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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION., Last night, Mr. Henry Edwards delivered a very interesting lectuir', in tile Town Hfiik on the characteristics of Sakspeare. There was a fair attendance of menmbrs of the As sociation. Mr. W. lenacrdon Campnbell was called upon to preside, and in a few brief remarks introduced the lecturer. Mr. Edwards, who was warmly rccoived. oipened his subject by observiug that he was lquite sure he need offer no apoIlo?y for the author whom ht had selected for illustration that evening. Tne glories of S'!aklspeare wore ever fresh, embracing the eharn~s of nature in every fourm. It would be pro suiiimptuorisinlhimi to an attempt a"lysis of' tlis great man's works, therefore 1he would merely content himself with a few ilnistrations. The beautifuil oft'Shakspeare were so numer ous that his task would not be an arduous one; and he would un(leavour to fix their attention on somu of there beauties. His works abounded with allusiois to naturul history, philosophy, and t...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
·.-TO, H . HARTWVELI PObT OFFICtG . Thed ,iaU: rnlv~ .fV.idfelbournel. '&c., onfon -adya,:.W ndayd irid Friday sct I'i.il Closes ;At,.H twll t r Io l Miboumrns te.Y, o0l Tuesdays 'h?rldays, an4d Sturdlay, , at 3i so m. J . ' Sl. lrui?aar, l'oosmater.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
II:TVH1IORiN POLICE COVU T. Tus DAY, F.itT . Y 18. . .[. Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, iiVi , ri L.,Archer, Esq., J.iP.] I'No" LJtorTs.-Charles Gooseman was charged by Colistable 'rziy with having no light on his dray. The defendant admitted thoe 'harge, and said he was not awaro of .lie necessity of earryilig a light until the evening before. Fined 2s. Gd. and 2s. Gd. costs. William Sherlock was charged by the same constable with a similar ollence. The deten daiit said lie was niit aware of the existence of the bve-law. In reply to the Ilench, he said his draiy was not at liteinsed dray. Case dismissed. UNcNTuOaiLorn Ions s .--James Lawless was charged by Constable Kelly with having no control over his horse. 'IThe defendant did not appear. The constable stated that on the night of the 10th inst. he umet three drays in the road, the first oine belonging to the de feidaut, who was riding in the second dray, without any means of controlling the horse., Fined 5s. and 2s. Gi...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
N" . OTEi, A.ND 'JEWS. iUOWTuo ri A..-D KEW V. EAST CoiiArst woO'A.-- A iiatch' betweei ,the '?cptain and uiid riaiofriir of eahibofh6 tef io two rifle corps, took place yestdrday moruing,at the butto of the latter,.which reýulted in our l6cal cnam pany winning .by oighto2n points, the Eist Collin'good likving maide only 133.. 1 ;..wiO be seen b. the,boring list' beloiv t~t'thl lhooting of M Hr H, W.i-.,k wa,.f-boy theI veraAgo.and has not been' exlled the coloiiy. g"iv: shota .were fired 'at each , " 200 800 400 Totn OCaptain iamrmoid- . 7 0 2 '15 .ergeant. .UrrQ :"' . . .. : ., ' 4 '..: 11 Mr., LW.?J^ k- . ..-.."7 " ,. " .5 ,, 0 Milno 4t. *'43. wl ,,* Kitchen .. 7 -0 Ai?..7 . ,' l Ja nes . . 6 4 5 SJ. Evars. .. '4 4 i1 , G. Lever . 8 .'. f:l , I,'. Hro)ks .. 3 . '6L 'F 14 , J.' Blacburn::'. .. 7' 5 J The return match will conie offat the Ha. thorn ibutts, next week, when 'a veiry close contest may be expected, ' :Thoie . R '... P. Sunderlandd. will deliver a ecture next fMondiay e...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEDLUARY 18. seent-Conuncillrs Wharton, Cranwell, on, Lewisi and Derrick. the absence of the Chairman, Councillor rton was ,alled upon to preside. eo minutes of the previous meeting were and confirmed. CO RRSPODENCOE. 2Messrs. Tucker and Browse, stating that the offensive material of their boiling o establishment is not removed and the discontinued within fourteen days. they' be proceeded against according to law. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT. e Chairman brought up this report, re. iending that the Surveyor be instructed epare specifications for the works on the ive and Ewart's-roads, and the supply of yards of' metal, in accordance with his rt, and also 400 yards of gravel for Cot'. -road. The committee ablo recommended tent ofaccounts amounting to £1 14s. Od. e Finance committee. e report was adopted. FINANCE. is committee recommended payments unting to £33 12a. 9d.-Adopted. HALF-YEASLY REPORT. is report was ordered to be advertised-in ocal papers. ?ANK ACCO...
THE SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
rig StyRVEYOt. 3O the motion of Councillor M'Dougall, ,nded by Comucillor Ilrngge, it was re ca to retain the services of the Surveyor snotlwr month. on.,illeHr .Camnpbcll saidt he inteilenl to notice ofmnotwin to the ofTfhe, that thel ncil proceed to c.ll for t dubners for tho eOf Burveyor. nncillor 3ragge sna ifCouneiller Camp. gavo noticeo of motion, ho would aho notice of motion that the surveying ired be done at a per-centage. wIRE SBUBVENSION RIDGUE. he Chairman drew the attention of the ueil to this subject. ouncillor Campbell's opinion was that more bridges we had the better. few other remarks having been made 1he subject which reeulted in no action; Councdil adjourned for a fortnight.
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 1862. MR. JUSTICE CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
V lc,. outt ?'' ourbc: $ nbarb, I FRIDAY, FEB1RUAtY 21st, 1802,. Dil. JUSTICE UIiAPD!AN. i A:ou??' dealof?abuie has been .expended by.eomo df bur Melbourne cotbtemporaries tvitih,~gard to the appointment of Mr. H. 8., CzAicrz. as acting Puinoe Judgd ,of the 6iýr'tne Court during the temporary ableiee of,8ir 1tz?1IonD BARuR from the colony. had hliir animadversioas been limitedto those ,who lionored the gentleoman in quest ioii "with 'a ieaf on 'the bench and been supported by cincontrovertible arguments, probably we hobuld have forborn giving an expression of bur opinion upon the matter at ssue,. But the articloi in general hare' been charaeter zed l by a strong disposition to impugn the ?b~robit. andlattacik the legal attainnients of br.C. gP, , ..l* Ilad we, as impartial jurors, tnbiassed by prejudice, and uninluelieod by 'Any knowludg3 of that gentleman, been called upon to express any opi?iioin after reading the productionis of the Melbournoe press, it would bave been that if th...
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, NO. IX. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
" PUB-LICOLA, ; iO ,rUbiLTitt' IES Noc'x. •2b t:e Editb;oiof thliS'tandard, t.,8ts -;Fortunately. ,for.t:ankind: ,evry great and ood ul rlociteit fllitis lI eypr'yaUeie il g 'gullrattioni 'lvlliig and ablei atroa?ts, su!pporters, and examii;lesi and on by this£Icquetntand gradual review etatbliehes thbten so frinly, 'din so gehcrally; as at lait frioh an individually realised idea, they bccmne an idlontlfl? .ottofld'with.thn.o'iiversal matsi.. ltoligion sitaelfinA :dees c'is subjdiedtdt this rule until it comes to' this hpInt~gvic n lton 'that inhla niqy not only aspire'to -wuanveitblnt,adiuert the trues y to get therse. .Alpplv this prlrinlplo to the advanctmsent of.whnatever is cati mated as a chief good, and It will ac.qa be discovered tpt onlyttwp t~lings iro woantitl tos eture po10c alo50 of ito?a lmplct con vpltton of thie t'uth, "aid a sils. core instegrity inptritit, 'i. The orator may by thb force of lhits Oi'u uuc in'snlpport, Ot' li iiit, hlumour, or oven troansn against ...
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SUFFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
L:ATER ENGLIAH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SUrFOLK. rR* iW.?I?D nT 'i DAY' 8 iXAi."'' Messrs. Money Wigram's fil, ship, the Sdf folk, arrived in olobsou's Bay at halt-past or to.day, after a splledid run of. e?.'entv uine days, bringing two days' later news. By the kindness of Captain J. B. Martin, to whom we have been on three former occasiona in debted for hlter:Engli&Ah hews, we have re-. ceived papers to the 28th, containing itnpor- tant information confirming our telegraphic announcement of the Federal atfack ?iy tWh San Jacinta, upolwthn Royal '-ail Company's steamer, the Trent, and the seizure of the Commissioners, Me?sais. Sliddell,- -Mason Eustaco, and Farland. The greatest excitement prevailed, aniir public meetings had been: .onvened, fill particulars of'whieh we subjoi.. The Suffolk lha brought out Sir. Doinini Datly, the new Governor of South Ai ralia... Conrideral!1i excitedfint mnnifetta ia London and the provinces during:thlu day. ; Consols.-On news of the. treatino...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
PUBLIC NOTICE. TIE SALE OF ýAT A. KIRWOOD'S, LONDON HOUSE, KEW, Closes positirely on Saturday, .the 22nd. PUBLIC NOTICE. iO-MORROW will be the LAST DAY o F SALE at A. I1I?\VOOU'S Londuon ouse WATER SUPPLY. M\IEETING of the Ratepayers of the Municipality of KE\' will be htld on 'TUE. ', FEtlilUAltY 25th, at the ATHIEN1EUM, at Il1T o'clock, p.In.,fbrt the purpose of takinglinto sideration the advisability of petitioning for the eaoion of the Yan Yv..~o Water Supply to this u(Sitlyd) JOIIN IIALFEY, J.P., Chairman. I[E 8IlILLINGS REWARD.-LOST, Ot lononday last, on the Alain road, near lcher's lotel, the 1'ASS.UO()OK of thle Municipal onel of llawthort. Any person bringing the e to the 'town Clerk, or to this omfice, will receive above lewardt. S0 LET, U L'PER IIAWTIIORN. - IFour-roomed BIIlICK IIOUSE, water-tank, '.e, and fruit garden. Apply BEESTON, Black 11 Store. N Experienced LADIES' NURSE waits EN(,AAL.EMEIN\TfS. Itospectable Reoferences en. Adduss Mirs. Ol)EI.I.; Clobehor Cottages...
[?]NAWDING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1862. &nbsp; &nbsp; Present-Mr.Yeomans, Chairman, Messrs. ???, White, Berry, .Ellingworth, Padgham, Sargent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was received from the Roads and ?????. MR. ELLINGWORTH'S RESIGNATION. ??? consideration of Mr. Ellingworth's resignation was gone into. He was requested &nbsp; by members present to withdraw it. Mr. Ellingworth having absolutely refused, Mr. Keogh moved, and Mr. Burry seconded that Mr. Ellingworth's resignation be accepted - Carried. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT &nbsp; The Public Works committee brought up the followin report:-" Your committee have to report that on Friday, the 31st Jan- uary, they visited Bennett's road, and found it necessary to employ labour thereof for the purpose of repairs. Also at Swanston's &nbsp; Gully, a horse and dray for one day, at 12s. per day, for carting loam. The bridges we found it necessa...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
MoNDAYF1 Fsauitn 17.., .1 Present-M-I ..,O'.Grady, Eq;, M.L.A., Chairinan, 'Cohncillor 'HI1l!i M'Dotiugall, Courln, `.Campbell, ahnd! Bragge, ' The nuti ein fr the previpua meeting were read aind confl rmed. To;Mr, V. ..Bonwick, hsqking :forl fulrther informationiin reference, to the proposed singing class, To' W. Archeir Eiq., Tegistrr.General. forwarding tiirs for Blue. Book for 1A61. From J. tea?eusdn, )., om.nimsio.er of Roads ad . Bridges, statii g that' ?lie laboureri at work under SIr. Powie on the lfIain road, ere eml dloed by the Depart. mont of Ro ~ and iridages to acertain the depth of m tal.-Ordered that the receipt of this letted be acknowledged. From Mr. y.'8toblks, ,calling the atten. tion of the ouncil to tlie state of the water channels in rattan street, and 'also inqir ing if i 'was. intended to make ai pathi a or aprpBloch t:?'o theii ewridge to CreswItzl street. , ;-r. :n the s?etioi of Co?nillor M Doaogall, the Town (`lerk was instructed to: inforii Mr. Stokes t...