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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

litteu 1I-?1~I, 0 Pug.A Th'lis Lihilvtry is opus to the public on 0J alon1ilays 'tl'liiresfi 4ut d . LritdlLys, Irro.ii ti to 9 0,'look pus `jl!u books knvi by till Trustees! of lie .MdlblllllL 1'Jlii Lil4ir1y 4iLc.ro" ierlusri ill tle Iilbrary; otll'u iosllli icwit Iit Igje qr tl)'q IWfJlclln iLe dclistrict. itI lcnt I1 the rellidiiits $or rpndillug at their eiy'r IIullrcu wljlloylt cl!nrb~u,

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HORTICULTURAL SHOW AND CONCERT. ON FEBRUARY 8TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

11OOTCULTU.RU1 811OWO\ ANDM) C O lCONCRT, SoWr. UtU Itiir rfrit 1.862. Tlhe sub-coinmmitleo imuctfc on Sutldaly ne ing, in the Town Hall, Mlr, OUt'Ulr y,r M..1.~ in the chair.; Countn de Dollon', Mes.rs. coL' Tolihnsoi', cotCt; Dalley, Cainpbcel, and Mn doch, were prese ll.1 Coecillur Caiiipbell reported tlio IreIsul isi inquiries asto ti;li6 vocnaltalent for a c cert, iad a1nlo na to the. sor;ic 'of' lIandt. i It't was resolved--Thlat tho prol'essinio services of Miss Ootavin IHamilton and 1i F.iirqularsaon should' be teugnged . for tt ovening of the?-conic'cft '' Tlhat ar piano slju0 bo hiried of Mr.: Wilkie of Collini-street, a that; tho tEnglish Touriist band shoulbl bL ' giaged toperfbrin during thle show and coeiitrO Thlohours for thle Hoiticleuitural showicr fixed for 'on o'clock p.in. t6 six o'clock pa. admission one shilling; 'hd the hoursfiorte concert were fixed for half.past osven o'ck d to? nio or ten o'clock pin.ii Rlesolved-Tlhat the progruno be decicld: upon 7t ; mic...

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

3B0?OONDA1tA.' 'IIn compliance with the request of the Coinmissiohers for the Victoiian: department of the International Exhibition, we give the following outline:- The district of Boroondara contains nearly 21 square miles, and is bounded on the west by the.Yarra Yarra river, on lhe eazst by Nunawading, on the north by Bulleei,: saild on the south by GO ardincr. its; frst settler over the places.now known as 13rihlitii,' St. Kildda, ealtralq, Boroondara, and Bulleen. Afterwards Mr. (Jqllltell, an ex-British l war rior, had slo'e grazing pyer Hawthorn. Messrs. \Walpole aild Gogs op pied the country thllnce to W" Creek. IMr. Allen went beyond that b?lgpl?ry. The 0o Io. T. 11. Power,, M.L.C., early i?xed his homen in Boroondara, as did also the present Sir .Tameos F. Palmer, then Dr. Palmer. 110 it was who first.constructed a punt for the oUpp venienco of Boroondara settle's, in the v'car 1840. The late'Johnl 1odgson, Es?., 1 .C., the lirst· elected peer of Victora, settled on the ban...

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

Thhi pictuvjsquo and improving :loality isfiamcdefo, it 'scenery aidtl rnturalb nbuty,;. Thu fhr-taiodl Studley-Park is within its boundaries, also the, cemoteryfor~the distpijt of ]3oroondara) containinu. 32 acres or ' there. abouts. ' Kew two bridges spanning thod Yarra Studley Park bridge-bo. longing to a p ivate comtpfl, ailn tho Other, called Joiustu x street bridgo, bMI1t ly: the Governeunt t a very lango ijiayl; proiih on the lluooo11dn1Istli o bung ttiough solid rock forr Jom distaupo.o IIoy the tor. luous course f the NTij1'i4 c aro sepj1. to I great advantage, atiq this pfatp 'is.'hlgbly pvrizcd ` by plc-ii4 Pddotlicr rural parties, Itspopuiatioi sipot much over one-halflthatit i of 1Iawthof'n, boeogir-udes,7l82 females 726i ON, 1,448,s , ,,t;'wnu boast, ý1AO~uvo e# nn. Athineumn a Literar.y Institute, ant a read. ing room. It was ibrmned into a Munici pality in D)ecember, 1860, amil is progressing sttiitnetorili, It was not like Hlla;thorn, laid out ius a Government towln...

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFCIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

''WA ttY'fl "PQsT OrtoIE. 'r'ei MaIt arrives front Melbourne qn .'Vesdays, *i'. )Iir zrr, Postmustor., r

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

& DONOAST'1'RR 1PlOUOPCIJUE. TIU! Mail arriv's fronm Melbourac, .Cc., on Toos linys, TliuFsdays, anid Snturdays at II aim.. .Close for Mc lbourn. , Mondays, Wecdncsda~ys, and Fri. cII's at. "m.. r. r ", .."o. ý1', IV. Ciu.NT;. Postmaster.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

u irjc ýotttl, 3ou><ýtt 3 y}!ltfbnttb, tj DA'J' t t A.NUARY 21th, 189,". J1nUlii nad W'rILs it; would appcar uro qqrIc to bo forgottoit; Already LIwii fli ntfln wea$ry pJ)W, Iril yet WVrrra did his work well, and well dceerveH to e reinetnmbered as one wh11o pcrved Ins country, oven to th~e death, StraUge i1t Is Iuoewoao, that; over the fretr uFlse o t th4 Itto lniu~gSrtisalo cIyI t!wit ,o a N...i is kept elsole dirawn i that is not; to be 1p tItFted, but ýtli1lnc tw to he 1)(42d upon sub. ~ J;~~ Il) ~ Opici. kl1ci} leader's ex a.p!le of disobedience to orders. Oranted, WVlour and Bna n . are censurable-- most especially 'Wialllur r yet where was lBunaie, that he shotuld be unsensured, to whom ex, plicit orders Ilad been given to lake his yearnr/ to Cooper's Creek, aml nt till the whole party lrad arried there amuer his. command wa it to be divided. And yet, What does the eoml inittee mean by ignoring this gross act of diborlience, tli' friituitl source of nll the afte...

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

ITAWTO'1'OLiN AND KIE\V 41F 4ES. RTLL INSTRJUCTOR RODD will de. S.'liver cL LEO't'UIII, on the THEORETIOCAI 1'lINOCII'LESof the lliU.KETtY INSTRUCTION, cit the 1-ir Iobert Nicklo. lotel, Ilawthorn, cnu I'II UlISI)AY' Evelnlihg nert, thl,l30th lst., at Eight o'clockp..pin. VOlltutcers belonging to other Corps tire inlvted to ptterid. ByIl order, : II. T. ITAMMONI),Cnaptain, . A.... .-\ 1101 LI. t. Rt41,'Y ASS OCIATIOr N. i\'ill be delivered in einlecetion with this Institution Iby T ri, hor. I. UCOT~ '4 SPINATT, M.L.A,, I At the 'on'ic IIlull, IraIwthorn, O1 FlTI)AY?"TIl' li"s, JANUARY, 18G2. tS'u1ject-Socia cc an lutellechlual ]hVoymeit.l. IMembers admitted Ire l'of chalrge. Nonicnembbrs pan obhtah 'Iirkcets, at One Shillingeeich,from Messrs. Sands. and blul)oug'll, Collins street, Ilu)lououne; ,Mr.John Toon, Town Clerk, liawthority Mr. hlenry I)iekisin, Post Oll&e, Upper IIawthlqrnl c1Jr.J. Kir irool PIost (Ollce, Lower Htiwthornl; tr. J. Mortion, IIl llcr 'llhwthorn; Mr. J...

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BOX HILL PO[?]T OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 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 — 24 January 1862

M1 UJNICI1~AATY OF KEW. i . BYU-7r,v No. 5- - 0o?t COMt iN?tN(D RIVE)iS. or CAwit'rs A?N D)ets To oAUItti' .LJT 'rs ArTxI, SU-NW?..; i,:t !, c. ? X 11T E IEAS itehas been deetned expedient lY?by the municipal council of Kew, in exercise and execution of the powers to them givc: by the Act of Council 18 Victoria No; .15, intituled, An' Act for the establishtment of 4lfaicnidp Institutions in Vic toria: lie it therefore orderedl and' directed .by the said miuniicil conllllil thit, froim and itler this bye-. lawv receiving the assent of . His I Kxeelency the Governor in Coiuncil, that the driver of evdiry licenised cart or dray, who sallll drive the, sano inl, upon, or along any road, street, or tihoroughtlhre, or' place used as such, within the lunits of the uIlltileipility, at any time after silnloet of an evenillg and before sunrise of the fidlowing mi ruing. shall carry it limnp o' lantern, lighted 1and attached thereto, or suspendedl from the oil sthlo of such cart or driay, it su...

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

NAnRow EscOAll rToe ])nowsixo.-On Satur dthy afterihion lli accident, which Ilght haie beeiu attended wtit nserins consequences, occurredt at South Port-Soncaelna, on: loclnhawas..l appears thait two gentlemen, accompanied by two young itdles, were being landed in it small boat frolin the steamer Eva,; which plies. on the loch, when the small boat suddenlycaipsized, tisrowing the whole party into the water. The crinolines of the ladies enabled them to float tuntil they ewore rscued, but the gentlemen sank to a depth of seversl fect. Upon colning t to the surf'lr one of tihe gentlemten wats horrified to find that he had got entsngled in the erinollno of one of the ladies. Witlh great presence of mind, however, Ihe dived and camte up clear of tlhe "Ioops." Tile captlain of the steanmner, seeing theo ismminent danger in which d hey were plced, jtumped overbonlr, and scceeoded in slupportlng one of them until a?sistnnce was proeusred. Eventually they were all landed safely, though in. a...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. IV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

1 PUI3LICOLA rootllrTlt s8EIES, No. 1 . :b I/te .lditor of the Staiedasnrd. Sis,--I dlay the contilnuitlon of m:y ?,at Week's letter ti n vall myself of the opportunity of oilbring it few otmntsents and suggestions .upon a.stubject in onnectiton with our series more in place at the pre "sent titno'thai it would be ott another occasion, I aliuile to thei lternlotionall industrial Art JExhibition, which, thtiks to th e unurgotio and eflncient.tmanage siisnt'of thliuagency to whom it has been entrusted, hs ben rodeemed from the f arom the tilure which previous •tptithy hal bred thoe ?'ar to, and convorted it linto a great astctcss, SAt the thtse when it was first slnnotued that i proparhtory exhibition was.tu take pilce, you otlbred sp?ace anld ilflordetl; hucllities for currespolndune on thoe IIbject, promnptly ncthig the requeLst of the U(lnmissioners, ill thleir ihzvlation to the public press to,support tihout it their ethbrts by its atvocacy. (InI your altper, Iltlthoutgh onlly a l...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

IIAMW31ORN IOLIE? ' COURT. 'TuirsnAY, JANuAltY 21. [Blore' P. O'Brien,°Esq., J P.,', Chairmani W. 11. Aiiler.?Esq., J.1., Dr. Tiurr'ey, J.1.; and, Dr. Eimbling, J.P.] V.ori s -Samuel EBgales v. VWilliam Crisp, balance of wages £2 *'Itho defendant charged the plaintiff withlLneglect of duty in not reporting the loss of l1 fowls. Verdict for the amount, with 2s. Gdi costs. : No Lrao rs.-James' 1'Knight, David Hill, ,William Stewart, and Robert ,Nicklo wore fined Is. and 2s. Od. costs each, for hav ing no lights on their drays after :sunset in Hawthorne. ;WirS B3rTINo.-Patrick.. Macdonald was charged with an assault on his wife, Mary Macdonald. The plainitiff deposed that her husband had been in the habit of ill tteating her for a considerable period. She , ad 'summonod himn before, but did not appear against him: On tho 0th inst,, they had a few words to gcther,' when the defeindant struck her several times on the side of tl6h head, and wihen she endeavdued to. defolid herself,, he kn...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. We have to nlaim thoeinidulgonoo of our renaders oriorth dehly i?' this 'week's issue of our ipaplr; n accidlent to tlie nauchiner{, Aitving prevented its i?ijpea~rance at the 'isual time. The; first lecture i?, codinetion, with the hnawithorn. Litirariy' Ass6ciation' Will' be de-c livered at the Town Hlall, iTawthorn, on Fri ,day,.the 81st inst., by the lion,, 13. 0, A-p. pinall, M.TI.A. Subjeot-Social and Intel. "'ectual Enjoyment. Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock ' It will be soon by no advcrtisinment in another column that a, lecture will be deli. vered next Tlurtsday evening, jt the Sir Robert Nicklo Mlotel, lniwthorn, by Drill. Instructor Rodd, on the theoretical princlples of,thie musketry instruction. The match between the All-Ef gland Eleven and Twonty-two cricketers of the Geolong and WVesorp.districti, terminated' ycsturday, theo.loven w~inning, witli nino wickets to go down. The scores' dtdi6l mis follodif-lTihe iTweltty-twvo-F'irst innings, 111; second...

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

* . U i . AW-t IO1"N; i ' ' :. Thlis rapidly, rising' aid most populous locality ofi'.oroobudari lpo. Now? brough l.itlwiiii ten minutes' ride, of Melboureo by th Stilj' urban Railwinay, jad the statistics, whicli hiNv been kindly fuinished us by the Town Clerk, give t1h1 following stateinent:i" Munirci ArrT OF l HAWnoRiN, in the County of Bourke';' established 25th ,rJuly, 1800., The area: of.,theo. unicipality com prises 2236 acres, or neaily 43 square miles. The length of tle streets andl roads is 1910 chains, or twenty.fitir miles.' Oi'whichl thero are 087 chains formned; 371 chains flnned and metalled; 47 chains ,formed, metalled, and kerbed; and 5,} clainas fotrlied, mnetailled, kerbed, and chainelled.' Thbire are also eight bridges in the MInicipality. .. , TPunrc BtutImsnxos.--Chiirehes and ChI pels.-Thlere is one Chtirli '61'fEiglhiid, 'one lnmn" ntliholii. ihanirchi boudiCoiiiuoiigtibn. alist Chapel, and two- Wesleyaii 3otlioalist Churches. '- . : Soiuoor,.-Thero aro.two D...

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BOROONDARA.—ROAD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

This portion of Boroondara includes the villages of Camberwell, Hartwell, Norwood,     &c., and contains a population of about 1,100 souls. There are two Independent churches, andia primitive Methodist chapel within its boundaries, while just outside, and only. se- parated by the road, is a place of worship for the Roman Catholics. The whole of 'these edifices are substiantially built of brick. A portion of Boroondara is formed by what is   known as Elgar's Survey. It may not be   generally known to our readers that these surveys were sold by the home Government to any one paying down in London £5,000, which entitled the parties to 5,000 aacres where they pleased in Port Phillip. This was in the year 1841, and was free selection before survey with a vengeance. The' Mel- bourne press was indignant at this order, especially when one gentleman was deliber- ating about taking his 5,000 acres somewhere about Emerald Hill. Ultima...

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HAWTHORN NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 January 1862

HAWTHORN NATIONAL SCHOOL On Friday evening last the children atend- ing the Hawthorn National Schools were   regaled with tea and cake in the schoolroom. About a hundred children were present, many of whom appeared to enjoythemselves to their heart's content. After their appetites satisfied   the tables were again replenished, and       the parents and friends of the pupils took their places at the hospitable board. Every table was filled, and the number of guests must have amounted to 100, a large proportion   of whom were ladies. The viitlq11s i4   bu suclioccasions were pl1ntiliflly id tri il' on tie tables, whilo tlheroe appei) rcd Ire l1 . almost unlimited supply of' i'rit Afn'r u! lid satisoled their hunger iand thlir0l,'>t i4 adjournment took place. On enter?ingf.ii room again, we found the childrLen art.il'' r'aiacts platform at tihlL end nf tlhe chooln" tindor thio iuporiptendlenoo...

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THE APPEALS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 January 1862

To the Editr of .? io Staniati~ l? .Sin,-I was surpristd when I read &lotter in yoursi of .Tluhary 17th, urporting to be thoe cinnatioin of the 'fertile btIaiioof Mr. ]Iepbbirn; .;But: reailly I can habdlyv conicive it possible that. ho in the author'o tthe samne, for ,such curious wordsare, used hire ind there that'I really chulnot understahd ýthn " and such I am sure he never uses in every-day conversation. For iisthuce, ;i~areprti.),\vliicit I in my ignorance. can only thihi must. be alias interred, meaning of course that ifthe writebr his `'t any time used an alia?', that now it is inteerred-or buried in oblivion. I3f ne the signature in proper. person. . , . The writer states that Mir. 'oon informed him they, the councillors, .wouldcliiiek;the bench on thi' alpeld .day ; but" who 'blieve a the assertion ?. aumit there are spiti,n i uious cards on the bench, bit I dot'(,, th:u:thera are any such knavie as Mr.1. I. retieda;lo be so indignitit about.' Would Mr 11I. be so. ...

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 January 1862

IAWTiORN AND KEW RIFLES. On Thursday the 23rd instant, after the Hawthorn and Kew Company of Rifle Volun toers had dischairged their duties of the day, Captain Hammond begged their attention whiloe he acquitted himself of a pleasing task. Addressing Sergealit. todd, he staited that the members :of !the corps entertaining the desire of presenting him with a testimonial of their esteem and. resopect for the ability: and assiduity displayed by him iu the per. formance of his tunfition s asDrill-lnstructor for 18 mouths past, had'subscribed a purse of tiventy sovoriogns for his (Sergeait* lddd's) acceptance. Captain linipintnd addecd that in a great measure the eficieney of the coin. pany was due to the active zeal of 8Sergeant Rodd ; and considering the surrounding dill. culties undor which they had all laboured, it must be gratifying to thait gentleman to see his services so well appreciated. Sergeant Rodd, in acknowledging the com; plimont paid himtnby Captain Hiammond, ap peured muc...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AND THE ASSESSMENT. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 January 1862

IIAWTIIORI N MU NIOTPAL COUNCIL AND 'TIlE ASSESSES1MENT. lbo /wc Edlitor of the Standard. Stn,--The letter of R. Ilepburn, Es.:, publitshed in your issue of the 17th inst., is reidtly a iiiost wondertifuil production.' Were I to attedmpt for one momlent to imitate the. example of" ' Wallace of the Creek," I should conmmence with "' Tltyre, tu, p:tulmr roeuband sub tegmlno fit gl;" But an oulr. well and trusty beloved " R. Ileli burn''is only an 'ordinary specimen of hl minanity, I will endhavoun'- to; treat, hini with all that reverutce anmd.cteen thalt so near a mundane resemtblulce to 'I'itvrus deserves. Amazing coundetcesion indeed, that this gentleman, aeenatomed so long to the enjoy ionet of rural scenery and to the indulgence of hies tm1tm in st udying hiulhy Mlr ra y, in his retlre?md domnicile on the banks of the Yarra, shiuld come fotrth, not embalmed in the cerements of intermunt r t, but with all the vivacity d hool ecrthlless of ydutli, to bring us to a proper considerat...

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