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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

AMIERICA. On the Potoman the two armies under Generals 3M'Ciellan.and Beauregard, each numbering 250,000 men, still face each other, and do nothing. Not a single incident worth reporting has occurred in this quarter, excepting a disastrous and disgraceful de feat of a body of Federals near Leesburg. ' This is called the battle of Bull's Bluff. The Federal naval expedition has captured Port Royal, after a bom.. bardment, and lanied 15,000 at Beaufort, in South Carolina, the town and neighbouring plantations having previously been destroyed by the Confeder' ates. On the Lower Potomac,the Confederates have withdrawn a large portion of their force for the pro. tection of the points in the South threatened by the Federals: Two engagements have taken place at Bcllmont, in Missouri, the Federals losing from 300 to 500 men, and the Confederates also suffering severely. General Scott has retired. from the :com mend.in-chief of the Federal forces, and has arrived in [New?] England, General..l...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

ARRIVAL OF TIE ENGLISH MAIL. Tho ilenares reached Iobson's Bay ,on Sunda'. night, with the English November malls. , Th fol lowing important teldgrams are of later date than the intelligence in the London journals: [PER REUTER'S TELEGRAMS,. VIA ALEX ANDRIA.] LONDON, Nov. 27. Slidell and Massey, Confederato commissioners, wero'forcibly taken out of the English maill steamer Trent,'whilo on a voyag from Havana to St. Thomas, by.United States frigate San Jacaito. Consols declined to 03). LIVERPOOL, Nov. 27. American man-of-war stopped British West Indian Mail steamer, and, took out two Southern commis sioners. Feeling here very strong against the North. Baron Tecco, Sardinian ambassador at the. Court of Spain, has received his passports, and quitted Madrid on the 27th, in consequence of Spain refusing to give up Neapolitan archives.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 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 — 17 January 1862

[ME.DICAL. , U:NE ItS aire Rlequired from Legally Qualified i 31I AL. PIIAOT'L'TIONEItS, for Mcdi. i, I.ec hes, and Medical Attendanco, &o., for the ieici erand their Families of the BOROON.I)AIA D?'' ))I'; (F O)I)DFELLOWS, M.U. IuTrndcirs to state at what sunm, per annum, for `:?angle Members, and for what sum for IMembers ,5td , liuies. The lowest tender not nececssarily cEiptcd. Tenders to be sent in on or before 22nd ~'jur further particnlars,. apply to S. LLOYD, etchelr, Main road, lfawtltorn. TlE 1IA-WTIIOR1NE ATIONAL SCHOOL :WILLt i .O PIN, MONDAY, JANUARY, 18TH. k 1 CANCIIES FOR 3BOARD?ERS. lE following USEFUL ARTICLES. Prepared and Sold by the Undersigned: Superior black and coloured Inks.. Gold Revivor, for cleaning picture frames, gilt mouldiigs, &c. Liquid for cleaning and restoring plated goods l'olishing Oil for furniture Varnish for fly-sheets Prepared Paper for do. Illock and transparent Tracing Paper for copying d a variaty of miscellaneous useful ar...

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SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT ALDERSHOT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

SHOCKING TRAGEDY,AT ALDERBSHOT. Late on Wednesday night a terrible afihir occurred in R lines, south camp, Aldershot, a sergeant-major, of the 3rdi battalion military train, named Leslie Kennedy, being shot by a man of the same battalion, named John Nicholas. From hat wwo have been able to gathlr, the flcts are as follows:--On Wcednes" day-night there was an amateur performance at the camp theatre by the non-commissioned omficers and men of the 8rd battalion military train, at which performanceo: Kennedy was .acting stage-manager, and his attempted murderer one of the performers. hel playbills of theoevening announced Whitebait at Greenwcl, ( the part of Benjamin Buzzard by John Nicholas. Subsequently it was discovered that an. other nmn -was more suitable for that part, and Sergeant.major Kennedy was one of tho, committee who decided that Nicholas should not play .the part, and it was Jglyen-.to Sergeant Ward, Tho perform ance comilonced at half past. eight, and Nicholas was one of...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

FOREIGN NEWS. The great event of the month in France has been the announcement by the Government of its financial difficulties. The deficit acknowledged is not less than £40,000,000. The Emperor surrenders for the future the prero gative of controlling the finances of the state, and has appointed MI Fould as Minister of Finance. The Italian Parliament re-assombled on the 20th November, and the final propositions made to the Pope, and rejected by him, have been communicated to the Chambers. The following is a 'summary:- The Pope and the cardinals are to preserve their dignity and inviolability, Full liberty is guaranteed to tlhe Sovereigni Pontifi'for hIis acts of divine rights as chief of the church. The Pope is empowered to send nuncios to communicate with the bishops and the faithful, and to convene synods and councils without thoe intervention of the Government. The King of Italy renounces his riglht in respect of eccle siastical benefices The Italian Government relin quishes-all...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

HAWTHORN M?NICIPAL COUNCIL. A Speciali'neting of'the Cooincil was held last Monday evening to consider and decide on appeals agaiilst the municipal assessment. There were present-M. ,O'Grody, Esq., M.L.?A., Chairiman, Couincillors Hill, Coinran, Bragge, and Campbell; The Chairmi.ti opened tlie proceodinigs- by saying that tih. Coutncil were desirous of hearing andy objection the ratepayers might have to the inew assessmeiit roll, so as to avoid as far as possible tlid'inessity~' for ap pealingu to thie'Court of Petty Sessions. • Tho Couned'hadionly one objbct' in viewr, and that wris to iilake a ''fai arid edqictabl vail nation of the property. They hadathoieforb called this ueeting to.give the ratepayers an opportunity of stating their objections to the assessment. The }Ion, JT. II. Power, M.L.C.; was' the ftrst who appealed. H-e said. it wa's not so' much against the amount of tie assessment as against tle system adopted in the valua tion that hmý appealed. lie would like to know ...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

SRIDAY,. JANUIARY 17th, 1862. A,OntEAT difference of opinion appears to exist angigt tlihe itejayers of Hawthorn as to thbequity of theo,principle adopted by the valuttors in assessing the property within the Mfunicipality. In the otitset it' may be 'as well to state exactly what, that principle is. In:assessing house property it is their custom to iakel an estimate of what the annual rental would be, supposing the house to be let to a tenant. In assessing landed property, the valuatoid calculate tho price it would be likely to bring in the market, and put down eight per cent as the annual value. It is on this latter point-the valuation of land-that the great difference of opinion oxists. At first sig!t' it Iiay seem anomalous that house propoity should be valued by the actunalrental, and that a different system should be adopted with land; .but any person acquainted with the district will admit that letting land for grazing purposes within this Municipality is the least profitable ...

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THE NEW ATTORNEY-GENERAL AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 17 January 1862

THE NEW ATTORNEY-GENERAL AT MEL- BOURNE - We extract the following from the Liverpool Mercury : -"Mr. Butler Cole   Aspinall, who has just been appointed At torney-General at Melbourne, Australia, is a remarkable instance of a successful career, even for a new country. He is not much more than 30 years of age. He was called to the bar of the Middle Temple in 1853, and proceeded early in the following year to Mel bourne, with an appointment on one of the local journals, having already shown con siderable literary ability in some contributions to the London press, besides being distin guished as one of the most brilliant speakers at the Eclectic Debating Society. Upon his arrival he leaped at once into success. Jour nalism promised well, but the bar offered him higher temptations. The riotous gold-diggers at Ballarat were in trouble, and Mr. Aspinall was the counsel selected to defend them. He accomplished this work with such vigour and ability as to create for himself a ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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AN EXPLANATION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

AN XP.L' :.\ N ATION . f/b l'/o AEdilor of /lw S/tadh'd. Sir.--Ti'reply to M3r. IHepburn's letter iin oOIr is.?ueof ti da(y, it seLems to iW. that Mr. 'Jr.'s e'troiitery exceeds most peolple's, when he unsae fi' his own purposo some remarks of Ione mlade in a joellal r mian ter to hinm, and 1then coolly to give his owi meauning to theml. I am surprised antd ainnoyeld thati this gentle. iman should so tthr hav( forgotten himself as to rush into pri?nt and attempt to imake me say what I' neither said or mueaunt. It is Iulgen tleoanuuly, I take it, of any one to publish rc marnksmniade in tihe imanner they were; and, in order to give your readers. n an ccount of of what did occur, and to refresh that gen tlemnan'ei innmory, i1. may primise tnhat the nlhmir took placo at the corner of larkly road, oni Wedsiesday morning last, wheulMr. I [ep. burn c6iinenced by asking me it' I got his letteri.'/l. answered " Yes." Mr. II.-" Did you readl it td the Counleil ?" I replied " No." HI ow wVas ...

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KEW SUB[?]CRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

}i V SUIIB-OUIUTl IOŽ LIBRARY. In (coiflcxiOti with t he abov fltstint tC, open~ pvery evbnlng, Sunda;, exceLLpted, fromt to 10 li.ni. (pr membersor only. -- ,-0---ý

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

ORIP1 IGI FA CO I ItHI PON1)[ XC1E. jr 1'4V l ferl, j lif l/s r t i ~r r inn il 14 Soniirii B() RIiz. filAND1.1ul1 qutr t he ulrlhl!utircrlrrl by (! name c rrrrl u.1l ii uaqu,'rutuilh'L 1/' /piinluu',t/il, u! lI'ulilnr in tnot ro. ejuuRui/tk~itr the ojiuiuuntx 4l hit COntrponj lunt~i

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

- IfAW(T'IOIORN 1'0:-'I O1iWJOI0I, CfIaOc MIuil arrives fromn ~Iulhoutrno &c., lt .4.5 P.III. Iani 1.13 p.m daolly. Clouse at Iiawllthorun Ib Mellbourne, &c., at 7.4: nand 2.11 pi.m. Ileacsving l iX12 lit Mr. K~irwoodis, Kew NOW. J1aclIIrt I and tt Mir. Morrow's, zissai Ruod, ýj1,Crp llawthorui. * ~Ir, 1)IcstsoN, 1'ostnaster,

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

K EW I'(ISP OFICE. c7jie.Jbril nrrires, frollj'4lclbouruc, Cc., at 10 a~lm. aitiy. Closes tfr Melbournec at I p.111. 1's. 11. Kl:Li.:rrT, Vuostiaster. -0

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

CKEIWliM:It lPAL COUNCIL. TuEs'uiro JxAiiu n 21, 'Present-JTohn lhalley;E?sq., Chairman, Couneilloki's Whart oi, Deirick, ,Fox Carson, andl Cri itell : i The minutes of the previous niceting were read and confirmed. " , ~~+ . .?'OnltI~'BOXDBi3EN.. , 1' roie thli nspector of N isnnaces, ireporting that about two loads of ruibbish. had been delposited on the Cothamn road, opposite Dr. Embling's,'wlicht iialikely to prove dangerous by frightening horses ;and that le could not ascertain.who deposited the rubbish. `"Councillor F'ox said ho called Constable Gray's atteniitio to.the rubbish, a0nd1 it was his olinion that it had beentithrown outfi'oni the houses opposite, as the heaps had inicreased in quantity., Besides, the nature oftthe rub bish was coniclusive evidence, as it consisted of bottles,tins, ec. The heaps were exceed; in ly dangerous in their'pre~sent position. "Councillor Whlarton suggested :that the rubbish should be taken away; , if, it, was so daligerous as represented by...

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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

SHARTWEw, PuST OFFICE. The Aflgil, nrrjvp frpin nrrivlalnr .c &., on Mton lay.s, Ng dYcsd siys"yg gI ld)flhys at }1 amtn. Closac llt Iartwull for . MeImlturuW, "&c., qml TlIcslays fImursdliys, and Sttumlrdnay, at I1 40 'll.ti

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

l TIRN OiMUNLCIPAL COUNCIL. j oMoSn.lY, JsuiuARu 20. sent--3. 0 Grad, 'sq., M.L .;, ranu, Councillor ' Lainsly, Iill, Con l' Dougall, anti Campbell. mihiutes of the last ordinnry and spoe C oetings were read and conlirined, I C OnltlI5?, l?].L DE ,, {U ,,i . the Chief Secretary, forwardinghbye-lawv , for levying a rate of Od. in the £. It. Kent, 'Esq, Chairman of the Bo= ,ara District Road Boaid;- decliiing:to ' rate in constructing a cuilvPe' outside he unicipal boundary. S it:. Mt'Clure, lEsq., Ohairman.. of the v n or load Board, stating that the sub f his letter of the 2th 'ult. had been ed to t.h Public "Works conumitteo.:' . S the Presideut of the Board of Land aiid is, foirwarding plans and specificitioi; s of Sposed bridge over Connell's Creek and iaches thereto. Also approach to Ores ul s treet fron Il'awithorn bridge. , in T. Judd, Esq., asking for the use 6f 0 own 1la ll for the purpose of holding ain 0i lion.--Granted. thibI the l3oroondara District Road Board; g the Cou...

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ME[?]ING[?] OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

MI,1. lNU L' UYVPUIJLJU .1OI)1YEj. tclrtlittc piitllrdays, lC the UII/OC') S fltllertwelý, nt 3 IA H p'flhP l LNIciIA1. COoIttII. piCit f every Mu1Ucly !''!}igrh'!, tt the (iuunvci1 CaIputlw:AJ µl I>;EWF J`IlpqcIvAt. Coi, cii. Ihreats ovciy TilAthay #E IvI1IIIG (t ltu !jeir Ahliiteuni al tit Il-latst. 7 hI.UD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

'I1S D1AY. Pireliminary Notice. It lhou,, 0,1Id Furniture, I lorse, Buggy, &c. r illt', jKiw, l Ite Ilcsidecue of the late uColonel Neill. .?ot ( cnl't cn- F'urnishing iand Others. N Idif( :\ I ('()I11EN have received i??nrti,. from J. I.I. Owell, Esq., who is Itl Ur I' i, t sell by auction tit his residence, tihI, Iu, this day, at Twelve o'(lock, ., , tn eltII hIIIIousehold furniture con ro:l uill iIno futll itlre, "1)tl 'ing rlh llio ditto, :jdroom ditto, • Mall dith,, Gla°t5 are, Iatte?tvar,, etc. ti ~ .. , ;. F. ?,?L: iOrr III,, t .Also, " orses, first-rate saddle .and harnoss, hutiters, i steeple c asrs, c. ,' p, logh, cart, garden Impleinents, rni, l tlc.. nd othelrs requiring really first-class e, the above is ant opportuniity for procuring i Ich shIIIII not be lost sight of. ulogus in course of preparation. .: , Terms at sale. S Lunch provided. Till, llAWT1I HO NE TIONAL SCI OOL WItL WLL a? PN, NMONDAY, JANUARY, 13Tr. : NI':ICINICIS FOR BJOAIRDERRS., fr o 1llowing US...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

j41'P.'EItARY1 AND SCr1;N'rlpre ,L'etures are delivcrel every T1'hurslay vconiiig n theu Athenuum. Keutv, on vjrriot8s bIra4Wcli Siturature, Science, 'atd d at. Commence at eighIt.

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