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MUNICIPAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

-MUNICIPALT REFOR!M. Tnn a-dpyic w? i 1-h "?f?Verdoni :gave"the Mu' mcijal Council a fortnight ago to exercise a rigid economy in the spendingf ofpublic mo ney has noIwe are gladj o find; been suffered to p-s iunheeded ;and, if any reliance iihcan be plkced iioon the statements (wich we ve in aiinotlier columin) imadehby Councillor Courtis last Monday eveling, the advice was not ten dered before it was wanted. That the expen siveneis of ,carrying. on our municipal insti tution might'be very much reduced, without any serious detriment to the work, we never -doubted for a moment, nor did any of . our. local legislators, if we may judge of the pro fessions made by themn from time to time at the hustings. "Economy" wy their watch word whenever they caime before. the electors, ---it was, the great, lever which lifted them into'.place! and power biut once there "with very few, exceptioon, ,their .promises and pledges vcre soon forgotten, and ibusiness was co?ucted -itl the same pmrodi ty ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, June 25th, 1860. Present—Councillors Inglis, Courtis, Mason, White and La Roche. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

WUllamnstovwn Municipal-.ouncUil 3.., 'Z" "aon~a~y, June "25A' 1860. * Present-Councillors nglisCourtisj Mlason7 Whiteb-and'ia- Robchet. a "Inthejabsence of qr. reyer,-who was stated to be sufferin "from severe illness, Cr. -ason *w i0i oitte 1 hTi b I .i 3vo T * * :"'1"k .'-A.letter: was.Tceived: fromi Cr.-3Morham, siiig'tatiihiit ihicosequence of thelindisposi tin'u6f c .lwlfeandl' sonlihen-w ' ias lsunable to The miuites of thepreyions meeting haing been read andconfirmed,! 3 ' -TLetters;.addressed to the Chairman, i tre read as follow -, - i 1 'Fi te - Town Cler'of tlh'eMunicipal. CboiniiT qfSandhnrststatinigthaias the ques tion of Municipal endowment was yet~unset tld; arid:'s-a' bill to amend the Municipalities Act had not-yet been brought forward;he had Belifdthstinctedtto sogggstto this Council the .ropriety of-taking steps for the appointment of n;hflhrC Mumiiipa oniferieneF to carry out thi 'above'hobjets. Ordered. to he taken into consideration'after the' ordmary business...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

June 22--Rangati. str., Walker, from Sydney. Jutne 23--Havilah str., Mackic, from Adelaide; - Chresolit-ship;- -Mntyro. fr.fwni -reenock 5th. MId-rit; hfali?wa nrdal, ship Kenisol, from Cionulon 13thjifrch; L ,ltr., Greig, from Port land June 5- ?Black S anp tr, Woods, from Laun cuatli. r 'u C . t+ t J .!_,. -June 2G-Lucknrow, slip, Gorp m. from Bolton; Rebecca., ?arqoe,- Marsh,_from Adelaide ; Heron-' schrlo from? pOr:o ;e' :etiv,-, clin. from Z lolsn, lJlfm Oi Picard, ichr.;Griggo.;from Hi barr. FTown , i c[,al ,tas'barquoTlhoi?ipSon, from Hobart. :Town'; Taiar; schr. from Holi?rt Towi I; London, 1 tr,'ifrom Sydney i? raid'i 1: June 28-Hairiet iathban,, arr?lue,,from Hoboa :;:;Townu;:StormBird, str.: fomPort.Albert. SAILED. Junoe 22-Nil. , A June 23- Pearl, ;' chr., for Beiast; Admiral L-y`ns; ship-;for Callan3 o .....-- - r SJnnl" i-Princob Latrile ane toclr Victory, echr., for oba-.Twn. .Tune 2--Flvingeloud, for PortFrederick; Royal Shepherd,-str-,0 InoraLaunceston; e-ltolinioe ...

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THE PILOTS AND CAPTAIN SAUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

iTHE PILOTS AND QCAPTAINq SAIhDERS. It..:I will? be ecolle?ted that Capatain Saunders, of the' steamer" i yal Shepherd, ws"latelypreente -with a valuabl diamond s?_gby.theipilots, in ac kno?'I?Tgigeht of _ls se?rices to the1ilet schooner, b okeg. e, x in extricating her, when disabled, from a position ofeminen?pe-rilr-'Captain Saun ders has ackiowblgedgdthe present in thi following "rnainly letter :- - ± cshwi 3 >~r- i. , '. ; I . ; r, -lelbo un -, une 23 :; 4 560 -?' - G?J:' entlemen, The add:less an2testienonal you .._.ie.plaep d in my hadis' are to e quite unexpec ted, but 1not the less haglily pri-edlLohithat' ac ' In rendering assistanceto the schooner Proser ~pn 1 only dis·hargedethat duty wvhich as seamen ie areoniIa to render each other in everytime of d eifficlty and dainger; iand Ltrtiustthat I'may'be allowed.to- ?say that- the pleasure of, liaing been :able to.render-you, aservice is ,enchanedC by your -" kind and spontaneous recoýiitnion of it.i I ivill indeeddhave a ...

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Williamstown Police Court. Monday, 25th June, 1860. (Before Lient. Crawford, [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

• .: llt1raistol1rr oli (tils'. -z~-(BeforeoLieut&Crawforll i F;)"--, David. Evarr aid Jolln Barr, ciarged with beingu i dr;ik;-f j:irst ocr.; er admon ished ." . . .. , :- .:.'... o c..i f ' .James Smith was brought up'on suspzeion of bhifiiginsane ? Thieapprehendingonstable stated that heh?di becen informed, since his: arrest1 that prisoner had-been;drinking hard; and was then sufferiim froni delirium tre W ?en s . ; The pisoner, who had been confined for 48 lnniu, appealing to be perfectly sane, was ad smonished and discharged. :" cdwiard i Daries, on reii?nl from the 23nd iiint. cliaiged with larceny on board thec ship Hope was then-brought up.; ;. { - Peter Gordon,: Esq. sworn deposed-: Am surgeon of thu shili Hope' : ;knowvtlie prisoner,;. lie-was .?nyhospital assistant. I had some books, studs, and clothing ini a bcs in the hos pital ; the box is iicked; aniid 1 had the key in my own possession ; prisoner had frequent access to this box, as I used to give him. things ...

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Original Correspondence. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF PROCRASTINATOR. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

AdUTOBIOGtk tAP3 oi PROCAS£ I [Tothedto .Z tor f htWf ILLuAnsromW CnRO'nclE.j S, -Lo.'ah,-?htcrture alias homemade books,' las never ~$et ceil piatronised in ?A"is tralnsia ; hence, I cannot be surprised that the enclosed.noti'e niite'itlit no responqse. Is.ihall! therefore publish the "Autobiograif?hybf Prd= crastinatdr":.throughtthe- medium r of your weekly journal, and I trust that an inefeased circulation of the paper will conmpensa-tc?our urbanity in devoting a portioniof its alumns to this pa triotic and philainthropi?"unpos?2 aP my chiiefobject in. giving it publicity is: to stimuilatimy fellowi olonist5 to lay a' olid de; mocratic foundation for tlie sup?istiucture of: a future mighty empire, whose legislation shall be calculated:to effect the greatest anmount of prosperity a'd happiness to the greatest number, instead of agirandisin~-Tifew-i?~radyf inordinaitelyvwealthy squatters and latldholders keeping the masses wih their descendants for all time :in.a subordinate -posit...

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THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

.... r THE -.ELOCITrUIO SOCIITrY. [To tAe BEditor'of thdcWiLLr?aIrow Cnio?ncr s.] -Sir;- Betweei two: arid:, three months ago, a.notice- appeared in yoiir joural, stating that the Elocution Societyliad held a ineetin? one evening during the. week ii-,the Green-room, at the rer obf tie stage; when "it w:as agreed that 'i perfdrmi?ice; iiaid of. the funds of the Society should take. place in about ta fortnight from: that .time,: after which nall accounits re maiinng unpaid would :be liquidated by "the members themselves." Two perforininces have come off since that time, and I- have been rihoping every day- for the .last.eigsht or nine weeks till nihyeart h:as fairly sickened ..that some, of..the gentlemen would cilland pany me my little bill. 4I have senut thedui'iy count so often, and have asked them so manyf times for the money, witloutf getting any satisfactory answer, that I beinn to fear: tlathi?shall:, be ; comnpelled'to have re coursie to harsh means to obtain my-just die. Biut...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. MUNICIPAL EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

S., .; ''/ilUN-, I• Cr*,-O ,DrlJEE. '.. Courtishiig n * htp the follow ing moti6nisstading rn is name :- . '" I.-That a Special Committee beappinted to take into cosideration the presenfwqrking' i- set-of-the vaiohs 'departments of this u linmore parfl diS lftbibbhc ¶TJub rlTe e and bemelry, wiwt' a view to er retrench enietn" C 35"A ,Q S TS A'V7 \'^i "&;- That the said Committee brinfgup a report-on or before the first week in August next ensuing . .. ' said, Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen : You" will. reinember that Mr. Verdon, the other night warned us with regard to the way in which we spentt the finds of the councili-He said thihtit would be wise for the council to -economise, as he ,felt ,sure tha: the Governm inýt Pwould soon withdira tho i'mant to mui cipalitie. \ I haziegiven the matter my ser ?ous consideration;and have thought it- my "dity to take the steps-I-have-and I now'ask for a.committec to,look into the matter. -_ -' Our present expenses are as follow: Town 5 C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

W. Brown, CHEAPEST. and Cleanest NIGHTMAN in the town. Closets Emptied on the shortest notice. Chimneys properly Scraped and Swept, anyhour of the day. Terms reasonable. 13 Little Nelson.Street. 43 WILLIAMSTOWN - MECHANICS' INSTITUTE..: T HE° COMIMITTEE respectfully acknowledgeo I the receipt of the following additional subscrip tions in aid of the New Building: Collected by Messrs. Inglis and Smibert.: " Messrs. Levicks and Piper ... £1 1 0 lt. Townes and Co. . .. ,1 1 0 J. Canldwell (J. W. Dare) 1_.. 0 0 Collected by Mr. :Aldrett,-..? r:" ". Thomas Fulton and Co. , - Jams T. Dow and Co. 2 2 0 Williamn Robinson 110. 0 John Aldred . 1 1 0 John Harvey ... . . 1 1 0 Thomas Scott 0 10 .0 Robert Jones .. ': 0x10 ;0 William Burrows ... ' 0 5 0 Edwared Jackson .. 5 . 0 .5 0 James Whittington:. l.. 0; 0 James Warren .. , 0.10 0 Thomas mgins " .. . ;10 0' Richard Powell - ::"0 ".:O Thomas Tattersall . .. .. ' 5 0 BenjaminLaw *0 ý5 0; Johu Fisher ... 0 - i 7." 6: P. Finlay * George Smith .. ...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

Last Saturday's Argus contained the names of fifteen- ne?inaolvents,ýmTuesday's issue of the same jounmal coutained a lEst of sixteen. Cape of.Good Ilope jqurnals sothe 18th of April, and from N1atalito the 19th, havdbeen re eived. ""'Theipeopie 'ofthe Cape were enganed in a t1,slative attempt to prevent the landing in the oolny of- any convicts/fromo. Western Austalia ; and dthke fatal journials rejoice in-theocomnmence mient:of a regular trade between that rapidly-im proviing colony-and Adelaifke . ý . R - L highway r'bery under arms was corn nutted on the 15th inst., at eight p.m., by'three men, -pon two Chinese, named Alh Ching ani Ahli Lliit.. Ali Ching as driving a conveyance from Ballarat toI?n?lan, with two other Chinese passen :rts and AliiO'it ; and when between Burrumbeet and Iaglau the gang stopped the cart, and searched 'hose riding i it talin" 7s. from Ah Ching and 51. from llrhut Tkhe otuers had no money. t'Thomas.and: Sarah. Jennings were tried cnur Saturdy'last, at ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

.,OPE'ero oi THE" NEW M ,Eoew cS' INSTI v?rE --Our readers wil'see ;by a notification in' aiother column, that the large hall of: the Institute will Ie opened on the 10th proximo With ' graint 9oirde, which from what we hear bidsi fur to.1chpse .iilotheq gaitherinsa of a similar lkind that has come-under our. obser-, ,vation .for. some time- :We.understand that the number of ladies required to provide and superinterid- tables-is-now- nearly cb~iiplete: nri our nextissue wemshall be in a position to 'give futherp ricular" !:": :: .,SEPARsaTiot-DD A.--The ninth annivers2y of-the 'sepatati'onof this Coloniyfrom New Soiitlt,:ZVales, will be celebrated by a public holiday. on, Monday, net. And prep;naration }hrav en; a een==s i .udgweel ao g eedat to-the-event.--Themembers of the-Fire Brigade wil, assemble on the oldU wharf at. -three o clok ;tdPpirov?i"the efficiency of the. iigtie, ah:tli'irownr utility as well,';thenit is pres?diiedtlieie -will be a large concourse of tspectators-to w...

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Post-Office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

SPost-offce Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR TIE ISSUE Alx PAYMENT OF Posr-OFFICE ONEY ORDERiS. SHis Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to directthe publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of Post Office Money Orders in the Co lony of Victoria ; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, Post Office Money Orders may be obtained, and be made `payy able at the undermentioned places on and after the 12th July, 1858. 1. Places and time of issue, and payment.-money orders may be obtained and made payable at the following places, viz: The Post Office at Melbourne. Do. Geelong. Do. . Ballarat. Do. Sandhurst. Do. . Castlemaine. Do. Beechworth. Do.- Kilmere. Do. . Maryborongh Do. • Ararat.. " Do. Pleasant Creek. Do. Wtilliamstown. Do. Portland. - Do.' Belfast. Do.. Warrnambool. bet-ween the hours of Ten a.m and Threep.m. Sun days excepted. .. 2; Limit of amount, and number to be' issue...

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Thursday, 28th June, 1860. (Before Lient Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

Thrusday, 28th June, 1860.     (Before Lieut. Crawford P.M.) 'Thomas Brown and James Harris were brought before the Court, charged with steal- ing a boat the property of a waterman resid ing at Sandridge. Sergeant M'Neil, of the Water Police, de   posed that from information he had received of a boat having been stolen from a Sandridge waterman, named Fisher, on Tuesday last, he had been on the look out for her, and found it last night in the possession of prisoners, in the Bay. They at first wanted to make it ap-   pear that she belonged to a lighter, but hav- ing failed in that they confessed their having taken her from Sandridge beach. The Bench committed prisoners for trial. William Stevenson, charged with being drunk and using obscene language on the pre- vious day, was fined 5s., or in default, 21 hours' imprisonment. Robert Otway, Joseph Murray, Alfred Cop pen, James Wright, James Bell, David Mur ray, William Cullen and Davi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860

: Govmmeunt Stores,.Melbothe,' i 27th.June 1860. TENDERS WL Lbe received until noon, on Wednesday, the 4th July, from persons willing to Sup ply Uniform (Coats, Trousers, and Caps) for the service of the Naval Volunteers during the remain der of the year 1860. " Forms of tender andfull particulars at this of i (S ig ned ) ..t. N A S H , SGovernment Storekeeper. ; Department of Trade and Cnatoms, j:j.-?1-.'?-: Melbourne, 20th June, 1860. ..TENDERS .FOR REPAIrING DOLPHINS IN THE RIVER YARRA     Tw o'clock, on Tuesday, the 10th July, for   Repairinand Ercting Dolpes in the River Fall particnlars can be obtained on application to the Chief Harbour-master, Williamstown. " The Government do not bind themselves to ac +ept the lowest or any tender. - (Signed) VINCENT PYKE,' Commissioner of Trade and Customs. ". .V"V.A .R -. Williamiistown Division. NOTICE. T: i E Half Yearly Meeting of the members of L, this DIvision will be held at the Stockade at Ral...

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OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE STAMPS ARE EXCHANGEABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

OEFICES WHEREEPOSTAGE ;STAMPS ARE ; lEXCANGEABLE:", Ararat Xi'T1lmor j,; .,t Bail arat Xynto BeJfast z c' C3;YL i;-;l t .. Mnrylboroubh Castlemamne f':i e b-dnz: {Mel oi ,; u SCresawick - , '21' ° ::Pleasant Creels °F". F:. Dunolly - ;+ Portland; Geelong Sandiry.. _ Sa ndhnr Hamilton'."- W Varnamitb'ool" Ileathcoto Wi] jamstown " Inglewood

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POST-OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

POST: " sOSTOFFICE II OTICEý.C E , ;, On and after the lst Julynext4, Postage Stamps will be purchased at this office according to the fol lowin'g scale,:viz- : viz. For Stunps not exfceding, inivali l Sd. ' id. ' 3s. 4d. O2d. s & in**FE Rdea ka. Osad., 03d.o And so on, at the rate of one :penny for .every le1 &L. or portion of :Is. &L. Postage Stamps only to be exchanged when not soiled or otherwise dami ged,' and,'wien presented in strips, at least 6to stamps adhering to each other; as at fist issued from the post-otfiee :t : RIC, R IARD It. PIPER, Postmasteri. Wiluhanstown, 29tH June, 1860.. .

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NEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

NEW :MONF:Y ORDERn OF7CE. O' and after the lst July.next, lMoneyOrdrs may be obtained at this office for and made payable at New nglewoodfat the. nnalI ats :. RIC A RD Itr:.' PIPIPostznater. Post-office, Willeianistown, ' 8I'` thilune, ISGOO'= -: .

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

:r1 : ?MURDER ) OUSs-ASSAULT ::.: 1 S (From the lIleieoodAdverfseer, Jname 29.)',; : :One of the inst rufiarly and dastardly assaubs which it has been our lot to chronicle was perpe 'trateddin our immediate?.ncighbburhood; dearly on, the morning of Wednesday last,' on the person of one Louis Llange, by two men, named respectively WVilliX m Marshall andFrederick Gill. ' "It'appears,'from the particulars we have leen ablehto"obtain, thatithe unfortunate man' (Clinge), who i, or has been, in business at Back Creek, wal visiting at a tent, near the camp, on the night pre- vions, and, withhis friends, had- been. indulging. rather'freely in champagne. Sometime between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock in the morning, i' thed conrseoof conversation, he remarked that he 'had been doing very well at Back Creek, and that he "had had a good spree'on champagne,-such another one,'perhaps, as he should 'never have. 'At:this time, some persons wereheardoutside thetent,and a voice cried out-" Been doing...

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THE CHARACTER OF THE WRITER, ACCORDING TO HIS PHRENOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

THE CHABACTERiOF THERWaITER, ACCORDING TO His P'HPREOLOGICAL DEvtELOPENiTS- By PrOEEsso'Somti: -OiS :: 'ins entlenria his sa tieat deal of very strong feeling;, the. fiunily and i social affeec tioins are very warm sand sicere'; he has a very profuind dmuiintion' fod Tladies. ch irmis and aiccomplishmbInt, andl his love and friend ship are very ardent and lasting; plenty of couiraige and energy ' good deal of piassion and direct expression of his'sentimeints; he is hardly discreet saUd iovere. eol'iodgh in his et p esisons hlates cant and aIll ilanner of hulim bh ; hias hardly 'enough of self-confidence, pride,: and self- respidt ;hls a 'oold :deal bf firmness, but .lis insmamination, and impulse anil impressionps are perhiaps greater, lence, he his not aiways a perfect control over the feelings and emotions; has a clear head, ,lenty of, deternitiona good hmemnory of events, places reasoiing, a? dscretionary posTers anud 'oIf s CLu rents' wellsuited for a so diler't s s lor, an offi...

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LARGE YIELD OF GOLD AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860

LARGE YIELD OF " GOLD .AT BENDIGO. Gammell and Co., on the Eastern Victorian Reef, had a crushing last week of 25 tons of stone, which yielded, in the amalgam the extraordinary amount of 1,600 ozs. It is expected that the amaljgam will produce between thirteen and fourteen hundred ozs' of pure gold, or upwwads of 50 ozs. to the ton. -Bendigo A drertiser. SINGULAR STROKE OF FORTUNE.-A strange and we believe unprecedented occurrence took place last iveek, at a place called Bream Creek, which put one lucky, individual, in pos session of a little fortune. MIr. Daniel Babing found on the morning of. the 22nd inst., no less than fifty one black-fish on his farm which had been driven' on shore during the night. It took a team of six oxen to remove each of these rich prizcas--lobart Towlo Mercury.

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