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Original Correspondence. "PROCRASTINATOR" AND HIS TRADUCERS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

'PIOCRISTINA5TOI" AiND HIS TRA r: DUCERS. IToa Edito r oJ fhe WItIuawsrow' Ciniostrc.] Sr,-Itt alppears very plain to e thatisoume of, your correspondents: are determined to get up a. row, if possible.-.: In these dull times when custmners are scarce, and cish- is scarcer still whe thi temnper is soured, and the mind is bowed down by grief and ;care, it .is very natural, that we should look for .excitement, --somethiing to relieve us.for the time from the oppressing influences, which are crushing us to the dgroud. .AAid such-was the case, no doubt, with a couple of imps when they re solved to attack "Procrastinator" with a cross fire. " It will be a good joke," methinks I hear them exclaim, "to get the old gentleman out for a shindy," and it would be a joke, most assuredly, could they but do it; it would be something.o r them to tallk about as lung as they lived. Had they succeeded, their con duct in future time would no doubt be some thing similar to the chimney-sweep who boast ed ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

Cr. Mason moved, inAcicordanice with notice "That the Surveyor ie' ,istructednitejearei a return shewing the number of b?ildings inthe is sessment for the Tmunicipal ?ear dfi iS860" ad 1861 over thitof 1859 and 1S60r . sp-i r" His object in .bringing forward tliis.mbtion waiSto show bow. many of the 498 properties upon them, and to show min wihat iviy an in crease of the propiities ,had:been ·maade; as therhliad ~ bceen nio Govcnimient lThid"sold in the district d?iin gthe l st tist twele months:; he believed that the ietarn woild involve only ablout six hounra labour" aid consideriti that the Surveyor.was: not overtaxed itli work jisit theii li ei"op-dthere uiolld be no objec tion to its heing mad6.,-, ::Or.LaR eehl sconded'thoemotimn. "Ifrthei Surveyor had given h.tiereturn the!(G~r. Li louche)h had moved for some ime ago; naimely a list of the` propertie-thbat had been" omitted, in .previous assessmen~t ?,it would have an-. swered thersame. X.pose tlthii for whlliclthe present no...

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THE LAW AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

THE LAW i AND THE PPRESS. At the Sandhurst- Police Court, on October 3, the questioai as to .ihether the proprietor of a newspsper.cah' be compelled to produce a letter containiig ' ? libel- was "dided. The case was O'.Cheong' , Henley, and "arose out of a letter published in theAdvertiser of August 16, signed lbythe defeidant, Henley, reflect ing on the character of O'Cheong (th-e G? eim ment int~iher), aiidhandhe'hadd;t~akeithese pro 'ceedings; in order to;vindicate his- character ifom' the."ispersioi (cast'on it by-tlie letter. Several postponementshave takei place, in consequence of tli?proipietor of the Advertiser refusing to obey the roer of the-court, and produce the mauiscriptiletter t ,pliuntiff, and it had beeisresolved to tak.e the: opinion of the Crowdnlaivofficers.on the subject-. "MJIr..Ryiir; alie- prosecuitor's attorney, :infor?ied the court that? fror the tenor :of: the?. reply=of the Solicitorencral to' the opinion submitted, the.prosecution would noit bd:prob?eded...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

S-eptemli cLr "25Tosepne, ochr., frefh Richmond September29M'WVai?a?: ship; Henry, from Liver )fool Queen, str, from Portland, Port Fairy and September 30 -1Far it -Thompson, 'brig, from Wolliio tot : Lad Birdl str., Rolls, from Adelaide;' ,~iiton, ire, Asmraseu, frcm -Tome-29th?fune-; 8tormbird,9tr:,l'yds~rff, fromn :Pt Albrt ;: Royal Shepherdl, s.r.; 'fromn Pio.';; nceeto.~" October] 1?-lutha,lihipi; wilso,- from Green~lk 10th:Junc; Vent?ture, brig, fr??iNewcstle; TJanet, brig, fronm i? vocastloe?:Reindeer, ?lcir., from Syd Sloy; -Eex; ship,,lan, from; London, 1st Jul; .gonga 11 !ouga, str., from Sydney.; "'-; ,, O tOcter nlohor aunlitta, -burque, from 'Mauritius, .18th'-August , General W i ,d liam ship, (inlt from Liverpool ; Ta'mar, sclir. Pid, froitnihobarit .own; ]'lying Cloud, -shr., VWilliams, from'IPodrt Frederick ; Llizrabeth, Bchr., initth, from Willunga; Creole,-scr., from Three Hut Point; Ocean Chief, Sslip,-IB rowns fromn' Liverpobol July,? L Scotia,; shcien foom Laun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

'Wiiamstown Volunteer ifle Company. iEMBERS will please TAK-E NOTICE-j .JIMj ; 1.*1 That the Drills of i thei.Company will .in future be:held inthe District Drill Room (Athen- | -.un), little Nelson-street '. * , -. " .' .2; Thatthe Drills for the'present imoanth'( etober)will beas follow:--i'.: : ., ,,. S:·Wedneday, 10th inst., at 6am. and 7.30.p.m. '.Sataiday, 13th S ednesday 17t . . , " Thiradyi, 18th i Wednesday, 24th- not ls t. ne t -:'Frida'2, suithble for the ootths in this dis ;Wednesday, 3lst . 71 .., .;;. SGentlemen deiurousof boin in the Compan, rere -eq ested to attend at thefDrll Biobmon any of ptheabove-mentio tled dates e e wt. S By'; order of .the Comm ittee, ;UGHc 4. REID, secretary. O28,sberSt i 1860. , A NY person liscovering a Gravel Pit on Crown . Lands within three miles of the Market Re serve, which will yield not less than one thousand 'cubic yards, suitable for the Footaths in this dis trict, will, upon proof being given thereof, r cetve a Reward of Ten Poun...

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 29th September, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N., and J. K. Freyer, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

ri il, to- : i: c o r . . `- , t, (Before Lieut. 'Crawford, RN., and 3. . rreyer; Esq: .P. ) :· - li calsr hrn'ves was brought 'before 'the ti U~trf,'c har il swith"resiftith A tassriilting thbe-polite; u di-mon the -ffenice-bei ngfully. proved, was fined 40s. or in default, seven r e Tilliair tit being driun i .nm using orsceihelanguagc'in a public street, was fined 0, or in default fontu days' haid 1;'aho Y.', - r1Si$ -{.4.? i -: B.efore Lieut. Crawford, P. toh sras O'rien clharged awith boiag drunk -fnd breking a: witch house huoket in his cell, nahenput iiconlifiement, wafind snc. d aesleiy 2 dober l .1860. (Before Lieutelant Crawfod 1l ..nd K. tI i.Jolon !Thpnaawsch'sr'ed with ,bem" drunkle was adnionislied, it teingls first offence. t J:.ane Villidat s was . also ciarged with being drunk, and .this beingher third offence, she iias ined 40s., or in default, seven days-hard :labouir. - r- -r - ' '= : ' i 'eddnsdj ,it Octber 180) . 3eifore ,Lieutenant-Cra-wford, -P?:and J. K C)t ...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

E-NGLIS SIITPPINAG IJTELLIWJE E. ARRIVID PROM MELBOURNE.. *Agincourt, at Gravesend !sth August. .?ritish Trident, at Gravesend 19th August., Kent, at Gravesend 2nd Augist. Yorkshire, at Doirns 27th AAitg t. S.ILED FORn ELBOURSE. . Arabia, from Liverpool 24th July.. : Belinda, from Gravesend 30th July. Calliance, from Gravesend 2nd August.? Co penhagen, from Gravesend 2nd August. Dolphin; from Rotterdatm-August: Ella E. Clark, from Plywouth 3rd August: Eagle, from Liverpool 13th August. ..Tohn Watt, fromi Glasgow 21st August. Kron Prinsen,from London 24th July. Kooria Mooria, from Glasgow.3rd August. Lordl Ragla Titrom Li ?Ipool 3rd Auugist. Merlin, from Li"ilboo l lst Aui??t. " Mayflower, from Gravilend 12th1 Aiieist. -l?aftha Weiriell, from Gravesend 1I . Anugust. Result, from Gravesend 7th'Augtst. S. Gilder uleave, from Liverplol 3rd Auigust. Southampton, fromn Cravesend 22nd August. ?.odtumted, from'Gravesend 26th August. LrOAYn ,G OR ?ELBOUra,.E." rence Brown, Owen GlendowerEagl...

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THE MAIDEN'S LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THrE 1TAIDEN'"S LO VER. Woo me not with sighs and tears, Woo me not with vows, she said, Tell me not of doubts and fears ; Deeds, not glowing words, I wed. Passion-pale I see thee stand; Let Love speak, but not in sighs Fassion but unnerves the hand, Drains the heart to wet the eyes. Wholly true, from sun to sun, So he'll love me not in part.. Who would win me must have found, For his deep and manly love. Other vent than empty sound Vows protest, but do not prove. lNobly, as old legends tell, Rode the knight from land to land, Sin and wrong before him fell, Conquered by his stalwart hand, Glorious legends, were they true ! Make them true if me you'd win ; Win for me and thee anew, Triumph over death and sin. If thou languish at my side, I shall mock thee in my scorn; Up, be doing-so thy bride On I pass tilLDeath's dark morn. If around thy spirit gather S iustof sloth and lustful ease, Though I-love thee, I would rather Thou wert dying on my knees. Swift he turuene-that flashing face...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 9th October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

s. Wl .1a ustown" Muniopl` cll"C'? lc . '-Mobnday, 90thOctobe?;1S60 . and Crs. Moxhihi.I La:Rochie, hgli;hs Courtis, The minutes bf the ievious meeting were read aud confirmed. CORiRESPONDtEaCE. .Ii-,7;i" Letters .had beeni received as folloiws ? I -2. --From - :S: Syimoigs, Es?i Treisuiy, Melbourne, encldsing dOinfit for.the balance ofthe grant for 1860 td thlo-Muiicpal "Coun cil, for the Chairman's signatire 3 Froui?the 'iame informing the airman tintt tli aforesaid account ihad been passed for payment. ' :4. From:, Mr. William Hall, Inspector of Slaughter-houises, respectfully submitting that he is entitled to some remuneration for is" services in the_ fufil.ment-of: the duties irmn posed upon him. 5. From' th? S'tcretary of the Miechanics' Institute by the;idr ction of the' Comniittee, requesting the loan. of ten gallons of kerosene oil, and promising to return it as soon as pos sible. - Letters had been addressed? -1 To 3hI. C.-Thorp, accepting his tender for weeding and rollin...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

' . Shtaurday, 6th October, 1860. STherieas no case before the Court this day. . foindea, 8th October; 1860. f (Before Lieut. iCrawford,-P.MI.): LLEGAL DETEfNTION OF PROPEPTY. umios to o answer the complaint of Stephen ahf brach of breach 18 i .14 a see -for'-ileyl detia piaingi? L-dprivdnm icm. There being a dispute' between the parties as to theoownership of the machine, the Benich adjourned theicase till Friday, for further evi deiice'

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Financial Statement by the Joint Treasurers of the Building Fund, from Feb. 19, '59, till Oct. 8, '60. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

Financial Statement by the Jobit Treasurers of the Building Fund, from eb. 19, 59 tl Oct. 8, 60. 1859. ' Er un. April- 7 To casi collected to date :.- £1530 2::. 0 .,;11;, Grantfm i:Council :300 010 Oct.10. .,,: collected to date .-.'. 32, 3 : 8 1860. i re f:a . dS :. April , do. .. 41 0: 0 .;11. -?, interestfrom Bank.. 5 12 11 May14. ,, collected to date: 60 1 60 10 0 " . 29. ; 2,,?; 2:?nadgrantfmiCouncil iS 200o: 0.: 0 SL X79210 :.7 1860. E -s?r rxer ? '-: :: Feby ll; Bycash paid contradtor L ..:.70 O0 0 "25. .... " " ..-100 0 0,0 March7 ,, 70 "0 0 319 ,. .. : . 560 [ 0 0 l" " . "60 0 0 'April20. ,,-:a ,, .. 50:; 0-0 25. ,, :Insurance .... .6:.3i May 8. , Contractor 50,. 0 .0 June-2. ,,,:";,, .. 200:0 0 7. ,, Expenses laying foun.: , , dation-stone 111 8 July 24. ,,Architect, on account . :25?~;0 0 Balance:; ... .0; 5 : 7792 10i'7

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Tuesday, 9th October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

Tusscay, 9th. Octobft 1860. 1 No business~this day :< ;

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Treasurer's Account, from April 1st to 30th of September, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

Treasurer's Account, froni i4pril ,l to 30oth of . Septenlcr, 1S6O01 April 1. To balarinciribank -"' .:. £17 ,?5 5 in bandsof Sec'~ 9 11 6 - , Donatioin of Capt. Freyer 42' 0 0 Subscriptionsi-embersi::..: 73 4 3 ý, ý i ~I k Associates? 16 6 ,, Proceeds Soirde "':.. 6 18 9 ,, Le,, Lctur ies ..: 10 14 0 ,, Hire of rooms. :. 12" 19 0 S , -:::Ball '(Mr. Biruce) . 17 o - .:- Dinner -,, . 19-6 ,, .,, Sale of newspapers 0' 4 0. 1 60 .I: :.:I'i :. C... 0April 0By Robinson, books . =-£0 13 :"4 ,, Rider, periodicals ... 7 .5.0 Sundries "' . 6 12 8 -, Morgan ; " 16:'0 ".:Rose;,shelvin, 0'-.. :0 12?0 ;,y:Brett, ell- ringing 0 7 '6' J~ay 1. ,, Tomkins, messenger, .. - 3 17 6 ,, Sutton, commission,c:.. 14 18 3 June 5. ,, Lawson, ,, " " 3 13 2 20. ,, Sutton : ..10:12.. 2. ,,.loxha rent ... 50 0 July 17. ,Lars6on, comnmission; &.' 313 5 -21. ,, Mirfin, lamps, &c. 16 18 '0 28. ,, Simcers oil, &b. .?.. 3 -:6 , Barnes, sundries- -,1 14 11 31: " ,, Stephens; pirintig.. ': 17. 3-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

'-Notice to Advertisers. re should feel reatly obliged if advertisers,; ?ho Wcan make it conienent tof'rwardt orders th dei l he; "ealy part of the weei woul laos te no it9eindoznga so `.i(therto icelhave been put to tome i nCoaceniece on accotint of the late hour at chidch advertiktnientshiave arrived, and if this??icld be ao'idlet, or partially so, our arrangeents iooiuld be6 greatl facilitated. ;

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

o0 ^T . Subcribers. A:'* NAoew Quarter havrmi commenced, our Subil e' mbiers are iiformeda tha their contributions sil 'be received either at the Publishing Office, Ann satreet, ori by the iartyi ho i elivers this papers To such ai bare 'iot yet paid tliri lastQuarter's sibsenptions as rwell as to those who are. iaebteb .to us sunry ,small accounts foriadvertising, we .beg.to stte'that we sliall feellnaich'bbliged lby 'their attending .to the abve intimationat an early ~ ibsrbers~reeitiig gat-i a itan ~cai foryardi ''t"heirtsubscriptions esther' in stamips or by post office order. Those parties who may receive the Clhronicle aiii .coloeined enveloj. wiU understand 'thereby that they are in arrears, 'and that the de. liveryof the palige badhl2eo.Iib disconbtined.

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Original Correspondence. A NUISANCE AND A CAUTION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

A NUISANCE AND- A CiUTION.I [T9'o the Edlitor of the Wi L risrowb CAiROSIcLE] Sis-,-I" reside close to: the railway. staition in this towl?, and I "have' to coinplaii of the great annoyance I ram subjecttd'tu'oies y other night of my life'by 6; host of :drunken black guards returning from Melbourne by the late trains. -I don't mean to say that everybody. that travels' t the dead ofmnight :is' "blaick guard, or' that he miust be necessarily duink" hbut-you must admit .that all decent peobile ougnht to -be in their'beds" by twelve o'clock, ÷and that-it is-fiir to' presume that :men who have 'spcit lialf the night in :publie-houses, play-houses; gaming-houses; and sunodyrother houses that "I -don't.-pretend to :know very nuch about (for it 'i ?not necesssary that one shldgdown in?oonint dvery-dd' of iniquity in order ,to know what it is) slituld :be a little elevated., I don't know that I have' a right to:dictatc to'any man what'-he shall drink, or wliere 'he shall go, or wvhen lie sha...

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ALWAYS AT A PREMIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

ALWAYS AT A PREAMIUM. .To this fifth quarter of the Globle" as an Irish writer h?ib called it the mother country sends many things its people do not want, snid the consequences too frequently are an overstocked market and a de pressed trade. Fromni this category we beg leave, however, to exclude two articles-the two celebrated remedies of Professor Hollowaj. Throughout. Aus tralasia they are at a.premium. 'The,Pills and Ointment are considered the most profitable commo. dites thatscan be taken itothe mines, as their efficacy in the disases co?? ion ii the gold .region is well known to every negget-hunter, and they are therefore eagerly brought up at any price by those toilers after the oinaumon of uirightuousness." For-theh ilon" fever??d d`all'tS"diidisire?eoI the1llveor' iid 'boweis whidhliprevaillon the auriferoiis soils. of:the interior. the Pills appear to be a positive; iiminediate` and in variable cure. 'Ve have seen returned gold-hunters from "the ' ",diggings,;" and' their ...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. QUEENSCLIFF, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

THE WARF ` NEW. ZEALAN1. [By Electric Teleginph.] QirE?NsciiFF-, Friday. The Ariel, Captaihn White,':arrivl :fribm Nelson, brings. datesTto Septembei- 21t, Tara naki news to the 14th' Sep8tcnibier :(Fiomi a correspondent) Taranaki, September 14. Last Monday a grand expeditin proceeded'to WVaitara against their rebel pas, consisting of 1,270 privates, and in allmodre than 1T400 mren. - They tooknmany guns from town;:and and were to-procurd more from Major Nelson at Waitain The force halted at'aboutw eight miles distant, and on Tuesday morning, being joined by Major Nelson, and the guns,;one i 67-pounder, proceeded, accompanied by about 50 Trantaki volunteer rifles, under Captain Stapp. They most gallantly stormed four empty pas, and burnt them ; but on attenmpt ing to enter a road leading'through some light bush to anotheipam, some ,natives .who had been previously observed to enter' the buish, fired a volley upon the advinced giid of the 40th Re~wment woiudi~ g ionel man, who fell, ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SALSETTE WITH THE AUGUST MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

EN GLISH ? NE S. ARRIVAL :OF THE SALSETTE WITH THE .-AUGUST MAILS. 'The Salsette, Captain Mcthven, from Galle, arrived at King George's Sound at 6.30. a.m. on the 6thinst.,' bringi" En"lish news to the 27 of August; and anchorea' inhobson's Bay on Thurs day night, about nine o'clock. Passengers.-For Melbourne: Mr. and Mrs. Lyell and child,"?Mr. Cox. For Sydney: BMr. Hughes. The New Zealand Bill has been withdrawn. There were bad accounts of the harvest. Large orders have gone out of the country for grain. The Great Eastern has arrived at Milford Haven after a 10 days' passage from New York, andseven from llalifax. SMinisters ate their white-hait dinner at Greenwich on the 22nd of, August. rarliament is to be pro togued on the 2Sth of August. The Fortifications Bill, after some opposition has passed.. This is chiefly attributed to a private letter from the Emperor of the French to his Ambassador in London, denying all objects of aggrandizement. and stating that his intentions were pa...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, October, 13th, 1860. PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 October 1860

WIZLZlM STO.W2N ¢,atu'da?, 56eiobe 13bth7S,0 - , OT. E" P" " "?CTIO T'"°: N "',:." protectionist has been id te into th Cg bieen theVre u' tea sentimients fa'tvoumbl at }least ibyimnplication, to, the, protection theory; a dhscussiona of some interest'hais been .pro ceeding in the Melbourne? journals, as to how the boys of th??colonyy shall be provided for aa alufrequently advanced solutign of the dif less- deeply with- protectionism. How a fre ad inister an. have felt himself jusfified in sintiroduciug ;into at free trde Cabinet a protectionist newmeber is morethan we caitni uuderstand,, olessdeed, 'and this we take to bethf real solutinof the difficulty, Mir Nicholson ows I iY the protection movement never can, ssume such afoitrmande subIstainceasto reinder it of any prctical import?r ?ait views his colleagues h ld respecting it .,Protection to: nitiv industry is a good" popular cry,- The idea of rism ;iiages ormaintaining.?-wages, while-at the same time we fill ihe public treasut...

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