rolucta',tly compelled to trespinss'ifpon your vluanble spare, in noticingthoe .lpAh and:Omeeg of absurdity included in the epistle o ,'A. Z." T ?? fallacious iroherenicy of-that gentleman is so ludl irdusly'gtransparent, that a refutation of. his vatl. cinationis wotl he supererogatory, if it were not that pome verdant reader of your enlightened pages might be constrainedito admit that there is an infinitesimal partibleuof accuracy in his ihallucination. I. declare hat. his attempted identifications, of the :llev. W. Lildliard, Young Hawthorn...

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PREFACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

PRI?FIA ]CE. Notable even in my. youngest years for a spirit of daring adventure, whidevancording to the family history belonged to all our famnilv; I coummenced a career little likely to terminate within the boundariesof' lioroondara. To the general reader-the thoughtless and sceptic, my earthly evaporation or di' solution may appear a trivial nalter, lbit 'i?the history of the world is but a'chroinolhgii al record of the oiplnits of he.'oeH, the. n?Ct ons saying+. and doings of eonquerors.pliloo)oplhers. staten men, musicians, and irtists iii general--it is evident to me thlut such advelltutes as mine possss monure solid merit tlhan..has Callen to many whose cdronicles hane hbee received vith universal acclaniim Henict itLis that I am emboldened to :ihallgoe the criticism of ia public, which must. be flatteredby being ialledintelligent and discernl?g,by submitting to thediseriminative gazerecords.of:trans adtihits :iore rdliable than those of the Philo :sop0libl or I~i at -Society...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

3,_ J. BRIGHTWELL, FU RNISHNNG 00annwanan BULIEEN ROAD, KEW, (Near the I3orooidara General Cemetrery.) aiiials Furnished on the must reasonable terms, S nd at the shortest notice. MOURNINO COACUEls AND IIEARnses UPPaIzIl. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPER HAWTHORN, ATIE GOTERNOR ZIOT.IAMH OTEL. et to the Victoria Insurance Company.. SLATTERIE & Co, NTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, :liaTANDARO" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Near Fletcler's lIltel. SJAMES H. KAY, p9ITER, PLUMBER, AND GENERAL ':?' DECORATOR, Yext the Post Ofice, kXeo, ; AVING managed various Work' at K Buckingham Palace, Earl of Mansflold's, 'dad [IIPublic Buildings and Residences in London and M ester, feels confident that for quality or e~css he can defy competition. dxTOL.OURS, GLASS, PAPERS, BIiEET. LEAD, RTC., AT TOWN PRICER.. JA]IES MUNRO, SFORESTERS' STORE,:' Corner of James and Victoria Steiet,, RICHMOND. RST QUALITY MEAT. JOHN PINNIGER S most respectfully to thank the in. abitants of Hawthorn for the lib...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

W11[QTIOR1. MUNICIPAL CO'UNOCILH. •o ··l iý)rC .?I ?r 0. l Present-M?; O"'Grdy, Esq., MLL.A, , Chairiianu, Councillors:Brange, Lansly, Codi- , ran'M'Dougall, Iill, and amnpbell. -The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. S '? ? , COdJtLlE5PONDE2OE. To the ion. C. G. iifly, President of the I Board of Land and ~Virks, rpqiiestiiig that a! day iia? be named to I reveia ' deputatiodi froiii this Council ,respecting t]aow bridge over IIHa'thori GCreek, road to the Yai'ra from Bulleen roaud, and tho.approall.eto the' Haw thorn bril dened.?¢ ................ • ..... To the Honorary Secretary' of the 'Haw thorn Literary Association, hiforming hin I that the, Council had' grantbedthe Associritioi Ih the teinporary nuse of the" Coundil- Chamb r. I To '0.:' Sprigg, ' sq. ' Seecdtary of tlie 1 Accliciptiatition" Society, ckiiowledging the receiipt of his letter of the 21it ult. i :To the Town Clerk of Oasitliinaine, ackfow lodging receipt of circulnar respecting the proposed...

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TEMPLESTOWE ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 December 1861

TEMPLESTOWE ROAD BOARD.   A meeting of the ratepayers of the above district was held on Saturday last, the 7th inst., at Crooks's Upper Yarra Hotel, for the purpose of electing members to serve on the road board, and striking a rate for the ensu- ing year. Considerable interest was taken in the proceedings by the ratepayers, who had assembled in force. The meeting was an- nounced to begin at two o'clock, and shortly after that time Sidney Ricardo, Esq., was unanimously voted to the chair. The room in which the meeting was to be held was much too small to accommodate the ratepayers, and a motion was proposed and seconded that they should adjourn to the schoolroom. The Chairman remarked that it would be illegal to hold the meeting in any other place than that advertised for the purpose. The motion was then withdrawn. A resolution was next proposed, seconded, and carried, that the Board for the ensuing year consist of seven members. The room having now become inconveni- en...

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EAST BOROONDARA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

EAST BOtOONDAIIAA MEILA.UNICS' Oli Wednesday I lst t1ie coiitiitee of this, Society inaugurated a. tea meeting on the ground where the building is to be erected ; the occasion of opening a new bridge over QGadiner's Creek being to good an opportu nity to be lost sight of for increasin,, the fhids of the Society. 'The weather ?cing beautifully fluc, there wlts i?;,hlirgo ganthering from all parts of the district';,?ind the visitors seemed highly to enjoy tlieiisclves "on the light fantastic toe," Tea was served in a large tent, and with the exception that beverage not being par ticularly strong, everything was in first-rate order. After two or three situngs (fobi the toent was not large enotigli to Jhold all at one sittinR), the tables were remhoved, and the place laving been lit up, dancing was resuined under the canvasp, and contilºpd 'to a' late, hour; . .' . iDuring a lull in the dadiing,? meeting was held, 1. Kent, Esq., being choqpn chairman ; who, having addressed the meeting ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Before P. O'Brein, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

IIAWTI-ORN POLICE COURT. - TUESDAY, DEcl)twMnuE 17, [Before P. O'Brien; E .i',,. Chairmanu, and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] A NAMELESS D&aY.-Williamn Hayes was summoned by. Constable Phelan, for having no name on his dray. ',The defendanlut said he had borrowed the dray, and did not notice that there was no name on it., The conistable said he did not' know whethlier the dray was borrowed or not.-Fined Is. and 2s. Gd. costs, to be paid within.a week,, or in default 24 hours' imprisonment. A, WIAxmDe ro o oAT.-.;-Eliza Jones was charged by CoustablO M'Keuzie with allowing a goat to wander. :T 'he defendant said ,some person let the goat out of her,-yard in her absence.. The Bench ?jaid that. had nothing to do with the case ; if her goat was found wandering in 'the pullic .streets she Iwas re sponsible for it. The defendant said she thought people were allowed to keep goats, as the pohiceman had two himself, which were alwvays wandering about the, road.. Mr. O'Brien said if the defen...

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HAWTHORN AND KEW V. WEST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

HIAWTIIOtRN AND KEW V. WVEST 31ELBOUatNE. A friendly match was fired at the butts of the latter company on Tuesday, the 10th inst., between Captain Hammond and nine memnbers of the HIawthorn and .Kew com pany, and Captain Guthrie and nine members of the West \Melbourno.company, which re sulted in the West Melbourne winninig by five points only. The following is the scoring at the severalraranges: :AW\'11TOIIN ANDI KEW. Yards. 200 300 400 Total Captiin Ilunmmnd . 8 A.i 5 18 Sergeant harrow . 0 7 5 18 is Taylor .. 4 6 3 13 Private Kitchen .. 5 7 5 17 , Kirwood, A. .. 4 2 3 9 K',, Kirwood, J; . 7 5 3 15 ,,' Jones .. 6 4 1 11 ,, Fisk .. 6 1 6 I? ,,, Blnckbur, J. .. 2 6 6 14 ,, Brooks , 5 3 3 1it Totals ... 53 46 40 139 WIST MEI,BOURlNE. Captain Outhrie .. 3 0 1 4i Sergeant'L-mprtere 8 4 5 17 Private Soden . 5 8 0 19: ,. Shaw .. 5' 5' 7 17 ,, Afeyring .. 3 3 .4 10 ,, allangher .. 8 3 5' 10 ,, Bruce 6 3 6 15 ,, M'P'herson 6 4 7 17.. ,, Patterson , 5 2 3 10 ,, Wilson . .. .. 5 7 7 10 Total...

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

HIAWTHORN 'AND KEW RIFLES. The prize shooting for the remainder of the Uovermenln t money, took place at the butts, near the Gardiner's COrcek bridge, 'on Saturday week, under the superintendence of i Captain Hammond and Drill Instructor iodd. The firing continued throughout the day, and we are pleased to state that it was superior to any that yvo have previously seen at the i same. butts-showing that it is only by.steady practice and strict attention to the theoretical principles of the musketry instruction that the members: can attain to be first-class shots. The drums and fifes of the corps were in attendanico during the afternoon, under the able direction of their leader, Mr. W. Smart, and performed a variety tof select pieces of lillulc. 'We were greatly surprised to find so few of the inhabitants of the neighbourhood present on :such an occasion I as this, knowing wvll that they are at all times deeply interested in the welfare and Jprogress of our local volunteer 'orp's.:. Th...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

IIKWTHIORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, MoNDAY, Dxc'anM?a I-. Proscnt--M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman, Councillors lBragge, Lansly, Con-. ran, M'Dougall, Hill, aind Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were iread and confirmed. S CORRESPONDENCE. To Messrs. Turner and Whatmnough, ac knowledging'tho receipt.,of their conmuni cation of the 9th inst. SFrom the Central Board, of HTealth, for warding the opinion of Council respecting the construction of cesspools.-Referred to the Health and Legislative committee. From Mr. Jilks, applying for balance of account for engrossing municipal statistic for the Exhibition. Councillor M'DLougall proposed that the money be paid. The Chairman said it would,be in the re collection of the Council: t nit Councillor M'Dougall undertook to get the work done. The work was submitted'to their inspection, and every one said it was a positive dis grace. The second sheet ho now asks £2 for, and he never wrote a line of it. Councillor M3'Dougall said he belie...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

KCEW S'SUDc It[ITION LIIBRARY. In coiWnexioniW with the above Institute, open every eveoning,' lSundaea excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m. for memlbers only.

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