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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 10th September, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

-_eret' •- ;. :ryer ?sq., (Chairman) and Crs. Moxham, La Roche, Courtis, I'glis and White. _ The mnnutes of the previous meeting were read a?d-confirdiied CORRESPONDENCE., Letters had been addressed 1. To the Hon. The Chief Secretary,'en closing;Bye:law 146, reqiuesting that the same might be -]laid before His Excellency the G= vernor,.fohis assent thereto. . . To CajtaihAT H Kay ;RN, enclosiig miemormal, praying for dry dock, accommoda tion,. and requestig theiamie to;belaid before the' Governor ht earliest conlienience. 3. -To Sergeant Hlall?,lispectorofSlhiughter houses, requesting him to reiport to the Council the 'condition" of 'all :premises 'within this district, iwhich 'are occupiied by butchers fur the sale of meat, or slaughteroig.purposes.. - Letters had been reti ved is follows- ? 1. Fromi 'Ge' Veo'ln, sq ,i ., L L.A., stating that he had duly presented:to Mr. Fratis the resolution passed bythe Coiutil; tiYilking.hiiu for his conduct in relationl toejuestio r ofwater sup...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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LATEST FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

SLATEST FROIM-AMERICUA. Dates from NewV t York are to July I4, brought by the Adriatic to S:inthlamptoii on Ju. y 24. SAt I p.m on Friday, July 23, in- lat. 49.leg. 40m. N., long. 36.4eý. \V., the .Adriatic p ased a fleet in close order of sailing, which was supposed to be the convoy of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. . -The following correslipondence between Mir. President Buchanan and Queen Victoria; in refer oiide to the visit of the Prince of :t ales, had been published in the XNew York papers: - LETTER FRQM TIIE PRESiUEN.T TO TE QUELE. " To Her i lajesty- Queen Victoria. --I have learnt from the public journals that the Prince of-Walei is about to visit ycmrMa?jesty's North American dominions.. Shon:d it be the i n tention of his itoyan Highness to extend.his.visit to the Unriited States, I need, not say how happy Ishul?? be to give him a cordial welcome to Wash "sngtoni. ·o a may bhe well assured that everywhere in this "country he will be, greeted by the Anierican pei...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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A TERRIBLE THUNDERSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

A- TERRiuBft THilUDERSTORM T R 'thin derstorm which broke over Geelong eanlyii Satur day morning and which must have aroused most of ,the townspeople, appears to' have been most severely fet at Germantown. A resident informs as that the clouds seemed to be directly.overhead. and that what with the rendinig and falling of trees, the loud reports of thunder, and vivid.~ iying of -thelightning, everyone was up thorooughly alarmed. `A nerson named 3lrs. Gully, residingnearthe creek, rushed out ofher house, and has.not since been heard of. We understand she 'w's lahoring ?uder mental depression at the time, and-fears -areenter tained for her safety.. Some of the telegrath posts" about seven miles froni Queenseliff? ire struhkh-Ž lightning, and shivered into splinters almost as small as matches.-Geelong Advertiser. SFATAL.ACCrrE.T.m-Au accident which'ter minated fatally o?curred yesterday afternoon to a miner named Nihil, who :was working ;in 'soh: old ground hear the junction of Iack Cre...

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THE PRINCESS FREDERICK WILLIAM BERLIN, Wednesday Evening, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

TIIE PRINgCESS FREDERICK WILLIAM3 3ERL\, W1ednesday.Evenin9, Julye25.: The health of the Princess _Fredernck ?\ illiam and the Royal infant being quite- satisfactory, no bulletins have been published to-day. -,

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THE INTERVIEW AT TOPLITZ. TOPLITZ, Thursday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

THE INTERVIEWl AT TOPLITZ. :, TO ''oiiTz, Thursday, July 26. The Prince Regent arrived here yesterday, at 6 p.m., .and was received at the. terminus by the Emperor. His' 3M esty shook hanrds. w-ith His Royal Highness. SThe Emperor wore the Prussian military uniform and the decoration of the Ordler of the .Black Eagle. The Prince Regent wore the Austrian uniform and the decoration of the Order of St. Steplien. Count Rechberg was not present at the termnius.

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QUARTERLY LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

QUARtTERLY-JAOENSING BENOH Thie follhwioc sApplications;adjourned from last Tuesday, were heard - .. ' TRANSS'ERS. Thomas Clarke; Geelon gJunction Hotel; from W'illianiHalL. Gianted. John Qiley;. rince Albert otel, from Edward Quigley.: Grante.. NEW LICENCES. Edward Quigley, for a house opposite the railway uWorkshops, to, be called the Foundry -Hotel. Granted Mr. Pentland opposed the. application on the part of several'of the inha bitaits' of the: locality, on` the groi?ins .that another public-house in that l:pality was not required . Saniuel,Taylor:fora house to be called the, 'Ms~ons' Arms, in Bunbury-street; sarhde.?ic: ihty as the lasth' -'Raefiseii '. -: -'

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COMPROMISE PROPOSED BY KING OF NAPLES. TURIN, Thursday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

COMPROMJISE PROPOs.ED BFI KLVa OF "NAPLES. Tunis, Thursday, July 26. The object of the mission of the Marquis de Is Greca is to bring about "a compromise by which" the King of Naples would ccept the result of Univer sal suffrage il Sicily, shoubld the Western Powers guarantee the integrity of his '\ajesty's dominions on the main-land, and pirevent', Garibaldi'from ef fecting a landing there

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

Notice to Advertisers. orWe elzdfecal ·'reatly obligedi if adie'rtise. re, io can make it convenient to forard their ordersain the early part of the lueek would lose o time in doing so. Hiithcro ice haveeen put' to some inconvenience on accomitof ladte hourc at'whirl advertisemenitshare arrived, and (f this could be avotded, or .parlally do, ourarrahg;;ihentse'wouai be geallyifacilitated. - . - , , ý ý ý ý. - I . v ý .1" I

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RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

: RATES. OF JOSTAGE . THE follig order has been issued bl t Post master-General : -. - o t "m ' In order to pay the tiansit through Egypt news papers sent via Southampton and Suez, addressed to the East Indies, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong,: .China, Australia, or any other country or place lying todthe' asatwaid bf Suez, ;ill, after the 31st December neit,-be subject to an additional charge of one penny, making the. rates as follow :-Upon a newspaper addressed to the EastIndies-2d when not exceeeding 4 dunces in weight; .3d vhihn-above 4 oun'ces'and not exceeding 8 ounces in weight; id being added for every additional4 ounces or fraction of 4.ouncesa Upon newspapers addressed to any of the other countries or places referredto, 2d for each newslaper, 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 change be made in the postago of nshivpapers' sent via Marseilles, the present charge on such ...

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OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE STAMPS ARE EXCHANGEABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

OFFICES W·NHEREPOSTAGE STAMIPS' RE EXCHANGEABLE.. SAarat -" " ' Kilmore S Ballarat • . TKyneton Beechworth.. a .-laldon-,. : -Belfast. .Maryborough Castlemain ,. ' M ' Ietiiin " . Creswiick: ' " -leasant Creek %'':. Dn.iolly :.. :-'. '- ortland. : : Geelong : . Sa:/ ..ndhurst .:: SHamilton -Warnambool IHeatlicote Williamstown -Inglewiod ; ";' - " -'"" : "'-"" ' '

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ALWAYS AT A PREMIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

ALWAYS AT-A PREMIU M. :To this "fifth quarter of the Globle" as-an Irish i·riter has called it the mother country sends many things its people doaowant, ahd the consequences too.frequently are an overstocked market'ind a de pressed trade. From thiscategory we beg leave, however, to exclude two articles-the two celebrated remedies of Profeslor Holloway Throughout Aus tralasia othey a-re 'at '-premium. The Pills arnd Ointment are considered the most prifitable cosmm.o dites that can be taken to the mines, as their efficacy in the diseases Icommon is the gold region is well known to every hugget-hunter, and they are therefore eagerly brudglhtup at any price by those toilers after the " mamm?on of, nrightuopeneus. ?.;For-the bion eovers and all the disorders of the liver.and bowels which prevail on the auriferous soils. of the interior the Pills appear to 'b a positive, iniediate and ii `variable cure : 'e have seen returned gold-hunters from the'-: ! di ? . " and their ..reports on thi...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, Monday, 9 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

THE WAR ZE EALAND. - [By Electric Telegraph.] Srm syr, lMonday, 9 A.Mr. On Monday night, thlie mail steamer brought news to the 30th ultimo from Taranaki, .vli Auckland. The intelligence is of the most disastrous and har rowing character..-. During the last three weeks,, several murders of settlersbyinsiurgents, of a fiendishnaturehave taken place. Their tomahawks - are more feared than their muskets. Ambush and massacre are the order of the day.. . : - '. ..r Frequent skirmishes take place with the troops, and a number of rebels had been shuot, but there had -been id reguldr fighting: There had been immense destruction of property by fire and drivin" awaystock by'the Maories. Capt. Seytnoii has so far recovered from. the ef fects of his.konid, as'to ?be:ablk to Walk with the us; of his crutch, '- On the 12th, the rebels had thrownius strohg en. trenehmchnt across the road at' Oinita, and sunk a large- number of, rifle pits on Grayling's and Harrison's farms=-some within 400 yards o...

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Thursday, 13th September, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

?Phursdari, 13tl Sep ember, 1860. . (Before Lient. Crawford, RN.) 1A respectible-looking womnin, nah Ei a beth Ray, was charged with :being drunk on the previous evening, near her own residence, and was admonished and disch trgell, this being her first offence. . .. Mrs.. Ra,, stoutly denied the: Cha rge nd offered an explination, which was declindd.

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CONFECTIONER'S LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

{ C ONMdEC'ftlO $ IJ N Prrd iS 1 fu~ikk ("raid. _T'ednesduy, lath Sejeml er, 1860. • Before Liecu Chawford.rl, ?N "rfxlzena- ýIeuled, clrir d ithbking use of Abscene language to the chief officer of the barque Amazon, on the previous dayj...... "T? prisoner answered the Bench'in a pert manner that the ,Complaint made against him was quiite true. Sentenced. to:two months ha?d labour. .-·i . INSULTING LANGUAGE. A yoithg tian; niamied Roiert Lamont, ap= peared to answer the conmplaint of 1Mr.LaRoche biought under.thel' 6 'Vict., No 20; Sec. 5, for using abusive and insultin languange towards him on the night of ihe Sthl inst.; while riding in a rail ,ay ?a:rinage roitMlelbourne to W il liamstowir whereby a breach: of the peace niiglit liave been umade. ;Codiplainaiit stated tiht defendant had is suitedhim most grossly in the presence of se veral persons, and that this was not the first nor the second time he haml'done' sO; he (Mr. Li. Rcobe) did not wish: td punish the d'man, alllie wa...

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MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

3iU.NICIPAL ENDO W'MEivT. A deputationfrom the 1Municipal Conferencehad "an interview with the Chief Secretary on Friday last, to present certain' resolutions arrived at by the Conference on the subject of Municipal Endow ment. Attending the depntation were Messrs. Stephen, L. L. 'Smith, Hadley, Johnson, Verdon, and Embling, tl.L. A's. The Chairman of the Mu 'nicipal Conference, Mr. 'Smith, after apologising "for the shorfness of the notice given to the Chief -Secretary of the interview, said the object wasito '-bring before the notice of the Government certain resolutions 'respectinig the endowment of munici • cipalities. The question had been discussed by 'two previous conferences held in 1856 to 1858, and almost.similir resolutions arrived at, so that four years had.elapsed and sno action had been taken notwithstandtanding the promises made to former conferences by other governments that'thet'abject -would be talken in iand. - The depstationwere de sirous of pressing forward the ...

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BOOK-POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

BOOK -POSTAGE. vrIA SOUTniaPToN. . The book'post system has been extended to :tbe United Kingdom.,India, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong, Malta, Gibialtar. New ouath Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Ncw Zealand, and Western Australia. Not exceeding 4c-. ... ... .. 0 6 Above 4oz. and not exceeding E8z. ... 1 0 Above Soz.-and not exceeding Ilb. .. 2 0 Above llb. and not exceeding 111?. ..., 3 0 Above lXlb. and not exceeding b. .- .. 4 0 And so on, adding Is. for each additional jib. or fraction of alb. up to 31b. TO THIE UTITED KINTGDOM VIA MARSELLES. Not exceeding o. .. ...?.. OS Above 4oz. andnot exceeding Soz. ... 1 4 Above Soz. and not exceeding ]lb.: ... 2 8 Above llb. and-not exceeding 'ILb. .. 4 0 Above 13lb. and not exceeding 2lb. - .. 5 4 And'so on, adding Is. 4d. for each additional b. or fraction of .jlb. up-to 31b. All postags- must be prepaid.

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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

'LETTER 1ATES OF POSTAGE. VA SOUnTIAPER. Underloz. --- 0: 8 Exceeding 4 oz. and not exceeding Io0 . I 0 Ifxceeding loz. and not exceeding 2z./ :. 2 0 Exceeding 'oz. and not exceediilg 3oz. . 3 0 And every onnce or 'fraction of an ounce, one shilling additional. Newspapers, each . ..+ - 1 TO'TH uaeuITED KI\GDOM VIA IARSEILLES. S-French Rate in addition to the above. Under.?oz. x .. .. .~. . 0. Under .. ... .. .. 0 6 Under oz. . . 0 0 SAnd for every boz. bd. additioiAl. Newspapero ýd. each additional.

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POST-OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

POST-OFFICE NOTICE. On add after thelst.July next, Postage Stamps will be purchased at this oflice aecording to the fol lowing scale, viz. :- For Stamps not exceeding in value ls. Sd.; Id.: - , ,, 3s. 4d., '2d . ,, .- ,,. 5n s..Od., 3d. And so on at the rate of one penny for every Is. ".8( or portion of Is. Sd. Postage Stamps only to be exchanged when not soiled or otherwise dasta: ged, and, when presented.in strips,: at least 'two stamps adheringto each other, :as at first -issued from the post-office. RICHARD R.: PIPER, Postmas~ter. Williasstown, 29ith June, 1800.

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NEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

. NEW. MONEY. ORDER OFFICE.. O~ans after-the 1st July next, MoneyOrders may be obtained at flis df?~ce.for and made payable at New Inglewood, at the istual ratis. 'RICHARD R: PIPER, Postmater. Post-office, Williamstown, 2.Sth June, ?660.

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 September 1860

errs of the (Icl h. A nugget, weighing 150 ozs, was found a day or two ago. by some Chinese at Linton. The nugget resembles a cabbage-leaf, measures 9 x 6in, and is perfectly free'fromn quart. Messrs. Tuxen and Co., of liallirat,iavol purchbsed the interesting stranger. The cotton cultivation in Queensland, as we noticed in our issue of last week, iS beginning to attract attention. It appears from a recent despatch from SIr G(. F. ]owen, the (Gove onr ofthe new dor.oy, that Mr. iaz'ev, s..P. for :ltlallcester, had - addressed to that gentleman a lette-, stating he is not indisposed to find a few fa:nilies w.tilng to emi. grate to the colony to cultivate cotton. iir George Bowen. writing on the sit?ject to the Secretary for the Colonies. says:-" I have, in reply to the above. mentioned letter, recommended Mr. ituzlev to send out to B:i bane forthw:th an agen clm;p:wered to negotiate with the colonial Ledisiat :re to select land for pu"'l :s . or lease, aid to mna':c :, otaher necessa...

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