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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
REPORTS `OF :COMMITTEES.' I:: The following reports were brought up and ta :The Stereport of the Pblic Work Com- P mittee, stating that the following accounts had on Ibeen passed to the Finance Committee, vi .: John Wilson, £37 5&.; Andrew Burke, £15; W?i. ELetcher, £31 3& 2e.; D. Wi'son, £7 ; Hurley and McDonnell £33; Hurley and e McDonnell, £30; Thomas and Currey, £30; fo J. Atkins, £30 ; J. Baird, £7 19s.-total, a £221 7s. 2d. ?xe report arlo set forth that. his contract, the Committee recommend that the tender of John Sellick be a:cep te& The 5th report of the Garden Committee, pT stating that the following accounts had been g examined and passed; vii :-J. Cannett, £5 b 2si; H. McKe,, £4 18s. 10&.; R. Munro, £5 2s.-tots', £15 2s. 10d. c The- 5th-report-of the (emeter,. Coemmittee, pa sing`tairs Qiiigey's account of £f. :-s The 4th report of the Lighting Committ"e, a stating that:tender -had-been received from a several persis forighting the town, ...
NOTICES OF MOTION. For Monday, 18th June, 1860. Cr. Mason To move [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
NOTI CEs 6F MOTION 6 SC Pr Maonhdy, 1Sth J /ne, O. 1 .Thab upithge Ton hri ngmg up the valuations of properties for the municipal year _QfO 6Oh.the rep is?ooi 0f-the esam tl Co - cil take place in an open-manner - - 2. That immediately after the Council have re vised the assessor's valuation, and previous to the Courtof?Appeal inPettvSessions .beingb??g.a list of the properties, with the valuations anmrexced, l exhibited for the information of the ratepayers, and that an open Court of Appeal of the members of the Council be.held with the viw of correcting any eirorsoru'..nju.st valutions; hich mayala t ox themito mae beend -madc. - -
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
" pin Surno S--Princ of '\v'ilescbr-, Ctrnpbe:h'froio Circular oatil; Tyo, ,cbhr., riddle, from Uobart uwoorn; Emizazmdhr 'ir from Yiluhn ; iChinooih, "ukp Gihumis from - Kurricciro; Sonftrnsre, s;ie,' Pryrce, from London: ' .Tlme g~t)ýi +i 'str. rcpp; from Adelaide ; Dooi iart, banque.- Moggenbutro framr Londou .;.:Co,. brig, Udr~riniri CoitCp uh ig; S..Curling. ship Gilchrist, fr-on, Loerlpowol Carntrnm hip. loobert ro, frm£io~rrjiolotih I nmbd" 14a me, brig, Wlfelihr, - frjo 'oowciot~e rrrnnrA l beit,,'sr. Spence4 frfon Port Arikt Lsds ]3ird Pfrom .une 10-Nil E Julie 11-Roy al S~oepbe SrdJSamndaerl from June I .Z-City of Sydney,=brti fr.'ortL aire, ; Co~lch ter;-giig 'fioui' Ad'eTaaid ;\a¶ýbsqur. from Adelaide ;angroro oj. from Synedy. .Thnor31 -( ~wm- :RM.e1u.- Grebble, from Born June 14-Dove, scr.r frm Table, Cape..) .. ., -I. - .'::SAILED-" · :;-. .i Jmune S-Creod,-'Beir. for Hobart Thwn,· )ivd= stone shipm, for London;,, MNaripo-a. srhr.i forLaun -cctoun: ,North Star, brig fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
Public Works Office, Melboprne, Gth June, 1860. `NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. S.:- E time for opening Tendersfora LIGHTSHIP -,:L'?- at: Gellibrand's,Point, has been extended until Twelve o'clock, on Wednesday, 20th June. JAS. G. FRANCIS, Commissioner of Public Works. `Williamstown Municipality. - 'I'ENDERS ' RE invited for Contract No. 12, Path On the N: North-side of Yarra-street, between Douglas Spalrade and the Strand. ayrbe meesand f of r tendeaob on Monday, the 18th inst.. andressed to "The Chair man of the Public Works Committee,"and endorsed withithe number of the contract. The lowest or any tender will-not anecessarily be accepted. By order, FRANK TATTERSALL, Towh Clerks Office, Town rk. SSth Jane, 1860. 3 S:DOVE AND OSWALD, SHIP CHANDLERS, MELBOUrNE & WILLYAMSTOWN. TESTED To 1,600 Tos. PROPRIETORS OF FLOATINI6 BOIL; TESTED TO 1,000 TONB. TUG BTEAHARS o'' BAS O & "BLACK. EAGLE," COAL HRULK "SIR WM, MOLESWORTH. Ships 'Stores of erery description delivered' i' HBoson...
POST-OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
=t -OFFICE \13iICEl &lt;T.he R i_ t. ,ii ~ts.sm-bMalts 'iiIbe oe a rteod ih ibe ms5s.fu) Adde8aiide KingGenres o jm,-Pont de Gslke, I &a, Cina, tIhe led.tez rnaean -port's -.saecq, Eauope, and he United Theiie seiin e diis cgi FPa _ec ° eJ ieties -and pew'plp s, ah 6, IPa n rr ora etn-y etors atr s smaaMMo the ITSi ('-si'd" Wn uxps Ttr"Cc' S +SC..-; ''crf=9sI-P l7.rIO I ý` arýý-ý1- y.3r+ 9.' 4 ý.S Is-L~ec al StwCRId e for Treebe, or .xaae. r3 psi r,'aternrde it nia m:.iidirect ' .ILet +ieTne--e . e- or F an.a or br ihe-no iaa oodnues iiee yd Frnce, c= be forwanied h3 the t asdl] pcet ofic be.cee Max ffe `sseand' on payment of-j a c the .Tietcanh ast. oly_ 'e~l hzeb aimhs asds.3 Iiisa eee f la ge' Iýtcnrr3 i 's ."cat wairs thatlele teed foans ran erct bwit ge ewaforie,' beiedslg an7 Z he i5$3ad l, .9=-i _~ct tz pc ý'3a ~ nicjh~~~i're~. ci i;jn~1~t5Si'Ia ~to~o Th .eei~icmts nzontn e e ~ofina5I of the liiith Mi5aii~, appl als b~tibet Wii ilanile-t P'i
ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
.c 'rc7L`Ss'ff 1IPPIV G'71T3'LLIGEXCZ` Ttnr~D F5O~r \SenSLnorT.Sf.ý ` Cicalen, ret Dal' 2iih lurchp Champion ot the Secs, at Lvcrw-u Sidi 5rlufa 'e Prospe ;at Liwerpoo '4th Mfarch: ' .Sut'sik; at Gravecid 17th Apri - «' dllestev, at Grared ?1st \fa rh ".: .I a+TW roll ][F.LOt!\s _-' '-·- - elice CoeCe, fr c Gla'govc 6itrt'tAn iL nr atussell, from LiverpIool 20ah .LMa.ch Lorenzo, freom 1ortsmouth 4th April . -. ':ta oPre. from G raeend Sd m irlr riL. S enez from Plivseuth 3r 1 Apil. Stfl~elenaJror Swansea 71ef o trh Xern%.~fro Lveruoi 3tit ~hi .tirJ.. Lawrence from GrarenenJ 22ed Iarch. Wn11tce, from Glangew 2Sth larch. - .Young Amerieon from Literpo 10th ApriL- , A L ~.-t vere:tore. Žori ý3unb'r' Hill, Aeielia,' thbargh Csile, Joseph' Hal, KaL, \ xpb, Indemnity, Havania, Sea Star, Srathd Criterion. Weiesley. Wycliffe, (lm5h, Themes. A-r LnTrnrEooe-Gesport. Sariha.b PIderiC,.k GebbariL Samrtitan. Clererejlon.-o the Sae,' Quere of lndia..Wcsienri Cicb COoinndore PFerr,.Gret' 4ritsa: ....
Tuesday, 12th June, 1860. No business before the Court. Wednesday, 13th June, 1860. (Before Licut, Crawford, P.M., and Captain Ferguson, J.Ps.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
L 'uesdal, I2th June, 1360.: )No business before the Coict Wecnescay, 1 317 June, 1860. (Before L.ieut;. Crarford, P.M., and Captain , -'Fergason; J.Ps.): Thomaw "BarLke appiar.d to p;fer a charge against Mr :.amin?s Bunting, landrlord of the Guiding Star. Mr.; Pentland appeared for comptainant, and Mr: Crabbo for defendant; Complainant sworn, deposed that -on the 9th inst. he drove 38 head: of cattleo ofahis own and a Mr. David Ross's ground, for wlom t ide wass-adthrisdttrdiet;'ai iwhflst deriving thena to.the pound, defendant's two: sons ar, costed him, and raid if he would'take the cat tie to-their father, he would pay the claim for trespass, they being his cattle ; plaintiff did so, iknc, on demanding the fine for trespass, de fendant said, "Get youn apint of half-and-half, and be: off. about your business." Plaintiff pr.ceeded to take thea'ttle again,wheu de fendant took hold of his horse's licad and led hir:on:to his (defendant's) own ground, and then caused his horse to buck...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
-oqnitt ;ttd tn inraI: ulws. THE OPEN-ING OF TE NiW PRsnrBTERi s COi'nciaT-This church was opened for Divine i Service last sabbath; the Rev. John Ballantyne t preaching- in the forenoon, and the Rev. J. Hetherington in-the evening, to nunierous and I attentive congregation s, the building. being crowded on both occasions. On the evening of the Tuesday. followingi the eveoit'was cele lIrated by a Soiree, held' iii Captain' Perry's Iron Store, Thompson-stieeti; generosly lent,. free of charge, for the occasion.; The largea room was crowded to-excess. .-Precisely'at si?c o'clock,the company conimenrced the onslau'ght on the good thitigs provided, the dininished store of comestibles, 'nd'the frequent calls for. t the cheering (but not iiebriatin) cup; plainly proved that the efforts made:by the fair table-: holders were appreciated to thei fullesti extent It would be'iinvidious 'to comment at length! upon the peculiar attractions of :particiular tables-how the hyson decoctioon and conc...
PUBLIC MEETING AT THE ATHENÆUM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
PUBIO -MEETING AT -THE -ATHE- : .In compliance with. a -numerously:-signed Ie requisition to the' chairman'iof the' Municipal- , Council. a public meeting gwas heldat- the 1, Athennum room, on Saturday eveiungiast, ^ for the-purpose of affirdinmgComicillor Mason -an n opportunity of explaining why his.seat in f the Couincil had been vacant during t the th thiee previous meetings. At the commence- ' ment-of -the proceedings, - about-100 persons- oN were present, which number was increased sa soon afterwards to about 250 or 300. :, ; Capt. FaETzxu J.P- opened the business by fu reading the requisition, and then proceeded to 3 inform the meeting that their first _std ould e be to appoint a chairman. As he had an en- it ,gaement that eveninzgelsewhere he would. but before he did so he would express a hope ti that the business would be conducted ai..; a peaceable and orderly manner. The meeting_ t would perceive that the building had lately f, undeirone a th6orogh; repair, and had Been j...
ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE OTTAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
1 AltIkr OFTEO'A A The Penin lar Oitt C anis ny's amer Ottawa,; Captain Grebblo, arrived in Hobson's Bay Et7 o'clock o:n1Vodnesjia ight,$i?th the English mails of the 18th of April The Ottawa receiv~d the mails at Bombay, from thonJeddo, ._which.lost I her screw when:approaching Galle.. The.accident to -the Jeddo aocounts for thedelayoLtho mail i~hieh was due her .ont the 4th.., . , h i. The steam ship-JTedi. broke her'?screw?w-thln tawo days' sail of Galle, and boreoup for Bombay, wvhere ?pssengers and mails 'Were detained two days; -he present mail isbrought bythe Ottawa, t which vessel explerienc?eb?trong he :winds from the line to w?thin.twod aj'syes:il ~s0o :King Gorge's Sound; from thence,'light variable........... : The Emen, with, April mails, arrived at Galleon :the 16th-May The Beires left sing Ger'e's Sound aon thoi·~= ~1:- ,ath-M4( S .- .LONDON, Ar?mr 26,,1S0. .. A Coa' erece of the 'Aiiih:ssadors' of te .Euro peanPus re, im Pa~ris,, the affairs of Switzeer land iiid Sav...
MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 12th June, 1860. (Before T. Mason, and J. K. Freyer, Esqs.) TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 June 1860
MUNICIPAL COURT. 'Tusday, 12th1June, 1860. (Before, T.M:ssOs, and J. K. Freyer, Esqs) TRESPASS. Municipal Council v. PATRIucDEAOAN, for allowing his cows to stray about the streets; defendant was fined 10s. Gd., and costs of court. Same c.JJoseph BIlinco, for a similar offence, was fined 15s., with costs of court. Sarah Mitchell v. Rosetta Mackay--a frivi lons charge-dismissed. Mary Rendall v. Ellen Dunlop, another frivolous charge ; do fendant ordered to pay 2s. Gd., and costa of court. Isaac Moon v. Martig Oantwell; ro inaded till Friday.
LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
LETTER BATES OF POSTAGE, Under l; jos. Exceeding 2 oz. and not exieeding Slo d02z, -. 0 Exceeding 2oz.'and not exeing sa.' 3.10 Aid every ounce 'or fractioniof'i?i ooune~'one shilling'additional. ::.: "' -.r , Newspapers, each : " ? . " .... ? -. 0 1e TO Te UITED DO VIA M EILLES. French Bate in dtditionto the aove. Under oz. ? 3... :. . Under aoz. f.. '... thr:, ;;:»:1 E ..0 '6 Under joz. .? .. ... ~ 0:?:,' ..t,;* ..: O! 9 Andfor everyje.oz Sd.. iaditional N-ewsepapers 2d. eachadditional ..-.!. : BOO POSTEAGE: "VIA .OUTHAMPTON. The book post system .has been; extended to the United, Kingdom, India, G-Ceylon, ?Maurmitius Hong 'Kong, Malta, Gibraltar, New: South Wales, South .Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand,. and Western .Australia.. :. . Not exceeding 4oz. . .. 0, 6 Above 4oz. and not exceeding 8oz.. _,.;..- 0 Above 8oz. and uoot exceed ng.lb. ... -.: 2 0 Above lib. and not exceeding 1?1b... :..;. 3 ::0. Above 1½lb. and not exceeding 21b. . 4 0 And so on, adding Is. for each additio...
ALWAYS AT A PREMIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
A2,-Aw : A.T A.REMIUM. ... i To thi t fifth e of the Globle" as an ? rish' writer has called it the mother country sends many things its people do not want, and the consequences too frequently are an overstocked market and a de pressed.trade. F?rom, this. categorywe beg leave; however, to exclude two articles-the two celebrated remedies bf Prof esor Holloway Thiroghoit Ans tralasia they are at .a premium. The Pills and Ointment are considered the most profitable commo dites that,can be taken to the mines, as their efficacy in.the diseases common in the gold region is well known to every nugget-hunter, and they are therefore eagerly brought up at any price by those toilers afte-. the ~' mammon of unrightuousneas.-' For the bilo-?n fevers and all the disorders of the liver and. bowels which prevail on the auriferous soils, of the interior, the Pills appear to be a positive, immediate and in variablecure. We have seen returned gold-hunters from the " diggings, " and their reports on th...
SCHEDULE A.—CHARGES. PUBLIC GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
ScHEDuLE A.-CUIAIGES:. .,i PUDLIC GRAVES. ;Interment of adultsinpublic grave. £1 00 .. Do. .... Children under 12 S : years of. age. :.. 0...-:-:.O 10, '0 * Do.: stillborn children O,' 0l '` PRIATE GRAVE S. Land for graves Sft by 41t., if se , r r 1o Jeted byhe Council " .". s ,1,, 0 ~0 SDo: if sdleited by applicant?: . "." 2 ; 0 .-0 Sinking sam 7 feet .. 1 0 , .. 0 Do? every additiona foot, per. 0 I- foot oCharge for rie:opengng a graveig a... ? ,.. elding intermeint fee? l 1 ,..... ..P" =' fl "A .VAULTS. tfoeenaults 8 feet 10 ongm. byaiywidth, 'not es r. ckeeding 1feet £1t ... 1 10 .- 0per. foot. : Opening pnie 0'sion tore SInterment fee i 0 d SNote. Peris nshaving pnr hasedaprivategrave and wisbing to eztend it m.width wall be requiared to pay as. though originally purcha?:ng' a family * HsCELLANeOUS"CBAEGES. _.ý -ORATRS `'For all "interiente `thatr take place between '6- and 10 aan, an extra' °''` charge of £. . ` z `0 10 6' For all interments at other times not. inthe usual heu...
RATES OF POSTAGE THE following order has been issued by the Postmaster-General [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
RATES .F POSTAGE .: O T? fo owing order. has been issued by the Post majster-General:--" i "In order to y the trnsitthrighEg ne~~t nws papera sent ia Southampton"-an4 -Suez; ,-addressed to the East Indies, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong, China, Australia, or any other country 'or 'place lying to the eastward of Suez, will, after the 31st December next, be subject to an additional charge of. ne penny,'making the rates as follow :-Upon a newspaper addressed tojhe East Indies--2d when not exceeeding 4 ounces in weight; 3d when above 4 ounces and not exceeding 8 ounces in weight; Id being added for every additional 4 ounces or fraction of 4 ounces. Upon newspapers addressed to anyof the other countries or places referred to, 2d for each newspaper, of whatever weight. No alteration will be made in postage of book packets sent by this route, as they already pay a transit rate, nor will any change be made in the postage of newspapers sent via Marseilles, the present charge on such newspapers...
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
'?it ' REPORT O??F COMMITTEES. :,The Cliairman broughtup tshe.9th: report ,of the Public Works Committee, recommend-, inmthat.the: tender .of- Richard Meatrson b~. accepted forthe performance of contract No. 6r-Courtiswishied'to ask the Suryeyor; f thisaamount,was.much more. than the work would bedone forin the summer, season;. t., ,Tpe.Surieyorreplied;tbat :e. coQnsidered;it wasnot;; theasuonmentioned wasj;he thought; erThadoptionl of the report Vwas then moved by4thie Chairn; secoideddby Cr.;Inglis, and carried. ___ I·
Thursday, June, 21st 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
: ursday,.June, 21st 1860. -- ,lNicholson presented the Chief-Medical Offi c- er'iepbort for the year 1859. Mr. W.ood presented a return of all moneys col leted, &c., by the. ('urator of Intestate Estates from 1st January, 1858, to 31st December, 1859. ,r: l Francis, in reply to Mr. Embling, said that tlhe contract for the erection of the Fitzroy Police Court would not be carried out until the legality of the title to the land was decided. Mr... Nicholson said that no arrangement had been made yet for the removal of the camels from the Parliamentary stables. The house having gone into committee, agreed, after a lengthly discussion, to Mlr. Howard's reso lotions" for leave to bring in a bill to legalize the sale of colonial beer by lodging-house keepers. The Collingwood Gas Bill was returned from the Council, with amendments, which were ordered to be taken into consideration next day. Mr. Barton moved the second reading of the Lien (Contractors and Workemen) Bill, which he pr...
Wednesday, June 20th, 1860. THE DIVORCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
"f:': " *-I: "',Te'dnesd.y Jzyne'? *0lh,~SGO.''; '. .. . * " E VTIEDIVOREC BILL. The house then went into conmittee on the Di On clanse 13 being read,, . . Mr. Greevl 'iread doestch fro ithe Home Sec 'xetary,recommending uniformity between the laws of the mother Icountry and those of the- colony, espe cially Ias regards the dissolition" oT maiiige, and ex pressing a wish that if a clause should be agreed to making a difference between those laws, the point .should be reserved for the consideration of Her la jesty. .He thought, therefore; it would be unsibe, inconsiderate, and not benevolent; to adhere to the -clause as it stood, and he proposed to ssimilate the law asiregards dissolution of marriage to that ofFng 'land, by adopting the 27th clause of the Eiglish act. At the same tlme the.terms of :the clAuse as it stood could be embodied in aieparate bill of a- single -clause. . . - . -..- . - ; - . -.- ' Mr. Snodgrass opposed the motion prefering the clause as it stood. - In allthe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
"'Notice! to Advertiser.""i We siEuldfcel greatly obliged if ad erigsers, c7ho ~ in'eiKe i'ct nvenient toforw;ýrd theiiordFererin?lhe early part of the week- would lose no time in doinko.I. Hitherto 2ve hav'e been put to much inconrenience on account of the late hour at whicA advertisements ltave arrived, and if-this coidd be avoTded-,or part ily so, our arrangements would be greatlifadiiltated. - :...__.. =N tiCe:..:L:; U_-r.. ;. 27ce .2itdlk are respec4fuly infornme that Hir. Peart, of Steeedorec-steet, has been appointetidn agentfor tle sale of tihs paper.. .'14-.- L