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The Williamstown TRADE CIRCULAR. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 6. MR. FOSTER AT NORTH WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
T.RADE CIRCULAR. WILLIAM'STOWN, Saturday Se&pt: 6.: MR. FOSTER AT NORTH WILLIAMS= TOWN. ON Tuesday evenifig iast;, Mr. Foster a1' dressed a meeting of the electors of Williams-' town in the large room attachedto the Victoria Hotel,. Stevedore-street, for the purpose of offering further explanations relative to his' political' principles. There brid been aheivy fall of rain during the day which had rendered the streets of North Williamstown almost im passable, but which did not prevent the ft tendance of a large number of, persons, amongst whom were many'of the most influ ential men of the town. The chair was taken by Mr. 'Mason, the Chairman of the Municipal Council, at about half-pastseven o'clock, who referred to the advantages that the electors of this' district would derive in having a representative of their own. The Chairman" also made some remarks relating to the inequality' of the pro visions of the Constitutional Act, by which only one member wasgiven to Williamstow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
STWART, TAY LOR, SjIP, CHANDLERS, J: :Provisiol Merchantsv AND NWINE AND .SPIRIT DEALERS, Id Thompson Street WilUamstownI. s T. MASON, I H OUSE, Land, Estate,. and. General Commission Merchant, Victoria House, Nelson Street, : WILLIAMSTOWN. . TITHOS. -MASON, Wholesale and Retail Draper,": 1 and General.Importer, has on Sale a large "quantity of Grdy Calico, suitable for house-lining, &c.,.;cryccheap. tf SIIHOS. :MASON. desires to inform the Ladies of . Williamstoswnvthlt he has just Opened a large -'quantity (exiJames Baines) of Sewn Muslin Trim miings, Muslin Collars, Cambric Handkerchiefs. .Black Lace Trimming Widths, Wide Black Ribbon, Velvets; French Kid, Silk, and L :'e Thread Gloves; -and White Cotton :ose-all very Cheap. -tf .THOS. MASON would call especial attention- to the undermentioned Goods, and the' exttriiely L.ow Prices at which they are offered:-? Good Longcloths, od, 31d, l4d, and 41d . ' M[orrock's do.,.ld, and 5id . : Welsh Flannel, all wool, at Is.4cr yar...
ENLARGEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
ENLARGEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL. It will be seen that we have this day enlarged the size of our sheet. We have done so for two reasons: the first of which is, in order that we might be ena- bled to publish full reports of proceedings that have recently transpired, in which the interests of this town are involved; and in the next place, that &nbsp; our readers might be furnished with a specimen of the article we intend to supply them with regu- larly at the moderate charge of TWOPENCE. As our arrangements for a permanent enlargement are not yet completed, we fear we shall be compelled to publish one or two numbers more of our usual ordinary dimensions.
MELBOURNE AND WILLIAMSTOWN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
MELBOURNE AND WILLIAMSTOWN The tenders for the construction of about four miles of the Melibourne and Williams- town Railway have been received and are as follow:- W. Cornish and . . £30,831/ 8/ 0. W. Allan.......... 29,781/ 4/ 2 &nbsp; Pearce and Dalziel.. 31,199/ 0/ 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J. Sinclair and Son.. 28,791/0/0 Geo Scithers .. 22,872/9/ 6 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; E. Bradshaw .. 26, 497/12/9 &nbsp; &nbsp; Geo. 'Holmes and Co 32,314/ 7/ 0 John Davidson .. 27,136/0/ 0 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Bourne . ..22,977/ 2/ 8 J. and N. Campbell 30,298 /0/ 6 &nbsp; Rt. Crawford .. 30,179/12/2 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Murdock and McDonald ..26,854/17/6 &nbsp; &nbsp; J. Musson . 26,025/3/6 &nbsp; &nbsp; Hope and MacKenzie 37,023/0/0 &nbsp; W. Craig and Co.. 33, 866/18/8 &nbsp; &nbsp; B. Higgins.. . 41,053/10/.0 &...
NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
POLITICS OF MOTION. &nbsp; By Councillor Verdon; To move - 1. That the propriety of causing Steps to be placed at the Old Pier for the conve- nience of persons arriving and departing in boats be taken into consideration. 2. The measures be taken for procuring a better light than the one now exhibited at the end of the Old Pier. By Councillor Maclean- 1. That the recommendations contained in the 16th Report of the Public Works' Com- mittee be adopted. &nbsp; &nbsp; A printer not long ago, being 'flung by his girl,' went into his office and tried to com- mit suicide with the 'shooting stick,' but the thing wouldn't go off. The 'devil' wish- ing to pacify him told him to peep into the sanctum, where the editor was writing dues to delinquent subscribers. He did so, and the effect was magical. He says that that picture of grief and despair reconciled him to his fate.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
Municipality of Williamstown. BYE—LAW No. 9 -- To empower the municipal council to stop up or close against Public Traffic any &nbsp; Street, Road, Way or Footpath during the pro- gress of Works. WHEREAS it is expedient and necessary that for the purpose of forming, metalling, paving and repairing the several streets, roads, ways and footpaths within the Municipality of Williamstown, and for the construction and repairs of drains and sewers or for the laying of water or gas pipes or for the taking up and relaying or repairing the same, &nbsp; that the street, road, way or path, or streets, roads, ways or paths, where any such works are being car- ried on should be stopped up or closed against public traffic during the progress of such works, or any of them : Be it therefore ordered and directed by the Council of the Municipal District of Williamstown, that from and after the date of this Bye-law receiv- ing the consent of His Excellency the Officer admin- istering th...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; REPRESENTATION OF WILLIAMSTOWN .— Since our last publication, Mr. Boyle has issued his address to the electors of Williamstown. He professes to be opposed to State Aid, State pensions, and compensation to squatters, military establishments, &c., and favorable to short Parliaments, law reform, universal suffrage, and vote by ballot. It is said that he will meet the electors one evening in the early part of next week. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE WILLIAMSTOWN PATENT SLIP.—The &nbsp; Report of the Sub-Committee appointed to inquire of the Government what arrange- ments had been made for laying down a Patent Slip at Williamstown has been published. It is an important document, and we regret that the crowded state of our columns compels us to defer its publication to another week.. BEECHWORTH.—The local papers have just appeared and contain an advertisement offer- ing a premium of five guineas for th...
MR. FURNIVAL'S SURVEY OF THE BAR AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
MR. FURNIVAL'S SURVEY OF THE &nbsp; &nbsp; BAR AT GEELONG. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Our readers are aware that a Survey of the Bar has for some time being going on under the superintendence of Mr. Furnival ; and having had an opportunity to inspect the charts on which the results of his labors have been mapped, a few particulars ?especting a work with which the prosperity of our town is so closely identified, will probably be per- &nbsp; used just now with considerable interest. In &nbsp; reference to the position of the new channel, which Mr Furnival has recommended to the Government for adoption, we may state, that it commences at a point about eight chaings south of the Black Bouy, which marks the Eastern entrance to the present ship channel; and extends in a straight line to a point about thirty-five chains south of the dolphin placed to indicate the western outlet of that channel. The entire length is rather more than one hund...
Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, September 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, September 4th. &nbsp; Present: Thos. Mason, Esq., Chairman; oucillors Langford, Moxham, Maclean, &nbsp; Stewart and Verdon. &nbsp; The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Several letters on routine business were read; also a letter addressed by the Chair- man, to the Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works, requesting that the Telegraph Posts in Ferguson-street be rectified, as the same have been set up in the middle of the public foot- path. &nbsp; REPORTS OF COMMITTEE. The Public Works' Committee brought up their Report No. 16, containing the following recommendations :— 1. That Capt. Perry's application for per- mission to erect a pipe for supplying water carts be assented to, provided the work be performed according to a plan submitted by the Municipal Surveyor, and under the super- intendance of that officer. &nbsp; 2. That tenders be advertised for the sup- ply ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
MISCELLANEOUS. TELEGRAPH BETWEEN MELBOURNE AND &nbsp; &nbsp; HOBART TOWN.— The Hobart Town Chamber of Commerce have entered into correspondence &nbsp; with the Melbourne Chamber soliciting their corperation and aid in connecting the two colonies by means of an electric telegraph. Mr. Macnaughtan, Chairman of the Chamber, writes :—"Sir,—I am directed by the direc- &nbsp; tors of our Chamber of Commerce to trans- mit to you the accompanying number of the 'Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania,' in which, at page 496, you will find a report from W. J. M. Ranking, Esq., C. E., &c., of Glasgow, on the Construction of an electric telegraph between this and Mel- &nbsp; bourne, &c. Here we are very desirous to see the work carried out, and have no doubt but out Government would vote a considerable &nbsp; sum to extend the cable across the Straits. &nbsp; Tenders are now issued for the construction of a...
To the Electors of Williamstown. Melbourne August 14 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Trade Circular — 6 September 1856
To the Electors of Williamstown. Melbourne, August 14, 1856. GENTLEMEN,—In compliance with a numer- ously signed Requisition, I have the honor to &nbsp; request your votes at the ensuing election of a member of the House of Assembly. On comparatively few topics does any essential dif- ference exist among our political men. It is there- fore, more incumbent on the electors to select as their representatives in the first Parliament of Victoria, men of ability and tried integrity, able to grapple with any new question which may arise, rather than to examine into every shade of opinion upon ques- tions about which the best may conscientiously differ. Whatever differences may exist on minor points, it is desirable that a general agreement on the leading questions of the day should subsist between a con- stituency and its representative. I will therefore, briefly state my views on the following points, and shall be happy to answer any questions at a public meeting :— 1st. State Ai...