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Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE ONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
Post-office. Money Orders. REGTULATIO.OS FoR VIo I Oss E A.rD PAYMlT OP S PosT-OFFIcE O,- y OnDEIS. His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to directthe publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of Post Offce Money Orders in the GCo lony of Victoria; and the pnublc are hereby informed that in conformity with these'regulations; Post Office Money Orders may be obtained, and be made pay able at the undermentioned places on and after the 12th July, 1858. 1. Places and time of i?une, and payment.-money orders inay be obtained and made payable at the following places, viz : The Post Office at Melbourne. Do. Geelong. SDo. " dBallarat. Do. Sandhmt.. : . Castlemaine. . Do. Beechworth. Do. - Kilmore. Do. Maryborough. Do. - Ararat.' Do? -. "- Pleasant Creek. Do. .Williamstown: :., Do. Portland. Do.. Belfast. Do. Warrnambool. ' between the hours of Ten a.m. and Three p.m., Sun. days excepted. . - 2. Limit of amount, and, n...
Tuesday, 3rd July, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., and T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
, Tues.day, 3rd JulTy, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.\L, and T. fMason, Esq., J.P.) John Perry was brought up on remand from' the 'previous day, charged witli'lunacy, and endangering his life at Footscray, on the. even ing of Friday, the 29th ult, by jumping on to. a railway cariiage, while the train was in mo tion. William Walker, sworn: I am i railway porter, stationed at Footscray; on .the depar ture of the 6 . p.m. train -for.l Melbourne, on Friday; the prisoner jumped from the platform to the steps of the carriage, thereby commit ting a breach of our bye-law, and endangering his own life, for had he gone a hundred yards whild in that position he must have been kilI&tL I:pulled him off, and gave him in charge. Two medical certificates were here handed to the Bench, showing that the prisoner-was of unsouinid mind, and unfit. to be at large. te a:lnt ~d-d to Me1b tinre gaol for one.week for medical treatment. ... ........ A JUVENILE OFFENDER. Ellen Hood, a little girl, ...
MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 3rd July, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 3rd Jutly, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) David Mackay, charged with a breach of Bye-law No. 2, in crossing the public foot- path with his dray, was admonished upon payment of costs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Chas. Ferguson was fined five shillings and costs for a breach of Bye-law No.12 of the Municipal Council, in permitting his cows to wander at large . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Quinn, for a similar offence, in allow- ing four of his cows to cross the footpaths in Ferguson- street, was admonished upon pay- ment of costs. &nbsp; Friday, 6th July, 1860. &nbsp; (Before J. K Freyer, and T. Mason, Esqrs., Edward T. Kendall; contractor appeared on summons to answer the complaint of Mr. R. Keig, for, having; violently assaulted him on the night of the 29th ult., at the Barkly Arms Hotel, in this town. Mr Crabbe appealed for complainant, Mr. Stephen, for defence. Complainant state th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
Depaoinment of Trade snd Custons, r ; - .;; .:Ms ,: elbourne, 20th Jnc, ;1860.0 1O$F: REPAIRING .. DOLP0 iNS iN THE ·~-; I~.-i i1VER.YARRA.:...r so S. ENDERSS-will boreceived at this office until - L Two o'clook, on Tuesday, the 10th July, for Repairing asd Erecting Dolph'-s in theo. River b- l.Liakt lar an. bebobtained on applicatio? to tho e-ieff?lsrbours.aster, Williamstova. a. The Governmentdo not bind themselves to ac ceptthe lowest or any tender. S ,;(Siged) .. VINCENT PYKE, S . Commissioner of Trade and Customs.-l DO:.:;VE AND OSWALD, iiELBOURNE & WILLIAMSTOWN. TESTED TO 1,600 Toss. IFROPRIETORS OF FLOATING nDO L. TESTED TO 1,000 ross. TUG STEAMlERSI "SAM ON"& L "BL?ACK EAGLE,? COAL~ HULK SIR WM. MOLE0WORTt-' Shipa.;Stores of every description 'deliver4e in'. : HodO'a Ba+ y Free of CArnige. : .' 5 HIPWRIGHS, BOAT-BUILDERS S:and SHIPSMITHS, Williamstown,' have on SArs r 'Ship Handspikes. : -:: .,.-Boat'sprits.'J:. = . . ' . 'Blocks, from 4to 9 in. - _ S2j Comps...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
Died,: At Edinburgh, on the 26th April, ELIZA MARY, only daughter of D. P. Maclean, Surgeon, Wil— liamston On the 2nd inst., at 84 Stevedore-street,Wil— liamstown, Mr. JOHN DICKINSON (formerly of Ed- monton, Middlesex), in the 35th year of his age.
Williamstown Municipal Council. Tuesday, 3rd July, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
Tuefsay, 3rd _uly, Present-CouncillorsInglis, Courtis, Mason, White and Moxliam: - .. In the absenco of Cr. Freyer, Cr. Masion was voted to the chair. ---.---.... The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. L - - - - SLetters had b ieid-eii'?dl -c ? i 1. From -John Craven -Esq.,.,Ton Clerk Prahran, drowing the atterition of this Co: mil to theo notice given 'by .fr.- Birton in the Le: gislative i.Aembly to iisert the followin clause ifnthe'Miiiicijal pt Amendment Bill, now passing. through the House :," That the. Chairman :of every Municipal Council created: under the said recited Act shall, while he contiines-to bo such chairmainbe eintitled to take precedeniceof any.bther migistrateoin any C "nrt-6f'oPetty Sessions, and shall ex officio preside in such Court," andurrging the prompt.co-operation of this Concil. .. The Town Clerk was instructed to write to the Prahran Council, informing them that this matter~'iould be referred to the Municipal' Conference.- - .. app...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 July 1860
News of the Week. &nbsp; The removal of the Astronomical Observa- tory from Gellibrand's Point, Williamstown, to the Botanical Gardens, Melbourne, is we (Argus) un derstand in contempletion. Considerable mortality has occurred among the birds. shipped by the Sussex for this Colony. Out of 150 shipped, only 9 survived the voyage. The Melbourne sales of Crown land closed for the month of June, on Friday last. The attend. ances was numerous, and a fair amount of compe- tition exhibited. The proceeds of the day's sale amounted fo £10,013 17s., for 7,370a. 15p. of land alienated from the Crown. &nbsp; A pretty little exposure of "'cute" conduct on the part of a mining company director, in seek ing his own profit at the expense of the unfortunate shareholders, was made on Friday, at the meeting of the Long Gully and Back Creek Mining Company. It was shown that the Back Creek portion of the speculation was anything but a paying speculation, and the manager even recommended ...
LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
i LETTER RATES OT. POSTAGE. .i .,- f sourni, ' ro,' .;:?' ·:-;.: " :r 1 ' - Lti' A S OVTIIAit'TON:''-:: t"::. r: ;' . UInderjoz " -0 6 Exeeeding A ouz and not exceeding loz.', " .1 0 . xce&ling' oz. aid' ot exceeding 2z. 2 ' 0 Exceeding 26z. and inot Ceiceedig oz. 3 0 And every ounce or fraction"of on ounce, one shilling"addition'al : Newspapers; each . .... -. ... ::0' 1 ! ? THE 5UNITFA-. ? NGDOI. VIA MARSEILLES.! . i FreaichRate in. addition to the above. . Under Aoz.; ,... .. .. .. 0 Under oz. .. ... .. Under goz. . . . And for every oz. 3d. additionald. New?paper 2?. eali ildiitional. :; ''.BOO POSTAGE;. ..'. ' . .'?A-SOOTn APTON. :?he book post sttem has been .oxtenled'to "the, United Kingdom, India, Ceylon, 1auiritius, Hong Kong, Malta, Gibraltar. New. .outh ?nales, South Australia,..i'asmania, New. Zealand, rind Wstern Australia . Not exceeding 4o? . .. . '0 Above '4oz: and not eceeding' Saz. , ..? 0 Above Soz and not exceeding Ilb.. 2. " 2' 0' Above 11i. and not exce...
NEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
. NEW? MONEYY?ORDERi OFFIi).!,i' ' Ox and after the. lstJuly.next, Bone- (lydtrs way le obtainm.et at-this office frand l'madc Jpa5ihble at -Nw'Inglewood;' at the 'isal rates. S RICHRD .R.; PIPE? , Postmaster.: Post-office, WVilimsown, ... 28th June, wibo POST-OFFIcE NOTIoCE. 'On and after the 1st July next, Postage Stamps wilie p .urchasedat this office according tote fol lowing' s Viz. For Stamps not exceeding i valueeIs &I 1(1. And so on at the rate of. one penny for, every is: sad. r portion! of is:. 8.'. Posta g Stamps ?io?ly to be ei chaeied ~r wen not soiled or otherwise damns gedl, ?ind; when :presented in strips, at least two stamps adhering to each, other, as at' first msse from the post.o-ce. : R RICHA'RD R. PIPER, Postmaster. Wdilimstown, 29th June, 1860.
THE TARANAKI WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
STHE TARANAK !WA R: (From tho New Zealander, July7.) .In the naval and military departments, since the news of the sanguinary anti unsupported action at Puketalauere, there has been an amount of energy and activity lisplayed suggestive, .wetrust,. of bet ter 'anu. 1raver,results-Captain. Cracroft and his diiuntless Nljgers' glorious.episode always excepted --than we have yet had it in our'power to;record.. Men and ?~initions have been pushed forward to the scene of, action . with the most commendable lacrityiand vdill,it is to be hoped; be afforded an opiortunty of restoring the blemished "eputation of British prowess. - On Thursday the Airedaild, steaniief, returned to Taranmki"with'10s soldiers, coniprising the band. and ot?e?s of the.0th regiment, anid a detachment of the Royal Engineers. - This morning,, HM; stemn sloop Corilcli-, Com inander Vernon, sails for the same destinationwith, in addition to her oin ship's company, 100 blue-' jackets from HI.M.S. Iris, and the collectiv...
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
TfISCELLANEOUVt JElS; . We quote the following items of.news from our Auckland contemporary, the Ncec.Zealfander: :, " n our niotes from the Waikato, mention was made of the fearful extent to which sickness pre vailed amoirg the natives.. "'Lii'the north sirkness has been;u nd still is, very prevalent; but we have left to us our faithful' ally, Tanmati Wraaki Ne1eie. We ha;e also several more visitants from that quarter on whose fidelity we nmty safely rely. "From the south, we have a number of the most intelligent chiefs already il-Auckla~ nd; an if tie ' shoi will not lie so'great as on former occasions, the deficiency las to be attributed very much to the effects of the late epideinic. " S"The conference itself is, on account of the still prevailing indispositioni and stress of.weather post poned for a few.days." STheosane paper, in refereiice to the slate of ati fairs in Taranaki, makes the fillolvisig cinmment -" Many think' that, if theiiistructios 'formerly .given to act with...
THE REV. MR. BINNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
TBE REv. -M. BRINNEY.-This reverend gentleman has published a bdon, giving some ac counit of his experience in Australia. The intro ductory chapterconeludes as follows i-No one was half so surprised as myself by the attention I re ceived' from all classes of the community; from the different governors of the several colonies; from men of all politiecs and religion; from the in habitants of cities and dwellers in the bush ! Wel come, hospitality and outstretched hands and warm hearts sought us everywhere. Grcen Spots live in the inomory; forms and friendships pleasant to re. call fill the mind with felicitous recollections. It was good to see crowded assemblies eagerly listen 'ing to the Word of Life; better to know that to some souls the message was not without spiritual results. To the masses of young men who crowded to the lectures especially addressed to them, and looked and listened with far more than average in telligence, I owe much'for their hearty sympathy, and am willing to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
Notice to Advertisers. We sl7ouldfeel greatl? o ldlJed if advertisers, twho can make it convenient to forwardetheirordersin the early part of the weekl would lose no time in doing so. Hitherto woe have beenJ pait o muchl inconaenience on account of the late hour at wlidch ad?ertieanents have arrived, and If this could be avoaded, or partially so, iner arranyemeats trould be greally facilitated. TajuT Iuc ac edef tinfjuied f ageu~for the sale of~tAil#jq er - -aa
Monday, 30th July, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
d ,.. da.. , 30thCJulyo8 6.?) , ';-::' -. p kButr;was: adri.onished an d..dis chargrd for eimg druink .on the; previo.us da; MarcusLodrie, a native of Manila, charged with cuttirig and wiounding oihe John Christi ania o?i board the ship':John Russell, w.s e manded t the .6tih. of Auguist, for further evi dence...:: Ain Hannon, chaged with being drunk on the previous .day, was admonished and dis Befoie Lieut. Crmiiford,:P.f.,.i?d Thomas: Mason,:F.sq; JP.) J . . -, A min;an ained: William Dolhrty app?eared on summons- to answer the complaint.of Joihn Atkinson, .foir rescuing icattle, ,whlile. being driven to'the Pound.: TIe offence having been proved; dieTndint was fined five shillings and, costs of Court. SIia DEBT CASE-J. H. Scott V..Hichenl Gedye; defenidaiit was ordered to pay £2 10s. and costs of Colirt.
MUNICIPAL COURT. Friday, 3rd August, 1860. (Before J. K. Freyer, and T. Mason, Esqrs, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
- MUNICIPAL COURT. - Friday, 3rd Auguyst, 1860. (Befoie J. Ki Freyer, and T. Mason, Egrs, J.Ps.) Thomas Ryan appeared on summons to -an-? swer the complaint of Andrew Burke for in jurydone to his property. It appeared that -both parties are lessees of ground for quarry-, ing purposes, near Spottiswood's ferry, and that defendant in the course of his operations threw a quantity of rubblish upon complain ant's ground. " . .. -. For the defence, it was contended that com plainaunthad shown no legal right to the pro perty, and with the view of affording him an opportunity to do so, the] case was adjourned till next Tuesday. George Leary, a carter, appeared on sum mons to answer the complaint of Wm. Hall, of having assaulted him, on, the old wharf on Saturday last, an altercation having previously taken place :about a disputed account. Mr. Pentland appeared for. defendant, and urged thatt the assault complained .of was a very trivial-affair.: - The Bench,-however, ordered the payment of ...
Friday, 3rd August, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
Friday, 3rd August, 1860. - efore Lient Crawford, .K) .'ASSAULT.; Cii nstablMacguire for having.on the previo?s evening assaulted-:his wife in:'a most :violent manner, in their own house in Cole-street... .:The constable stated that while on duty in Cole-streeti he. heard cries of .fmurder?': and on his going ,into the house he saw defendant strike his wife a blow on the -face,when he took hiini into custody; Mrs. Kingstoh's dress was torn, and she was bleeding from the nose and month. ..: : • Defendant-said:his wife had assaulted him first, and dhe struck: her oneblow only in self defeifene lh denied that he had.torn her dress Mr. Kingst~on eipressed a wish that the case miight beremanidedto eniable the Couiirtto iob tain ConstablesBi6oais evidlence.-." - ..Sergeant Hall .stated,, that,, in.:accordance with instructions liie h?d receivied froini the Be~ich, he had signified to. defendant that he woiuld be held respanisible for any outrage that ajight take place between him and his ...
NOTICE OF MOTION. For Monday 6th August, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 4 August 1860
NOTICE .O : MOTION. For Monday*6th Augiist, 1860. Cr.-Mohiam' to move- " r ' " That the recommendations contained in the 14th.report.of the :Public' Works Com mitteebe'adopted ,. : : - * Cr. La Roche to move---. "That in all.cases where any'member:!of this Council who has property willbe directly fitted, pecuniarily 0or o`.otherwise; by any work proposed:to be done, it bshall frst be:de termined by the Council at large whetheir such work is:calculited so` to benefit the pro perty of such member as to leave him open to the imputation of an interested motive if he vote in favour of it, and if the.majority.6f th? Council bebif opinioh-that such would be. tie case, then, that such- member be not' allowed to votd on the adoption or otherwise of such proposition." i ti