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CRIMINAL SITTINGS. MONDAY FEBRUARY 17. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 February 1862
CRIMINAL SITTINGS. 'MONDAY rEBRUARU 17. ·Borforo his Honor tho Chioef Jitico. CATTLE STEALING. Edward William Hobson w~s informod against for stealing a cow, the property of Samuel %rtagg, on tho 32nd of Novombor. A second count charged felonious oeceiving. Mr. Adamson prosecuted for thq Crown; Dr. Sowell dofended the prisoner. Fromn trrj cvireucer, i& appearec th&%!w? # was a men) wa&nrer and dairyman eisrag. at Boroofarnnr, and the prisoner was ia iragire trate aind a slaighrltermnhn, living at ablut two rniiles distance. Oel the evening of' the 2'lrd November, the cow wasaenfo in.Cragg's paddock, and she was mi-.ed on the follow in; morning. From information received, Cragg and his son went to the shop of a butcher named Lloyd, at Hlawthborn, where they found the tail of a cow. with the outer skin orn, which exactly corresponded with the caudal appendage of the missing cow; and they alco learned that the tail, with a side of cow-beef, had that morning been...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
Sinuectingrof thie soleiits ofi Ke«wwnf ,ld on Tuwditla ev tin, at: tl!h.e thenllninl, to: take intIo eflisidtcratln thi dvisalbility of p.e titionilg for the e'xtunsioutof the Yaa Yean water supply to thu muni cialit y.. John. hllfey, Esq., J.P. i Ch i ,nan' of the Mun'eipality, presided,. cand alter formially .openin} the business of the meeting, stated that -some discussion had taken place in the Council in reference to this rmatter, when it was decided to ascertain tho feeling of the ratepayers on the subject., .le had some thoughts upon the subject himself, and about a fortnight ago he called iion Mr. Nash with aview to ascertain what steps should be taken. Mr. Nash informed him that:the inhabitants must petition, but they were short of. pipes at prosenti so that they would. hanv to wait some tine before the main:could be laid. The plan proposedt was to have.a standpipe erected in a central position, from which water might be carted to the inhabitants. The question was how befo...
AN ESSAY, INTRODUCTORY OF THE HISTORY OF LIVES OF GREAT MEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
AN. ESSAY, INTRODUCToRY OF TIg I.Is TO? O- Li ?Es or Gm:AT. Mi.N. Without for one moment intending to", at, tempt to violate that rule" of Piolito societ?;, which prohibits discussion ofany psubject t~i d lug to promote religious coitroversy, wetbink thattit would be impossible to hiid oithei' '??ni . Divine or human philosophy any propositiois? 'l the truth of which is so self.evident, as tht contained in the.words of St.,Paul; .whoen he '' says '"one; of us liveth'to hliself, and .no : man dieth 'to himself." The trutih tof this. doctrine is exhibited and, established in our daily intercourse with mb'i, We calnmot, hermit-like, shut ourselves out from the tworld, and withdraw from the pleasures and faseina Lions of society. Our inward inatlure requires a constant and ceaseless activity, both with regard to our mental and coporeal fi~untiois, to fill up' what would' otherwise be a vacuity, in our existence. And if we ean arrive ati? th conclusionthat hia.' been reached by manlyxery...
THE LEGITIMATE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
i TItE LEGITIMAET E DAML. Charles Dickens owes his popularity as an author in a great measure to the fidelity with which hoohas delineated human character in the works he has given to the public. Ilo hais, it is true, committed some errors in in dulging in extravagatiio- and approaching the burlesque with regard to some of his charac ters; but his works ini which these defects are apparent are neither so popular nor as deservin of popularity as those in which he has abided with a fair, representation of the whims and oddities of those whom he pour trays. The ditties of tlc dramati?t are strikingly similar, id' quite analogous to those of the novelist. The play; like the novel, is gene rally accompanied by a morale, and the ob. iects aimed at are generally perceptible in both; Like much of the light lileiature of the day, the stage abounds with productions of love stories, dull and udinteresting, and varied only by the extent of the absur.ities in which the pieces are involved. TDle ...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1862. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
?FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1862. THE LAND BILL. Tnxprogrcps of. this mcnsure .through the Assembly has been: so far shtisfactory that more than oet4hird of its clauses have been pa~sed without any material mbdification; and;, judging from the nature of the discus sions which took place during the \ccdc, 'we hope lshortly to have to record the appear. anto of the Bill in its integrity before the Legislative Council. The single alteration of any moment in the Govetument' Bill has been the omission of a pcrmissory clause, which would have trabled retired policemen to obtain grants of land for residenco.on con dition of their giving certain duties to the State when called upon. In all other respects theo 3ill his so far been substantially accepted by the Assembly, and the only debateablu subject likely to create any impediment to its speedy transfer, to the Upper Hlouse is that relating to a subdivision of squatting runs. Upon this head we must expect con siderable diversity of opinion amo...
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
fl nAW1'TUOIIN" M4 , GFFIOE 'r.fre Mfall :irrlyca fni, otm lbdriio &c., at 7.15i 5 n. and I 13.1I5 ý daily. (loses at Hawthorn for ,4cAlhaurnc, 8&~,, at 7.45 and 2.11 p.m. 1. reciting b _g ox at Mr. Kirwood's, NCow. Iload, Ilainitoro1 and at b Yr, Ilortoo'a, Blzai Road. Vpper }tbor.o ·; · 11, D)icrtioa, Postmaster.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
CHEAP PAPER-IIANrGINGSI NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. CLEARING-OUT SALE, 84, COLLINS STREET EAST. TLadders, steps, planks, mullers and stones, weigh ng machines, brushes, diamonds, sliver and gold ear, boiled and raw oil, turpentine, varnish, white. cad, tacks, ;aceerles, borders, and corners. Flock pap rs.................. Is. 4d, per piece. Sati do. ................. Is.Od, Oaks . ....,,..A...... Gd. G. PILLEY, Four doors above Argus Omce. KEIYW DISPENS:AIRy. F. ARNARD, (Member of the Pharmaceeutical Society of Great Britain,) CIEMIST, RUGGIST, & PERFUMER. The utmost c re bestowed on the preparation of i'rescrilptiolm a Family Recipes. N.l.--1rugs?and Chemical Preparations sent out from this establishlment are warranted to be of the pur'e.t kild, Is d charged at, the most reasonable prices. All latent and roprietary ?ledicines of repute in stock PI'EnrU.EII l,' ENTED SOAPS, &O*, IN?. GREAT 'AItlE '.--TOOTHI BRUSItES, o0. H1ORSE A D CATTLE MEDICINES. F. BARNARlD, hom...
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. Death of Prince Albert. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. Death Of Prince Albqrt. (FROM1 THE AROUS; EXTRAORDINARY). iy the Thom is Brown, from Maurltlih:, which ar rived at the Ileads at eight a m.,we have news fronm England to Decemlnber 23. Prince Al art died on 14th December, of typhoid 'ever, at Windsor Castle: '1I heGovernorof the .lianritiushas recelved iuslruc tions to prepare for war. War had riot buel declared by England up to the .aGth December last, but active preparations were being made. LONDON, DfceaieRn 20. The year has closed upon Us il glooml anld sorrow. The Prince Conlsort is dead, and the natioen is gather ing uip all its.energies fur a I renmendol satruggle, alnd blo:aly war with North Amcrica, slhould the unls-I quidled Cabinet if' \Vaslhigtol, mob-swayed and isualent, not repent of its outralge in time. 1 will lIrst delail the great inelnuitholy loss of England. in Monday, the 23rd ilstant. at twelve o'clock, the4 mortal remains of tile Prince U:anlsort wer'e laid its thie restilg-place of the tom...
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, NO. X. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. x, To the .Editor of the Standard. Srn,--The desirability and importance of a direct representative for the industrious, or a medlium of exchange of labour for labour upon such principles as shall secare it from the react ice power of its active force. either in its accumulation in capital or its result^ in wealth, will be denied by none, excepting those who prefer living upon the spoil, rather than by their industry adding to the stores of the commnon. wealth. The essay No. 5 upon this subject concludes by the assertion that the time employed in the pro. duction of any thing is the only true valuator of it, and in this time we shall find a power for the true representation of it. Perhnps there are few subjects which require more caution to treating of than this. anid. unless we can thoroughly comprehend it in all its bearings its great dcsirability as a matter of self interest and the importance of its result, either for good or evil as !t is carried o...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
flARTWEL, 1'oST OFF1rICE. "'t'he Mall arriv'cs fro:ui :lelhoiirno, &c., on Mon sn e J ltvcducsdays, and 'ffldIiyB ait 11, tntm. Closes at Iltirtcaall tbe Melbtttttw, .u., on Tuesday .lburtdi a, and Saturdaya, at ii 3u ajm. EI. uui v, J'oatmastar.
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
M 1,rp:iQ OF dPUInt,) 11UD11:E. 010oT/ofl)Ar.% DSTRICT Ro B, HOAIDII) ITh(s nl' ternlte 8aturd yi, at thC 0ffl43e, C.L~ubarwelf, at 4 4'MclneI p.m.". Il1Ar'lUoatr StN:cirmr CquSLII. meets rrrr}" )d ndny· oevning, At tlic - Cou lcit (Iiu.mlera at iiCt'w MnPFathAT. COw AtCter. ui, every h '.st pin. e; cuing at, tho Kew A4!teu~emnt, t Matt= past 7 p)·m.
NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
'I1NUWLAWADING ROAD BOARD. Lo thie .editor of the Sbvjdlard. hI i,=-Your learned coorrespondent "Sold Southerner," alias "Dieappoiuted North. artier,'! d iu. at last favoured your readeze with a genuine specirnen of his abilitica, and in tht Coirnluuucation has thought fit to charge itn" ndl Mr. Harr'y wcit'l a want nf eonsi.teucy in the matter of' logh andl expe2sas in 's rried by the bi rda whioh th,'t gintleman Iepre'it'tedl. W\ h.n, Sir, w' lgrd.,: to Ibid.jc by the decision of the P'esident otf -he Board ofu Land and Works, I for one thoight that the question would have been settled; an l both boards having been dcelarc.l b,, Mr. Datly as illegal--at e:ntL Ni. 2 bo:ar, lknows:n s l'adghamn's, being eoirclr ,l). no.1 No 1 board, known as D)elaiy's, havihng n!:.l that so by voting for No. 2 board. C.?rtain ex penses wer'e iuc'rr.id by both boards. The most illegal board had possession of the old board's \mnds, and met the expt n;ea that arose out of those funds. The No. I board, ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
NOTES AND NEIWS. On Monday evening a lecture was delivered in the Independent Church, Kew, in con nection with the Kew Total Abstinence So ciety, by 'the Raev J. P. Sunderland. The Rev. R. Connebee presided.; The subject of the lecture was-" The Drinkiug Customs of Victoria," which were graphically de scribed and eloquently commented upon. by the rev,gentlemoen, The lecture was lstened to throughout with great attention, and at its close cordial votes of thanks were passed to the lecturer and the chairman. The Legislative Assombly postponed .its sittings from yesterday to Tuesday next on the motion of the Hon. Chief Secretary, in consequence of the news of the death of II. . HI. the Prince Consort. WAn I;'rirt toENCE,-o-'ounderstand that three English war frigates have arrived at Sydney for the protection of the Aitstrqlinn coast. Last week one of Mr. EvCeris's sons killed two large snakes in a paddock near that geutleman's residence, oneo of them ijaving ten young ones. Three of th...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 February 1862
I---- - ....... .. -: .... --- -- ? .:, 130ROOND:RA DISTRICT Ito"' , 1BO LlD. SArTUauiL, 'F:nstry- 122, PreseantrTlhe Cairman (I. lie?,,t. Metars. Downing, linrry, W\th, ', Robinson, and 13at trlihld. '.The minutes of the previous ?lst i:;? read and confirmed; . CORRESNB.ODENCE. To J. Fitzgibbon, cotractor, r,., him that his maintenance of th,12 c?nt,' Camberwell-road would expire on s: next, and suggesting that the rol 1, proper repair prior to that date. PLAN Ro01 O(AtDItNEI' CRtt:!( l: The:letter friomnMr.Ilarris,con, pllai,,i, £5 was too little for the plans tad (, tions ifor this bridge, postponed fro;,. meeting, was taken into consideration? The Chairman said Mr. IIarr sli pared the plans tand superintended the, 'ilhe plans, with some slight alteratilMs Surveyor to the Board, had beeuls alpiet the Government, and he thought livt "" was too little for them, as without the.e they would have been put to a nmuch expeense. Mfr. Robinson thought the p1lane had! prepared by order of ...