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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

MIEI1NGS OF 1'U13L10 IODI$. 1QJujbwrNAU ' DISThacr'ROADn Doan: meets Al ieruate Naturdayu, at the Offce, Caaaborwcl , al B p'clo.k ·pm U wTUortIN MiLawzLCLrL COUNCIL' met.s every lfrmnd ay eveoaug, at the Council Chambers at 1'i'vwr ?4uwcrruii:' COUIWIL meets acery Tuesday eaeniorg a'ttie Kow Athenwunu), at hair-past 7 plm.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

S': CW Y fl' WARty ' AND SOIENTLFIC * INSTFITUTE, °'`ch~esuree are Ictiyreio ovdry Thuraday eyezir g, °' .the Athencuin, Kcr,: on various bronches Ittcrgture, sUGOCO, and art. Commcnco .t eight. A-

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

JfA.WTIlORNU FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. I(OAD BOARDn Omnca. -This Library ii ipeii to the public qu Mondays Wednesdays anld Frdays, fqom 6 to 9 o'clock p.m 'Tllo books leit by tho Trustees of the Melbourne lPublic Tlborary ara fqr perpsal hi the Library; other books leitt by one or two' gentlemen' in the distriot. are lent to.tho.residents for reading at, theirown ShonPlse without clhgr go. :; :3 -:'

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

: B O 1BO ON DA A GBR' :EN.I' ; CEMETERY. 1 Prerint.--Messrs. Bahlnin, Denbigh, Finger, Johnson, Judd, and O'Grndy, MZ..A. M. SO'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aind confirmed, I'The Secretary reported that five interments had taken place since last meeting, and that i the r'ceipts and expenditure for the past month were-. Receipts ... ... . £i0 4 0 S Expenditure ... £31.. 2. 4 Swhich iwdild leave the trustees in debt to the i nount of £1 18s. 8d. . Resolved-That application be made to the Government for a, contribution out of the General Vote in Aid to Cemoteries towards tie improvement of the cemetery. A deed of grant of land was signed by the trustees to :John Woods, Esq., M.L.A., of Crowlands, who had purchased the samo. On application of a party residing in Richmond, the fee paid for the interment of her still-born child was remitted in cong sequence ofbeingin',distressed circumstances. , Mr. Judd proposed:that the next 'meeting ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Before P.O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Tierrey, J.P., Dr. Embling, J .P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

HAWTROLRN POLICE COURT. .,,T's:svA, J ntalnP '"7.. .,ý .fo r..O'BFrie, Es i q. J.P., Chiraina, Dr. Tierey, J.P., Dr. Lmbling, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivuun,.T.P.] ' No NAME.-John ?Wilkisoun was charged with having no name obn his dray. .The de fondant did not, appear. 'Cotistableb Phelan proved the service of the sununons!upon the defendant's father, the owner of the dray, who resides beyond the Harkaway..., Constable M'Kenzie deposed that he saw the defendant on the Hawthornroad on the 80th nlt:, with no name on hisdray. When he spoke to him about it, he said he did not know the plate was off, and stated that the dray belonged to his father.-Fined 5s. and 2s. Od. codts. In default 48 hours' imprisonment. DAMxAoIN PnornrTx.-James Briant was summoned by William Henry Smilth with damaging property to the value of,20s. ,The plaintiff did not appear, and the defendant applied for costs. Mr. O'Brien told.the de fendant he had been beforoe tho court repeat. edly, and as he had no reason to do...

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EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

EXPLORATION.. . AT last, we suppose, " The Commission" has bondafide concluded its inquiry-if inquiry it could be called-and what end is achieved ? We answer,nothing. No satisfactory solution, becauso it inquired at the wrong end. Dr. MUELLER, the Chief Justice, DM'DonuouH what did these witnesses depose P Nothing. Courtesy, we suppose, put Sir W. STAWELL ini the box; if not, why was he there rt all'? BEnAx and WaanT--these.are the alleged delinquents. Are they ? Dr.. BEnKRu throws light upon the track, but that will not be traccd'up. He clearly shows that there was somethingwrong about the un'fortunato leader of this most calamitous"tearawnay" expedition. Why did the Commission not inquire from the beginning to the end? Ugly things might have turned up ! It might have proved that the Committee selected the wrong man, and in a method neither ingenuous nor honest. Curious rumours are and have long been afloat upon this point-rumours pointing to, trick and' dodgery,-by which even the ...

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

-WAJthA1py Th 'POST OFFOID. c1Th'e Mail irrives from'Melbourno on Tuosdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at noon. Closes for llelbourne on Ipandays, WYednesdays,. and Fridays at 0.30 .m. '..: ,_ HEWVITT, POSnin@8tor.

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

Thie Mail arrive from Melbourne, "&c., on Tlues itias,; iTltiradeays, iid Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes 'for~Melbblirne bn Mondayse Wedncsdays amid Fri dayseatnO.S0 a.mn .i" T. W. Gn? , Postmaster.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

!I11A'W LOr l '. LITERARY ABSSOCIA TION. Tui Ti'i~ib .er, while thankfully acknowledg ing6ofSubript the rceipt of'Suberiptio to the extent of:£809 10.:, would 'respectfully urge. upon, Mo?ibers' oftbo ?opiety the necessity of im-. medilatcly sending in their donations; and Ior receiving Whiyi h Mr Toon will .be.. in at tiidnc??ce at tho.Council Chamber on the oveninogs of , ednlidsday, and Fri da~~nd giyLe iLeoipta~ . therefor, The Score tary ?vill deliver Cards of Membership on production of the Treasiurer's receipt. JAMilES L1MAASSEY, Ilon. Sec.

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

BOX HILL POST OFFICE.   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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

r11i ? followin' USE FUL, ARTIOLES " Prepared and Soll.bhy.the Undersignudsi Superior black and coloured, Inks : ild' Ilevivsr, for cleaning pictute frames, gilt -nhouldingA, &e. J 'Aqid for cleaning and rirstoring plated goads, l ulishing ;Oil for lurnoiluru SV'rniule'.4br fly-sh'itsa Pr lnred Paper -fore o.$'" SItack and transparent Tracing Paper for copying And a variety of mciscellaneous useful articles. Oi' aintings, Engravings, Maps, &c, cleaned and varnisheld.- 'Marblo Chimney. pieces cleaned OCedar, ditto varnished. Commission Agent for the ntoe and purchase of Paper-hangings and all articles required for deco rative purposes. J,, CLAR EE, Mfanufacturer and . 'atyling Agent, SEYTbOUR COTTAGc, CAO BliRWELL , BLACK BALL GENERAL STORE,.. Established. 1855. G. BEESTON S lias on Salo- Taas a cdbilcon, Sinclair's and Kilngan's Cheqese, Cheddar and Dunlop "TidL ýCongou, 'rangd I'eke, Gunipowder ' Salmon in Illb. and l21bs . lobsters alnd oysters do. Tuirbot, herring...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No, II. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

PUBLICOLA, roUIsTH egErze, No, u. :Lb .s 0 4 'g/idikn-* ;'slis 'rSlabtn il, 8lsliMyprosent essayis to take a review ofthings S ethey ame in connection with society as it is.' My SobJect for doing so is to factltate the anlyals of the c sl4s..wbih'prodtc e imany of the evils we complain of.:and:'aeck-reformaitio.ftbr.: "EvilIli reniedlablb w.henit emanates.from'oui.own inexperlenceor folly, ::hlt is; our ant giving duoe attention to the fairj'ihich regulate results; irremediableo lheh it° exists,' inade pendesnt of circumstancej beyond our control, ;or by Sthose laws of nature which requires temporary. par. 'tial dvil, to seci'roean'iltimate universal g(od. `The foruier is our legitimate -sphere for endeavour, the ? latter for the exercise of rational resigitation-thepne being the buainess, and tlhe other'the religlon, of life. or the two great general influences which govern 1), : 4bour, op tl?' occupation of the people, claims our first consideration; capital, or the: accumulation,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

E)lNDERS ar nrclequired fromu Legally Qualified S i I?)CAI J,'I.'II'iiNItINbS, for M. di I~n c, ILeehes, ad Medical AttendanceI, s., for the )olmers aon th;ir ondilieo of the IItILOUNI)AI.A ` l O I ) . : O F O( ) 1 I ,1 I 'iIL , O W ? . A l . U . . : jol;rs to state i:t what BuI , per annum, for ingl ile sbeue, and fir what suin for ,lembers? : Families. The lowest tender not necesqarily - .eptetd, Tenders to be sent in on or beflre 22nd Stit lrt , pur ieiular.s, apply to V. LLOYD, uther, Main road, IHswthorn. nEnNDlR\ S requited for ADDITIO.NS to J' the Hi te, .C l .? ENGLAND, Blackburn ree Nimaw5htin. Btonework, Brickwork, nnd ,latinls, in on 'utnader-hbtour only. Also, fur Car `rlte:?. \Work, 1'.inting, and Glazing;--materisls - ilan? ad spleifi ations to be seen at the office of ',n4 4lis h iaper. i' ' c ri.o be sent to this office on or before Morn fý- ne..t, the 13 January, at 6' o'tio k p.m. i 'rue TTrustees do not blnd themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. T IE I AW...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

LW MUNICIPAL COUNOIL. TUEnDAY, JAiNuAY 7. sent-G. Wharton, Esq., .Chairn~un, illort Derrick, Halfey, los Cranwoll, fminlutes of the previous meeting were ud confirmed. CORRlESrONDENOB.1 In the Cntral Board of tHealth, for ga series of questions to be 'answered local report, and giving certain in Ione as to the preparation of the report. erred to tile Health Officer. + PUrIIo WOIItKS UaOnT. l Chairmn, brought up and read the IIg report- :. . .. SPl'ublic Works committee would re S llnd that the Acting . Sdrveyor be for to remove a few loads of white Sor the repair of tile Bulli: rbad; to StIo the lilnisheod portion o6' that road ý hg tiloh l e ry o that he inspect Connor's eCrek il ordeltr to repair the samein t Io thd Prince conniltteC thao n". I al... d, to W. Woollard, for 1ýid ay' " O. WnAntrI Ol' nhmarinn., a' rt lwai adopted', BYE-LAW NO. 6. . t The Town Clerk rportedthat he had canlled hpon the Town Clerk of-East Colliugwood in reference to the driving of cattle, and was in- r...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

s IIAWTHION MUNIOIPALCOUNCIL. f MoNDwYr, J UARn 6. Preseit- M. O'Grady, Esq.,, M,L.A., Chiiriman, Councillors. Lansly, Hill, Con ran, M'Dougall, Bragge, and.Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and coiiflrnied. CORREfI'ONDENOE. To J. Steavenson,Esq.,forwardingvouchers for payment of £272. 5s. to mheet the saino amount received from the Hawthorn Toll Fund for the. quarter ending September 30th. .To-the Department of Roads~and Bridges, asking if Mr. Powis was employed by the de partment to ascertain the state 'of the Main road; and if so, what was the'object.:contemn plated ? .From the Central .Board 'of hIealth, for warding questions to be answered in the local report--Referred to the Health committee. F 'rom the BoroondaraDistrict Road Board, asking the Council to'join them in making a stone culvert at Camberwell. Councillor Bragge said, before the letter was referred to the Public'Works committee, he wished to know if they could co-operate in this work. Was any p...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1802. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

,tbtJ t Atb _AJtOurus *taltlarbr . .- RIDADY,. JANUARTYY ;10th, ,1802.. aE' HawtlIorn municipal rate is at length flxedat si xpenco in the pound, after a gallant but fruitless endeavour on the part of Coun. pillor M'Dotonai;L to got a rate more suited to the requirements of the district; and now the Council is condemued to a period of coin. parative inai:tion, listomiihg to complaints of bad toads, !leatroyed bridges, and danigerous watercourses, which they are powerless to rem?ed??. It may be all very well to express regret that the worlks cannot be carried on for want of funds, bh?t the ratopayers will hluow .that..tho fault lies entirely with the Council, 'and will 'appreciate their services a cordingly. "The appeal rnado by. Councillor CAOlrnELtr, to what he was pleased to call the injustice of the new assessinont roll, and theo. manner in which be proved it were uniquo specimensi of reasoning... I [econdemand it because the valuation was not based on last year's roll. Of course...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 January 1862

7?Q0IS AND NEWS. We understand that it is contemplated to formally open the now Town Hall at Haw. thorn with a local horticultural exhibition, and a meeting of the usually . successful growers and exhibitors, and gentlemen hay ing lnrgo gardens in the Municipality, has been conv.ened for Saturday evening next,. at half past seven o'clock, to discuss the neces sary arrangements, . An accident which might have been atten ded with serious consequenccs, occurred a few days ago opposite the Sir Robert, Nickle Hotel, Hawthorn. It appears that Mlrs. O'Shanassy, the wife of our Chief Secretary, and some members of the flunily were pro. ceeding along the road in their carryall, and when opposite the above hotel, orn of the horsps got his leg over the traces and fell; the vehicle overturned, and. its occupants wore thrown out. Mrs. O'Shanassy sustained some slight injuries, but the romairnder of tmoparty escaped without injury. The cause of the vehicle ovprturning was said to be the roundness...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE BY TELEGRAPH VIA INDIA, RUMOURED WAR WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

LATEST INTELLTGENCE IlY TELEGRAPH VIA INDIA, RUMOTRED WAR WITII AMERICA. "A serious difficulty has arisen betwen England and the Northern States.of America.. War not im probable, The export of saltpetro from Great Britain has been prohibited,. Great excitement prevails. Consols lower one and one-fourth per cent. Cotton one penny lower," A postscript to above telegram is as follows. "Rumoured'that war has actually been deolared, but cannot vouch for the truth of it., LONI)ON, Nov. 26. There had been several violent gales on the English and Irish coasts, and in tlu Chamnel, and mnore wore foretold. Healtvy dlsasters were reported from sea, Four large'steamers wrecked. Great. excitement has been crated at Southamp ton by the arrival there of .the Confederato war steamer Nathville, with the crow of a prize, the ITar voy Birch, that she had destroyed In fe ,llritish Channel. It is supposed that the neutrality of Eng land will he violated if the Nashville is permited to refit at Southampt...

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LABOUR—CAPITAL—WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

LA0IIOUl-CAPrI'AL-WWEhALTII. L?ahour is thie creator-capital the accumulation .-wealth tho result, What the unit is to thie sum total, that Is labour to e-pital, Take" away or mnl.splnce the former, and you limit the increase or crealt alnfloulai in the other. They can only pro telro honoelllnl results when thy' each hold their proper place in the addition, and by mntualaction and renetion increaso the power of both. I,alour.-IHo that sows. an acorn in the faith that it will one day become an oak, is a labourer for ind a I eneilter of ýposter'ity. iTe that fellsand t'ashinns it to its uses In abenefiter of his gene ralion.. Laboull is a colnpetitlvo power, whether exerelsed by nature or art over striving to attain excellence. It is only by strife that its ultimate results can lie secured. I,abotur Is of two kinds, mental and bodily. The one mauy he said to hbo the directing, the other the servlloti prinlcple of it. Mental htbotur or effort itcquirces it I;nowleulgo and preserves at ...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. III. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

rUBLICOLA, vonwnt asnusl, No. II. To the Editor of the Standard. Stn,=-I hold It as a truth that the requirements of the times for the conduct of its business arrange 'ments are a rule of action, which, whilst It secures from the operations of al unjust competition indi.' vitual system, also stops short of a system-which ,destroys individual effort. Both the competitive and the co-operative systems in their extremes tend to. create evils of groat magnltudo-the one overtaxing, either our mental powers or physical exertions by constant care and anxioty, na'well as exhaustion; .of our frame, destroying all power for the' enjoy-. ments,of lil'e; and the othorbreeding a disposition to ileness and carelessness, by depondhig upon 'that being doile by others which we ought to do for ourselves. To combine with equity so mucli of the ,conipotitive systoemni as shall secure necessity for. individual exertion, and assooliativenss to such an extent as shill preserve the equilibrium ; of both,, w...

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