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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 12th November, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

Williamstown Munieipal Council. i~-·i Present :-J. K. Fryer, Esq. (dhilarmn ) and Crs. Inglis, Maxham, Courtis, and White. ---.The minutes of-the. previous. meeting 'were read and confirmed. .-Lctters had-been receivecLasfollow. :-......i . 1. From the Crown Lands and _Survey o?tce, acknowlelging the receipt of a- letter ifito this on'cil daatcd NTovember 1st, and ,tatitng that -th-sibjet referred to would be 1 .considered on an early day., 2.` From the M?unicipal Council of Emerhal Hill 2irging the necessityiof'talin" immediate steps for tse extermination of snkilces. {Re ceived, and orereA:to he cion~sidered after the i'sual business of the tveaing had been dis posed ot] 3.From the 'Sectualiry of the ltinicipsl -Conference of Delegitesstrequestmn' an ut-1 pression of opinio fromthis Counci on the quetion:.of .unicipal endOwment,-.andd- tihe franing of a new Mulicipalities Bill ?fila en .clos?g a copy of a Ietter thereon from i Moore, '?sq., Under secietary:.. The Chairman said it ...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. For Monday, 19th November, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

Nvo. e ,Q ; 9a-QTI'dt' For Mlonday, .9th Novmber, 1860. r_ That;on' tIie`26th Novefnbei the Council go into Committee on the. ietion of giViu utdponabionxo'nthee oll ainswn t Ii dieto Boii -Wdeiit-Sockty. -

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

' nqligiiui qf rlicq.' ; ¬I Novemnber 9.-Oschr, s.h.s., Trapp, from Adelaide 6th inst; Barriet Hope, brig, Spain, from Newcastle, N?.S:W 22iidilt; 'Valiant brig, Brodie; from New ?astle,- NS.W., I5th til;.Tamar, scl., Pie, from Newcastle; 7th' ult;:BellaVitla, barque G;roves, from Newcastle.?.~e.\:. 27th ult; JCldo, Soases, erom fGalle o2nd .t; d1i4'-llhr., S ;fromiCVe castle N.S:iV: 24th ?lt -Village Belleh, schr., froni W\VarrnanboolF ;or.nt'Alaid'er, slchr,, from \are nambool.--- - . " November 10. -Colonist, barque, Tlils, from Car ,:ff,-Juljr3.; Queen:'ss.p,,TLuas 4mm? .Portlat?d .; Royal Shepherd, as., Saunders, from in aunceston '........ ... . . -arert;isel shr ..Wight, from Port FErederick,' 7th inst. Cityof Sydney, brig, from Portland. SNovember 12.-Futhli Rahomanship, Smith, from Calcutta SrnldAugn '-e . - '; Novemberi?13:-Pirate. a..s;,... Robertsin;, from Utag, 5th inst.; Wonga Wonga, s.s.s. Walker; from -Sydniey 20th inst ; Storm-: Bird,! s.s.s; from ;Port Albert; Joor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

WILLIAMSTOWN. t* Wenscday 26thiDec., 186BO.: Shoias Stewart, Esq: . ... i.:.; i _.Villiani C . Yuille, Esq. SD.Lewi Esq. . . .iLKeend,-Esq., Thos. Chirnside Esq.. ;.; .+,:,,;; .- ; +a; . ,: .r ... . ...:r.- . ,..STA TER :-1.. ,,.: ;+:' . ,ili : .R-; ;i;-. obert,NichlsonlEson, sq *r ;* Ho.. Ci?RKa OF THE Cocass.: - Friank Tattersall, 'Esq S'i i:: MAIDEN PLATF.-' "' TB. ,;, 0L .FIFTY SOVEREIGNS ;e oneq mile. and 'a ;1 half Weight for age; for all horses that 5 "''"derust Ilbe aerbhorses whiockcctiveBeen -ethe : property of residentsieSme i "st Noember, within * ithree miles.of Williamstown. -Entrance, 3 sova .:YILL'A MSTOWN HBANDICAP... SWEEP STa, forA&t o KES. -aonc. :f :,,Of Ten Sovereiens each, with 100- sovereins . a.dded.' One ile and three quarters. Entries, enclosing sweepstakes and 2 sovereigns entrance, inustbeniadebefore Eighto'clockonWednesday, :,,the28thNovember, attheSteampcket Hoteland S.weights.will be published on the following S .atr-. 'daly, i'. "Bell'a Life ...

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BURNING OF THE AMERICAN SHIP ARABIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

BURNINt G Or THE .A3ERICAO X SHIP !. LCf . :- ARABIAN. - -iThis.fine vessel, of' over 1,400 tons register, and" whiclislik latoly'been disLhargin :'a large general carzg from Liverpool was totally destroyed by fire, while lying in her berth along'ide the Hobson's Bay RailwayPier, Sanlridlge, diribg Monday night last.I-The .winl which ivwas from. the S; W., had 'fortnnately lulled a little diiring the evening, or the rsparks from the burain- vessel wouldlh.veo been b lown to an bidge, and prohbably have destroyed property to an inmmense amount; as it was, some of the -tvits at their.monrings were set on fire by that inflinence, hut their owners heing on the spot, siceeded in rescnin them . It appears that Cap tu I larding, with his wife alnd family, had retired to rest at 10 p.m., was arona.rll shortly after 11 p.m by the ringing of the shilp' bell. On hasten, ing on deck he 'perceived ,the ship was on- tire in the forcissls. Mea4ei were imnediately taken to tet th . fieSer, bti'to ?...

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GARIBALDI TO THE WOMEN OF SICILY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

GARIBALDI ITO THE WOY1tV OF According to a letter in thee Preose, the want of self- rliance and persevering energy of the men-ofiSicily bhsscpasioni Garibaldi some disappointment, -and has led him to appeal to the women in:the following procla mation: ,n ?" .- .'.TO.'srm?SICILIAN WOtE-. ' "Liberty'! the most preciods gift of Providence to p~oples, has been gained forSicily, thanks to the manly'resolutionsbf the Sidilians, and the generous aid of their brethren of the Continent. Liberty, difficultlto gain; is more difficult to keep; as all .Italy for ages haseperienced to her :cost.: Sicily is such'.a country that there is no need in her case to uecr to'foreigu histories to find examples of all kinds of ci._ic virtues, and-the?iomen there?iave at all tisnes'dispif?ed i courage which has aston 'ished the wdrld. 'Fiom thie women of Syracuse, wh "cunt off their treseds to inake robes of them, in .the old Roihandaiys, to tli6se of Messins, who en cosujpgged their ,relatives toattack a bo...

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Cleanings from English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

How 'NUTTO CONDIUC A Bus.-Cross Bus Driver.-'" Now,- Ify didn't you take that there p-irty" " Conductor. "Said they wouldn'.t go !1i Cross Bus Driver.= Said ?cJywouldn t go' T'hrysa4id 'they wouldn't go?"'Why, 'what do-yoiu spipose'y'oure put there for? ' You call that con ductin' a bs. :Oh! theywouldn't go ! ike that, &c., & -c. -(London) Pund. : : ::The Earl of Charlemont (now in his- 85th year) and Sir Thomas Staples, Bart., Q.C. (also in his 85th year), are'the only surviving members of the late Irish Houses'of Lords and Commons.` I S- From an official document published by the PortugueseC overnment, it is seen that the annual production of figs in the province :o Algarve ave rages I1,235 tons, of which2,496 are consumed in the country, chiefly in making brandy, and the re mainder is exported. The prices vary from 19f. 36c,.to 27f. 1lc. in French money, the 100 kilog. (about 2 dwt.) The expdrtation is principally miide'to France,` IHollimnd, and Bel6gium. Mr. I. ...

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Miscellancous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

- M'imErT Rwls itiiDE.-I: say 0oe said Olne little urc~in toi another,_ doese your schoolmaster ever give" yona ri-i ewaf Rfi-~i f t.- " sheF r does was thereply, for he gives me a lickin every day and says iersttwo. 1 r ` SDANCINGo THE PoLKA.-Somebody des cribine the absurd'appesranco of .a'man dancing the polka says :-He looks as though he had a hole in his pocket andwas 8 trying to, shake a shilling down the leg of his trowsers. . .. . ORTo? X. RAP AD. -SOMETHIGNIG MORIE. -It is evident, bywhat .we.hear of the gains of the Spirit-rappingbubsiness,"that 'its professors must obtain a considerable commend over one mediumratleast-and "that is the: circulating Tric '-FOL;Orr o SPECIMEN f AmeDricaln political English is culled from a northern journal: --"The hardsliells riudaiate the disintegration of the bogus platforn unless aplank is inserted; giving free'bss to"th Iii6mpton.': Constitiition on the amalgamated ticket."- , -: A REMARKABLEL-.FACT.-- leaRt is getting to be vulgar, 'asi...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

- gelps attfitWi ects. -;"'' Mr. JohnThnmas, SmithIhas been elected. Mayor oLehimufTohesiith time.. :Ch U lh s iBr own,'aliats oulingsoiio a notorious criminal, has beeniiitrstted in the Murray district, !on achargt~:g highway oobbery unded arims. i -~ ! " Coal::has-iBhbnV'discovered :it Coleraine, in the Portland district, in sinking a well. Several' seams hav liein passed throu gh but they are thii. The search is nw being'; mide specially for coal, 'aiidtihndicatinns are'favbnirabie ' .'-'" ' A woman, namncd::lr Bain, died in child bed,?at ISunbury a feWdays ago, owing to the in 'competeincyof the iiidicalentleman who attendedt her. The'attehtion oLthe la*r fficers of the Crown 'have -been directed'to this case""" . "" ; .':There has been a' rand review in Adelaide by the' Goveriibr of Southl Australia, at which, 500 i.lunteers were preseit; nd 8000 spectators. Dean Farrell, colonial chaplain, osiiecrated the colloirs which Lady Macdondell presented to the regiment. A-child, 22 i-...

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Accidents and Inquests. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

Accidents and Inquests. SERIOUS ACCIDENT.—We learn that yes-   terday a man named Way, engaged in the Johnson's Reef Company's works, was being raised in a sort of "teakle," used for raising and lowering workmen     and materials, and when about 100 feet from the bottom, by some means the machine became un- geared, and the cage fell to the bottom. The man   sustained severe injuries to the spine and-jaw-bone.   Dr. Hoyle was promptly on the spot, and applied   such curatives as were necessary.—Sandhurst Bee,   November 12.         Sp1PD IFL 'ACCEIDENT IV THE BUSr: On h Saturdaynight two men, named Wilson, a brick- c motran d tCor. acka miner,-rwere on their I rad.:'toTi?engower anid when 'within a few miles Is ,of the place theywere obliged to camp in the bush. Theyh'lt-a" r and-lay down under an old tree, and, b dur'ing the snight which was ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

_.THE .LADIEns' _.BeNEvorsI SSOCIrsc.-It seems iri? the iviliahfM id'i2 dIi iieevo lent Society are in-diffictilties,-or -at tiny rati it is understoo l"that tliey cannot e their way clear .tog ca rroi'their -operatiois upon: the same cxtensive.scile, as iey, have hitherto done, and suc,,being?e case tley have ap pealed to the Municipal Council-forassistaince. That their appeal is;just andr.easonalile, cai not be deiied. -Five- years has the Society :bheii 'il':Lexisteince,; during?t whichtimn it has` IeeiI acttively eniployed in tehevin ithd: sick 'anl destltdte; and few webheliefe of thdsd who hiave applied fori help have been re fused. It is evident;:.therefdti, that our local authorities, who alone are responsible for' the provision of:the poor, have been relieved if a very great burderi.. But the Godvernment, frnihon iiomthiW Societ iibat riee&i?~ .t as sistacide fdr te ic-la thrie' or fodd years, having disdoitinued. their "rai?ts, the Society will be comnipelled t?ii....

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 November 1860

RICH QUARTZ.- Our Inglewood corres- pondent states that 83 tons from the Inglewood Reef crushed at the Perseverance machine, when cleaned up on Saturday, gave upwards of 1,000 ounces of amalgam, from which a net result of over 500 ounces of gold was expected. It was to have been retorted during the day.— Mount Alerander Mail, November12.       THE LODONDERRY DIGGINGs.— The spe- cial correspondent of the Mount Ararat Advertiser says:— " Since my letter of Monday I have but little to report of this rush. The lead is being slowly but satisfactorily developed, and since my last I have counted seven holes that have been bottomed and from which payable prospects have been got. They vary from 1dwt. to 3dwt. to the tub, and some rough bits varying from 1dwt. to 3dwt. have been picked out of the dirt. I even heard of a nugget weighing 2½ oz. being got yester- day, but I could not obtain authentic information of it. The favourite line now appears to be r...

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The Foundations of Universal Confidence. FAILURES UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

L`e Foundations of Universai Conf-i dence.: .FAILURES UNKNOW N. '=Ther ire discoteries andhinveiions hichnenef reach ibeydil a'ceitain locality--tlier are others which pen idr e th1li orld. To the l;tir clases lie long the "worldladee&.td remediesof ProfessorH ol:I loway. In "thbse "coldnies uiiivcrsal and implicit confideiic is'placed in thdm. -Nearly every vessel thatirrivd5 froin ivdrgpoo dpd .London brings i consiaincit'o HdlldW y's ?illud'Ointnent,and. yet the "dema? from't) iiiterior :is 'so large and inced$it, tinat the'stodk is ?endrally short in our seaboard raites. ,:T 'ijar guai titles lie purb-ied mridsentpttt for thee qieit peiiipse'of' being pie dled tbtoilgh etl 'n~in iots i nd 'dnoeinbus profitac realized in tis'ay. ~-['ie 'muier;who does:no't desire to'be 'victimized by`Thetraivelling extortidiiats;who: dpDcult in these afegards o human'.lifo,'houlld propide himself ýith'an ample supply frm the uiccredited pgeits of Professir Hol :loway, before starting f dr...

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THE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Tieri: (jlos aAT THE MloLUIA.-We have been' fvoired 'with severil d?ays of geintle and a:liiist coiitihlous "ialin, and the farmer and , gr?ier,_-wii'i the 'community-at large, beg'n i:-tolook fofar?d with confideilce to the fitune. I a., however, sorry to add one qualification 'to this statenment-th? e .wheatcrops in some' :instances apiiear ilight, although .not -exactly l-hiat I should termna failure. The -plis'is also extinding its rivages from ithe: cabbage to 'thee turnip plints, but hlis not-liherto in this icighlbourhood nmid.e ,its ?'pp.fr cc on of the cereals.--:lla lrnra iAercn . :lLeccrrini A-ir.--The nweather is nmw dry 'and tolerably cool - The luxuriant feed in this neiihborh'ood is fist chalng;m' colr, and fears are efitertain'ed'lst any bush fire should break out, as in that case it ~oulcl sweep all beforeit. A good "deal of hhay isstacked, and farmers talk of commencing harvest' ini ":bouit three Weeks.--Correspdndent Register. THE FORTHiCOMII NG ']-RvST.--We ale g...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

. ettus off the , tcch. Michel Kelly, a labouring man, while driv ng a dray at NorthMelbourne, on Wednerday, fell down in a fitildh shortly exprired. The Secretary t6?the Taranaki Relief Fund Committee desires'to acknowledge the suin of three pounds (£3) handed' in by Mr. John Pemberton, being the proceeds of.a lecture delivered at the Railway Camp,, Mioorabool, by the Rev. E. I. Watkin, of Wil'am?..wn,-Grelong Adrertiser. His Honor.Sir.-Redmond Barry, captain of one of the Collingwood Rifle Divisions, and the Speaker, Sir,Francis iiTrphy, will appear in the uniform of Captains of their respective corps atthe grand review, positively fixed for the 3rd December onathe review ground, near Sandridge. - A telegram in the:Syqdney lorning Herald of .Satnday, dated --Goulbournme, states-" The eseort from Kiandra arrived last night, ,with 1301 ouinces. .The parties in charge descrilie th9 roads and rivers as being in a fearful'state. In crossing .the Numerells they had to strip and swim acr...

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THE FORGOTTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

. THE FORGOTTEN. They have forgotten thee-and yet lHow beautiful wert thou? The light of holiness seemed set : Upon thy lovely brow ! And ever 'neath thy soft dark eye, Affection's fountains seemed tb lie. They saw thee fading in thy youth, And shnmk with mournful fears, Dreading to look upon the truth, Thinking thereonwith tears, Hoping when hope was wild and rain, A sad relief from present pain. -I stood with them beside the bed, - Where lay thy mortal frame, And oh, what bitter tears we shed, Murmuring thy sainted name, 'Linked to expressions, fond and dear, Which thou in life had'ast loved to hear. But'this is changed-a few short years * And thou art with the past; Thy name.unseals no source of tears, • And scarce a shade is cast, When thou art mentioned, by some chance, Oin the light tone or mirthful glance. They used to go, as pilgrims, oft To weep beside thy grave Now may the summer dews fall soft, Or wintry tempests rave, Yet no familiar foot hath pressed -The turf of thy lo...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Wý:irst.owi RirEI.E Cosn.-A? special heetiig of. this Corps, was:held:in' the Drill boom on the.evening of Wednesday last,. for the'btpirde of electing & captain, and transact i.ng 'dthr fcessqary- bbsisness. 2,fIr.- Weldon was voted to'the chair, Messrs. R ickettl ald +..ot being .toKef, it., was; foI nd'that. Thtf, -stwrtE4:,:had polled thealargest nrmhber of votes, and that genilema~n.ifs theiefdiib e clareddiulyected., Mr..Stewart aclinowledged the.lblioor conferred on hia 0 th: in otion of Mr. Silith, r.i Ridwas re-elected secretfary; the thahniý%f the Corps' being iawarded hi for his pastBrices,.. Mr. Rider:.mioved, i nd MIr..Rockettseconided a votEof .thaniks to W. H. Litchfield, Xs;; forhisi exertions ian s-c cessfully establishiing a RifleCorps in Willia?s toiidn,w-hich resolution was carried .by accla mation.i: By an.:advertisement i.m another coluimn, itwill bhe seenthat-a speial drill of the Company, will takeplace ait .530 a.?. on Monday; whenaevery mdnimbr wii ...

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Poetry—Original and Select. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

The annexed selection shows the author to havo been a writer of no mean ability; the scene is one from every-day life-(alas ! for frail humanity) and is depicted with vigour and poetical eloquence. On reading it,. one is inclined to meditate on the misery drink has brought into the world--of the many wretched wights who "Loe it weel, Better than any brither." But our poet concludes in such a lianner as proves that he had a strong spice-of sarcastic humour in his composition, and which makes us finish the perusal of, the production with fecliuns not alto gether of the melancholy cast with iyluch we com menced it.-Ioxor s.' :?- -

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 26th November, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Wfmliamnstoiri Mainicipal Counc.il MIondaji "ehk Nordemn 1800..;0 ,P sent.: .? K Freyer, EstI, (Chairman), and 'Crs.ibnglis White, Moxhami , La loh oee, Mason and Court?s, .. .he-minutesl f ,the previons mreeting were tZed ..id confirme . : k I CORRESPONDENCE. Letters hid.bech received as followb:-- - ^1. From the La'ids and "Siirey office, Mel bourne, acknowledging the receipt of a letter. from iii thed ,Toiwn 'Clerk, dated the .14th' inst., aid sftsthting tht the Presideht of ithe Board of Land and Works would wish to obh tain the opinion of this Council relative to commonige reoulation s. PFromr Chis. Broad, Esq.; stating tat his a'ttfition hitd bfeii called to a letter in the 16?al jounials setting.forth .that his wife iid 'ihild had taken lowers Tromit.the public gr .dens, 'and -explaiiing "that only one rose had Ibeeni plucked byt.he little girl, when tii: gar deilcirahterfered, -The writer expressed a hope t thit tih Conmcil 'dild do hllih thie justice of t publishihg his exp...

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. PUBLIC WORKS REPORT NO. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. PUBLIC WORKS itEPORT No 21. Tenders were received for supplyinig timber for fencing-in the. public park, and the Com initteerecoriimend that the tender.of Mri. John Thupiit t le accepted. ., Tenders were also received for the extirpation of thistles growing on the-waste lands of the municipality, and the following recormmended for acceptance, viz:-District .No. 1, R. Munro, £5 ;2District No.:2- Wm: Hall, £2 10s.; Dis trict N1. 3, D. Edniuodds £' ; District No. 4, E. Pitt; £-5 "s The Commniittee further: re Sipair .the rpths of the : district for the-ensuing ir omonths, coiemeencii g.tfhe 1t Ieceniber proximor . r. ""in a - tip:o::: t .Cr 'Cours having cautioned thed Council afainst spending the public money upon un profitable woiks, and. the Chairman and Cr. Mason having replied thereto, The report wis adopted. ..? RKET REPORT NO. 3. : The Com~i ittee recommend that the western portion of the municipal reserve be let to.Mr. Andrew B~rke the poundlkeeper, at £2...

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