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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
-'LETTER ItATES OF POSTAGE. A BUTOAMI Tbv::b¶ tineroo-. ". • : E:eerdi-ng oz.'and not drceedingl oz... _- 1 0 -Eaceeding ~loi.e ancinotU eOeedin E re iubeg 2ev and not exceed.nSZ 80 And every ounice or fraction =of Ad- one e use!i si..itiodil 0 TO 'THt vl'reD seEINGpO3VrA AcM:atlLEei8. i.: e?n'I';ae in additioi:to'the above:'. Under to. -... -. 0=_6 Unde?loz. . 0?.:'. - Ad for evenry Ior. 3d.e additionaL - Net?sppera 2d. euichddatiooa. 1 S EO ? OK POS'T"ACE " -VIA SOoTroA PTOtt. The boo.k posta ys. ai his beei n g eendd to he United liagdom, -Iuili, Ceylonu , ManIriti o, Hong Kon@, Miilta; Gibraltar, New South Vales; Sooth Astralia, 'Tasonania New Zealand, and Western Aestratlio . Not exceediDg4oz; . . "* 0 6 Above 40o. and not exceeding Soz. ... 1 Above So:z and not exceeding lib. . . 2 0 Above Ilb. and not exereding 2lb.1 ...'. 3- 0 Aboed 1lib. nei not estieeiun Sib. 4 .0 And so on, adding is. for each addialon al ib or fraction of 4lb. up to 31b. TO Ta? UNITED KINGDOM b t VIA aFA...
Thursday, June 14th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Thu. 2l crsday, June 14di,.196.-;. .. ' "The.Divore Bill was lixed to take precedence of ll buiinies' on Wednesday ite.t. Mr. :Brooke then moved that all the business on the paper be postponed, to enable the last order of the day-the consideration of the report of the Sele'ct Ctmmittco on the importation of Railway Plant-to be taken up. Imlortant disclosures would probably be made, which might require the Government to take legal action, and it was desir able the law. officers of the Crown shovldhavo time to consider the subject before the departure of the mail for England. The motion was agreed to. Mr. Verdon, chairmanof the select committee, then boughtup the report. In this case the evi- 1 dence was not that of discharged servants, but of c documents that could not be disputed. He pointed attention to the singular fact, that the contractors t had paid the large bonus of nearly £6,000 to be al lo wed to transact business that in ordinary circum stances, a merchant would expect to ...
Thursday, 12th June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Thursday, 12th June, 186.' ,_r.rEbden aided whether. any official iinfori? tion hal leen received of the intention of the N?ew i outh.Wales Government to cease to subsidize the the mail line by Suez The. Treasurer was repor ted.to'have stated, in answer to a question ino the ihow South Wales Assembly, that it was not the intention of that Government to join in any- new scheme for a postal serviceby way of Suez.- I Mr. Bailey said that no. official.,inforniationi had becun receiied:by the Government onh the snbject ? In answer to- Mr. E?en, - Mr. Pyke said a telegramn?vecelveUdioii Aibuiury on Monday stated that the New Soouth Walce offi cers of Cnstoms had seized drays of goode passin~ through-the streets of Allury. ;?ie nidrthbiots were meeting the difenulty- by stoptlrn th? drays on the Victorian side of the -?uirray. ' lhai im madiately. commuunicated by telgraph with the nutaihoities in Sydnoy, and they had a.-reed to usu pond all such-pilrceedin ,s as -had ta?en place at SAlhir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, June 8th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
" LEGISLAITIVE. ASSEMDLY- .. Friday, June Sh, 1SG. "ir. IIood called attention 'to the report of the lelect O( .n'iiittec upon the railway Department, which, -]le state, showed that. the department ras most cxtcvagantly manaage. flo found that the cost of the managemcnt i1s to the end of 1859 was 1.:^? ier cent. of the tdta e penditure, while in other similar unlertakings it was no more than ' -per cent. Plans of locomotives and bridges iha? bncc sent home which were useless; On the $altwatcc ETidgo alone there had been a loss of 4,fui, tcsinedi b1y tie mismanagement of. the o;ilic. Itfwas privcd that eight or ten draftsmen ia- Ibeen emplloyed for si- months on the drawing of the f und?ation of the workshoisof the Geelong Railway, which 'itf was shown in, evidence, one man o-uld have pr-pare?l in a month. The stafl, in sbhot for 150 miles-of railway, was mor nu- montns than tli,,se cnilined which M'r. Stcphlen son an-, Mt. ]hiciel had in 1845-0 for the working .f the entii~ Great No...
Thursday, June 7, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Tltursdcy, Jue e7, 180·. The Crow.T Lands sales ill was proceeded -tith in cummittca, when Clauseo 31 wavs struck out. This v a-; the cla se pe -mittin those who had pur ??msed land not exceeding 320 acres,.prior to the pI.sinu of the acut, to se!cot a certain port'on of laud from -any lauds proclaimed, and to demand a lease of the laud so 'selected for five .or ten years, n th lile. .y to,pi :cliasethe landscelected andat £1 an acre. ,: . : Claunse 3, l-nmiting the amount.of land a peeson miflit pelchase in the first year to 640 acres, was struck out, on the sug?esm- ion of Mrr.Dennett, with the voiewe .. srlstitnt; .another clause: - Cousidcrabloetiscuso~on took ilace on clasoe 39, reg?,lair tlho conds;;ions of the lense. Eventually the Claius -%as altered and a ,eced to. A -fecing .a ndition was moved by Sir -James Palmer, and negatived. On the suggestion of S?r Jam?s Palmer, the words .were struck out by which a lease was fo feited if the lessee became in ,sllvent. or m ,.."g.te...
Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, 8th June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Frsday, sith June, 186O. The Speaker, the Chief Secretary, and other members of the Assembly being present at the bar, His Excellency the Governor gave the Royal assent to the following bills :--The Murray River Railway, and Geelong and. Ballarat Railway Acts Amendment Bill, the Law of Registration Amend ment Bill, the Armed Vessels Regulation Bill, -an Act to Incorporate the Board of Land and Works, and for the Purchaso of the Geelong and Mellourne Railway, and two private bills. " CROW~ LtNDS S?LES BILL. The House then went into committee on the Crown Lands Sales Bill. On the 12th clauce, on the motion of Mr. Fawk nor (adopting a suggestion by Mr. A'Beekett), "one nile" was substituted for half a mile," as the line of separation between land already sold andland tobe sold.under the bill as "country land.. . .. Mr. Bennett proposed to omit the part of the clause giving the Governor in Council power to de clarelands special. : The motion way negatived, after som...
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' SEWING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' SEWING ASSO ; CIATION. Nowthat the new Presbyterian Church has Ieen erected and opened, the Ladies' Committee, who or ganized the Bazaars in connection with it, feel this to bB the fitting time to present areport of their pro ceedinosto the friends who helped them in their ar duous utics, and which have happily terminated, in aiding to erect so handsome and.commodious a structureverydifferenttotheroughbuildinginwhich" the Presbyterians of Williamstown first met to weor ship God after the mamier of their fathers. That building which, by a siniular coincidence is now placed opposite the new cIurcb, and is still doing service to the town in protecting its fire-engine, was then a boatshed near the old wharf, used durine the week as a carpenters' shop, and on the Sabath transformed into a church, where, notwithstanding its want of a pulpit and a steeple, and where the bare sand formed its only floor, and that sometimes washed by the waters of Hobson's Bay, the Gospel...
Williamstown Police Court. Monday, 11th June, 1860. (Before Lieut, Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
' iiliamstfown l osige t? ourt. Mfonday, 11t June, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) James Therey and Nicholas Gallagher, sea men, were charged with being drunk. Being a first offence, they were, admonished and dis charged. Thd pr:soner Gallagher was subsequently charged with wilfully injuring a tent, the pro= perty of one Alexander Gunn. . . . To this charge he pleaded that being drunk he was not aware of what he had done; and expressed sorrow for this 'offence. The Bench ordered him to pay 10s. to com plainant for the damage, or indefaultfive days' hard labour. Edward William Beay sought to recover the sum of £23, for work and labour done for George Kingston, sailmaker. It transpired that plaintiffs demand in this case was premature, for an agreement had been entered into between the parties con cerned, that when the work done by complain ant for defendant had been paid for by the person ordering it, the complainant should re ceive his wages. Defendant had not yet been paid for...
Friday, 15th June, 1860. (Before Lieut Crawford, P.M., and Messrs. Verdon and Freyer, J.P.s.) HAWKERS FOOT LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Fiday, 15tah June,:1860. (Before ILieut. Crawford, P.?L, and Messrs. S Verdonaarid Freyer, `J.P.'.)"" On the'application of Mr. Pehtland the Bench granted Hawkers' Licences to Isidore' Schapes, and Levi Green. :: : -. CAIr soRJol WAGES.; . Amos Robinson, master of the White' Sta -hip Carntyne, appeared before the ?Courtto answer the complaint of a seaman, named Burelius Brown, for non-payment of wage: Complainant, on.being sworn, deposed that the ship was on the point of leaving Liver p6ol, and the shipping articles on board when he shipped, but he had. never signed them. He had been three months on board, and ac cording to a verbal agreement clainmed 21. 15s. per month for that period, which the master refused now to pay him. In answer to.the Bench, Defendant said he was willing to 'pay the man the wages claimed if he would aign the articles to go back in the ship, but plaintiff had refused to do so, and therefore ho (the master) refused to pay him.... Plaintiff admitted this state...
Thursday, 14th June, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., Thos. Mason and Chas. Gordon, Esq., J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Thur day, 14t. Jine, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., Thos. Mason and Chas. Gordon, Esq., J.Ps.) . SThwomas White; seaman, was brought, up on warrant, chargedwith deserting from the ship Admiral Lyons.. Mr. Pentland, for prisoner, contended, that his clienthbad no intention whatever of desert ing that having.received 61. w es from the captain, he had thought proper to reit a cot tage close to the ship, and on. his being a short time absent, was supposed to have deserted, and hence the chat· e. It was proved, however, that prisoner .had clandestinely. taken everything belonging to him from the ship ; and from his subsequent conduct it was quite clear he did. not intend to ietirn. The:Bench sentenced him to 14 days' hard labour on board thle hulks. - Willidi?i:Leis, on remand warrant from Footscray, charged ith. lun?cy, was, on the medical testimony of Drs: Wilkins. and Trot ter is to his'not being fit to beat large, sent to theo: elboirie Gaol for 14 days; for medi cal treatmiet....
ENGLISH MAIL ROUTE. THE following brief abstract of the time table of P. & O. Company, as finally ratified by the government, will be found convenient for reference:— OUTWARD ROUTE FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
BYGLISEH ArAIL 1ZOUTI7. THE followinig brief abstract of the time table of P. & O. Company, as finally ratified by the govern. ment, .wiU be found convenient for. reference: OcrWARD noUTE FEO3X EfYS ID. " A vessel to leave Southampton the 12th of every month, and to reach Alexandria on the 25th or 26th. Mails via Marseilles to leave London on the 18th, and reach Alexandrid on the 26th or 27th. Pas. seuigers and mails to arrive in Melbourne on the 5th of the second aalendar month sudceeding, with the exception of those leaving in July, September, and December, to arrivo respectively on the 4th Sep tember, the 6th: ?'ovember, and- 3rd February:. teamner to leave Melbourne same day, and arrive n ?dny on the third aolloing. Time, me
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
LA TEST INTELLIEIGENE.. Money-marketeasier. Discount moderate. One million and a half of notes returned to the Bank. Stock Exchange dulL Consols, 94-. 'Yictorian debentures, 10O? to 105]. Russian loan of eight millions reported. Ortega shot. Montemolin and brother captured. Vice-Governor of Hr .gary dead. Political conference to assemble in Paris. Sicilian insurrection suppressed. - Arrived.-Copenhagon, Gilleaple, Hague, Moi denor. Sailed,-Bernard, Gosport, Eclipse, Bonaven. tura, Stork, Australian, Commodore Perry, Orion.
NATIONAL PREJUDICES, VANQUISHED. THE TRIUMPHS OF A GREAT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
NATIONAL Pr EJUIDICsYVkNQUISiED. TB TRI5IMPHo a aCmT DISCOVEseT. Thoinagnetie influence of gold attracts the peo iploof every clime to our shores. Men of all na| tions, and speaking al thelanruages of civilization, are to be found congregated on our auriferous plains. Differing in all other things in their cus toms, habits, and religion-there is ono pointupon , which their opinions coincide. Englishmen and SAmericans, French, Swiss, Germans, Swedes Italiens, and Chinese admit, without a disseriting voice, that the great remedies introduced to the Iorld 20 years agoby Professor Hollloway, the dis .Iinguished physician and pharmaco.olist, are bet- . ter adapted to the cure of diueasods in this climate than any other preparations in existence. This appears, in fact, to be the experience, of man kind in all parts of the world, and hence the noi 2e-salpopularity of these medicines. - We cousi: der; however, that the boundless confidence placed n their efficacy by the representatives of s...
SMALL DEBTS—DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
SMALL DEBTS — DECISIONS George Gallpen v. John Wilson; defendant &nbsp; to pay £2 5s.; with costs of court. Crickner v. Kenneth; defendant to pay £7, with costs &nbsp; Watson v. Swindley; defendant. to pay amount claimed, £15, and costs. Clough v. &nbsp; Same; defendant to pay £15 17s. 9d., with costs. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Post Office Money Orders. R[?] FOR THE [?] AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
-Post-Ofice Woniley Orders. t:CtI U?T~ar ,v roR rn' >?E-.t- "C .D .y rJ sýre o0 Poet-.oFric6 O EY O?'DE:'. . B? Ezcelleiiy the t:ovt. o,?,o h tb. the advice of tbe ,' .necetelve Cou. ;l, s 'o been e-tsed to0 directte I eeibicrtion o th.e Tolloiowlng lI: l :b.ions 7or.the issue and .'?,yment of Pol (Ji?sr lootev O.'dcrs in the'Co a oy of Vl tor:.: anda? be ,n-ib are ^ h ''eby ;dformed that in rooto.mit wli the -ell-. rreglaton S, ost 08l e oney'OcerrCs may boe obta;oed. and: be n:ide pay able at :he rtudermeutoeed ji.ecev r.0 end w e. the 1-Lb 32lh y, 1SiS. . .. : 1. T-aes a'di.d timnooCe-eefl peymen.. money orders mCy he eoblaiucd a.vd 3.de papyole a?. the followie p .laces. viz :- . i'-o 'The Po C-.r Ois n 0.Oý7 llnurn.e.'. Do. Gerelong. Do. " a ow. Doo. Puland. . Do. . elfast. Do- Warrnambool. - bet teeen "'-ho ors of Teai 'tm. and Thr' p.m., Sum. days ....cepted. : -" , 2. .limit" or. a8i't. and Cne- b 'ib i be ' :-,-.. of pawd: -Money o Cd-' macy, lie i',ILi* for :lv ii rih o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Benson's Erasive Soap. TBE undersigned has been appointed agent by the Sydney manifacturers of the above highly prized soap, and will receive criers and submit snm ples, with directions for use. This soap is noted for the g?eat saving of time, labour, and expense. THOS. MASON, S. Neleoi-place.' APOTHIECAIES' 1ALL9, WIIAAMSTO 1, T PSON EE T ? ;, TWO oo:S FROM TsE Pi OTE. . . . Spcidl License for the Colony to se ase Steam Laboratory. -. . -. iMAtlFACTURIG PARMAC EUTIOAL J. I. A.NsoT, grateful for the patronage he has reteived since commeicing . biincss, ;wonl beg to draw the aL~ention of his custoniers and the public to the quality and extent of his Stock. of Drugs and. Chemicals. 3. . A. has at great oreenso fittd-up a. aboratory with Steam Machinery lor Manufac turing pure Preparations and Chemucals, and to as&iro them that nothing shall'be wanitin" on his part, as to care and attention, to secure a continuation of the support ho has hitherto ,njoyed. : muc'h*.* RICHARD ARN...
The Williamstown Chronicle WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, June 16th, 186[?]. A DEAD LOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
WiLI JS S v, takjfoa ': 1 -. EAD.am,--·- E ' a3 cee tee0 a. 3so i mudi tprose be s a wi , rs , a mt¶ ever of ~an e jui~laie IIn the ctri f ina& Hi ~~~44 ~ om 'b~,oo~o~~ ut x ~ ~ s r« r iieia enig ~i~o e of the Ass--mm gin euled b r ilatb :yLi Bss a ieiiy D I~e : y ii3 thisn& - i os; bunij: thzr_. ' is Et3 3 far Its hope :he i$ wln, u - g ;myeap.E wal t: us ii n 1.1:s 2: -:· 4fr s1 9 u t 8:Xn 1 T Z .sz r ;!e. u-tui-~ ThmS e theJ~s~pee peasery~iil Mt : :: PJS SC~~'·~~L9P i ~- TiL) ~~~ds ~ ~ i weiieth seo e:3rw_,3 b;ti~i~i~ o-Dr~~P~-~E~ thsyt srs of su taci on ina nstoncu vtvel ' 1ith'. di tilr.i reme?y N4'ohere e. is. tl re=V governing body so abs rie d ir ronible. a] If the British House of Lords sets itself too ci :determinedly -in-opposition- to -the-popular sA branch of the legislature, the Crown has a oi means of bringing their lordships to their sen seas by a new. creation it caniswamp the ob- n structives. .If the .President of the.United States abuses his power...
Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, June 11th, [?]60. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
WJiijazistoi MZ icnicip ConctL - _ r a~s~ait- --J K ru I J a (Ma nc n.i La :no e The~ mnhes rfa ~i bemxý-r d and~I~r the mi-emozin11 (ozrawn ii last Sr i) to r Hamm1ia , zie Sz-Zs -- E e± of Tr. c for \'acccraan F ti ie; ',+- ! ýL3 lnz r =L 'o :.0- ll ilbe. e .. 3 ;, ýI11" L1 ; : _ :i.-ýi u .":--Em M-L'S71-Z 'ý ti tie =a- e :il :.,} . , i~ilT-ý ".]ý.:ý^i iii ý, ýC"?iIP.ýýl2l_ '' ut :1 T "-t 2i'. ,_; as TD3 Tip 1 =;1 ; a-2 '"i3 -1..' district, 6 the.Cobncis pa ? de- , o e 'ost of aisecond letter-carrier. ., ? ti i 2. l irim'r. Charles Sminth,.solieiting.the appointiwentbf Town Hetdsian b this muni cipality. [It was decided that this letter should -be considered nfter'thw-ther-busin of the Council had been disposed of.]:- , - Letters, addressed by the Chairman, were read as follow :- --- - - -: 1 1. To Mr. Morland, accepting his tender for the supply of thirty lamps. " . T- : 2 To Mr. Wm. Fletcher, acceptinghia ten. der for the supply of 500 yards of shell metal 3. To Mr. Inspector Sm...
Tuesday, June 12th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
- Tuesday, June 12.h,186CO. '. .The Fit-oy and .Cu;ol wood Gas Company's B'l was advanccd a stage. T.he: Peaities .:emission Bill wasa raa first : ft'ime,..unldizassedtll,)- lh conmmintee.:,i i-:"; L 'i: .. The Crsik . Lauds Sales Billwas then procected. tiiihn coininiTUee. On Clase 23, Mr. Power moved an nmendment, &lt;loing away w th 'lot,' S.nd subst'tuti;g limited auction.. - Mr. Stra.chan supported the amendment;. .. After some discussion the amendment. as amen tdcd by 1.-. Fellows, was a oed to, and the clause -was altered accord;isly... : O' OClause 24, , - . Sir Japiesa Palmer proposed to striko out all the -words from. the 49th.line, and to add the follow ing--' Sihall h entitled to a graziug lience of the rcmanin?g sulIivision for-throe years, at a rate of oncfatihmig per acre, at the end of which pelioa the same sha] I le iput up, to public auction;- at:nn lupset price. thoa me as that atwhich thesaidl i'-'-. named .sulxivision was sold ; provided alswlys, that no...