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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. JANUARY 30, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
*N INAWADING, DISTRICT ýjOADM) ".** : "BOAlRD, :;. ', .' P"iesent-Mr. Yeomansn ; Ohairman, Modsrs. Kcogli, Berry, Ellingworth,-Baker, PFadghbii, and Sargent. 'Tli'd minutes of the previous nieeting wero read and confirmed. OORRIESPONDENCE. From J. Steavenson, Esq., Cotn asonor of Roads and Bridges, asking 'for'qiahrtoriy returns of revenue for the year ending/8061. Ordered to bo furnished. ' From the Registrar-General, 'aklig for return for blue book for 1801.--0 deroedto be furnished. Moved by Mr. Ellingworth, and seconded by Mr. Padghanm-That the accotht of. C. Rippon, Esq., Solicitor, amounting4o £2 2s., be paid.-Carried. Moved by Mr. Ellingworth, and seconded by Mr. Berry-Thant the labourer amployed onDelany's road be paid his wages, 11- days at Os. per day, £3 9s.-Carried. Moved by Mr. Berry, and seconded by Mr. Koogh-That the Secretary's account for stationery (£1 10s. Gd.) be paid.-Varried. Moved by Mr. Ellingworth, secnded by Mr. Padgliam-That a public works commitl too be a...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
KEW $ MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TuEsDAY, EiIRUAnir 4. Present-Johni Halfey, Esq., Chairman, Councillors 'Lewia aid Derrick. ' The milnutes of the previous meeting were read aud coznlirmed. - CO1RRE5'SPONDENCE, ; To Mr. Padbury, informing him of his Ip' pointment as nassessor. . To Mr. J. Lowry; informing him of his ap pointment as Town Clerk and Surveyor, and requesting him to act as Surveyor only. for the presoent month. i'PECIAL iEPOiRT OF. TilE PUBLIOC WVOriKs COMIMITTE,. The'following report was brought up' and ".' Your committee would recommend that' the attention of the Surveyor be directed 'to the state of the roads in thoe Municiplity7 keeping more particularly in view the main r;oais, the Beeh?ivo,road east of, Barkly road; Cotham and Ewart's roads, and the Haw thorn road, and report to the Council. " Also they desire to inform the Council that the Surveyor has accepted tile proposal made, to act only in the capacity of Surveyor at the rate of £100 per annum, until the termination...
MUSKETRY INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
MUSK8 TRYVlINSTRUCTION. It 'On Thirsdliy evening, the: 30thi~l ,., Mr.s Drill Instructor l:odd dolivered .aecture before the bi?l!bers of the Hawvthorn: and m Kew:Rifles on the 'theoretical principles of the musketry initructiou. There was a good d attendance of ueuibers. Captaii IIan?uiond proesided, The lecturer comnnenced by giving a brief I history of the variuls inventions of portable I arms for the projection of missiles, from the a earliest time up to the present date-the i sling, the bow, the arquebus, the invontion c of gunpowder, &e., and the gradual improve ment of the rifle and the invention of. the 1 oionical bullet.. lie then went on to explain s tlhenature of the three forces to which a t bullet was subjected on leaving the riilo. l The first, the propelling on projecting force. of the gunpowder, which gives it motion at c a given velocity in a given line. Second, the resisting force of the air or atmosphero, which constantly 'tends td6 check its velocity. Thi...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
rfor O )NDARA GEN N RAL alile C1EME1TERY. tobk yghNES)A 1 E valr -. th tee of the above Coineter;y, old y at monthly meeting at tlie Lodge, onud, 1ulleen roadi Kow.. ic, t-lMelrs. Balmain, Chainlbors, for Fingercr, Ifunt, JTol nsn, and Judd. Iluw' Esq., in the chmair. . muites of the previous meeting wore Ilic confirmed. shiig rotary reported that two intermoets tllht llace during the month. iReceipts uithi (liture £10. 2s. 10d. licatiou from Mr. Chidloy for a a burial fee was postponed till the lheg, pending inquiries to be made pr airtnma. dith jeict of holding the future meetings Storia, n considered, it was iroposed by a, d Hsecomiled by ~lr. almhnain, ~ he ? t three miuohs the meetings t'm' th'e Ccmetery. i i liin it las proposed by btr. oiln 1m Il' secodletd by ~i r. Fingor, to t t the mecetiulg b heold for the ttt oITown hl, [awthorn. ul r a ndmcnt-L Messrs, Chambers I ýu-i \fMessrs. Bahlnain, Judd, hicktle hi a d .ohInson. lahnain, unt, and Johnson were r audit ns fr the acc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
i0ORTICULTURAL SHOW, • '. yIRUIT SOIR0 EE, AND =ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, IN ,E£ TOIV.Y 11ALZ, AirWTfLORN. I11 OCTAVIA ItAMILTON, tR.F? ARQUIARSON, iD O';leR DISTIINOUISIHED ARTISTES lts for the Flower Show only, 1s. each;,for tlh Flower Show and Concert, 2s. G. each. wer Show open from One to Six o'clock; Fruit a?wnd Concert-D)oors open at' Seven, to coin* at half-past Seven. prgranrine see small bills. |and will be in attendance throughodut tlhe 'ts to be had of the Membelrs of Conimittee, i. '?oon, and of the prlinclpal Booksellers aiid nB o in Melbourne. TIIORN LITERIARY ASSO0IA. TION. : ?I EADINGQROOM and LIBTRARY will he open for. the adnlilssio- of Menmbers on' fter WEI)NESDAY, theo: th tobruary, 1862, he time of 7 to 10 o'clock p.m. JAMES MACASSEY, lori. See. TIlE IIAWTHOR1NE TIONAL SCHOO L WILL PEN, MONDAY, JANUARY, 13Tu. VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. following USEFUL AARTICLES. repared and Sold by the Undersigned: perior black and coloured Inks Id Ilevivor, for cleaning picture...
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
1fE'CTI1G4 OP I'UI.d I) BO)DIES. Tlnrro,.nl~l: \ lilwrlrr RnI) BOARD mreetsr al ternnrit-S; tirdfl3'R, , am thie Office, Carmberwell, t J o'i'Inek pnm, . IAIMm1omN ]trL''MUcNIrIr Coem1cmr, meets.. every Mlondny evenming. at- the Cemmni1 'Clnmmbors at o'clock. I\741 Dtuxti a AI. CO1INC) . . mIeets Cvery T1umesday emmimmg at thme KIpw Athimeneum, at Ihull-past 7 p.m.
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
IHAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 31MoNDAY, pFuitUAnr 3. * Present-M?. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., ClhairmanII, Councillors Campbell, M'Doogall, H-ill, Conran, and Bragge. The minutes'of the'previous meeting were read and confirmed. *. C oonRREVisP nEHOE. To ]. I Hopburn; Esql; acknowledging the receipt of his letter respecting the aise-. s ment. To T. .Tudd, Esq., informing him that the ,Council had granted, the iuse of the lTown lall for the purpose of holding an Art Union. f To R. Kent, Esq., Chairman of the Il0. roondara Disitrict Rtoad Board, stating thata A deputation of the Council would wait on the Board in reference to the proposed culvert at Camberwell. To R. M'Cluro," Esq., Chairman of lth Gardinor Road Board, stating that the Conui. cil were not in a position to expend £75 for a bridge near Mr. M'Lean's tit prosont, but that they were fully aware the work shoill be executed as soon as funds were availale. To the Hon. C G. .Dufly, Conunissioier of Lands and Survey, applying for thl...
LILLYDALE POST OFFICE. Late Brushy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
LIL.TYDALE POST OFJIOE. L Late Brushy Creek,. - The MaIl arrives from Melbourne, &c,, on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 1 p.m, Closes or Melbourne on Montdays, W\edusdays, and Fri days, at 9.30 a.m, J. PrunlN, Postmaster.
KEW MUNICIPAL DOINGS V. HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
KEW MUNICIPAL "DOINGS V. I IEALTII. Oun attention his becn called to the reference made-and most properly, as we think-by the late excellent Chairman, Mr. WVAIrTON, J.P;, to theo nuisance created 'by a certain slaughterhouse. Mr. WIAnTO il desires its absolute removal if a complete cure of it as a "nuisance" cannot be affected by the Health Ollicor. This gentlcman in all good faith, if words meanc anything, distinctly implies that these said premises are a ,nuisance, and in jurious to health.: :he mentions, if words mean anything, that such is the Jfact, but when pressed upon the subject, beoks out. Now, vo approve of slaughterhouses versus albattoirs in this warm country, especially in the summer season; but then, seeo to it that they are so placed that they are not perfect nuisances to a neighbourhood. A nuisance, and not unhealthy I We know the argu ment, but:it is in this instance 'ad abnurdum. A butcher's trade is not. unhealthy. W!Vel ? .Er o, a slauighterohouse is not, Beauti...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
FRIDAY, FEBtRUARY 7th, 1802. 'VonDEiLrur, ar n thl pr?oductive power of Amerieau goeius* is, tlh native industry of Vietorir deserves: equal attention.' While the formor can boast of her 'Barnums, and the daily journals of thi. Transatlantic cities make known to the world tlht I r. JAowA'un 8xtrtu, or Mr. JoNhTraM Joens, having passed through the Insolvent Court, is pie: pared to enter into some respectable family, to mend slioes,.give instructions upon the pianoforte, teach ]French, and groom the horse, the latter can fairly be snid to compute for a division of honours, The Easterr .l arket not only is the ron. Alezvous for hay merchants, dealers in fruit, and purveyors of meait, biut is also the sentate for politieiims and the A lmle .Mater for aspir ing theologians, It is in the last sense we desire to make a few .remarks, and we will endeavour to do so with every caution, Religion is a sacred silbjeet and holy theine. It should be approached by none but with the nost profound re...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
ITAtT I WEL POST OFFICE. The cnli arrives from 'Melbourne, &c., on Mon, days, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Closes at Ilartwoll for Melbourne, &e., on Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at I 130 am. It. Ilunanr, P'ostmastor,
ADVICE GRATIS. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. To Purify the Blood. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
S AD YBOE;GRATIS. HOLLOWAYrS PILLS. . , To 'Prf, tl .Blood., These Pills have been placed by tl, common con sent of mankindlat the bhead of all remedies for removing all obnoxious poisons from the blood, and cleansing all thoe,tissues of the body. They lhave aived thousands year, after:year from falling a macri fleo to the cilfets of dyspepsia, dysentery, diarrhea, constlpitlo;i, llve complailnts, &c., a fact attested by myriads of witnesses. Excessive weakness and debility, the warning of. ( creasing organic, energy and vital decay, are resto6 d and reaninated witlihvigour. and healthful action iiT every organ throughout the sys tem, by the resto ative and exhilarating influence of this medicine.;, SJale Complaints. 'All disordersof the sex, and diseases in every crisis perilous to the llfo nd health of woman, youthful or aged, married.or sle, may be radically and quickly, 'ured withoutrisk r:trouble by.a fow doses oftheso Pills, taken accordih to the printed directions. Ia...