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MUNICIPAL APPEALS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
MUNICIPAL APPEALS. 2b tin Editor of th1o Standard. S1.--On reading over tho " A?cts" of our Municipal Council one i, struck with tho curious way in which matters municipal are carried on-'for instance, this year's rat.. They soud two men round the district to, ass?oO the property in the most equitable mud just manner possiblo, taking into cou. sideration depreciation in the vahlo .of pro perty, ýc. 'then the noet act is to call a meeting of themselves to dis usa and also. to strike offit may be ono.thirdl of the a?selq ' mont cf parties who can aparm the time to appeal. Next comes tho Courb of Pett.yc ,Isions bnsui.Oust (tbhol g.ui wa'), in which .triinnte pattablour road board aud nitiniei pal elections, appealing:again?t hiba ases: .ment.i A blook of land oit'20 aures, near the S:residecea of H? I Honor: Judge Meleaworth. a, .sseed at £100, and 'whi'ch the beneh &lt;jf magistrates cut down to £l0,' and so fortli. :. Now, Bir, my reason for asking you to in sert this.in you...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
;:l·-r nOnmE' iST`OF ICC* tThe, jn ! ,arrivree frrom iiubouriht, &e.; on M a. daya i.edaiosdays, and:Iridays at:-l1 a.m)n Cinaucw at Uyiltrtvoll.IIf .rMelbourne, -&c.,- on L--'ueadaysi Tburadays. and SAturday', at 11;3 r.80 ,, l' , .t ia I, flvaauY; ]r, 05nastor
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1862. THE MORAVIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
€ ie outh 00oure.e: libtacnvird T FRIDAY, FEBRUA1RY 14th, 1822. - -THlE MoRALVIAN CHURCH. Tai~lioraviasn Church, to whichzwo directed attentioniin our last isise, his thell honiour of lbeing. te earliest, as it still remains, one of theiptirest, of the.Reformed Churches. .To honest John Wylkliff: is''owing'all the'Ger man Reformation ;. and in this we include-.as apeiipr branch the United Brethren, or Mo ravians., To Johnu uss'aid Jerone of Prague titis:church undoubtedly owes its origin; and it is now more than five centuries sined the Bol3otriia Brethren amssumed tth form riof an ?eelesinstieial body. Persecutions diro and protracted have awaited them, 'bt they have maintaiied tleir'consistency, and remain until this' day ali hpmblobut steadfast monument of the power Cftfte Christia'ii~iiniueiie. We have now oped :beforeo us an antique uremol'..woikl, which contains a, plato deslriptivo odftlieir interestiiigý towiirhip of luratbutt,froni whose humble dwellings the tribes onhe ext...
THE ADVENTURES OF A FORLORN BACHELOR. CHAPTER I. Whereby the author makes known to the public the history of his parentage, and furnishes a protrait of himself. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
TUHE ADVENTURES OF Ai'?EnIOIRN ' ~ l BciH3 ELO ,' n .:: ,,, ii VT, Aeebyj ike auhoar makeds /I,~ol. /o 4?o" rc the s histry o hi# k dr~prtadge, ndihfirrhisiEs ia sbriraia of I hase lotg sinre msdp the dierovery thot hinroweor mtuch a man mnally endiovollr to earn th'6 esteemliniil obtrttnthit good-,will of liis fellow.men;' however en tdesisig mlay be thue aspoeoiation f hits Irna rv,.and . pl'aosit_ t li. i Cqit,,,_it), o hf,lis&lt; Ic?ece u , his tisnou is only traonsitrrod to tha puhildU when the tncinent oif his virtneis'ls tranimitti d toteho grait; o And al though otb, ao lotg tiosipat ·I have tbeen the idl6 of I trho yontng ladies past five andithirty, and thie sub- t jct ot contention atnong little. loddws .wit large Ii tfiilies, I flatter my self, iotiwlthstandlifg the witti elsms of Smilall byho l upon my appparantce, and the conmic and derisive heenr, and the serpentllke solniod of adnlir~tion,,with whllih y, sIpeecles.n are greeted at the club, tlati I am yet rea...
HORTICULTURAL SHOW AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
I1PT ICUTU'1'TRALS1JO ,W AT HA. WTHOR N, On Saturdy last, according to announce. ment, a fruit and; flower show was hold in the' Town ihal, and proved highly successful.' Th ihallwhich was elegantly decorated i.ith gre'e ?rcaths, flowers, and flag., preernted a most plleasing appearance; and, looking at thif'act of this beiang the first, exhibition of, the kind held in the district, the arrangc mients generally ,were certainly;oreditablo. Competition was open to all growers in, Borobodara;. 'and the show, of fruit and flowers especially,ýwas; as might be expectdd from a neighbourhoodwhich.can boast of so miany' :fine' gardi;ii'' verysiuperior. The weatherwasa popitioui and the. visitars nu merons, iicltditg imoidst of thd 'ite'of the dis trict. 'Tho sdie:e was enlivened. by 't band of music, which played during the afternoon. The prizes''aried fromn:five shillings to thirty shillings, anid were 'vaxed as :follots : Besit collection of Frnits,.- Coglling, gardener to the Hon. J. IHen...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
NOTES AND]NEW?S: ' It is notified at tlie General Post Office that thamail for England will leave two days earlier this month. 'The tit1e appointed for closing is;fdi registered letteis and newspapers, six p.n. on Saturday, the 22nd instant; for or dinary letterse, vid Southampton, and for newspapers vid Marseilles,tenam.onMondlay, the 24th instant; Supplementary mails by the ]oyal'Mlail s.s. B3euares (for letters only), vi4 *Marseillcsi, will close at the Sandridgo Post.ollice, Bay-street, at one p.m. on Iloinday, the 2.4th instant ; and letters will be'received oli bodard by an ofllcer of the depaitment up to the time of the Benaros sailing. M6oTABTDTN DISrnIOT.-A meeting. of the inhabitants.of thisa neighbliirhoodcHnas hold at the IHare and Hounds, on Wednesday, to consider the proposed proclamantion of their district witli thateof Dandenong, and .Mordi. alloo ii ono road board distribt. Mr. -W. A. Brodribb, H.L.A., presided, and resolutions condemnatory of the proposed road dist...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Before P. O' Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Embling, J.P., Dr. O'Sullivan, J.P., and W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
}IAWTIIORN OLC GE ( TEU.1 TUEeDA.Y,' FIt nA l ' L [Beforo P. O'Brien, ]'iq., J. PChirmau, Dr. Embling, .T.P., Dr. O'Sdiulivan, J P : and W. H. Archer, Esp., 1.'P.]. DRUNK AND D)IsoODERn ?-.;-John Mac donald was charged with this 'oflence. The defendant admitted having takeni i drop too much. The constable stated thiit he had to take the doefendant to the lockupl in a car. Fined 1s., and ordered to pay the expense of the car. No LawrT.-David Morrison was charged by Constable M'KIenzio with hiuvihg ro light on his dray. The delfendaiit said he had lost his lamp. Fined is. and 2e. l(d. costs. OssracE LANouAOE.--Winf0rd Black. burn, who statcd his ago to be 2d was charged by Constable M'Kenzio with iding obscene langunge in a public place. 'Ithe constable deposed that he moet the defordant on the Ilawthorn-road abouthalf-past tvelveatnight. He was making use of the moit disgusting language, and appeared to be the worse for drink. lie (the constable) world have taken him to the lockup, h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 February 1862
; TE':EED SVALE Lt ON))N lOUlJ.SE, K'iEW. ELFRED KIRWOOD REI11N QUISIIIIN ( I3TJSIN E?SS, as determined "to or fr I'POSIT''IV SALE the }wale ol hisl slock of l11APERI:Y, SLOPS, &c . ,ale to comfnilhce on NA1UIll)AY, 15th'Febrpasr, Ind will clotst: lpositi cly i I luew days. A . re1frnins firo, quoting prices, s it is gene. glly adolpted to mislead the public. N EIAR1LY INSPEOTION Is solicited, as '. GREAT 3BARIAlINS" K"' Will he olered;`'O Cii-SIC ONLY.i N'.B.--rcinirses to LOI t' 'ý AWTIIORN 1 LITERAR 2' .ASSOCIA. TIUN. 1E RIEADING-I2OOM and:.LTBIIARY Sill be bpen ibr the admission ofIMenmbers on d af!tr \VWI)NEiSDAY, the 5th Febrsuary, .l862, m the time of 7 to 10 o'clock p.m:. JAES MIAUAnSEY, JIn. Sec; TILE. HIAWTHOR?1NE . . ATIONAL S OOL 'WILL ;,, ":, .0OPEN, MONDAY,' JANUA1RY, 18gT VACANCIES 'FOR BOilAERS. ,. 15 IE ftllowini DUS'FUUL ,,, TIOL?9 Prepared and,., ld by tln, Und r .igned:.._, ,uperii' lah cik and . il nrli i ls ',' i Gild I6vii'ir, tor e'lesniig pl)to tu af...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
OIIEIAJ') P1A-PER.IIANcP tN'G S! 'NO ]U:S $ONAIIE .OFFER R1WbUSED. OLEARING-OUT SALE, S#',. .ýLL1NS ST2REET YEAST, 0ers Pe, p1dhnk; WiMllots An 1 stonsu, wo,,h= ng ý*aehln ;'brushes, diamonds, silver nod gold ear; boiledl I raw oil, turpentine, vnruiil, whiti. sad', "taokaf eneries, burders, and corners. ` ilolkc p'erV .... ....1.4d. [d picen. ·rl'.iSntihhl f t ; ··l.. I· 11. l..01.. risOd. G;d o o.:P 1L L p c. B 1ur doors ObOYC 4i1(JuSOllico. f1 E? following UIEFPUL AETICLE?. . Prepared: and .%ib It by lthe Umitsl'sigiselrf- Suplrior bla'ck and coloured Inks ' Gold Ievivoe, for cleaninug picture frames, gilt mnuldings,.&,c. Liquid for cleaning and restoring plated gookd Polishing Oil. for furniture Varnish for fly-shets Prepared Paper for do. lMlark and transparent Tracing Paper for copying And a variety of tnisccllaneous useful articles. Oil lPaintings, Engravings, Mlaps, o&., cleaned and varnished. [Marble Chimney-pieces clcaned; Cedar ditto varnished. Commission ...
THE ADVENTURES OF A FORLORN BACHELOR. CHAPTER II. In which Mr. Bumpkin explains how his father sent him to seek his jortune, and what success attended the endeavour. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
'Tu1E ADYE15'I'j E ~ O 'A ~ ILO1RN , .. . AC?ELO ,. , a:: a' h'isce'o h esl s duceiltld the r~laoi·~r·~t L~i~:ri:' It ;;It~onld lieon anunreteratlvd t -itd trae ny bbyhdodid:tys anaItredIoUli the ilieSsittde that ll:hdt hequ~oede my lifi's lot belbro arrivilng at thu years of mniatrlty land t lie age'of disreti.n, l I nwas considered ilihdt ttiphd at' brltool, 'but tlihan 'tieirly' all uft' our 'i+elctitat&,menn and the'greatest philosophers ilavy io( .be? n rentut kable fot' brilliatncy of ideas, Or quick als o t'lperceptioi in paissnlg throttghl.the lanpdstof ".Manglster .chlolneticus." It alpplar' strolngly evi't,' to my friends and imyself that it'l was a dullard it growth, 'tmy claims upon 'the jutoice of philojiphlers; 1 historlans, antd sages, are tiot now to be overlooked, !WhIt 1' became elf age (ti what year it dLocs not very,puch matter) ,my mauoehteoamed and, highly r?espect.d father pIreseted tuto w;ith my.grecn.speuta: 'ales,'; atdit cottol uinbrella, 500 sl?ui...
WIRE SUSPENSION BRIDGE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
Win]VBE SUSPENSION BURIDGE. -.,. b . te -i, ditor. of de S ..andard. ,- i,-,--Althongh awareothat the inhabitants ,pfLMy are opeculiarly indifferent to publie meetings and demonsitrations of every. :lipd, und, thali; otlhing leas important than, the anqunolftoit t?psoad t.k-qop the publican. el. meot out of the local council, or a lecture from our royv friedd, qau' incite ite quiet resi dents to bestir thomsolves, I am surprised to hear, so little .said . about the. projected auspoension bridge. TheSe are at the lowest computation some 365, reojdscuts at Kew-and, the number is aerly l urcasiig-wh«lose connection with the .pyeun-t -or professional duties take'tleni Sto ?lbourne. Now, as .theoe ,lassen r?ri! on the opening of the ncw.li'idge wopld .bepuvoye? to Melbourne for ix penco istyad o. p¢ypg " shlilling a aat presnout, therewould e An acC 1l s iug of £14 8s..pcpr .bead;per num.u 1 ,Thigupou 05 persons would mnake aitoil obf£93,' of which u1nu, no ,~,no can a"dou'?, the t?idesp...
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
SNUNAWaDING ROAD .OAR D.: l'o the Editor of the Standadrd. MIR. EDronR.--1 Indl by yoiur report of the proceeding. of the Nunawoding Di tritt load iBol?, in your issue of iFtblhuary 1.3tl, that we have been sold by our road bourd, in the matter of Koogh ani his expen?~d?. Where, I should like to ask, is lbless?l. Yeomnus and Berry's cousistency ? Does Mr. Yeomans forgot that he pledged himself on the day of the election to opposo paying Mr. Keogh's private debts with public mone.', by whichl pldge he induced many of u; to voto for hun ? But as soon as MJr. Clisbv ~.. gone, and he finds his cliquol in the majoriti, he turns round. But what better can we expect so long as we have a man at the head of our local anlliirs who would misrepresent facts, and then write that modest letter which appeared in the Standard some timne back, purporting to emanate from four of ibo menmbors of the Puadgham board. The letter I refer to bore the siguaturre of Messrs. Corko, Collier, Grant, and Ben t~e...