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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

. c'nal-and (cnir',l a1r. l. Winter.Course of Lecturesin connectioun with the leehanicsn- Institute, was delivered last Thursday e?ening, by 1lr. Hayes, the subject being the ", Balad Poetry of Ireland." Air. Inglis,. Vice-president, occupied. the chair. The large room was crowded to excess, hum bers being unable to obtain seat:s. The lee turer conmmenced by describing in what poetry consisted, of its antiquity and inlfluence on the world. He then proceeded to refer more par ticularly to the poetry and poets of Ireland, and in corroboration of his remarks read ex tracts from the productions of the most faunous of Hibernian bards, the readitig of which eli cited considerable applause. - Ireland was par ticularly rich in ballads, compared to which the songs of England were "tame in the ex treme. . To illustrate this portion of the sub ject, Messrs. SLmith, Morgan, and Johnston' sang some beautiful selections. in first-rate style, much tothe'satisfaction of the large as semblage, who o...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

INDIA; DEATr OF MR. J.Asi?-\ILSO.O.-- The fight ton. Jaines Wilsoil died mi the Itli of August. His ill ness was sudden, and of very.short duration.-- He took part in transactinig public business in tlie morning,of, the day-of his death. The "2fadrai Adthireu?c of the 14th ult..says:-" All: we-know at present is that the melancholy event took: place on the night of the 11th inst ,:atl0 o'clock,: and that he was to be buried on the evehing of the fol lowing day.. The sad news was comnSyed to M:ad rs'ii a Governimient teleg~ini;. dte Calcutta the 12th instMr. Wilson liad heiei Oiliiin for so6me tiid past, and was so indisposed on the 28th July as to be unable to attend in his place in .the Leg'islative Cotiucil. Rumours h:id lieýi' iurrdet that he iis abdutto proceed to the Nbilgherrie; there to recrnit his'shattered health, but iun. proposes. and God disposes. -It'is nbt ienitniie in t-he telegraphic messiige of what disease Hr. ilson vliecls but it 'is rumoured here tlh-itit 'is f '...

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 8th September, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

No business before the Court.this day. ,(Before ieut. Ctawford, JP.'L) M .) . Robeti?Dale was chargedwith-assaultihig-a Mrs. Osborne in the puiblic streets on the pre vious Saturday night, and as this was his first offence he'was fined ten shillings; or 48 hours. T; Jaiies lfacintoshlhbarged with being drunk adkit:making-use of obscenle!innage in.'punb lie; Constable Lenan beiog the :`rosecdtbr.- Fined 5s., or 24 hours. : Robert Lamoiet was chargerdlrvith being un er-tlhe iiffluence of ilrinkdam diobstruciig the' police in the performance.of their duty, on .the prev'iouS"turd'ay night, 'fr which he was 'fined 5s.;-or 48 hours. :The defendlant wishes us to state that upon, his being takene nto, custody-he-.ewas very roughly hindled'-by' Constable 'Donovan, against whom he is about to make a conm plaiiit tthead-quarters. . . IJolnHoioard was charged with being drunk 'zmar mlmking use of obscene Iahu age in a pub 1ic laoe;?alsod with assailting Constable Dono 'ia-a `the performance of ...

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Tuesday, 11th September, 1860. (Before Lieut Crawford.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

Tuesday, litl Septembnier, 1860. (Before -Lieit. Crawfor).. James Hardens, Henry :Timrs and George Carmpbell, appeared on remand fromnthe pre vious day,; charged by Sergeant Joyce with being illegally in possession of a boat,'near the illiamstown railway pier, on Sunday even . Sergeant Han-vey said that men were desert ing from the vessels lying alongside the rail way pier almost every night, and that there was no way of their getting off,except .bythe:iai of aboat, as the approaches to the shbippixig 'long the wharf wereguarded. - SEach of the defendants.vas fined 20s. and costs of Court. i. . "" . . . Ain. elderly ?woman;'named Sarah Osborne, was charged by Constable Latimer with drunk. .and disorderly conduct and using obscene lani guage in the public street on the previous day. SThe appirehendiing constable stated that.be teeii one and tao ,'clock, the. ?[ay previois, hi'? sawthe prisoner iii Little'Nelson -street, very much intoxiicated; anil exceedingly quar relsonny;,that upo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

rySep tet er -d1 brl Smi from '" . September 7-City of Hobart str., Darby from Hobart.Town;-Andromache, -barque,-,- oosth,-from' Shields; Amazon, barque, .from Mauriies.; Linda,. bairue, fronm'.,ondodi Jth lay ;Sebim,' shr., from Jamiesain. from Newcastle; Rialto, barqne, from .Newastlet-Squaw:- ;brig; from Newcastle Laiani cestem, barque, from Newcastle. September 8--Beverley, ship, from Calcutta 14th July ;'Havilah, rstr:;'from Adelaide.- Yda·Tel barq., from-lIo'if[Hong; Samaritan, ship, from Liverpool 6th ,May; Alma schr., Dow, tfrom Newcastle ; Wave, brig; from 'Newcastle ; l'rince Albert; sir; fromi-ort Albert:.. ' . , s i 1 Sipteiber 9 -Criterion, ship, Harding from Lon don ; Balclutha, str., from s teenom k ; Colchester, brig, from:Adilaide ; R,~aIoyl Shepher.i,, str.,: Sain ders, from Launceston; Queen, str, lucas;.,from -Portland;'"Elizabeth Ann.Bright, ship. from Liver pool ; Amisas, brig. frm Adelild ; Vaianit, brig, fromNtewcastle ; Elizabeth; -slir.; from 'Vilhlmua ; Ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

Williamstown Volunteer Rifle Company. 1t, EMBERS will please.take notice, that onind II. after this date the DIills of this Company will be held as follows:- .AIoRmNINcs-Mondaysand Thursdays at 6 o'lock.; ., EveNGS .-Tuesdays,: -Wednesdays -and Thurs.. days,:at'.8 o'clock. :': Menibers to fall in at the Stckade. :.- -: By order of the Cominittee. '' - Spmr HUGH. R. REID, secretary. Sepiember. 6th, 1860. Department of Trade anod Customs, ' :.l.h:oo :r- i..': ? September 1860. 'Docking, Stripping, and Copper , j. - n-g'West-Chai neI- Li.ghtship ILL be received at this ofbiee until noon, on 'iTesday, the 2 th Septmolm ,for Docking, htripping, arid Coppering the West Channel Light-. Full particulars `uaye btaine'd from the Chief Harbour Master, Williamstoen. The Government" will not'necessarily accept the lowest or any tender. VINCENT PYKE," Com?nissioner of Trnde and Customs-., DOVE-AND -OSWALD, SHIP CIHANDLEIRS, MELBOURNE & WILLIAMSTOWN. "ý8lEE O E A-T]p T S S P, T.srzn To 1,6...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 15th, 1860. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

WILLIAMSTOWiý; .ftriedSept 15th, 1560. . TEm Lamd 'Bill,'whichlas soccpied so much of the time -and attentiion ofrr our rilers fur the-?ast yearbhas atdsst 'pissed the kdeals~of ' i.both Houses of P arliaiment, and only awits: the:royal asent to become law. It is evident thiiat seiator have hiad enough of the'Bill, and were but too willing to get ridofi at- vwhile' .oathe botlihr, hiid, the people who have been living .?i between hope :di fear, weary of repeated delays; and; sickof flistening to the long, tedious debates 'accept thei boon, such as it is, ,with grateful hearts.. .The Land Bill piassed _!-well, it was abouit the Inst thing wi. expected:l In our issue, a.,eek ago, we ex pressed a -hope that -such progbess liad becn made with the consideration iof the Coinnit tee's reportFon the LAind Bill (the subject was iunder discussion in both Houses of Parliament i~hile our remarks .were being, written) is would afford grounds for the hops that a law to regiilate': the sale of. ot...

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THE FIGHTING IN SICILY.-ABANDONMENT OF THE ISLAND BY THE KING. NAPLES, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

THEE FIGJnTJG IN SIcXL= 1-ABAN:DON irME4aTr o TIfIIsaLT o'D BY TE KINGI. . NAPLE. s July 21. ' The! Mouette, French war steamer,'arrived yes terday morning from Palermo, as also the.Troquois, United States steamer. and:.we have an inflin of Sicilianintelligence. -ThereliJd been three engage menteahear Messia, in the firht of which Garibaldi's forces Isufered severely. A telegrani from 'the theatrb of war,. dated Mire -July 17, 2 .m., this speakdi SOS.MEDICI TO TnE DIOTATOR -'The eiemy renews the attack with greater en ergy and groeter f(orcas 'he . 'thbusand man are o htin" on our rz.itr aeiii.t five hundred of our's. Tie fi.tt lasts for more thanu tw.~ hQurs.with a well maiit?tdfire. The'ensiny :as Ju ombs and cannoisui, ivith"ilositions well ch6sep J, AJ'resists'eneigeticallyv. TTwo charges with the Iayonet on the part of our men decidethe day. The enemn retired toMilazo; hl ssuftered sevvre-lsse-s in killhi and wounded. We havi; few kil!ed, but agreat number wounded. We ha've mad...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE TOPLITZ MEETING. AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

LATEST INTTELLIGENCE. 1 THE TOPLITZ METINGC; jFrom the Times July °5.) :? ':t AUSTRIA:. The Emperor of Austria had arrived at Top lifi Ssterdiy (24). 'ir interviewv with the I'rince Regent ol Prussia is expected to takeI place this Te' ienna jonurnals are eceipied with discussions o fthe increased poweisaec cording toth'eReichsrath, or; Council of:the Empire; these concessions are hailed'as'an imsportant step towhrils the-establish n?nn -ofj-afreer lpoitical system. The great ad vadncein this direction is that the Council will now l~ve a veto on measures- lprposeii by the Govern ment; it had previonsly 6nly the p0wiwer of advising. The right of originating any legislative measure ." still withheld ;:- a in certain : acises- -mich" asr a danger of -wa;- the E 'iperor can act without the i itervint ny of the'Urtuscil; or omitto call it t . hethidr..'. ,= • : :, :.: .:. "..:-": It is reported in Berlin that the aitogralph letter of the Emperor of Austria to the Prince Regent of Pnmssia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

Books and Stationery Chronicle Office, Ann Street, Williamstown. J sB STEPHENS"oo ·on &Ei,,at ý. bourne.prices; an As art-ment of Books and Stationery? consisting of : Cish Books Day Books, Ledgers Forms.of I. oes ±.. ills of Lading Minute Books Mdemorandum Books-- = Pass Books Indexes . Lirookes's Modern Atlae i:'· ) d1 "' ' Children's'Spelling"books';' :;% i: : Foolcap Paper, plain and ruled : tterpaiper -" ", .: Blottiig paiper BI tigpdap r hi:t.e";..: ti^ :;l;'.overt description . '" SBet Cardboard;'arious coloum .?: :'_ Steel and Quill Pens and Penholders' Brl: and Red W.riting Inks,? i:ipint~ half S p:: in, and qti?rter-pintbottles -' M EIrCAL I AL, W ILLIA lSTO0WN 6 0., NE L'SON DE -F A c;~'IN~ b --· AY ESTA B'L I S:H'E D 18 5 8. S(Late FRNCH,) P2 RMA~CETJTICA.D 'ý".-ý7 ,T7:r cLALi IIn addition to a frsh and anmple supply of -Drigs .and Chemicals, of all lnds. His onisale - I ila - y's Pills and Ointoent*(all szes) Townsend's Amn ican Sarsaparilla - Du Barry's Revelen...

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THE LAND BILL CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

- THE LAND -BILL GARRDIEDL. In the Legislative Councilr onn Thursdayi two messages were received from the Legisla tiveAsseiibly on fthe siubject of the Land Bill-the first returning-the:billand the second conveying.the.resolution of'the- Assembly to agree tod tbhe recommei datiorns of the com iittee. , - ' - Mr.. Fellows ?oved that the -first of these messages be.taken intneconsideratiox.: •Mr. A'Beckett moved that' both inessage. be conisidered a't oice; id the Liid:Bill di posed o e Mr. Rolfe seconded the amendment. AMr. Bennett was not preare'd to acede to the amehiidi netwithont so?ie' '-linfr.b the Chair, as he tlooked on the twto mssaige as perfectly distinct from each-o ther. Fe would movethatthheseconid aineridilinist be takeiinto tcotrsideratinn, a?id the Land Bi? I gotrid fiy paissig it before the first messnt?g-s?vicn he considered objectiona ?e.-w: taken up , SMr. Hervey wa liapmthat the twio Horses wiere now on teinatfreu footin anid he ttioiih they should not delay the...

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ENGLISH COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

EN4TJISH COJMJMERCIAL INTELLJ- The failure of Messrs. Streatfield, Lawrence, and o ortimer,ehyd and'leatheor merchants' has' pro dnced, ý t; rsensation.' Liabilities -£745,000 a.se- .2.14(00; losses arising prinhipallythrongh gratiog accommnodation ills to the trae. Agreat umb-e of houses in connection with the firmn have also" stped, :with.total liabilities, amounting to. The ,ggregate improvement in the revefiue, :for the yesar ending June 30, is £5,727,000. . : Money=easier. Funiiids dull and consoIs weak 93} to 1214 Btilion in basosk, £16;000 000 .ho.dividetid-of-thl linion -Bankoof Ast raisin for the lialf-.?tr was per cent. The dividend of the English dant:SJottishifoir :the half' year wa:s 5 per cent? ' , !.:; s-n?s t. lte o tiicount 4 per cent - Colonial Governm?ht -ecurities. -Nc South :Wales, 5 pir cent,lSGf6,-OS-to 9?; Victdria G per ceiit. l18G, 107lt io' 108; South' Aurtralian. 6" lGer cetut1866, 107 to 109. Wool Roport,- July 25.-Sales conimeiced on the 10t. of Jols, t...

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ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE BEHAR, WITH THE JULY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

M M 1 OE-THE It fl Ri5 WVITH THE ¶T atLY MAILS2 The Peninsular and,.Oriental Company's new steameii Bliur; Capkt W:\ o .e, arrived in the Bayon Monday last, with English news' to the 26th July. - The Australian May iails, oer Benares, reached London, via Marseilles, on the ith of J.ily. - - -. The Ottawa arrived:at" Galle previous to the Behar's leaving. ? Government hswithdrawsctheBankruptcy, and Insolvency Bill, and also the Civil Service India Bill, and the Bill for the Consolidation of the Indian Courts. -The" Savinigs Bank Societie's: Invest ment -Bill 'has :heen-r~ejected by-the- lloitse ' Commons. The Committee of Precedents appointed by the Houise of.Commons have. presented their report, ani-sitate that the course the .orils took on the subject of.the ipaperduties was justified by prece dent, lisowever, objectionable.it .may be in,theory. Ulion.thisiiDport' Lord' Palmerston: founded three. resolntioi?;:which were carried in the Commons unanimously. The substance. of these re...

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ALBERT SMITH'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

BE:: A L SMITH1 l SWILL -M i: Aibert Smithb's :wilt has heen the shjecbtof a gfiOs deal of gossip -'urin-m thieweek.' It lppeeary ti:at hie. left' behind him £25,000,' audn bequeathed iilv a very::small portion to his wifoe. tThela rgesst sun:betweeh nin .and tein thousandl, is inherited by his brother.Ar thur. His .wife :inheritbdtthe house furnituro 'and grounds,..thea:residuae ;Cding distribated:in small .- l3aces to tli' fricnds.of deceas:ed. "The gossps, you may be sure, make he mu of this, and.-ox-7 prss a great dhI of .virtuous s?srprise that he left so little to his wife. It shbouldbeknown.ihowever, Sthat the house, and its- contents with the sireiis attaclihd, relwiorthlfrom seven to ; eight thousail p?unds? and liat the lady's liarents _arp ri.ch1'6 appearrthst fromn first to last, Mr.:Sitli''eleared : -'aout £4'"000 by his entehtainiment; this isididre than ay'anutlior, even a Dickens or a 7lihdac?ny ' c- do by his pen. A FuGriIVE .Ir.A.- PrOceedings on a writ of 'foreign...

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Friday, 14th September, 1860. (Before Lieut Crawford, R.N., and J. K. Freyer, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

(Before Lieut' Crwford, RP., and-'S. S Fre-yr, Esq::;TE).)T' . 1) Stephenii :r enisont was :chiarged:uwith being drunk aind adsanltin' cRobert :'Smith :in;his ownitehose-theprevious day.`'"a Complainant did. not appear td press the maiided tnd set at liberty SOf-the-four-cases-for-the non-pyinyment of minicipatlrites~,adjborned fro?n Tuesday, two were withdrain; and 'idhe.other twd'stalnd ad journed till next Tiiesday.? :-" ' '.'" . SssAUr~ri.--u eacock. - Magee..--This case wasadjourned last Tuesday for medicaltesti mnyy. :A ccrtificateLfrom Dr.: MiacGillivEay was now handed in, certifying that complain ,ant was ruptured in his fig'it iid , °r '0 foCihabbe iorthe defence objected t the certificate being adnmitted as evidncde,'and ap plie l fort..an adjournment in order -to secure the attendance of the surgeon who had made the examination.--- - : Remanded till ne 'I~ Tuesday . ' The case ofo Gibson v. Burke, for wilfully damiýging public pioperty, w?s agaiii brdughtt forward. r- g M...

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MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 11th September, 1860. (Before J. K. Freyer, Esq., J. P., and George Verdon, Esq., M.L.A.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

MUUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesdaj, ildt. September, 1860. (Before .J. K..Freyer, Esl.q J. P., and George . Verdon; Esq., M.LA.) A young man,rpamed, Thomas Lills, was summoned to thisiCburtfor assaulting Mr. Thoma Hand, at ,Stony Ci?k, on, Thursday last..: ., , Complainantstated that he was driving a horse and dry, coutntaini . loid of stone, along the Government ground, when defendant camine'uj ?1ind struck ,him a _blow iii. .the eye, without any provocation whatever. For the defence, two: females swore. posi tively thit 'cobiplin'?it stirck' iilly the fiist blow, wvho as endeavouring to .prevent him (Hand).from taking away stone,'and a quarreli 'ensued ;whenf the mard becdme frighten ed-and' ran away. The case was dismissed, complain'at to pay the costs of Courit and 10s. to deferidant for his loss ot.tie. * . ASSAULT.t. John ifagee, chief mate of the Comet 'te'm= ipieria n aiso o aniweri'tid coa pfaihtwf'Wdalter' PJacocka, yonuth'- emnployed on board the samebo6at, of havinig assaulted' h...

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Original Correspondence. TARANAKI RELIEF FUND. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

TARANAKI RELIEF FUND. ITo the Edtriirof th WILIAMSTOsro CORiONIsCLL. `Sir,-beeing in your journal of last Satur day an 'advertisemeint. annoucing. that the. ?mninittee apointed'iat the puiblic ineeting; held on the previoui evening are about to can-: vass the town for subscriptions in aid iif the sufferers at. Taranaki, and. finding- that there. is an ihea abroad that. money only is sought after, I take the liberty of asking that you 'will permit me, through .your-columns, to ie move suchl an impression. Contributions of any 4r every descraipto whether in tea su gari, flour, potatoes, his, chlcese, lihoIa -id shoes, sinrts, flannels, hats, triruierse wailt be thinkfully received, id will be .-s welcomhe to our.unfirtu itot countrpjnen in. Ne ilwa land asif we had senafthem pilver and gold :. It is not uecessary? I am sure,. for m to aay onle word in usippiortof thiu putri tic move remnt to induce the public oI \Wiltinistiownr to pt. forth theirsaving hand? `-Those wh? have read, as ...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. For Monday, 1st October, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

""OT[CE 'Ol. MOTIONS' ý Forn Mnday; '1'tOctober, 186) Cr 'atson : To move iat tie Ruvreyor he instrcteI to pro prea retulrn shewie' the number of hnilln s in thesw for. th.mnniieipil'year of 18631 ad 1351 over that nfl8o9 hneil1860 - _ý

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THE NEW CHUM,—A SKETCH ON THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

THE NETW CU If, -A SKETCU ON THE S IlIG;INGS. Behold the 'Ne Chum with long gunnupon asoul "der, . . " . No Crimean hero could'swagger it bolder. ; 'Bnt if a bold bushmian around him should come, Alas!for the " swag" and lonhg inof . ew Chum . New chum and his bead iresis ared both "wide awake,". I a's come to A. strniia his furtn-, to make; Ent when he has blistered each fingerand thumb Anl finds not a nugget-poor luckless New New Chum left a papa and mama hehindl, And likewise. Sojihia, mare lovely than kind, They hope for thi 'day when successful he'll come . . -"" SHome, laden with nuggets-triumphant New Chum They dream not, fond soul of his deep sighs and groans, A Plor fallen 'infra-dig"' breaker of stones, A mower of thiatles iiti coduntenance glum, La'ienting the day he became a New Chum. New Chum now muist rough it neath.-canvas or bbark, ... " ..No Inger perfu'mled fastidious proud spark, Indulging n visions o sf grandeur to tome? . The Australian' ?aliob-Osaiguin ,ew eChu...

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THE EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

.:TjiKi EsProt a ,i Ererorrro .-Dr.3 Mc adan'has receivedda letter frotni'Mr. Burlke, hbe. leablef the exidoring party, dited fromn the ~tnrrrinhuldgie River, Seitember 19. In it Mr Ba:rked stttes that the men w-h,. t waS ruhimnred ondi;34in aylrid retrnned to Miel nnrne hatiul.b havedithemielvex'well buit had beendiischared:in consequnnc eof the; party, tvuinn'tvlnerima.- Theparty is nowion the ,°r?sn',l?'r Akniall 'ni the Darlin? ..At -Er: irni;s stati in every kinln'es, hiIp bean shoi?rnto themd. MIr: .B.ii ;r- hped to: rea?h? the Dairlin in.ten days from:the datd 'of his letter; 'riwill--then jprice& to Mfenen'Fe se:vaithrinl adist.nt where he will m:a'?'iis first d p ~l ? It worthy of remark that the ra.it ?t?ieit, thre .2 artersof:i mile wide, on tiul hid iof th M\ierrumbiesLee; ,pas crossed by. lr..Burir in one day, although a .juch longeri per(iod wtid, it `wa supp sed, be; re quired. Two out of the slx wa in w-ere b, re1d, but in the course of the day, were stfely r...

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