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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 23 June 1860
3 1.I ED 1 -.Tune 15-Omeo, str.,. M'Lea, from Adelaide. . une1o 6?-Gity .of Hobartn stry-Darby;mfromiHo' 'Bart 'own; Atia, str., fron5 P]ort Albert; City of Sydney, stri? ldoidie,:f?m Sydney; Lady Bird, st, Greig, from Portland. .. -June:17=Mhlta;'RMr-nst'r-,:DOna, froit'Sfdieyi; Black Swan, str.,?Woodt from Launceston. Juneo 181 s" ptise,aaatnu i?,,~lfrom Liverpool; Lew Chew, ship;,Seyburs tirom(Londou ; Hound, ship, lingers, from: New?York; Margaret Chessel, schr., Wright, fromn Port Frederick; Victory, schr.. ,from Hobart Tong."", "r7'Th'VKT 'June 9It.-- "' `J Jilket, hip;ii'tei, from Aneand, i.Z., 5th inst. ; Flyiiig Cloud; schr.. from Frede f B'ck,'y.D.L 'Reliance, frig-,Smith from:jittleton, isuZ l"G it21 hi ilelfSeott Ansiin p, ;Wilson, t.from,.l;ondoanithui areh ;:.Tarl"ect Castle, :barque, 187 tonsr,Taylor, from Corner Inlet ath isnst.,, Jn .'n OO-Hio" 1sh ehlide''c'ir;?.':fr i neeston,; -iimmieaik?'? sDci ':f-oifr'!oEti'iE Baxo Mere. ry brig, from Oporto... T'""e . .R Juna...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 26th June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
SLEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 2Gth June, 18G9. The correspondence with the Governmentof New South Wales, on the sabjectof the hordercustono, was laid on the table. In answer to Mir. Brooke, Mr. Nicholson said the communication referre:d. to Iy him in the debate on Friday night, as to the sale of the debentures, was a private one, though he. was at liberty to use it. He would consider th.? propriety of placing it on the table. He took thi.t opportunity of stating. that during the debate, into which he had been drawn precipit;atel- and with!t,? previous consideration, he had made two rcnarl:,i which he now desired to withdraw. These were- that the sales had been forced in an improper manner, though the agents know that in no dom:, they we:e sacrificing the best interests of the v . lony; and the other was that "there waasone loo estnman amon, them"-a remark that seemed t,. iuipl;y,thougbhlitibada not meant it, that the otlueil were dishonest. It had been hisiatention to quls tion th...
Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 26th June, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
... a itiaul ittrl f nfttigtll ignc LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL . Tuesday,.26t. June.t "ISGO The Crown Lands.Sales Bill was recommitted for the consideration of a nunmber, of claues ;and of several proposed new. clauses. - :t On clausel15,. on the motion of Mr. Bennett, theo duration of- leases of the unbought sib-divisisons of lots was altered to three years;e and on clause 24 the rent for the leased land was altered froth a far tbhns' per annum per acre to a- farthi Kper annum for-t whole leased land, which is to lo used fbr grazing purposes only. -Clause .35, limitingr the aounlt of land to be purchased to 640 nsres; was reinserted.- The remaining clauseswere agreplto, or amende d asd agreed to, andt a-nmilber of new clauses were adopted; and the hbillliaving been reportedl, the Council adjourned till the following .. Wesed?fay, Ju.se 7? :?6 . 'The Crown Lands Sales Billpassed through com mittee, and-the adoption of the report nwas; maIle an'order ford the next day. . , ."On the Customs ...
Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
. icritlanmous i itr arts. SACCOP?DI? G To' DihFon BES WINSLow, there are? in themetropolis'. 10;000 children trained to crime, 5,000 receiveriZsfistolen goods, 15,000 gm lile?i? 25,000 beggars' 30,000 drunkards, 180,0010 habitual gin-drinicers, 150,000 persons subsisting in profligacy; and 50,000 thieves. .The water-police office at Sydney .was bro kea into oin the night of the 22nd inst., and the sum of £40 stolen. R.'PAClT.i oFi Ancic DoC oGS.-One dog is missing; the remaining 29 devoured their two lays'. .llowance: of sial' flesh (Gl1b. or 651b.)' in 42 seconds. , It contained no bone, and .had been cut up into small pieces, and spread out upon the snow, Beforeo they were p-rmitted to rush to dinner.: in .this way the weak enjoy a fair chance, and their is no time for fighting.~ Capatin .1'Ctin. ock thN . Er.- ?? OF TnE Tu?,?rY o Cor.anERCE ON TIHE SoUTI.o FrACE.-' A letter from Marseilles of the 25th inst. says:- The new treaty of com mereo. with, England cannot. lt .]arIgely i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
Notice to Advertisers.. :! ?1 e e1 w 1Rilf e greatly obliged if addertisers;who pl j;eanvan e it convenient.toforward tlkeir'ordera in the early part of te wiee wonldtose no tinie in doing so. .: itherto toe ha?c been pit to "much inconvenience on Saccount of the late.whour aiwhich advertiase?intlhabe arrived, and if this could be avoided,. or.partiallyU so, our arrangements would ib greatilyfacilitated. . ::: Notice. Tihe public arc reespectfully nformed that Mr.. P:: -Pearl, of Stevedore-street, has been appointed., an agentfor the sale of th is paper.
SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
SE6PAltATION. .- In A ustrlasither did dwell .. A mother and a dau"hter; S The lass all others did excel. And, .any loversasought her. She was fsir and lovely:to the eye, .The wondorof each nation, On `golden .ainge she'd surely fly, Had she but Separation. HIcr mother old and feeble was, "And peevish, too, beside, Sir;. . *'Hcr advocates, each braying ass, Like frog puff'd up with pride, Sir, 'Cried; We'll not suffer you to part; 'Tis our determination; "What use the *head without the liheart? You shan't have Separations Ifer lavers thet began t prate. *And iaid she thoila not bear it. Why.shiould she any longer wait? She sho?ald be free, they'd swear it. Then GCeorge, her guardian, forward came, Ciied, No Prdcrastination ; She'll be unshackled from the dame, h's ripie for, Separation... The brayig donkeys stood ahaist, . To see he'd?a not heed 'em ; That justice would be done at last, And Philippa have freedom. Her flocks and herds, may they increase, Now happy, pass'd ¶probation,...
Original Poetry. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
:[To2' t Edit?i of tI'e WLT tisrow~ CHROii5.CLE. . Sii,"As tilhe aniversary of Separation :(No. 1) 'isapproachiin I enclose you a Song 1 wrote upon that interesting s?bject sonii fourteen ye?ss ago, whirlh was published in the Port' Pllihp Jl'ti 'l, cnd transferred to the columns of several Colonial 'newsliapers. The idea was'taken froth a litho graphic caricature by thip artis of the well-known lenjavihi' oyd, in which ?ew South iWales was represented as an old laily with her daughter Phil lipina (Port Phillip) hacklded to her.
Friday, 29th June, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) SMALL DEBTS.—DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
B'; Oefore.T., Mason, Esq., J.P.) i i o". a1' Sur..L:DEBTDI.--ECISIONS . ,Taylor 'a.in. : Claim for board and lodg nig. ~efia~ darit' ordered to pa v'£4 Gs. and costs of court. Same v. Thomas iDoiwnuig; Adjourned till 3rd ult- - S o", ·"';i W riRYING CATTLE.' :, \ FrTcncs WakC appeared 'before the Court to answer the summons of one Williami 'rPifso for having wilfully aind maliciously worried his cattle on the 25th inst.' :: - . SMr. Pentlaiid for complairiant. : Plaintiff sworn, deposed that' at tibdutnon o'clock oh rMonday last, he saw eivht head of his cattle (7 of themi milchl cows,; and on0 large -in clf) being" driven;by defendant in full 'gallo,; defehdant -was onr hliorsebacl at the time, and-had h a do withhiu '1\i1 icih4hý : I.L_ T -: ... - ,-:':i ',:- , set on to thel? I followed and overtook him after some time ; I then told him if there was a pniireumn near I would give him in charge for.stealig my cattla; I tien? tok the cattle tomy oy iiu yard The n ich cows have not ...
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
The following reports .were brouglht forward and ladopted:- :. :- , ,,The 0lth 'reporof th, 'dblic WVorks Com mittee, recommendinfl4tat: cppe;atiou be nadetbothe Govrnment: tol plaoe' uponr the dmtimntestfori186l;-sufflienit sums 6f money Por c?arying ýoue i ie' fohoivin works :-I. liieensiondofthe Ann street pi er 2. The erection of suiiable police' buiildinsat 'Will Uamstown; 3. The formation of the Mel oeirne road foffm trrJmctiourofthe .Geelong I:?1wayto the StoneyC-Creek; :4; The.form ation of a road from tho~i amnp to ilthe Koro riiftietel - =Ti liateniOn of the Yan;ean waterworks. to VWilliamstow n. SThe6th 6 p t of tbe Cemeter? Committee recommend?igtniA pplication be made to the Government for a sum of money to be p1aced p~on the Estimates for 1861 for the further improvemcnt ;of; the Pl ainmtown Cemetery recommending that application be made :to the Government for a, sum,,ofmoney to':be piiced on the Egumites forii861 for the es tablisbmient and maintenance of the public r...
Tuesday, 26th June, 1860. There was no business before the Court. Wednesday, 27th June, 1860. (Before Lieut, Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
Tuesday,26ti&A June, 1860. There was no business before the Court. ? Wednesda-:27 . June, 1860. (Before Lieut.' Crawford, P. : Thomas Wilson, Oscar fetson, John .Smifr and Charles Srith, seaimen, were brought be fore the Cou-t, charged on suspicion of being deserters from a ship in the Bay. There beieg no evidence whatever against th'e prisoners, who said they were day labour ers nwho vwere partially employed on board ships in the Bay, they were discharged. ..." EImUTIlNY. Josep .1 ingston, =Joseph Rodriguet, John De Costo, and Louis Ferrera were brought be fore the Court this morning, on remand from the 20th inst., on a charge of piracy and'at tempt at' murder, on the high seas, o?i boiid the brig Exact. ':The?Portugese Cnsul, begged a further re mand of.' the prisoners for: another week, as the men who had:beeni sent on to Sydniey had not yet arrived here-: - He felt convinced that he would theii be in'a position to bring evi dence to prove tiha tlhe"whole charge a?ainst t...
THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
TI: T IE:MECHAlfICS' INSTITUTE.: [To the Edit,..of, the W7Luntsxsro?s CInON-ICL-?] Sin,--As the new M;echanics' Institute is now. fast. approaching to completion, perhaps I miay be excised iii caing, the. .ttentioi if the Committee to the efforts now beign made` ini diffcrenit parts of the Colony to throw open the rehdifigrooms of,the ,vaicus Institutes to the public at large., I think, too, that iti o ld be a wise step if the Committee were to. adopt sonic means by which' ladies- might be enabled to beiefit'by i perusal of the periodinls,;'&c.,a lying at the Institute. The ladies of Williams town have reidered good'scrvice to the Insti tiite frtifthe time it was stabli sli-ed, and,,ex ceptiing-:somineof .the very: excellent lectures which have been given there,, have. enjoyed nonii of the advantages which sucliinstitutionls hold out to the male sex. ,I inay state that this idea of providing acconit!odation in Mechanics Institutes fdr ladies is by no means an original oie. I...
NOTICES OF MOTION. For Tuesday, 3rd July, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
N OTICES OF MOTION. Fo Tu-es?iy,'3rd ?JulyO ? 1880. SCr. White':- To` mov `": : Than application,; biTlde to the IloiE thie Commissioner?of Lands and Survey to pro claim the street from the top of Stevedore strieetto the Narth Wiliainstown Station. . Cr.:?,?so:: To: move iThat a Committee of the Council be af pointed for,the purpose of conferring with 'the Committee =of .-theld Mehleiiis' Institution, as td the'pricticabHiity of . a' portion of ithe Mle chanics' Institutionx eini set apart is a-publie Library to beused gra tuitously by the rate payers..?:. :t on :. Contingenit ipon the above being carried, and if it 'bd fouirid that such proposal chin.;be carried ot,'tliatli e Council grant a sum not bxceediung -:'.s ,, ,to be expended in the pur chase of boh ooks and- periodlicals suitable for such institution.
RATES OF POSTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
SATES OF POSTAGE Ta following orderhas been issued by the Post master-General - jInorderrto pay the transitthrougEgypt news papers sent ia Southampton and Suez, addressed to the East Inidies, Ceylon, :Manritius,Hong Kong, China, Australia, or any other country" orplace lying to the eastward of Suez, will, after the 31st December neit, be subject to an additioial charge of one penny, making the rates as follow :-Upon a newspaper addressed to the East Indies-2d when not oexceeeding 4 ounces in weight; 3d when above 4 ounces and not exceeding 8 ounces in weight; ld being added for every additional4 ounces or fraction of 4 ounces. Upon newspapers addressed to anyof the other countnes or places referredto, 2dfor each newspaper, of whatever weight No alterationwill be made in postage of book packets sent by this route, as they already pay a transit rate, nor will any chance be made in the postage of newspapers sent via tlarseilles, the present charge on such newspapers being sufficient to...
LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
LEIEt TrATESo OF POs'IG " .. -. , .&.. SOUTOAMPION' : :.1 .' Under .oz. Exceedin loz. and not exceedig 2z. -:And everye-'oune orfraction, o., ounce..ooe shilling additional. : Newspapers,. eae . 1 TO TICf UNITmoD TNODO VIa. ?sISIeLRS;. French Rate in addition to the above. ?: Under 4oz. o 01 6 Uner ,oz . .. * * Unde? oz: . ..o 9 And for every ? oz 3d. additional. Newpapers 2d. each additional. BOOS POSTAGE: !-'... " . Vra souTdshrow. -The ,book post system has been extended.to the ?nited'..Kingdom, "Indi, Ceylon, 3 unnitis Hong Kong, Plalta, Gibraltar, New South 'ales, South Australia, Tasmania, New Zealad, 'and Western Australia. Not exceeding 4oz. 0 6 Above 4oz. and not exceeding So. ' .. 1 0 Above 8oz. and not exceeding Ilb . . .. 2 0 Above Ilb. and not exceeding ]?lb .. 3 0 Above lib. and not exceeding 21lb. ... 3. 0 And no on, addiog Is. for each additional 1ib. or fraction of 4lb. up to 31b. TO THEn UTrED aINGDOM VI MAARS.LL1?.," Not exceeding 4oz. .. .. 0 .. :8 Above ...
Thursday, June 28th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
Thursday, June 28th, 1860.. In answer to Mr. Henderson, . Mr. Nicholson said ho had received a memorial from Sandhurst, respecting the punishment of iIr. Gibson and others, for selling colonial ale without a license; and as it seemed to him that a lCgal question was involved, he had submitted it to te legal officers of the Crown. In answer to air. Jones, Mr. Pyke stated that two parcels of tobacco had .beeenstolen Jrom the Customs-shed at Sandridge. 'Onemquantity ?o??dt6o 7911b.,and the other to 16Slb. The shed had been broken into forcibly; the duty on the stolen tobacco had been remitted. .. THE DIoVO.GEBILL. :The Divorce Bill was then proceeded with in committee, and the remaining clauses were agreed Clause G of .the English Act was moved by Mr. Greeves as a new clause. Mr. Wood thought the clause was unnecessary, the law of Victoria and of England being different as to the privilege of a wife to give evidence. The-clause was agreed to, and a variety of new clauses from the Engli...
Wednesday, June 27th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
Wednesday, June 27it, 1S;0O. In answer to Mr. Loader, Mr. Francis stated that the embankment on the north side of the Yarra would be continued further down than Queen-street. In reply to Mr. Wioods, Mr. Nicholson declined to lay on the table a re turn of the extent anud rent of Crown lands held bymniembers of the Council s pastoral tenants. Thu request was invidious, especially at the present mo ment; and the information required could be ob tained from the Gazelle. nBECHwORTIs WATER WORKS eILL. The Beechworth Water Works Bill was further considered, and the last clause-on which tho House was counted out on the previous evening was agreed to. On the motion of Mfr. Amsinck, it was ordered that the contracts for the impertatioin of railway plant be printed. A return on the samne sublject was ordered, on the motion of Mr. Amsinek, d.r. Francis saying thet it wsoo not in his power at pre sent to give accounts in detail. Up to October last £ 533, had been remitted to the agent-general, a...
The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, June 30th, 1860. BORDER DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 30 June 1860
:WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, June 30th, 1S60. flORDER DIFFICULTIES. Tai xdiscovery of auriferous ground in the io.:??, border; couutry bas already led to difficulties 'and complications between this and 'the neighbouring Colony. The Snowy River. country, though politically New South Wie is in every other respect Victorian, and has hlelbiurne or. itsoin er? ?a'l a is p diur niei Ooura eiid t tkre utliabu so a l i's -p , s unm, .? d.sert; `Y but the recent](discovery has given matters n quitea-ncwonspect.Theres-now asconsider- ,f able quantity: of spirits and tobacco' being i consumed among the snow :and i prospect of s lIlety-yarge cens mption :in - few mont hs,;` t"lj duntyriudn this, Sydney~s~1pt determined slalrlgo hcr eay; andi not ..into the pockt of der nier. sister: And this'wbuld-laave been ,fair anonuh ha; the subject of a border tariff boen: now'raised" forthe' first'time.; but ithi c is not so. i?ars '6e o the'matter was discussed 'nd'settled-: TNciwSouth Wales and ,ictoria mn...