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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

-o * WARjAtPT)j) POST OPPCI2. The Mnil arrives from Melbourne on Tuesdays, 4' hurdlays, and Siiturdays at noon.. loses'for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays pt 0.30 a In. '. IIeWITp, Postimastar,

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

HAWTHORN 'OST'1' OFEFICE. `'l'hle Mitil arrives 1''·ourl bulboturllo &c., q4 9.4 a.m). dhily. C1oq3 i W'y wh horn tor Melhourno, &c. tt.1kp p.m. hhcrtiving boxes at. Mr. 1{irwood's, Iiew Road. Hawthioru and o Mr. MorLou's, Main Road, j'1,jcr li11. Isclt. o. Postmaster.

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

ilO.NCASTEu POSr OFFICE. The ?Al:11 arrives from Melbourne, &c., on 'uoa ldai), i IIItlir'daLy, niid Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes for .Melbourno on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri dayi at 1IO.0 n.m. T. W. OnATr, rostmaster.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

OR.I GI NAL COLRRESL'ONDENOE. [Ire'th8v iulcaduk /bp inserxtion in the Souiii Bouninx ST.{YN)AUI iirsit e 1w itri/auqkuk d 4,f tllp nae oqlllfl nd rlrtf /,n' te! writer, n1ao rrra!.xesrila fur 1aadllcatioai, but El ii l aC Iayiyu ior o(lan rl f oil/a. Th/e Editor is not re F'pa.ý 4!rhcfiar thw opiaaiona q/' hIas (Joaaawjonalcnla

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

KEW PoS v OFFICE. 'I bie Maril trriveii froiii Melbourne, &c., at 1} a.ml. tinlly. CIIhrs for Melbourne at I pin. W1. ICE Kn.t. rT, Postmnailcr.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

o PO'~S AND NEWS. A young woman nlamedt Cameron was brought up beforo the J[nwthorn Blench on Saturday last, charged with being a dmangrous lunatic. The cause of herabberration ol'find appears to have been a love aftliri. She was engaged to a young nman tor some timeu pre viously, when ho sulddenly broko off the on nagomiout. She was very much excited while in Court. I'h BRoench rennitdel d her ftr1seveno days, for medical exmitttiouun. A htltts nturhew, in thie shii oo'a ttui tk with three logs was recently hatched at Mr'. Cuii ran's overnor lonthm lnHotel. Wro uder stand Dr. Braggou nnputated the supIrlnous member, and i, mtay nlow be seen Ilreser\ved in spirits, by the vtnriti , ill tsunh minttci., ii D I,,. ........ : , T;e Christmas nlnusaments adrertisod for this listrict'arec trenycl limited. HIawthorn and New are 1'articula;ly b;arreu, and the duni?y,wii of there localities will have to :n.i grate to otlier places in sear.ch of liu,. At N'orwood t?L) I prosptt is more encour...

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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

fAI'RTWIELJ. PoST OIF1CI'. The 'lail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on lion. days. Wvdtiooemty, and Fridayv at 11 n.m. Closes at. JlarlwILl for MIlbourne,. &., on Tueadays TIhursuldays, and Sntatrdays, at 1131) n.m. It. Ilunawr, l'oatmnstor.

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, WEn~ snuA1 li. We have news from Taranaki to 29th ult. r Bishop Selwyn had set out on a mission to Wanganui to treat with natives, going by ( way of Taranaki. IHo had been made pri- t soner by Iort Kingi, a Taranaki chief, who a took from him a horse, and kept him two v days in a wharo, from which he escaped at i night. The natives disapprove of the Bishop's v proceedings, and think he is sent as a spy by c the Government. C The Aldinga steamship arrived in l1obson's I Bay on Tuesday, bringing news from Otago to the 11th inst. The Alding brings 23,070 '7 outces of gold. The correspondent of the Daily 'luares says :-" From Weatherston's t Gully a great deal of gold is being obtained. Four Cornishmen during the last four weeks 1 got £1,000 each out of their claim, which is only twelve feot'square, and situated on one of the spurs at Waitahuna Gully. Another party are getting £90 each per week. Four Tarrengower men, with whom I am well ac quainted, have clearcd,£,1...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

I4!'Ft NU'S OPI PUBLI IBODIES. ,i, u I)IrrFcr AA NAU IBUAfI ImCet fl Rvrnutc 2 att:~riayn, ::t thle Ulti:e, Camblerwell, ttt i ir4tviluItwrx tlufacuvl. Cout&ci.' NAAIiS every Jblumly i eveing, at the 'Cuncil Clambers at j u clock. lCUw MWNlut.11. pQIec1L nmeets every Tuesday evpiiag tt ylau Jew Atheuveum, at half-pasL 7 p.m.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

KJ W LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC I STITUTIL Ltcturts are delivered every Tirtt-s4y evoaing in the Athenwuinm, Kew, on various brlanches ljleratijre, sciceLn, and art. Commence at eight.

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

IJAlwTIIORn N FILEIRC PUnrIC LIBRARY. Roiu Bo.?au Ouric:. 'I'hiy Library is open to the public on \?oul:yya Wetcnesdtlays Iand Fridays, frqzi 6 to 9 o'clock p.m 'he books lent bIy the T'rutees of the Melbourne ]'ubliu J4hrasry are for perusal in the Library; other Iboenks lent by one or two gentlemen in t!e district are lent to the residents for reading at their own !uleies5 without charge.

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

BOX HILL POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues-   days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 am. Closes at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon. S. PADGHAM, Postmaster, __

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[?]ROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

i33ND RX D)IS I'?CT ROAD?.? ]30A111). S.rilnAn , I)E?r.MnIeIuI 14. s:.nt--The Chairman (R. Kent, Esq.) \. Webl, Coal'ley, Downing, nud 10011. L e mintes of the previous meetiung wor and conlirined. COLiRRSt E PODI)I?ON0 ,1. Barr, Esq., Secretary of the RoIad a Colb;rence, forwarding the inftr i asked for in his letter of the 22nd ult. .H. O'G rady,, sq., M.L.TA., in reply. to hiltci, of the 20th ult., respecting a s t grnut for the district. the Chairman of the Kew Municipal oeil, il reifere'nc to the approaches to { bridges on the Boundary road, moia the Couniissioner of IRoadl and lN cwes, slating that the Board of Land and s hadI decided on resuming the control Iie Richmolnd road, and makini its main Sc It primary chargo on the 1'oll tmind; t ahmce to be divided between the local b s on the eastern side of the river. 'oil the Roads and Bridges ollico, ask iraI return of the number of miles of d and bye-roads in tho district maintained I Board, and the cost of maintenance nile. ,e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

OI1}API PA-PER-.HAN CINGS N~O REASONABLEi OFFER REFUSED. CLEARIN*G-OUT SALE, L,1 COLLINS STRMEET EAT ?alderls, steps, planks, mullers and stones, weigh ing maclines, brushes, diamonds, silver and gold lear, boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish, whlite cad, tacks, sceneroIes, borders, and corners. Floul papers ....I.....s.. . 4d. p4. piece. Stutin do, ..,............. Is. pd. ,, Oaki ..,,............ id. (. P fa,11EY, Four doors above AIrgts Office C, 1,V, CLAREIE, PLAIN AN) IDECOIRA'PI'I V PAPER. IIAN EII, lOUS"IIE AND SIGN PAIB 1NT'\E, GI AAZIER, &c. .'rTidqe 1Road, dear the/ .illnolotJrln Bridge blll Gale. N.B,--heo'lowest - irices coialstent with good Worklinnansh and "lMatnerlils. WtIIITI-s>Au, Ofra, TUIIPteNTI.tl. ANDI) WI Iyoran ULAtt 0 1t Pl , .T dtxIIOoVII i riltulti K]EVW DISP E 'NSA RY. F, BARNA RD, (MNemb-r. o lf thI Phlanria 'mticlt Society 'of r Grent Blritnin,) C1IE?5MI S'I, DRI UG(IST, & PERFUMER. Th'le tmst car:- hIestoCwed ion the prep?rnation ...

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PUBLICOLA, THIRD SERIES No. xxx. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

I'UUIIIACOA.1, rltlltt x spijE No, XXX. ,/h it,. A2'.il..." iJ" t/w Stt/?tatlad, Blth,-I ant nahatys at u lanxto when I Itako use of a word, toi " t any 1h?t Itondetavoullr clearly to doflue the Sell. e nIttl pawe r f exzpresslol which T attach to i:, na I Ihtve. tin detire either to deceive myself or be the Intlil of misleadinhg others. Itt nly lqst iptter I n??iertl) !that tli gr:eat workt of otair ago was the rlkstr ,fill of ItLrior allltl th Ittrolution of superior tir ntlll-tlltuts. A cetullnstlance s merely al elffect .of ! ireetdinllg tcase--ta kltLwletlge Iof the power whrlh proa Itlues the catiese, give.s t a power of reptq i) ltig them Itt nsuclh alt way, aIs lmakltes them tend to wards thltt IIt,'nplatmipl11gelat, of what we-ceach of us, rsLateet ollur highest agoodl. tantl Is to It very great ex. a ,lt thle crteat of circa lsttale, Ibut have we stifll ,eat vi:lalatr! 1 t prove am some ventured to assert, Iallt t it extent Ir niulhmlied,. The object of our !,a ay is to ht...

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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

PARltKL'NIl10TA.IRY SEYWS. T thie Logislativo Assombly on Tuesday, Thu minombers of the Government and M.r. Sinolair, the recenitly elected memnber for North Meolbourne, took tliu oaths and their seats. rlu'. I)urlr gave iotlice that, to.nmorrow, \W\rednesiday) he would niovo for leave to bring in a bill to consolidalte ind amnend the lawuq relating toi lland. " ? . 11 Ir. VI gave notice of it bill on the s1ub ject of the pen\ions of reiiponsiblo MinisteR. Dr. (l tutuhus gave notice of motion fo r at co'ainittce. to iniuire 'into the claims of chureches of 'ietorht, Mr. Iilrlss gavenotice that, on Tuesiiay, he would move that an address be presented to Il is Excellency, praying him, beftoire adopt ing any regulations that imann I proposed with relation to 'peisions to Mlinisters, to submit a draft 'of the ?'hkme for the approval of the House, M·.r. WYoon gave notice of a bill for thei,? inoval of constitutional doubts. Mr. O'SuxAsnslt gave notice that on Fi'i day he would moveo'thl ...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1861. HARD TIMES FOR THE STUMPOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

lRIDAY, DEOEMBER 20th, 1801. BARlD TRIES FOR THE, Do?'?N'e It seem as if this were to become - one of tho letading qnestio in Parliament t -" What are we to do with our patriots ?" the high-souled gentlemen vho offlred to save the country at the rate of £00Q a-year I If the pey ianud Bill becomes Law-and oven very unimaginative persons believe it will- we will have the laudl and the patriot baud of Reformers "settled" together; gone will be the focus slandi of the learned.FoorT-th-t anti-bankl platitp!des of GumItxu BERnn will be at a diMtount. and the mountebank bellows pf Go1illa BIela I,LAts x may be heard no. more! Too bad of hMr. )larr,.to blight such a promising crop of-pa:triots. The Supreme Court crushed only flic' "occupation licences;" Dlurr ruthlessly destroys the patriots, oc pation itsyelf, ns B.otanico MuniLan would the nati,:nal , i blem of Caledonia. Why, if mlnatters co.tiluq in this fashion, we will have (eople again minding their'own proper busi e'ss. instead of'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 December 1861

'J. BRIGHTWELL, E BUI,.EEN ROAD, KEW, S(Near the B3orooowera General Cemneter,) terals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, 4, end at the shortest notice. Ti PittNG COAC.ltCr t ND IIEAItSES SUPPLIEB, I, D, THOMPSON, "GENERAL OUTFITTER,. UPPER HAWTHORN, :r.i ToAR TIH OYlRNOt 1OTllAU IIOTEL. nt to the TVictoria Inasurance C?omopany. SLATTERIE: &:Co'., INTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, ITANDARO" OFFICE,. HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher's hotel. - JAMES, H. KAY, "TER, PLUMB3ER, AND GENERAL DECORATOR, .rext the Post Offcc, Ioew, VING inaningd various Work at 1iuckingham Palace, Earl of Mansfield's, anud Stublic ]luildings and Residences In London and tester, feels confident that for quality or ness he can defy competition, ('OLOUIt?, OLAS, PAPERS, SIIEET LIsAD, ETC., AT TOWN PRJICES. JAMES MUNRO, FORESTERS' STORE, Ma Corner of Jamnes and Victbria Streets, RIOIICOND. rot IRST QUALITY MEAT. JOHN PINNIGER 9 S most res1ectfully to'EthauR the inR habitants of lHawthorn :r-the liberal pa...

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PUBLICOLA, THIRD SERIES No. XXXI. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 December 1861

PUBLICOLA, TIIIRD SERIES No. xxII. To the .Editor of the standarn. FInr,-In continuation of iny latter or essay on circunmstances, I commence by observing that our former essay seemed to point to the conclusion that mnan, was decidedly a creatuire of circumslandes in his connection with the materfal world; buto'oilng to' a peculiaritylir his constitution, as a being endowed with?a spiritual existence, lie was responsible for his use or'abuse of the circumstances which surrounded hiw. The doctrine of circumstances is but the doctrine of cause'and effect-the effect being a present, and the cause a future; circumstance. 'The acctiiulntion of these'causes and effects being, the' circumstances Lwhich have made him what lhe is, and placed hin where he is. In this sense he is .cnipletely a crea= ture of circumstances; and, although ontf'rictsbn has not strength to Understand the reason and inature of that Great First Cause who fashions all things and establishes immutable, unchanging laws'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 December 1861

KEW ]DISPAENSARY. F. BARNARD, (1fembprr of the Pharmancetical Society of Great Britain,) CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, & PERFUMER; The utmost care bestowed on the preparation of l'rescriptioils and Family llecipes. . 7.B3.-Dlrugs pnd Chemical Preparations sent out froni t ?in establishment are warranted to hb of the puroe.t hind, and charged at the most 'reasonable prices. All Patent and Proprietary 2ecdicincsof repute in stock. ERiFUMERY, SCENTED sO8 PS, &O., IN GREAT VARIETY.-TOOTHII BUSIIES, .C, HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. F. BARNARD, Chemiat; Ilegsltrar of Dirtlhs and Deaths, Kow. MRS. SPENCER & MISS DALTON, DRESSIMAKERS, bMAIN ROAD, NEAR THE POST OFFICE, HAWTHORN. STRAW AND ORINOLINE IIATS AND BONNETS CLEANED. Houses and Land for Sale, In every part of IHawthorn. Some of the MOST CH0OICE BUILDING SITES, From £30 an acre upwards. Apply to JA1IES ROBERTSON, WTEINBElRt ROAD. UPPPIER TI\WI'TIORN. CURE IS AT HA.N)D. HOLLOWAY'S OINT1YENT Scorbutic Eruptions, as Sore Ilea...

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