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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

SHIPPING INTELUGENCE. Nov. 7-Coring? Lododn 2,5thIuly. Dobsous, Lanceston 4th inst. " DonPedro II, Hoblart Town 2nd inst: Freak, Hobart Tonn Nov, 8-Euphemia. Hobart Town 3rd inst. IIavilah, Adelaide 8rd inst. Gil Bias, Orago 2nd inst. - Storm Bird. a., Port Albert Elizabeth, Belfst Sth lost. Caroline; Adelaide 26th eli. Helen Ann, Circular Head SMaid of Alicanto Jet, Table Cape Prince of Wales, Circular Head Maid of the Tarra, a., Lannceston 7th inst. Woaga Wonga, s., Sydney 4th inst. Lady Bird, a., Portland Nov. 9-Colchester. Willunga It inst. Nonpareil, Adslaide 6th inst. Nov. 10-Circassian, Adelaide 22nd ulh. General Jessup. Adelaide 2nd inst. John Scott, Wiilonga Marguerite, Calcutta, 8th Sept. Cosmopolite. Port Wakefield 30th ult. Fulwood, Liverpool 3st July British Lion, Liverpool 25th July Merlin. Liverpool Ist August Lady Westmoreland, Liverpool 6th August . Nov. 1 l-Constitution, London 24th July Nov. 12-Monsoon, New York 25th July ] ?t. Champion, a., Portland llthiist. Bur...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. BILLS PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

RATES ,OF EXCHANGE. -BILLS PU?aCnASED. On London,30 days sight, On Launceston, do.,l do. I per cent. dis. Adelaide, do., I do. Sydney. 15 do, 1 dis 'Auckland. do.; 2 do. Bathurst, do., 1 do. Wellingtoi? do, do Goulburn,'do., Ido. Lyttelton, do., do. Brisbane, do;, I do. - Portland, do.. } do. SIlobartToTn, do., I do. Geelong, 3 do., } do. DRAFTS ISSUED. OnLondon,30 dayssight. On Wellingtos. do;. do. par , Lyttelton, do., do. S ydne, sight 1 prem. Portland, sight, I do. Bathurst do., do. Geelong. do., } do. - Goulburn, do., do. New York, 30 days Brisbane, do., do. sight;3 do. Bobart Town, do.. do. -'Hafax, do., & do. Launceston do.; do.. Monareal, do.; do. "'" :Adelaide; doe, do. Quebee, do,do. Ahckland, 'do., 2 do. RATES OF DSCOUNT. ..... Bills, 90 days,. 7 per est.;' do., over do., 8 do.

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, November 6th. Present: Thomas Mason, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Langford, Verdon, Stewart. and Armstrong. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

Williamstown Municipal Council.. Thursday, November 6th. Present: Thomas Mason, Esq.,: Chairman; Councillors :Langford, Verdon, Stewart. and Armstrong. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. `Letters addressed to the" Chairman were read, as follows: 1. From the Hon. the Chief Secretary, stating that. the Council would have to pur chase Adamson's Acts of Council from their owni funds. 2. From the Hon. the Chief Secretary, a circular letter,, requesting information as to the valuation of all property within the dis trict, the amount of rate assessed, collected, and expended," andthe date of the appoint ment of the Chairman, &c. S3.. Frn the. Hoi." the Commissioner of .PublicWorks,. stating that the subject of sup--. plying Williamstown with fresh water will be'. brought before Parlianment during the ensuing Session. 4. From the Hon. the Colonial Treasurer,' :_ enclosing accounts necessaryto-be signed by-^? the Chairman for payment of the secon...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

NOTICES OF MOTION. By the Chairman: To move 1. That a Bye-law, a draft of which is sub Smitted, be adopted, viz.-To provide for the better. enforcement of the Bye-laws S of this Council. By Councillor Verdon: To move 1i. Thattthe'Report of'the Conference of Mu nicipil" Delegates' be 'consideced in a -Committee of the Council?k By Councillor Armstrong: To move 1. That.the 22nd Report of the Public - Works' Committee be adopted.

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THE PRINTER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

THE PRINTER'S LOVE. BT W. L: W. We love to'see the blooming rose, In all its beauty dress'd; We love to hear our friends disclose Th' emotions of the breast. We love to see the ships arrive, Well laden to our shore: We love to see our nsighbor thrive, And loroe to bless the poor. . " e love.to see domestic life 'With ,uninterupted joys; Ve ive to se i hahppy wife. With lots of girls and boys.. We love all these-yet far above All that weever sold. .. e love, what every p.ater loves- To have subsc..p.ians paid. (Our printer here positively refused to set another line.r Hee.says, that :this effusion. is .n grmss. libel upon the profession, and that money. o fair ns being !the dearest object of. a" Printer's Love." is one oT the last things that he ever thinks about.-En: C.]

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WILLIAMSTOWN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

WILLIAMSTOWN POLICE COURT. CAUTIon TO OWNERS OF CATTLE.-GeOrge Weston and James Challis, -butchers of Wil liamstown, were summoned at this Court on the information of the Inspector of Nuisances, on a charge of allowing their horse to wander upon the public thorouIifares of the town. The defendant Weston appeared on behalf of himselfand partner, and said that his.horse had got away accidentally, and that he (the de fendant) was, moreover; unxequainted' with the police regulations respecting cattle... The magistrates reminded the defendant that every means had been taken. by the Municipal "Council toafford the necessary information, and that xo one could consistently jledd igliornice ofthe law. The defendants were fined 10s and costs. WVilliamilackerell was charged with a similar transgression, and was"ulso'finid 10s. arid costs;-Daniel - Tomlin; Richarid Tiaylor, add Burton Grave, were 'each charged by the, Inspector -of Nuisances,- at ;this: Court, on Monday last, with-allowing.thei...

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SEAMEN'S FLOATING CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

L:SEAlMEN'S FLOATING..CHAPEL We arglad to find~tinat ?a effortis at last to be. miade 't establish a Floating Chapel in Hobson's Bay. Donationsihave been received, and a' subscription-list has been: opened up, and we understand that.there is every pro bability of securing a convenient place of worship for the seamen of this port in a very short time. The following circular has been printed and distributed by the Committee: At a meeting held in the Harbor Office, Williamstown, on the Srd instant, of several gentlemen interested in the well-being of sailors, Captain Ferguson in the Chair, it was resolved that an efflbrt should be made to establish a Floating Chapel in Hobson's Bay, to be purchased and supported by voluntary contributions, and managed by trustees chosen by the subscribers from the respective deno minations. ". The necessity for such an institution needs no comment; when it is remembered that there are seldom less than from a thousand to fifteen hundred seamen on board ...

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Thursday, November 13th. Present—Thos. Mason, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Armstrong, Langford, Verdon, and Maclean. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

Thursday; Nvovember 1Sth. :Present-Thos. Mason, Esq., Chairman ; Codincillors Armstrong, Langford, Verdon, and Maclean. :The minutes of the previous meeting were read'and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCR. Letters addressed to the Chairman were read, as follows: 1. From Martin Sholl, Esq., Secretary to the Geelong and Melbourne Railway Com- pany, asking permission to construct a tem- porary landing place at North Williamstown, for the purpose of landing a portion of their permanent way materials. Ordered to be answered affirmatively, subject to certain con- ditions, and the inspection of the Municipal Surveyor. 2. 'From the Manager. of the Bank of Aus tralasia, on the'loan of £5000 for Municipal purposes. Si : Fr?inmMr. F. Spring, askig f perifission to cross over the footpaths in Thompson-street writh' c ' &., without mnaking - a-, paved erossing.' 'In answer thereto the Town Clerk vas directed to" refer the applicant to'Bye law No. 2. . Letters addressed by the Chairman were read,...

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CONSULS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

0 0 NS U L S.. Argentine Confederation-John William Mackenna,. Esq., I.D., 104 Collins.street east, Melbourne. Brazil--J. B. Were Esq., 46, Flinders-lane -ast, do. " Belgium-Gustave Beckx, Esq., 64 Flin' ders-lane west, do. Bremen--F. W. Jansen, Esq., 46, Flinders lane east, do. Chile-J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders-lane. Denmark-J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders lane east, do. Robert Kent, Esq., (Vice consul), 46, Flinders-lane east, do. France-Le Compte-de Chabrillan, No. 87 Collins-street, east, do. Hamburg-J. B. Were, Esq., 46 Flinders lane east, do. Hanover - A. Kaufmann, Esq., Little Bourko-street east, do. Lubeek--J. B. Were, Esq., Flinders-lane .Meklenburg Schwerin-Edward Fratzscher, Esq., Flinders-lane west, N?etherlands-F. G. Lange, Esq., (Consular agent), 153, La Trobe-street west, do. Peru-Juan Diez, Esq., 20, Flinders-lane west, do. Portugal--.J. B. Were, Esq., (Consul-general). .46, Flinders-lane east, do. R. Cooper, Esq., (Consul), 9, Queen-street south, do. Prussia-Adolp...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

MISCELLANEOOUS. '.RTHER SSMAniT:.-A lergyman was cen? 5iripg aaojong lady for tight lacing: " Why," replied the miss,- " you would not surely re commend loose habits to your parishioners." The clergyman smiled. Tnz LIQuoR LAW.--John Jones has no otbjection to lick-her-law whed 'applied to Jate. Jano Jones :contends stoutly .for the liquor law, as hpplicable to John. Jane's argument is simple and conclusive. When John* does liquor, he does lick her. When John don't liquor, he don't lick her; therefore if John can't' li?ior,' he won't lick her; the conclusion she wishes to reach. STOP TaE PAPER -A country editor says he received the following " atop my paper" :- " Dear Sir,-I have looked carefully over your paper for six months for the death of some individual I was acquainted with, but as yet not a single soul Icare-? inthi~ig about has dropped off, you will plee aoinve my name erased." LITERARY STATISTICS.-fr. Charles Knight calculates thait in th'e yar '1744 the people of England d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

Barg'ahis inDrajpery. B. CULLIEY BEGS to inform his friends and the public . generally, that he has just received a choice selection of New Goods, suitable for the present season, and that he intends selling at such prices as will defy competition. B. C. calls particular attention to the fol lowing low-priced Goods: Drapery. Ldngeloth Calicoes, 3d.; 4d., 5d., and 6d. Flannel, all wool, 9d. and 11d. Super T~yelsh do. Blankets, 8s. Gd., 10s. 6d., 15s. Window Blind Muslins, 6jd. Colored Venetians, in all widths. Dresses, 30,150 Yards Silk and Wool Bardge, in all colors and very wide widths, 8d.. Printed Muslin Dresses, 5s. 6d. Plain DeLaines, reduced, from Is. Gd. to Is. Silk stripe do., 13s. 9d. the dress Silk Lustres, Is. -6d. per yard Circassian Cloths, Sd. Yard wide Prints, lighit colors, 6d. Splendid Assortment at 8d. Large lot of Fancy do., 3s. 9d. Summer DeLaines, 6s. 9d. Choice patterns, 7s.6 d. to 8s. 6d. Black DuCapes, 40s. the dress, very cheap Check Washing Silks, 35s. rant...

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The [?] CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, November 15th. OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

C H IIR ONI L E WILLIAMSTO WVy, Saturday; Nbovember 15th. OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. LAST week we published the first half-year's Report of the Williamstown Municipal Coun cil,-a document which has been prepared with great care, and which affords much va luable information. We have given it" oui attentive perusal, and we think that; upon the whole, ourcodincil have acquitted themselves in a creditable manner.- The report com mences with an account of£ the receipts and expenditure for the six months ending 11th October. The income is represented as being £2902, of which 22000 is the first moiety of the Government grant; and £809 the amount of taxes collected within the district.-: Among the outgoings we find that £2332 has been expended on Public Works; £320 on salaries of officers; and about £250 on other matters, such as rents, furniture, printing, stationery, &c. By this statement it is seen that in re turn for the-£809 which-we have contributed by way of taxes, we have receiv...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENOE. ' TaE PazEi SLiP.--During the last three weeks much activity has been displayed'by Messrs.Y Pearce and-Dalziel, the coritractors of the works connected with the patent slip at Williamstown -About--1SO men and fifty drays have been steadily engaged in conveying 'the;earthlfronim tlie railway reserve to the site selicted for the .iying down of the patent slip; in. additio' to' which a tram*way has been formed, which has just been.broughtinto use, and which, -in the dispatch of work, is equivalent to tw eitvv drays: Upwaids of 20,000.cubic yards of earth has bbe"ri emoved. Rathe'riisore thian two acres ofground has been already formed upon the muid-lbanland, it :is confidently: expected that the:whole of the seven acres fdimingthe yard:and the ap proachl to the slip will be completed 'in' four months fro?3 this timle: The stone foiinda' tionsfor the machinery and slip-way down to low?water mark will also be completed in five months, when the machinery will be lan...

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Original Poetry. AN APPEAL ON BEHALF OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

AN APPEAL ON BEHALF OF THE WIL LIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITU- TION. (Written by desire.) Come every earnest heart; Lend us an active part, Hold up the hand for the good and the true Lend us your sympathy, Fill to the brim, with the Hope of the good we are aiming to do, Young men are wearily Moping them drearily, Longing the food of instruction to find. This institution will Give them the means to fill Up the cold void that is spread o'er the mind. Labor's duration Demand's recreation The wear and the tear she has left to efface: And it is treason To virtue and reason That this means to give it we've not in the place. I.et us unitedly. Let us delightedly Cheerfully join for the cause we commend; Let us with steady will Ever stand ready, still To it our warmest endeavors to lend. Light that shines o'er the mind Yieldeth it joys refined, Far above pleasures of sense and of sin; Raiseth man to his sphere, Aide him in coming near Good, that his soul was created to win. Let then the means ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

J. COURTIS & CO. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land, House, and General Com mission Agents, -Ann Street, Tilliamstown. OUUT-DOOR SALES punctually attended to. For tho convenience of the public, J. C. and Co. have opened an Auction Room fronting tho New WTharf,where theyhold sales every Saturday. Goods taken in for Sale every day, betweethen hourn of Two and Five. 94 J. COURTIS & CO. H A E ON S.ALE and on very easy terms, the following Pro perties, via.: 1 well.finshed house in McQuarry-street 4 Houses and Land in Ferguson-street 2 do., near the New Church I well-finished house, uearthe Bonded Store Also, several Allotments of Land -in North and 'South Williamstown. Tables, 10s. and 15s. Chest of Drawers, 65s. Chairs, 5s., Ss. 6d., Oa. 6d. Beadsteads, 65a. Stretchers, S9. Hair Mattresses, 24s. each. Door-scrapers, Is., Is. 6d., Ss. White Lead, 8s. for 28-lb. tin 1 Tent, 14 x 20, with 6 ft. walls I Do. 12 x 20, lined with drugget 1 Do. 12 x 20. do. do. carpet Butter, Od., Is.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 November 1856

Government Advertisement. Public Works Office, Melbourne. 13th November. 1856. THIRD CONTRACT-PATENT SLIP.     Constructing and Fitting an Iron Punt for   working a Diving Bell. Tenders will be received until eleven o'clock on Tuesday, the 25th instant, for the Construction and Fitting of an Iron Punt for Working a Diving Bell; Plan and specification may be seen at this office.   Tenders to be endorsed " Tender for Iron Punt," and addressed (if by post prepaid) to the Chairman of the Tender Board, Melbourne.   The Board will not necessarily accept and lowest or any tender. (Signed) C. PASLEY,   Commissioner of Public Works. Municipality of Williamstown. TENDER-The Council invite Persons willing to   undertake the Extirpation of Thistle Plants on   the Waste Lands within the District by grubbing   them up, to send in Tenders for the same. The Tenders must state the amo...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, November 29th. THE WILLIAMSTOWN CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 November 1856

WILLI STOWIV, Saturday, Novcmbr 9th THE WILLIAMSTOWN CONVICTS. THE trials of tiheprisoners.engaged in the late outbreak at Gellibrand's Point have termi nated? u-bree df ,the. number' have beencon victed of the crime of wilful murder, while the remaining six havebeenacquitted. How r upoon what grondsi this distinction has beeni made, we are not prepared so.ay. - But such, nevertheles', is the case. The decision of the jury in, the trial . of the six prisoners will-probably lead tola commutation of the sentencespassedTupon the three who are con demned :' Th'e Government are about to. appoint a Select Committee to inquire into. th-e ivo~kiig, of.: the penal establishments of the Colony, in nconsequence of c~rtain str ' ientk basderb, teia~isonersi relative to the` Sreaf6ient'tiey'lad received on board of the ,hulk'rs For oyr own part,' we have not much sympathy with such men as Melville and Co., neterdo welace place any great reliance in their statements but, uinder the circumstances,...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 November 1856

onuestl?.: ntol?.m nce . IN Honor or TEH NEW PARLIbAMET.-Ofn Tuesday last, salutes were fired by H.M.S. Electra and the Colonial war-steamer Victoria in honor of the formal opening of the New Parliament. On the morning of the same day the Williamstown `Division of the Victoria Artillery Volunteers, mustering about fifty in number, left for Melbourne to join his Excel lency in the ceremony of opening the new Houses of Parliament. Previous to their de parture they performed some evolutions-with a precision and accuracy which testified to the long course of training they had undergone. During the whole of the day our, town, as ivell as the shipping in the Bay, was adorned by a large number of flags which were hoisted in commemoration of the event; all the Govern ment offices were closed, and there was every appearance of a holiday. . DECORATIVE ART.-That Williamstown is not behind its neighbors in the possession of talent in this department may be inferred from the fact that thelarge s...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 November 1856

%tilliantstfowt .- 1i4 e nourt. DkiruNARDs.-James Murray and Willlani Simrs were cliaiged by Constable A 56, on Friday last, with beingdidunk and unlawfully taking a boat:fri'onthe Williamstown wharf. The first prisoner was fined ten" shillings, or tweiity-four. hours imprisonment; And Sims was admionished and discharged.-On Mon= day last, Jane'Lawrence, William Lake, Isaac . Coeman, and James Thompson were charged by-Constables A 151, A 81, and A 129, with drunkenness, and were discharged, after they had beei duly adnionished.-Albert Lindamon, -a foreign seaman,-' 1is charged with a similar offence by Constable A 55, and was also ad monidshed.-Patrick Degan was charged with Tufiy ie-en -dti h-tik'-d' disorderly ifft pub lie streets, and was fined 5s., or twenty-four liours imprisonment.-Jas. Burns was charged with similar conduct, and received a similar' seht'nce.-Johna'Collins and John Mlurphy were lio'ti drnik iahd'riotous on the previous day. Th? former' was fined twenty shillin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 November 1856

BARGAINS IN DRAPERY. B C ULLEY - BEGS to inform' hiiFriends andthe Public gene . rally tlhat he has just received a choice selection of New Goods, suitable for the present season, and that be intends Selling at such prices as will defy competition. - B." C.'c asl particular attention to tihe follwGlnr Goods:--- , Drapery. Longeloth Calicoes, 3d., 4d.; 5d.; and G6d..:.-. Flannel, all wool,9d. and lid. Super Welsh do. Blankets, 8s. bd., 10s. Gd., 15s. Window Blind Muslins, 6dd: Colored Venetians, in all widths. 'Dresses 30,150 Yards Silk ,and Wool Barege, in all colors and very wide widths, '8d. Printed Muslin Dresses, 5s. Gd. Plain DeTaines, reduced, fronm Is. G. to Is. Silk"stripe do., 13s. 9d. the dress - Silk Lustres, Is. Gd. per yard Circassianii.Cloths, 8d.: Yard wide Prints, light colors, ld. Splendid Assortment at Sd.." ' Large lot of Fancy do., 3s. 9d. Summer 'DeLaines, 6s. 9d. Choice patterns,7s.Gd. to 8S G.i' Illek cDuCaipes40s. the dress, .ery Cheek ;Qaslisn g Sslks..,B5 r...

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