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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
, BRIGIITWELL, PUTRNISHING ýBULLEEN ROAD, KEW, '(Niar the Boroondara General CCenmeleir.)I Fuierals F?urnished on the most reasonable terms, ..? and at the shortest notice,. - : oUDRNINGf 0ACooIIEQAND IiARts5ESY SUPPLIED j :IS: D THkPSONi! E NE O xTI ;0;0 1' TRITTTE;rt S U : PPER. HAWTHORN, SLATTERIE & ,Co" PRIINTERS, 1BO OKSELLERS, ?AND STATLONERS, "STANDARD " OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Nea6r Tletcihe'as otel. 'JAMES H, KAY, PAINTREI,, PLUMBERI , NlD "GENERAL DECo ATOR,. ' .AVTING. mananged various ~Work :ut ]- Buckinghaimn Palace, Earl of Mansfield's, and thorPublic lulldings and Itesidences in London andl Manichester, feels, confident that ',for quality or 'heapnoss he can defy.coiipotltiion, TTS, COTeLOURS, OlAiS, rPA.E1ts, SUEET ?LEAD, ETO., AT TOWN PRICES. -J. B. BELLETT, hAY AND CORN DEALER,' SPIOPLL'S STORE, MAIN ROAD, HA W.TH OR N,?;'."."_ - ;:'.. , nlay, Cll, i, Oat', Irini, Maie,'&c., at'Melbourne. Prices for Ready Cash. CnAAFF CUT Oa rits PREIIScES, 'InsT QUALITY ...
BOROONDARA. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Saturday, June 8th, 1861. Present—The Chairman (M. Blanksby), Messrs. Kent, Logan, Irwin, and Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
BOROONDARA. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ~Stv,rc!ry, JTio 81,., 1801.. Pre3ent--The Chairman (M:. B!auklbiy), Mcssrs. Kent, Logan, Irwin, and Huinter. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEWCE. To the IIon. .T. ]1.' Brookeo,'M.L.A., dated 27th. May, forwarding petition for a farmer's common, signed by 23 residents holding 2,007 acres. To Mr. W. Culsby, Chairman of the Nunawading Road 3Board, dated 28th May; in reference to repairs to Boundary-road and repai'rs to Main Gipps Land-road. To R. M'Cluro, Esq., Chairman of the Road Board Conference, dated' 27th May, forwarding resolution of the Board, relative to the subjc?t of immigration proposed to be introduced into the District Councils Bill. To Mr. J. W. Sage, dated 31st May, in reply to letter of the 24th, stating that on his erecting a building on the land belonging to him he can turn the water from the cul vert complained of. To the Chairman of the Oakleigh ani1 Mulgrave Road Board, dated 31st May, in re...
MELBOURNE AND SUBURBAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
'MELBOURNE AND SUJ3UIRBAN . 1.AILWAY. A. nmeeting was hold on iMlondn.y avening last, at'the Govei'nor lIothainr I~otfol,'tb take into cousideratiofi the piopol?ed discontiiu auco of trallic onl the lawthorn'lino of rail way. M. O'uav?r, Esq., the chairman of the LMunicipal Council, presilded, and opened tho business of the meeting by referring to an advortiucment which appeared in the Ayqus soin 'few ilays back, cenyonioing i ijceting of the sharclif?lers in thel aboveo company, ior tho purposo, aimongst otllhr lhtsinis;of l' is cussing the desirability of closing tihe faw thorn line. lie neuid not' toll them r, hat would be the effect of this o thtll?i'diijtrit. LThe collpany had ohthaindd fir om thlt dCl"irn" ment the iuso of 'ithinit 0 aleres of the most valiiablhe lhid hii thie colony on the express condition of their making a railway to flaw thorn, and he refcrred to two clauses of the Act, froth Whicli it appeared they had not thd' pbwcr of cloAhing the line without the :ntnt...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 11. Present—G. Wharton, Esq., Chairman' Councillors Halfey, Cranwell, Derrick, Lewis, and Carson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
ICI I 1EW tMUNICIPAL COUU NCIL. t 6 TuEsDAYT JUNE 1ý. ies.nt -G. Wharton, Esq., Chairman; Counctillors lLalloy, Ciran wel l, Derrick, hi-e Iaid Carson. Thei?hinutes of the preyious meeting were, yeand ad confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To the Hon. the Treasurer, applying for othe sum of £500 to be paid over to the Coulnil: ,T L,tie lion. 1. lccales, Chief Secretary ofý Victoria, forwarding the original bye-law respe~ting footpaths and water-channels. To' Messrs. Mitchell and others, returning ai' iihfoinol petitioi. To the lChairman of the Hawthorn Bench, for~iiding the Attorney-General's opinion as ftiFe jurisdiction of that court in appeals riomni.thle Kiw Municipal assesamnent. Fro?i~i the Towin Clerk, asking that two anlmberiii of the Finance Conun ttce be ap pomini'e to audit his accounts weekly. Oi n the motion of p??ihncillor Lewis, se conded by Councillor Derrick, Councillors Czarsonb and ilalfev were ;appointed for that !rin Mr. C. Mayes, respecting the Ilaw thor railwhay, and u...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. Present—M. O'Grady, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Campbell, Lansly, Couran, M'Dougall, and Bragge. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
.HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNDSDAY, JUNE 12. P1rescnt-M. O'Grady, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Campbell, Lansly,. Conran, M'Dougall, and Braggc. Minutes of previous nqgeting reqd' and conlihined. COnBESPONDENCOE. To the lion. J. M. Grant, MI.L,A,, .Om mis ioner of Public Works dated 6th June, forwarding plafis'of the liroposed court-hous9 and municipal buildings for approval. ' To Messrs. HIymen and othlers, dated 7th June, acpknopledging. receipt of mem.Qrial respecting rep?irs to footpath on Main-road. To.M?essirs: Kennedy, Woolnoiigh, ifid others, dated 7th June, acknowledging re ceipt of memorial respecting formation of ]larton-strdet. To ~Ir. J, Scott, dated 7th inst., conveying ii.e tl anks of the Council for sketch p)lan o.0 reserve, and for taking care of plants from Ilotanical Gardens. I 'p,G. Wylilrton, Bsq., J.P., President.of Kew. Muniiipality n?i} Mr. Blanksby, chair nian of the Boroondira :District' Road Board, dated .7th inst., inviting them to attend the ~ublic me...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 11. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman; Hon. T. Power, and Dr. Tierney, J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 June 1861
IlAWVTIIOIN POLICE COU TI'. Tur;sAY, Juisi 11. [Before P. O'Britn, Esq., J.P., Chairman; Hon. T. Power, and Dr. Tierney, .T.P.'s.] 'Thomas Elliller, who was charged by Con. stable Gray with carrying passengers in excess of license, and whose case has been twice before the Court, was again brought up.' Mfr. Cookman appeared for the defence, and submittcd that his client bore a good character, as the police could testify, and hoped their Worships would deal leniently with him. The Bonch inflicted the lowest fine allowed by the bye-law of the City of Melbourne I0s., and 2s. Od. costs. .Eliza Grice v. fEdward .~af Graf,--As sault. No :ppearance. Nathan I ouan was charged by Constable M'Kenzie with having no namo on his dray. Constable Wright said the defendant was gone to the diggings, and his wife was unable to attend. F1ined 2s. Gd., and 2s. Od. costs. CowAxintY AssaurL.--itartin Brtanley, ll/ichael flines, JTames R yan, and .Patrick R11aa were charged by Thomas Simpson and .Tames Dun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
TO PA°I~ENTS AND HIEADS OF F1A1MILIES. 'For want of timely care Millions have died of medicable wounds." DR. L. L SMITH'S ' GBTABL I..PILLS & iti f t c st t. These .'ills cure : Bilious Complaliits ' ' Pains in tie Iead Diseases of the Stomach Lowness of Spirits and Bowels . Bpasms Sick Headache Palpitations scurvy Dyspepsia Gravel Feverislhness L'ostiveness :Blotches on the Face ileartburn Skin Eruptions Flatulence lPiles Giddiness THE' OINTMiENT. Is, espeeially adapted for "Dgigr's Wounds, oha tahied by the jarring of the pick, also for Scrofuilous Sores B ldness i Burns .' Old Ulcers. Skild Eruptions . Scalds . Gouty and Rheumatic Scaidhead pains Swellings, &e, No Pills are genuine unless they; have the signs: ture Louis L.1 Smith, on a red cover durroundlin each box, and on the lid, inside, a pourrait of the Doctor. ' ' These medlcines, Dr. Smith wishes it thoroughly to he underst bd, have gained the reputation they now hold in public. In consequence of their hav...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
NEW ZEALLAND. *Tarnriaki pipers to the 11th of May, and Anok- 8 land papers to the 24th of May, have been receivedd Agve'rting to the present critical state of matters c among the natives, particularly with reference to the e Maori King movement, a Taranaki paper remarks :- n "Latest' intelligence from the South by no means t favours the hope of trauquillity wllich recent events have seemed to promise. A contemporary states that 'a party of VWaikatos, headed by the chief Rowl, came down to Waltotara, and report that the r Ngatirnanuis do not accept the terms, as they in- u tend to join the King natives. These Wanlkatos iave corte down to ask the Waitotaras to return the £500 given themu in May, 1859, its an instalment of the purchase-money of land between there and n Watgang d, so that tie land may belong to the King. a It is probable they have other objects in view, but d they have not transpired.' Fromt the intelligence a they bring, it appears tiat the Waikatos are deter nined to...
LOSS OF THE NEW YORK PACKET SHIP MIDDLESEX, AND FORTY-FIVE LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
LOSS OF THIE NEW YORK PAOKET 8111P MIDDLESEX, AND FORTY. FIVE LIVES. (rFuos.Tna Tisxa, ArnoL 25.) A most distressing shipwreck, attended with se rious loss of life, has been made known at Lloyd's- the aband nment of the ship Middlesex, 1,423 tons register, a fine Liverpool and New York trader, com manded by. Captain Ilarmer I'arnoleeo, which took' place on the 10th Just. in the Atlantlc, a few hundred nileo off the Irish coast, whiloon an outward passage to New York, aild which there can be no doubt shortly foundered, withl forty.five souls on board.. The Middlesex appears to have been an American built ship, owned by :Messrs. Edward St. Innes and Co., of New York, where sihe was registered as an A 1 ship, built at'Connectieut, in 1853. She cleared from Liverpool dock on .the 17th of last February for Now York, her cargo cotisisting chiefly of coal and crockery, shipped by Messrs. Ilarris and Co., and consigned to the Manallathon Gas Company, New York. She sailed on the follow ing d...
BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
?n?x HmILL IObsT OFFICE. Tho Mail arrivos from Mielbourno, &c., on Tnes days, Thursday?, and Saturdiys, at I a.m. Closes at Box O Haill ot Mondays, W1ednesdays, s?nd Fridays, t noon. " .-r . , . . .f.", ?&uainAv. Postmaster.
BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
BRUSuY cI?EEiC P~OST OFFICE. The Mail nrrives romn Melbourne, &e., on Tues days, Thursdays, and.Saturdays, at 1 p.ml. Closes ifr Meolbotlre on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days, at 9.9O a~m. . ,. BI.ismN, Postmaster. n0
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; and the Hon. T. H. Power, J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
IIAWTIIO1iN POLICE COUR0I'. TuEsaD, Jua n 18. [Before P. O'Brion, Esq., .T.P., Chairman; and the ihn. T. It. Power, JT.P.'s.] I'ail and Conquest V. ITazzard.--Wor and labour, £10 1ls. Mr. Vining appeared for the plaintifh.. In stating this csise Mr. Vining said that I when the matter was brought before the Court last week the defeudsut's wife accused i the plaintiffs of destroying the books. This charge was never made agaiust them before the case canme into court. William Vail produced his book, in which he deposed hie entered all monies received by him and his partner. Ie would swear to the correctness of that account. Had asked for the balance several times. Thomas Conquest deposed that lihe believed the entries in Vail's book Were correct. lie dlid not make the entriea himself, but was I pro sent when all the payments were made. The defendant said lie had paid all but 18s. of the account between him and plain tiffs, and called John Oswin, who deposed that lie mad entries of monie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
J. BRIGHTWELL, S1'1" ISIII\(i llULLE:EN ROAD, KEW, (NA'irn tlie Ilu'oondura General Cemetery.) Joncrals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, andtl at the shortest notice. uiNeIeRNIN 'OACI[HES AND) REARBEB BUPPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTTFITT ER, UPPER HAWTHORN, EAt THE OOYERNOR H]OTIHAM HOTEL. ent to the Victoria Insurance Company. SLATTERIE & Co., JRINTERS, BOOK8ELLERS, AND STATIONERS, 'STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Nsear Fletcher's Hotel. JAMES H.. KAY, INTER,1'hLUMBER, AND GENERAL DECORATOR, Next the Post Ofice, Kew,'t AVING managed Various Work at Buckhnghatn Palace, Esirl of !ansfield's,' and er Public Buildings and Residences in London aiid rnchester, feels confident that for quality or capness he can defy competition. LS, COLOURS, OLASS, PAP'ERIB, SIIEET LEAD, ETO., AT TOWN PRICES.', J. B. BELLLET.T, 'HAY AND CORN DEALER, 1'EOPL:.'S STORE, MAIN'ROAD, HAWTHOR N. ay, -Chalr, Outs, Bran, leizce, &c., at Melbourhe Prices for Ready Cash. CnArr cur ox rmi Pns...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861
S IIhATWELt, P]'OST OFFICE. Thoe Moail arrivos fr'om Mclourno, &c., on Mon adays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Closes at llartwell for. Melbourne, &c., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and 8atuidays;,at I1.30, a.m. SIt. IItRtx;, Plostmastor.