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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

:-r i?ElS cE LilE A N E OUS W" $ i'i \`1A515f One obf the witne ess in a case fLr cutting ani maiming in the Court of Quarter .essioslithe other day,was asked by MIr. Biewer w'iat he was? meaning .what. trade hii was.: To this he replied IFm' afree i"hl :', Of" the ci4icstion lbeing put in.a more amplified way .he described himi.'ielf as - a ovcrnment- Officer." A whait exclaimed tdi; learried Council in astonishine'nt `A Governmant Otfcer" replied the imidanwiththe unmost cbolhees-" Ikeeps charge of the 'oses at'the CascadesR"-Hobarione Aercu?. : The editor of thei Boston Post thinks.that the Milledhiumn is at hand; and givis hli resons. He ~says that an: iriector of mhesures in "Bal tinore, while. going his rounds, cu a fiull quarter of an inch froui ayard-stick in a dry soods' store in that city,..it being mudch too Long. When the moon shines brightly, ie are apt to say, 'How.bcdutifiul is this moon-light !1 but in the day-time,:' How beautiful are the tieed, the fields, the .mou...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

_ LATFST DATES% : ^; San ~ranoxsco _ dnn 20, Cape of Good; 1Ho1e (Svdne ... e 0. AdehaldC id,.. Spt' Si 1,4 H bart Town "':;l'i "'"` ý'"'Sep:='1 T aunceatson S New Zealand _'`C:', Au 10 Singaporo .. July 2' 6intniritu . J. 25 Cla J e' .'7. Ceylon: "» : :,`t 3':'. n Caý lcuttan

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

"LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, The overnmenit Gaetle notifies that-Wirts for -Election of Members to serve in the :Lecgisiativd Assembly of Victnria will be iiss-edr aointiii thiearrangements as olloirietuiibrnabe i the Gtlh November : Collingwood . ..... Sep 17Sep. 24 S. Melbourne .. . Sep. 17 Sep, 24 Richino .... . Sep. 17 Sep. 25 .Geelong,.... ............ p. 17Sep. 26 Portland ...... . Sep. 30... Belfast ............ Sep.:.23 Oct. 1 warrnambool :: : .. Sep. 23 Oct. 2 Coac Sep. 23 Oct. 3 Kilmore' .. .i.r ,.. Sep. 23 Oct. KynetonBoto"s ... Sep. 26 Oct. 7 SurrI libo oi ~ S ......2.... Oct. 7 Amberton = :.... ; Sep. 2S Opt 8 Castle?ai?e: Brugl . Sep 30 Oct Sandhiirst Boroughs "... Sep. 30 Oct. TIo* North Grant ... ... Oct. 3 Oct. 10 North Grenville.. Oct. 3. Oct.. 1;4 IOvens;" .. Oct.`3 Oct. 14 Rodney .O.ct.3c... ...4 Loddon .. . ........... Oct. Oct. 14 Talbot . .'.i- . . O. Oct3 Oct. 1 East B~ourkeOct 7 Oct 15 VestBu ke Oct. 7 Oct n13 South'Bqurke............. Oct. 7 Oct. 17 South Grant: ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

T ri adnti. Fzayx,' M1 bourne Yiip-Yc' o~suaga~ldo~ii,,cL, Report.(exra~di frm as Ewighs aera en~iltjd H';Bow ihe Role. ,d.R gclbtion- for Joint Stock r Conpameot are complied w.ith. -te lamieEgiing. .:referencea, usppooed. toa certain iclejItiaj ib now lefore the flilliamaoton public-too. received last trenllg, and oill to attended to.. -

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

ENGLISH. NEWS. The mail-ship Golden Era, .which left Liverpool on the afternoon ofthe 20th ofJune, arrived at the Heads last Tuesday morning. Although Mr. Cranpton, late British Minister at- Washington; .'had been. dismissed by the United States.Government, and had.arrived in London, it had been decided, upon by the British iGovernment to maintain:didplomatic re latioins with that cpudntry.tlroiugh Dr. Dallas, the Americanl Minister at St. Janr.es' s. The following- are :extracts from English papers: THE -PniCiPATx.TTES.-Details have been: received' of the depjlorable scenes "tiat have. lately ccurredin: Wallachia: The colonel of an Austrian regiment of. cavalry required'200 carriages ~ithin an bour; and on being told it swas impossiblef to procure that number irithin the. titme,-he .sent a non-commissioned. lfficer, who" seized iipon all the conveyanceslie'could find-about sixty. The Wallachians attempted to defend their-prop'erly teriblefidlst took place, and.several. Wallachiatns...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

NOTICES OP MOTION. . By qouncilloi Maclean : TomnoveL : IWi:hat-ali.GCouicil - aply for' a" sum of. money to bplaced;6On'tliei'Estimnate .for ?6he ensulny , for thie talisliont of SaMeca ' Institute. at Willirnmstowvn. 2. t-tthe-Council-apply-to-th; Govern rnt for a sum-of money-tpo^bei placed oith.e' Estiniates of the ensuinmayvear for fencincr anidpintmti of'tIi Public Gar, . dens of Wlliamstown '; By the qClirman:. To': move-- , 1. That a Market. Committee be formed' for the -purpose of-framin- ;Bve-laws; makirig regilationsý aisn filis, 'tolli 'and . . dues; to -ie exac ed: . tilis Council ii - tlhieW illh amr stown .mar!eL; -.. J.. -; - :

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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CONSULS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

-C ON; S; W Argentine tConfederation- Jeain i William, Mackenqa?i'Esq:M., D. 104 .Collins sreet east, Melbourne. Brazil--JrB.Were Esq.46 ,Flinders-lane east, do. .. SBelgium-Gusiave t Beckzi Esq ,64 Flin ders-lane west do. Bremen-F. W: Jansen; Esq.; 46, Flinders lane east, do. Chile-J. B Were, Esq .,46 Flinders-laneo. Deinmark-J: B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders lane east, do. 'Robert Kent, Esq., (Vice consul); 46, Flinders-lane enst, do. France-Le Compte de Chabrillan, No. 87 Collins-street, eat, do. Hamburg-J. B. Were, esq., 46 Flinders lane east, do. Hanover - A. Kaufmaun, Esq., Little Bourke-street cast,- do. Lubeak-J. B. Were, Esq., Flinders-lane Meklenburg Schwerin-Edward Fratzscher, ' Esq., 135, Bourke-street westdo.-- _ Netherlands--F. G. Lange, Esq., (Consular agiit), 153, La Trobe-street west, do. Peru--Juan Diez, Esq., 20, Flinders-lane west, do. Portugal --J. B. Were, Esq., (Conaulgeneral) 46, Fliuders-lane east, do. R. Cooper Esq., (Consul), 9, Queen-street south, do. = Prus...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

The following articles are extracted from   the Argus. Although the statements here presented are not in every instance correct, as shown by the Geelong Advertiser, they never- theless contain much valuable information, and are worthy of an attentive perusal:— The subject of the railways about to be un- dertaken by the government has of late been a good deal discussed, both in letters to the newspapers and at meetings of various candi- dates for legislative honors. From the lines of argument, and from the contradictory na- ture of the various statements, it is quite clear that much ignorance and misapprehension exist in reference to the whole matter, we therefore propose to lay before our readers from time to time such information as we are enabled to ascertain, from authentic sources regarding the proposed works. On the present occasion we shall point out as clearly as pos- sible the line of route of the grand trunk rail- way to the Murray, which is the first to be con...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

-THE WILLIAMSTOWN CANDI iDEcxIstoio and procrafstinat!on are iio.great recomniendtito s to- a man in any. shere of life, and much less so are- they to one who aspires to Lejislativb ' hbnort' - ThaIt they .re :plainly visible among tlhe qualities and ahits of the gentleman who stands forth as the ipolitical openeqt of-:'MIr. Foster. we thiss tlte can be butvery little doubt Mr.. .Boyle was:spoken of a' a" candidate for'the representation of. Williamstoivn more than three nitnth.i -ago., .As nothing- had- been heard of. him for a" considerable time, we be'gai to th:inii~ it Wis' a hoax; or tlHai he had given ip the idea of cmihng forward. On this point, however, we were mistaken. Mr. Boyle's address, pofessing all sorts of-things, iihade its appearance at-: Williamstown, ri' tle shape of a printed circiular, on :the 30ti ult., and that is the last wie a: heard of him A few days ago, it was. whispered about the town that lie iii-old shortly hold a. puiiblic n.meting; but no notice to'...

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Williamstown Post Office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

wnuu~o P &ain09i. & TABLE or AditVALs a's -D Tauai 'or IWLAD 1MAILS E :18K$. STo rrive from m," '? e. Ballart (d line of route) ,'1} p { Casrlcfijine, Sandhours, ,and Maryborogh (do:) - Geel?.s?g (do.).".- ? , .. ,". .,". Bee wrorth (do.) :". OC'.I; d Moh:-Ted.?F.- 2 ,?}pi,: " Bel]st(do.)..I...........Mon. and Fri.. ,, IIeathcote (do.) ..........MIon.'and Thur. Portland (do.)...... -.... Mon. and Pri.' , _ Closes for Time. Melbourne ... ..a..... t." Dailyat l and p.m,' " Ballarat (and line of iroute). , 1l p.m? . Castlemainc," Sandburst, ". and MIaryborounh (do.)J;' Geelong(da)...:.... .....p. Becchworth (do.) ....?...;.Tue . Thui..Saj; l1h$i: Belfast (do.) ............ Mon.h andWied i Heatheote (do.) .. ......OML antlid Ti}m.i p.m., Portland (do.). : .: : an. Fr 3ii p. For. departure of Ship ails,_see..ist exhiites at the Post Office.: ; .. "........ .CH RDPIPER,"Pos? aster "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

W illiamstowa PRItNTING OFFICE, i.:Cards, Ciro rs PoyeL f'ost~rs,,U ilsA Invoices, Catalogues Shipping Forms, Law Forms;: . Pamphlets, Prospectuses , And every ,description of : Letter-press Printing on the shortest notic. ENGRAVING ;: AND COpper-plate Pri ntii g ANN STm EET,': WILLIAMSTOWN. RATES OF: EXCHANGE. On London 30 days2sigt, OD' TAunieon ld : perent. di, .. Adeld Sydnyo,,15 do,1! dis * i Anckland,?9dod ,, , SBathurst; do.;- I do; :' , ellniigtOn, do :do:..';: .?Goulburn, do., I do.' ? Lyttolthondo.- do.' Brisbane, do. 1 do ortlnd do, ; do. ..,.lobartTown do , 6 d o? Gelong, -3 do, ':do.' ,Oi~ohdon, 30 dayssiglt,, On Wellington, do.; do, . par:. f , :, . I Lyttelton do., do.. , :' Sidney, ?'ghtt. :'prem'. Poirtland. angh:. do. Slatrst- dd, do . d 'Geelong. do., - do., Goulborn.'do.ido??,:, New York. 30 days Brisbane, do;, do.' ' I siglit 3 do. Hobart Town,-do.i, Halifax,do.,- 4 do.- - Launceston, do.; do. Montreal, do., do. Adelaide, do., do. Quebec do., do. Auckland, do., ...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 13. PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, Sept. 13. PERMANENT ENLARGEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL.         THE fears which we expressed last week as to the probability of our being compelled to issue one or two more numbers of our recent limited size, do not, we are glad to find, at present appear likely to be realised. It is true that our arrangements for a permanent enlargement are not yet complete, and that in producing the last number, as well as the pre- sent one, we have been put to some inconve- nience; but as we have made a step in ad- vance, we are unwilling to retrograde, and have therefore chosen the alternative of bearing the burden of certain extra labor and expense. We mentioned some time ago that it was our intention to change the title of this jour- nal—a promise which we have oftentimes since been reminded of—to one more in uni-   son with our altered character and position.   When the T...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, September 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

Williamstown Municipal Council     Thursday, eptember1th: * . .U Present :-T homas Mason, Esq.,; Chliiruianj IC7Cduncillors Armstrong; M~cleai, Stewart, .iL?agfo'd; Verdon, arid' Mloxham.? , .The minutes'if the last feeting 're read and confirmed. ' r , SORinESPO'nDECEr 1 . . .*., Le.ters were read addressed by the Chair mxan t6 tKeI-Ho."tlie 'Surveyorz-Gcneral, re .questing--'. " ? " :.- ... . :" 1 That a site of Land at the.corner of tlhe Meltourne-road and Parkeri-street bi granted: for a Mechanics Institute.i c 2. That Street.number 23 n?i the 'Govern ment plan, running romi tlie Melbourne-road - to. the Bay,-be proclaimed by thie name of " Y a rra S tre e t." ." ". . ' . ' i ' . . . 3. -That:the-Pound be. re'oved to mirore central position; and that-ermission be given to fence in a portioi of thl Market Reserve at StIheangle 6f Hanmerand Electra streetsithie .sae tb-'ie proclaimed the Pound for thedi s tricL . ;i 4. Thiat an- additi6ni r'e ade t thle :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

Government Advertisements.   Public Works Office, Melbourne,     1st September, 1856.             FORMATION OF GROUND FOR THE   PATENT SLIP AT WILLIAMSTOWN. - Tenders will be received until eleven o'clock on Tuesday. 9th September, for Filling-in and Form- ing the Patent Slip Yard: also for Excavating and Forming the railway Station Ground, Sidings, and Road, Axxxxxxxxx, to the Lighthouse at Gellibrand's Point, Williamstown. C. PASLEY, Commissioner of Public Works Public Works Office, Melbourne, 5th September, 1856. FORMATION OF GROUND FOR THE PATENT SLIP AT WILLIAMSTOWN.- The time for receiving Tenders for the above work is extended to the 16th inst. (Tuesday.) C. PAISLEY Commissioner of Public Works. Electoral District of Williamstown. NOTICE is hereby Given, that the Nomination of Candidates to represent the District in the Legislative Assembly will ta...

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PATENT SLIP AT WILLIAMSTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

'PA·T~E I T~STOTSL T ? nTsxsowN-Whiat ever truth thereidniybe iti charges oftei inmade of delay and vacillation in some departinentst of ith Governient, the Commissioner ofPiil lic Works seems atleast determined-that no reflection sliall be cast upon himon the 'grioniid of neglector want ofenergy in pushing for= ward-public workss when once they are decided on. . The ?building of the Legislative= Chain=h bers -affords a- remarkable-evidence of this kind, showing hiow speedily, -tid-we may say satisfactorily, large public works can be car; ried:on- un?er;a aaroper. system of supervision. A-pile.of.build?lngs of eigal -ia?nitude could hardly have been run up in a less period -of time than.it has taken to brimn the. Chambers to their present state of near iompletion in . aniy European capital, where thie appliances of lab"or anf material may be supposedi to: be -more-easilyprocurable. "This speakswell for the practical ability :shown,? bye. ?tihehead of this particular depamrtitnt of t...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN PATENT SLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

THE WILLIAMSTOWN PATENT SLIP     AT the usual weekiy meeting the Mel Bourne Chamber of Commerce oilwng   report was brought up and rel: Report of the Sub-Committee appointed to inquire of the Government what brra nigemeflt had been made for laying down a Paiet Sip ?:, ,' at Williamstown.; In consequencef the absen?i of thle m?8?"i iissioner of Public; Woiks; 'yout' committee was unable to make any progress in their in quires.; ,Immediately on the return of Cap tain Paslev from Sydney, an appointment wva p, rohiptly madeTor 'i? interview ivifhl hii:: Your comrinittee had a:lonfi conferencei wt:. w Captain Pasley on the subject ofthe "hpatenti"" slip.. He rientioned thatlthe.landloriginally-? - , intended, and lhichi has cobsidred ithe iost' eligible site in Williamstown forewthat piurpoo had been' granted to the` Melbourne and   Mount Alexander Railway Company ,.i'?   lihe had recently selected another pcrtio?n . o wate...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

DO3IESTIC INTTELLIGENCE; Williamstown Police COURT. ri. r . McGarry, Master of the ship Ellen, appeared at this Court on Monday last, to answer, to the complaint of Chris. Broad, Esq., Senior As- sistant Emigration Officer, for breaches of the thirty fifth section of the Passengers' Act. It appeared from the evidence of two of the pas- sencers, that the.Ellen sailed froii:Liverpool ain the Q35t of. May last fr -this port, having '1'33 persons in the steerge, that during the voyage.theyw:were not1 sipplie ?-ithl their full. aillowance :of,nater;,';: in'thattilieyivere alsod short ofibutter,.potatoes, and other, necessarises predscibed by the Tmipenrial Act. -The defend ant, admitt.d that the passengers liad not re ceiyed teiri fillsti:ply ofwater, anid said that had lihe given them more thel . n.onldJiave run short of it altoigetlher, le ilso stated that the shortness of butter .was- owing to two casks hivng beenitole'n fromir the ship before she sailed. Tlih'Co~rt .brileretli the si...

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To the Electors of Williamstown. Melbourne, August 14, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

To the Electors of Williamstown. Melborne, August 14; 1856. GENTLEMEN -In compliance with a numer- ously signed Requisition, I have the honor to 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 between 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 followings points, and shall be happy to answer any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 September 1856

STEWART, TAYLOR, & CO., SHIP CHANDLERS,       Provision Merchants, AND     WINE AND SPIRIT DEALER,     Thompson Street Williamstown. T. MASON,   HOUSE, Land, Estate, and General Commission Merchant,   Victoria House, Nelson Street,   WILLIAMSTOWN.                                       [A CARD.] C. J. PERRY,     Custom House Agent,   Williamstown.     Office : Custom House Building, Opposite the Wharf.     C. J. PERRY begs to inform the residents of Wiliamstown and Masters of Ships in the Bay, that he has obtained a License from ...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 September 1856

'NOTICEs OF MOTION.;:. By Councillor AMoxham To mov-rr- o , 1.. That tenders he invited -for the purpose of forming and metalling the path. in Cecil street, commenciri at Parker-street; and S'ending it Fergu'son-street: By the Chairman : To move- 1. That a call of the whole Council be made for October 2nd, to take into considera= :tion the urgent necessity of raising fuinds for metalling the principal roads: before the ensning winter, . That the Ratepayers Rollbe printed with out furtheradelay.

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