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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

,oc;l :mil ,Occrnal cis. WTILLIAMSTOW GAS COMPANxY. --At n meeting of the shareholders of this company, held at the Telegraph Hotel last evening, it was unanimously igreed to invite the directors and auditors to a coniplitientlrydinner, to be given at the Telegraph Hotel, on Wednesday, the 21st instant. PESNY READINGS.-The Penny Readings were resumed at the Williamiistown Mechanlics' Institute, last Tuesday; evening, under the presidencyof the mayor of the borough. The laige hall was crowded to excess in every part, numbers being unable to obtain admission. Mr Gaskell, professor of MAnemonics, comnmenc ed the progrnamme by explaining and proving in a very conclusive manner, the value of his art of meniory. lie was deservedly apliauded for his interesting feats of mental skill. 1Mr Friely, a lceal amateur, followed with a fine song, entitled the Rifleman,' which was given .with so much spirit that it was encored -the 'MIuleteer' bhing suhsiituted. Mr Charles Perry, who livas very war...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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WILLIAMSTOWN MUNICIPAL ELECTION. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

WILLIAMSTOW-N: MI~NICIPA?L- o A. ' ELECTION. PUBLIC. MEETIxNG. . t A public meeting of the burgesses of l Williamstown was 'held at the Mcchninics' T Institute, on Monday evening, called for the D purpose of giving the candidates for muni- g cipal honours an opportunity of expressing I their opinions on local matters. P The Mayor of the Borough presided, and? c about 400 persons were present. The Chairman read the notice convening r the. meeting, and expressed a hope" that a every speaker would receive an impartial hearing. Hle then called upon Mr Clo!gh s to address the ratepayers. 'Mr 'Mason, however, stood up and said t thati 'before any gentleman addressed the c electors, he would hand in a protest against s the. nomination of Mlr II. R. Reid, he being c disqualified to stand as a candidate, in con sequence of his name being oniitted from t the Burgess Roll.. M1lr Mason also stated I that in the event of i\mr Reid's being elected, e steps '4-ould be taken to move the Supreme Cou...

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OTAGO NAVAL BRIGADE V. THE NAVAL BRIGADE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

OTAGO N.NAVAL BRIGADE V'.':THE , N A.VAIE-BRIGAPE 'OFD' VICTORIA.' Arratiageients having been made for a re .turi match between the Ota-n Naval Brilade and theiNaval Brigade , the shoot ing by the latter terminated o .S turda tts. It will be which to were 3 at t On Satu. -" so go both favonrable to the event.- Tlie crnditions .of the untcr.were, that ten nmen ofeach brigade should fire five shots each at 200, 400, 500,. and 600 yards, with. Lncuaster rifles, rehduced bore;- the: New Zealand men to fire simultane iusly, -at their butts in Dhnedin." Lieuteuarit tDouch, of the: Wi liarstown Artillery, acted as umpire for the. Odtao abseintees. rThefol-. lowineg.are the- spores:which show`-thi-t the shooting wais nit equal to t-hat generally:inade' by the WVillianmstolin men'-' . . 400 500 00 To .peptas Eider.'.. ad?, y`s. •1,h3-' di.,;. -. ,l.i:50 Iunnrer?ernan1U - ;.'-15," 13- . 8"5 10.?- .' 4 CGuMnner Aitken- 8. 24 ,1 - 42.> Lieutenant Forwleri· '13? ol 8 . e.8 41 Gunner Iceeuhing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

Te.; Land MIiortgage Bank VI CTm .- A.. S -" (Limited). (For Deposit and Loans on Freeholds). Incorporated Under, the Companies Statue, 1864 Offices: IS Collins street East, Melbourne.? -- IRECTOOS, Hon C. J. Jenner. M:L.C.. Chairman. Ron J. Ml'Crae, M. L.C., Vice-Chairman. Robert Byrne, Esq, I.P., MI.L.A. William Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. John Spence Ogilvy, Esq., Queen-street. George Wharton, Esq., J. i.. Architect. This Bank is established for the purpose of receiving deposits for fixed periods, and lendling on freehold property, on the svytem of Land Credit, which has been attendedl with such marked success in Europe, India, Canada, &c. lnterest.-The following aie the present rates, namely : On fixed deposits for 12 monttlhs.. S per cent per an Do do 6 months...7 do do .-a do :3months...6 do do Loans.--l100 and upwards advanced on free hold property at ciurrent rates, repayable by in stalments. Agency.--The bank also act as agents for the iuvestment of the capital o...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

Aug?mut 3.Alexandra, str, frrim :Syducy ;:We tern, str fidm rPortlamnd; Mercury, brig from Launcestou i'; o;sch, from Groymonth l;Gem, sch from-Belfast; IMelbourne, sch, from Warrnambool ; Georgina Smith sch, from \\'arrinambhol, Eliz bet;iscllfrom .WVarrnamlhool -VitoriaJa sch, from Corner Inlet; Lady Itobilliard, sch, from Belfast,; Lslia, cutter, from Belfast; Schieram, Dutchihip, Australia, brig, from Newcastle; Pilot, schll, from HobartbTown,-Donglas-bqe, from'airi-liths. August 4.--Penola, str, fro:n Adelaide; Sam son, str, froni'Prt li;ert. August 5.-John Bullock, sch, from.Gry Iliver;. Flyiug Sqiriire, :sch. from,. 1Eort lacDonnell; Waterlily, sch, fdrom n'yny?rdi ;'Spray, scb, from PortlFairy.; Yonu angs, str, from Sydney. August 6.-Wonga?.Wongs, str,-froi Sydney " Rangstoto,,ser, from VWellington' Lat l)arlnn2, str, from.N1wcaastle? Phills, brig; r ron Adelaide. August 7.-Derweisthstrh .from Holart Towns ; Omeo, str, from Diiiedin TisiiTas ni r , 1tfrm, f Laun?eston; Cliha...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

BY EBLECTRIC TELEG H. PORT PrlILLP II ADS, AUG T . : AnRIVALs.-City of Adelaide, str, om:Sydriey; Pat the Rover, sch, from Circular d ' Ieoliert Possenger, bqe, from Sydney. I :' SAIrDa.--lurrav. str, for I. uncest n ;' WoVg WVong, str, for Sydney; Caledon, ship, fior Callao; Swordfish, sch, for Cire arHe.id; Gauntlet, sch, for Warrnambool; Cha Edward, itr. for Sale. Wind.-N. light, at 4 r.m. THn ship Western Empire wasi a?slied.from the Government patent slip o T T day, and berthed alohgside the brekwaiter'W a iiostowni, to complete the repaiis do:e to" her ?g i. TnaE ship Joshua Ihates was tak i iilgour, M Lean, and Co's floating dock on elday, for inspection and repiri.' e i TOE contract for the repairs tý o Geelong steamer Lanai now on Wright's pate t slip, hais been taken by Messrs Mi'Cll and BL ; and the work is being pushed on with4;'our WRnKA&c A ---oCpsain Skelton r, rts having seen the vessel bottom up,. which he eforoe been notinan dy Captains Ml'Lean anid KeIl. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

."' :''Comfortable Lodgings . OR :Repectable Men, at 1Mrs. Nwcson's,16 . Thiopson-street, near Bridge Tnn. : ToL , . "-A THREEI OOMED BRItK COTTAGE, Two ' - minutes Ik from the Station. Every convenience." p]y, Barkly Av ns Hotel. C Bellows! Blldw ! Bell s! AT FRt . PE PAI. . EA-TRAYSs iets, exct i1gly cap. Knife J Boards an umerons her.iclecs of kitchen -nuse, atBarga rices. J.MA IRE, - .;.. : Stevedore-street. Bo rd and Residence.' . IRST-C S Accommodation at. the .arcly '-Arm ms .£lDer week. EDWARDS, .NIGHTMAN ,AAND. CARTER. -W AT R CLOSETS emptied on the shortest S Notice. 'Furnitnre removed with Large Sprini Vn-........ . - . All Orders left at cobmer of Cole and Osborne streets, will be attended to at the shortest Notice. LADIES' COLLEGE, WILTUIMSTOWN, !AUBiREY COTTAGE,. CLARK-STREET. :-ONDUCTED by, Mlns. B OSACK. (Glasgow), 'assisted by qualified Visiting Masters. Lim itei nnbeor f young ladies instructed in English, and fore6,-'Literiatire, most approved modern sys tem. Musi...

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 3rd August, 1867. (Before Mr Call.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

X14 Clitt3€ l l5t~ 1Ult otlcc. uopt.. ýf Saturday, 3rd Azugust, 1867. . (. . efre MAr Call.) William Pettits, a seaman, was eharged with being absent without leave from the White Rose. This being a trilling offence, and the captain not wishing to press the charge, the prisoner was ,?monslhed and sent on boanl. Thomas Donahue, a farmer, was charged witth attempting to commit sucideo by drowning htmself. It appeared tllat thu prlsnour, who resided at Greenwich, had bouc drinking for some timle, andi a dispute occuorring between himand his wife on the prervice dayr ie left his Ioonse and wentto thi Grer?nrich quarries where he met a lighterman named ion. welL ie ldessred tIe . an n a trange manner, andafter haking halnds with him and bidding him farewell, the pri-t4 soner proceeded to a wharf about ;o yardnn away where he took olt his coal lie then jttmped off the jetty Into dees water. Thle-noise attracting iesweltl's attention he ran to the spowt, and jumping into the river esucceede...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

Bowels.-l u1 painful affections of the Stomach, and disordered actions of tlhi liver aiid lioiveL, one single trial of theseopills .ill demonstrate that they possess regulatint and renovating powers in a high degree.. 'hey speedily restore the'appetite, lessen the unple.asint distensioni of the abdlomen, and so preventintlammation of theb iwels; aid other sierious abdominal ailments. 'Holloway's Pills aiiffordthe greatest comfort to the dyspeptic invalidi.withont harrass?ing or .eakening the most senisitiveannsti. tition; or interfiring muterilly with, ordinary purluits,

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE PENNY READINGS. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE PENNY "READINGS. (To the Editor of the CnmoxICLa.) SIu,-?Having undertaken in your last issue, to submit i' few suggestions for the considertion of thie gentleman hlavina"'the management of the above entertainnielit, I respectfully beg leave to add yet another word or two, in consequence, of what 1 observed at the 'Readings,' oil Tues day last. In doing so, however, let no olne think me given to unkind criticism, nor as occupying the strict position of the inidividual referred to by Burns, in his quaint lines: "If there's a h0ole in a'y'our coats, I'd ha' ye tent it, A ciders amang ye taking notes, And faith he'll prent it." Now, I don't knoaw what may have been the custom- at these entertainments in the par ticular I mn about to mention, as I have not often attended them; but happening, quite .by- chance, to be upon the platform on Tuesday evening, I felt almost constrained to 'come forward' and. attempt to dissuade that juvenile brigade, which: forms t...

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POETRY.—ORIGINAL AND SELECT. DEDICATED TO ALL BROKEN STRINGS alias REJECTED SUITORS. THE BELLE OF BILLSTOWN. Tune—Dorothy Drew. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

POETRY.-ORIG1NAL.ANID SELECT. DEDICATED TO ALL BROKEN STRIENGS olifs REJECTED SUITORS. ri.IE BELLE OF BILLSTOWN. Tune-Dorothy Drew. 'T?we in thie fishing village, There dwelt one Lizzie Dove: iho all men's hearts did pillage, Or wnrmlsl thens with her love. Three Votaries of Cupid, To win hl love did try, As donko'two weer stnpid, One as a weasel spry.: Chorus-She was very feos of flirting, At leost they tohl me so, 'Clhance onegave wayv, her lovers say, 'lhe'd three strings to her bow. - One waes frisky Ilakcr, And fond of wedding cake l e sowne that lie wouhl take her, Andl in his heart il) would hake. That heart was like ris oven, Alight froml Cuopid's fire, And if slle wouhl lt love him,i No mnore lie should desire. ". . Chorus-She was, &c. The recond, wn? a Painte , Hiis favorite colonr green, (2) lie sid thait lie would (:3) scent hier, Ani dress hier like a Queen. No brsll should e'er smear his love, It wenould be ever treo, As fnoglet to his little Dove. Iis heart w-...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

l ping Intellielgfc S ARRIVED Augst 10.-.Geelong; 1t;, infrom Point. dc(?Gall 1'iestern str ifromnPortlang Pat the Ro er, ah, fromCircular, Bead. g. ,August 11.-Coolong, ?tr, fromi Adclaile: ?'ithe schbfrom Corner Inlet EEsnort ,'ci firomoscdoo August 12 - Southen Crosn , oe r fri'nmtollb Town;iCatherinerm Jane; , ble,' firom"n?ewhstld'; Leslie,,sch, ifrom Lauuceston ;' AdeliniOe lirie, bqoe, ,from Newcastloe ?OberO 'Pisoeeer q , from .,ew.cstleso- Sea '1ymlih,; be; fro,n ~,w , castle .: Exoniao - sch, fromi Adelhir Resil ketch, from Kin .sI..lfro ? I iha'daddii ai ls from lkkitikostk : Walp etcli froni' ticsten Port ; Alexandra, str,.from -ydney. or' r'f k : August 13 Barwon:trtr, .from& 'Neweasti o Alexand, S.cl, arm- Port 'W3akefield ;. Loelia, cutter, froniBelfast ;?Peviril;: cntter" from Warr naimboo',; Genim sch-fromBelfast;"'Australij, scb, fromi Grtymouth; Aurifera, bqe; frten Wollaro 1 Siiia'so?o str, from Port Albert; Egmont, t from: ' Lyttdtoun. a < Art...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

. :B~E?ECEOTR TELEGRAPII., OTr fIELIP HEADS;,AUGUST 10.I Aiuaii . -South A niersen, amip, from'Boston W·ougfia` WPouga,, str; from Sysluey' Derwtiir t stir,' S fromi 1aunceeton. :., <r,,. ... -SAIL?DO. Saisou; strfor Port Albet ;A]ean dra, Mr frydney : Southern 'Cros sir for Bobat 1Town ; Callender bri, foyfRclibdmond Itý i 'e';Siurprise, bqe; for Niewcastle' :i Le~~iteri; ` . shý r ip:for Bombay LEscurt, h,-for VWarrnamhool 'Tasmani, str, for; Laduceston; 'Omeo str, for W hind.--WIight, at 4 pm.,i ii TIE ship Josblit' Bata ws ma taken tout of Xil1 goutr, M?Lean and Co's floating do0k ounTucalay, Swhere she hadibeein itiderý';i_ suidry repairsapre vionus to her sailing for IHon Kong. *,) m4 h THu steaume IAldiiga iis takeni up on the Go S' vernment Pitent Sli, on Wedd?iesday to have-her,. S hull ieaned nd 'painted, aid tlhe bottomn co?ted , with patent anti.fouliuu complsitio . Teo,?a ." steaimer, iou Yange,, after b .kgtaken off. S thie Gosernment :Patent Slip, 'et oiver...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

NOTICES. OF 10TION. The Mal or : To minov- I.That the Council do now proceed to fix the salarics.of the Council's officers for the ensuiiig year. Cir Power : To move TliRt.the Council proceed to make reguhi tions for nominating a boy a:L a free scholar to b'e placed at the Borough Grlnmmar School. Cr. Courtis: To move :. That tenders be called for making a flagged footpthli; 4ft.:wide, frlom Cole-street to Mor ris street .alig Nelson-place. .:The Mayor: To move That the Council, as empowered by the BIMunicipal Corporations Act, 18?3, negoti atO a loan on the following conditions, iz. :-TTlat thie amount of such loan; he £6000, the rate of interest to be paid at eight per eentuln per amnln, the purposes to 'lhich it shiall bei'ppliled aire the redemption of de .bentures tnuder existing loan (£2-100), tie snaking , of: streets, and channelling for dmrina'ge pursoses. That tlhe lriicipal be payable, at; the' banking houses of the English,"Scottish and Australian Chattered Bank in M'elb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

Notice. ".Subscribers at Footcmray not receiving their pa pirs regularly, will have the goodness to communi cate with Mr. George Smith. l'ottery Works.. ;. ,:It is particularly requested that parties resaling nt Wyndham, Mount Cotterell,' and the" inter vening tovnships, who. take an interest in the affairs of their respective localities, will comimnii cate with the editor of this journal on any sublcct. oftimportanee trnnspiring in their nciglbhourliood All letters (authenticated by the name and address of: the writer) to be sent to the, Chroaicle olffice, Williamstown.

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Fools[?] Police Court. Saturday, 10th August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

' Satrdo, 1a c lO dlguat, 1867. (Befure Messrs. Call and Blronr.) Lo'f;is Brown 'fir Sdeb of £7. As the defeitt nable, to appear, the case was adjourned fora w in order to gve the parties an opportunity of settling the inatter between thenmelves. At the instance of the rate-collector, a distress warrant was ordered to be T?ued against R. Avent for rates. The case of the rate-collector v. Wild, in which the defendant was summoned for non-compliance with an order of this Court, was adjourned for a week, to give the com plainant an opportunity of obtaining a fresh sunlonos, through an informality in the present one. Catherine Arnott summmoned J. Libbuons for debt; but as neither of the partiesap peared, tihe case was struck out. e Douglas Bell was summoned" for not com plying with an order made by this Court some time back for £2 10s with £3 costs, for evading tolls. As the man paid the fine the question of costs was deferred for further consideration.

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Williamstown Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

There was no business before this Court on Saturday. Moidar'i?2th A ugiust, 1Sd. (Before iMessrs. Cdall, Dowman and Frcycr.) An elderly man, named Jhnl Dennwy ags brought up on reniarid for surreptitiiously obtaining a passa~ge on 'board the Royal Mail steamer Geclong from VWestern Austra lia to this port. Senior-constable WVlitcer stated gat the prisoner was given in charge last Saturday morning, on the arrival oftheyl?ai1 bhot, for having stowed himself away on board tlhe vessel at King-George's Sound. The prisoner admitted the offence, and said that he.came to Freemantle -from Eng land as engineer in the convict ship Nor wood, but tlihatt lie was unable to obtain any employment there on his aririval. - Previous to leavinig England lie had been assistant cngineer in the British navy, and chief en gineer in the Rnssiuai d d Turkish services. He hald n ts ti ns s of getting from Western is trtli-'si'1his port. lie also stated that he had never been a prisoner of the Crown, and. that...

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"WE ALL LIKE A DROP OF GOOD BEER." A LIQUORISH LAY. Sung with unbounded applause at all the meetings of the Anti-Hu[?]-and-Virtue-by-Act-of-Parliament Society. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

"WE ALL LIKE A DROP OFOOD BEEIL- "` A LIQUoR555 LAT. SSunn seru sndo5 oecpal a wu s'siil~tiho meeriiesrecnf ie ti Htia nalo'j-a- -l'irtee-to-Artiof-Posi san ciu What a deuce of a row folks are kicklsn ?o nop :-:a;w S Inamatteryoulloewn thatinqueeoor c "o: ,? '" By acm mesldn they think to oeep people from drink,'~ I And make us relInusiah our beer. " ' ow a man likes a drop of good beer Though it be butcolonial beer: ;. ,-?:-? - -A nd ol every tel he a s surly the chiefl' . ra - Who would rob a poor man of his beer. ' STwos but last election the eras w "Prodteion. S To each mnnnfaeture nut here ,'. And amongst oil the rest what pleased brewers best,, ,Ya . Was the tax that was laid upon beer., a OThat nis uon ol "rh i rr," '"" SAnd now, "tiash their wigs." there's alot of darned prigs, That would smash up the trdelo in our beer. ; There' 'a chap in the Honsewho m?st snirelsly ant `'so' "A fact which wdill paltet appear, - I f you give it a thought that a bill he sas brought ?. 0I S ...

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THE MELBOURNE ROAD. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

TH1E MELBOURNE ROAD.. ;(To the Editor of the OCHnoxicLE.) Sin,-?Last i.Monday week a iecetini gwas held in the Mecchanics' Institute to give the candidates for municipal honors an oppor tunity of expressing their opinions with re h'ird to the various matters of importumce connccted with the town. One of'the can didates submitted a long list of \3orks performed, by him while .lie :was in the Council, andl said that what hle had done was not one-hldf of. whlat he would do were he again elected. TVell lie has been elected, anlid now we look for the fulfilment of the proinises made on that occasion.' It is a saying, Sir, that promises (especially those made at election meetings) are made to be broken, but. I believe that Ir Cloughl ha mbore regardfor his word than to .forget; or fidl to acconiplish; the promises miade, by himn at tlie last election ; In the belief that ?tr Clough will always uise his influench to remedy grievances, I now draw his attention to the present stite of the Me...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

FOOTSeIIAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. 4 )Iticd. rat) 11i1. 1Jp.st, 1S67. Pe. se?t-.hIe ;,, Mai Q, (.i, 3Browvn), and. Crs.- 3alarway ohson, Miftchell"; ;Bell, Hopkins, Humphrey and Bowley. C??IMitcliell, the' returning officer t tle :te, eleotions, stated thait he had' received nonihnation- papers from les5k. J. -I?own, J J.~tf. Dallaway, ando . oi?o1lx4y, but, as S-W?.?-8i- were only the samue number of- noinii $,'qttigi s vicaucie ;mo poll wias t.akeuannd the above-named gentlenit>ia were decared -:duly elected. After having made the ustialdiclar-tions ;thie iewly-elected councillors took their seats. Thie' minutes of the "prev.iousneetug having been confirined, the foall?.img letters. were read:- 1. Froin the «i fil?aistow'n Borough : Council,- asking ?this O?u cil..to appoint a Codntuittee to .cbnfer wiith a s?iiii larone froi Willuihamsto',n on th subje of a ;ro-d l:ibctiveei ti?he týo lolities ? Public ,rks. Co.mmittee .v.eri? appoix. to act on behalf of this Council]. 2::Fromni thp?...

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