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LAST HOURS OF SIR J. GRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
LAST HIOUR8S OF Sil J. GRAUIAM, Tlhe Carl?sleJournal of Fridny week, in alltsion to the liueLnse tthat led to the lamented death of Sir J. Gfraham says:--" or some time past the right: lon. harolnt ltas been salirering 1'rom attacks of. acute paiin In the heart on thcleast extra mental or physi cal exertion, ait it is &lt;prob.lllyhthli which' his' pre vented himn tatkipi much pa'rt in publlo aflirs of late: Thcso stiiitks iinhve heliin .,glig oin durig the last eighteen months.' 'Yesterdtay. week, having dined with lhis family.as usual on tile previous day, he was seized withpalin in tehoi'art of:more than' usual severity;.' Kern's were immnediately adopted -to'give hlim relief, and under the application of these remedies tile attack passed away, leaving the patient, however, prostrated. lie gradually.ihnproved, and yesterday hibs blalthi was so far restored that lie was able to sit up to have dhiner in Ilis bedroom. On retiring to bed at six o'clock Sir James expressed him...
HORRORS OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
][ORItllS OF AMEHICAN CIVIL WAl t. The followiin iq an extract fron a ape cli of Mr. J ilins in, a sen..t r r.io the s'ate c. 'l\n mt avee, in thIe eongress of' the' Uliltled States, descrihing s?erssioc Its it in practically c(arried out in the states: While yet heseeching theml to act upon their own doctrine, and let is lince, the hoofs of tlihir cavJtlry were indenting our plalhis, and the tramp 'd6f their troops was abcut biar homesdl?' Alid Yet'ithere d tlioso who set up the iullig cry" Lot their be nlo' :oorcion." WhV ! a secessionist declaringg against a coercion? Why, God bless you. friends, they never got anything except bcy coercon. They coerced Tennessee, Georgia, Allahamn, and Virginia'out of thel union. Thle at tempted it in Maryland-the governecnt stopped it; they are now attempcting It in Kentucky,. and there tie people stoplped It! Tlheir whole career lhas been one'of coercion, of outrage, insult, blasphemy, and crime. Detaclhmi nts of tlhir myrnmidons, who were sent...
INTERESTING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
INTRRn?atINn DiScovRayr,-'lio Rlecord O co has puido an acq!?isttiton of tlheo lilgllcat lslo?trlolt nlotnent -nothing less thian the linbmo of Orders and l)oerees In Ut!mpccry, and the BIooks'of Rep6rts of, the Man. tern in Chancery, fur the sixteehth inid sevOnteenth penturies.."'Thseries include the cases heard antid ileohile4 by lAird Tlucon,'nnd' in these ool tenllporary palora, mlnyof tlhel signohl by lils hand and enriched by hIl observntlulias, we fop the first time, read the true histlory of Lady Whnrton's case, of Lord Cllllo'as cLse, of Johtn Wirnynhant's cose-for the first time learnt who Lnady Whanrton wnas, why Lord Cllfton q?arrolledwlth hil amnn-hit-liw thie Enrl of Marchl, antl what iiljurip l)rovoked'.tle, foolish throats which caused tle 1a lli mlln Wrnaynithntl to l e sentenced to lon Isel oart. ' elu whlol lisitory of llucon's reign ti hIord Channellnr jl'iswrittlil 1 tllac foloohi of Orders lnc J)p) t ni~'!,- thtýl ,.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Tierney, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
IIAKTIIOlIN POLICE COULRT. TUEsAYi F :nUnutYix 4. [Before P. O'Brien; Esq., J.P., Chairman, I Dr. Tierney, J.P., and Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P,] Goons.--Thomas IKen' v. John -LHunt; fGoods sold £2 8s. 8d. -The delfendant admit ted the debt, and said he would pay'£1 next week, and the remanindce. by instalments of 5s; per week. Thio plaintifflhhid no objection to this arrangement, and a verdict was, given for the amounit, with 2' (d., costs. . Goons.-Robert Forbes v. Jolhn Barter, Goods sold £2, 7s. The defendant did not' appear. The plaintiff' stated that the bill was for milk snpphed. HIe served the summnon s at the'defendatit's house ; the servant received 1 it. Verdict for thle amount, with 2s. Od. costs. No. APPrEAuANE.-Jatmes Clinton v.-Owen I .Tones, miscondiect as "a servant. Sophia Coloman v. John RhTimibury, woi'k andlubour, 1 C8 10s. Robert Beaumont v. James Price, goeode sold £1 Os. AP1'ýAL AGAINST THE MUNICIPAL ASSESS MENT. Mr. Robert IIopburn,'the hearing of whose appeal was ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
NOTES SA.Y NEWS. According to ?iinnouncement, the IIon. 13. C. As pinall delivered the inaugural lecture to the HIawthorn 'Literary. Associationi, in the Town l Hall, on Friday evening last:' Mr. Commissioner Noel occupied- the chair. The subject.announced for the occasion was "Social, and ./fitellectual' Enjoyment," but the lecturer stated in opening that- the sub ject was one bf such large dimensions that it would require a course of a dozen lectures to do it jubtice. .He therefore contented himself ith, that: branch. of. social and in tellectual enjoyment which might be com prised under tle ,head of- " Wit and I- li. nmour." ,t thq.request of Mr..Aspinall, the lecture was not;,reported., The hall was filled:iitli an .'att ntivo audience, who. fre quently testified their, appreciation' of, i'ti lecture bjy repeated'burst of applause: We hope 1 shorlly to "h]vo the pleasure of again listening to.Mr. Appinall, and trust the ban will be removed from the press. At, the conclusion of ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 February 1862
CURE IS AT IHAND. HOI OWAYTS OINTMENT Scorbuti, Eruptions, as Sore 1r e ads alnd '; S'eroflouis Swellings. If tlis' powerful bitnt'nlt be well rubbed into the parts affected, all skin disase 'will be speedily overcome. It acts not by repression, but repulsion. It enters the system as salt enters meat, and oper ates not locally only, but constitutionally purifying the wlole system, neutralizilg all depraved hunuours, and eflbcting a radical, complete cure. Thel pills should be taken as an auxiliary to the Ointment, as thoy,are so prepreed as to act in unison with it, facilitating and confirming the conquest of the disease. Diphtheria, UlceratedSorole?roat,and Quinsey. Tl T above complainls have for twenty years been treated withi Iolloway's Olutment and pills with perfect success. 'The cures have been so remarkable, speedy, and numiious, tlit tlhse often fatal dis eases are more ,easily cured by these medicines, than' even the common sore throat, if taken in time. , : S, e .idneys, &...
RUBBLE PITCHING. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
'RUBBLE rITCHING. To the Editor of the Stndaurd.. SIn,-I noticed' in your columns sotmo tilio siuce that the Council intended to try in experiment with some of the rubble stone which can be so easily-obtained on this side of the Yarra. I have been anxiously waiting7 to see the result; but as yet, I am sorry to say, no such experiment has been commenced, viz., pitching the gutters at tho edge of the lootpath in Glclfrrio road). What makes me doubly anxious is that I have one of these confounded creeks near my property, and I felt sure if the experiment was triqd it would give general satisfaction. Well, Yir, in my rambles over this beauti. ful township I happened to espy the very thing itsell-7a -rcal rubble pitched water. table; and when I came to recollect that a. bout three years since there used to be a largo gully forming, I certainly have to conr gratulato somebody for such glorious success. 'lhis piece of worhmanship is on the Beehivo roadjust in front of the late residence. o...
NEW ZEALAND. The Aldinga arrived in the bay on Wednesday, bringing 20,000 ounces of gold. THE GOLD FIELDS. WETHERSTONE'S GULLY, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
NEW ZEAILANI). The Aldinga arrived in the bay on Wednes. day, bringing 20,000 ounces of gold. TI11 001,1 FIELDS. (FnoM TH11 OTAOO COLONIST, JAN. 31.) WrETIIEI9S'TONE's GULLY, Jan. 29. Mr. Hardy has imade the tour of the dig gings, and sent in his report, but it is much tb be feared that instead of adopting the proper, method of acquiring information, his inexperience of mining matters has been taken advantage of by interested larties, whose motto is " self," and who do not care a straw for the general welfare of the mining com munity, or that of the colony at large, and that consequently, while displaying an anxious desire to act for the best, for which he (Mr. Hardy) deserves great credit, his report, if acted upon, will entail evils of the greatest magnitude, and which the Government will only discover when it is too late. .Withoutcnptiously criticising Mr. Hardy's report, I .would earnestly suggest that a mining cominissibn be appointed to visit the Woolshed, Waitahuna, 'unpeka, ...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
KEW MUMICIPAL COUINCI SUZeDAY, FRwuUAuR11. ",PrdbnL.-iJobu ThWlfey, E q., Chnlt ' C uvdno ' -Fox, Crai l1o iY7ctokf I Tlhe minutes oI the previous meeting were aid anld coonfirmed. (ORIESiPOI- DINCE. 'To tli' -A tto rn v'f' "' rl' , ri .(citting l in t ' 1)|)injiit ia ift' fh rI.'.r'ivii!g a (l rjp tatifini rtI'ot f rai nl' i at fl , ''t . f *'Iro?i di 't ' (f.'f1, 11 I,,''if 'l't'', 'a ia ,;:, t ii. . the 'li hhr a, l) in '*' i '*'* th d rta-n"" ",f the ,I' ter t, (c i ho ti. , ut jpii't'' lit otit of town; f ,thlu l i.t' r w iti' i! 'l ' blir lllt , u :dei his ico o1 hil I ' uI*' .ln 1 '1 ' Town 'l' ('h-'trk .id on the' tal'bh the' tli ' ill yh i r'ly r'l.ii',l if thi reMif icipality IuL1:? in, fiort' ardedl by thalt Council. hIo flollowing report weil broiught up and TI? Sniirvevior laini before tilh conunittee rqfiort of 1the worka mioust urgently re cl in til oMunicipality, recommend. iworkil aiouni?tiing to £1795; and the Uniitt(o re comimenil the report to the --ncil lf(r cmi...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
BOROO.NDARA DISTl'RIOT ROAD BOA R). 1,h?DA'r, YND1tuot.nr 7. Prcsout-- te.3rs. D6wnig, IT?u rv, aund tastaway. In the absenco of thQ' Clhairnhiwl, Mr. Hurry was called upon fi ireit ': The minutes of tho ? reviou!ti w tiunf "wore read and confirmed. CORnnrEPONa ENCS . To Mr. Irwin, informing himn that the Board had granted him 1crmisesion to rumove anud under certain conlditions. To T. L. Harris, Esq., forwarding the do. cision of the Board to allow him £5 fibr .pre paring p1ans for Uarliner's ('reek bridge. To It. MI'Clure, Esq., Chairman of the (Gardiner Road Board, respecting MIr. Har ris's claim for preparing plan for bridgo over Gardiner's Creek, and the decision arrived at by this Board. To W. II. Archer, Esq., Registrar-General forwarding returns for Line Book. To J. Steavenson, Esq., Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, forwardinlg return's re spIcting the length of Main atnd bye roadain the district. From T. L. Harris, Esq., respeoting"'the amount of £5 voted him by this Boar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
1ADVICE GRATIS t e HOLLOWAYI ,1;ILLS. 'To. Purf thae Blood. These Pills have been placed by the common con sent, of mankind at, the head;'of;,nll, rome4?jts' for resmovJi:jill obnoxious poisons?rom the .blood, and cleinsing'altbdh tiscies of the bbdy:" Thiey litve saved thloasads year after yearfrom falling a sa?trl Jllo',to the as .of dyspeepsit,, dysentery,. diairh?an, soussti?tin liherocomnplaintes &e, ua tact attebted6y imyrinadsof tlnesseses. xcessivo ?veaknessandyl7bility, the wainilng if decreaksng organi energy' and vmtal lecay, srdir?sred acid reanimah'ted with vlgair nidiid hualthfu l on i n' i en every organ t.hrougliou?.tei ' :seys-. tern, by te roe4torative aild.exhilarating influenct "of this iiidedllip - . a4 1'n C omplsinta... li 7/1 ,: All disord rs of the sex. aud diseases In every crlsis perilope ti tihe life and health of woman,, yobuthful,or aged, marrie~ or. slilgle. mny.be radically and qutickly cured wiltl?oi risk or trouble by ai felf doses.ofthlies ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
1iAAW-THIIORN LITERARY ASS0IA.: . it T. " tlON, v.. Wiltho dcl vered at theTown Hall, Hawthorn, ON3 HURU8DAY, FEPBRUARY 20,'1862, , El j.Y EDWAR1 D , ,aQ, (Stage Midnnger of the Theatreo Rov.n, Mlbourne) &"ujb ect actaeriitics of Shakaespcare, ILLUSbTIRA fl)Il BY READINGS. i. 'Admisilon fce ono Shilling. Subsbribers of £1 will be permitted to iutroduc' two friends, and Sub-' bcrlihre of Os, nnuntally, opoe friendfteeo: of, chargeo. 35atliors will bo rcqttired'tb prodtito tjuer tiktets.( ,Doors open at hall-past a~veno'clock 'Chair to be.taken at eight a'clock precilrcly. · ? JAMES MACAS;\. , trokS, ec. Threo front seats will be reserved for ladies.
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
IfAWVTIIORN I'Q1Q1 O1'FazIOE ; The ? Wl ajr}ces. frnt Melbou10rn1irne._J&c. pcal: 7.45 Cfyi and 1 1 p p~ldeli. Clrca at Itawthora for WlcVmlrne; &e.,' at- 7.4 and 2.15 pm. RecoivIng boxes iat.-Mr.Klirwooid's ew Rnod; ~ In 7thorn Ti artt lr, rMorttn's, Main Road UpI~per ýias~th prn.;';:, . 1' i r S r I;,.i f 6.C " ~I.;.: ,. , :,.. D:C sot;, Postmaster.
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, NO. VII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
i.1oPUBLICOLAYUroItri sutries, N :o 'viI' ,.x ) It:Lhr tLI :b ith,6ir:of :the Sfiou,.da.s = 'r`l:l ot BLsit.--In :ontinsatiseh oifmy essy. No. 5, in :your ,s(sue of the onek before last, upon, Labour, Capitall saiud Vcalsthens the originlatore etmulator, and re: suit, Each of these ourght to hia?"v odhrect reprq, sehbtativdtiower for their operatioin; ,alid each, of *thes' representativu powers ought to pos.ess aci'worr hoitbiilito'r rioi iif their intflientes asi their;epin'ato 'positions rieqtro.e' W1Ve ith, thiie result of labouri nd c~apital haq its direct repre sentatlsio pos'er in Sgold, n siern er , or any other material pis. "sessing an intrinsic value from its scarcity ani utility Lfor the ipurpose, to make it an artiole of universal ?,?el?e Thle materials of which a metrllio currency, ;'tis dcoihiossed, and ccording to the amiaiint 'tf l. osar expended' in obtalning it, -becomes- an .niversally acknowledged value; ,:dded: to .'whichl thie stimped image and superscription o...