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CENTRAL PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

CENTRAL PROVINCE -ELECTION. A public meeting was held.at the Athen: slum,. Little-Nelson street, on Tuesday after noon, convened by the friends and supporters of Mr. HulL. About. fifty- persons. were pre sent, when )Mr. Mason, J. P., was called to the chair,. and he in a few brief remirks expressive of his high opinion of the candida'e before them, called upon that gezitlenan to explain his political views. Mr. Hull; after a few preliminary remarks, ,said,-I am a very old resident in this colony, and I remember comiong toWilliamstown mnany a time, when it was a very different looking place to what it is.nw. With the exception bf:Mr. Masori aind Mr. Clare, thlere isnot 'oie I can recognize :unig my old acqualnitances, although:it is, very likely that they may re member me. There. was a time when I be lieve the whole of Williaiustown might have been bught for .£2000 .or £.3,000 ; and such .. : .r,-.. apianc'ethat,;in- 1841 and 1842, it went by the name of the "Deserted village." About...

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Thursday, 27th September, 1860. (Before J. K. Freyer, Esq., and Thos. Mason, Esq., J. Ps.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 September 1860

Tlh rsda?i, 27th Septejler; 1iSG 0. (Before J. K. Freyer, Esq., and This. Mason, Esq, J. Ps). .... PETTY LARCENTY., ; Joh?h Wilson. charged on warrant, with steal in?-a jacket, the property of William Hamil ton, a ship)wright residing at .the Hotham Arms Hotel, in this town, on the morning of the 26th inQt. = -. - Com, 1a al'nt swnr- n: I, know the prisoner, by sight; on the night of the 23th and 26th. inst~, 'I a~ i lodging at the-Hothaml Armsn. Hotel with. two men, one named John Ryan, an:l tlhe other Chrley; alboui half-liast twelve, Ryan wt.ake ie, brinning the prisoner into my ro·n i, with alj.acet in his hand which I re coniised to be mine; Ry-in asked:: prisoner whsO witm with him; am l- he' replied " I don't t-kn i " I then aroased' Mr. Croker, the lanid lord, who,.advised me to let the prisoner go, whlieh I did ; in:the folloinomn uorning, I went to Ihik fi-r srome tomds; when I discovered that both chest and tools were gone ;' subse quently founid the chest iiiner a' boat,...

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BOOK POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

BOOK POSTAGE. - VIA i sOTHAlMPON. The book poet?aystem' has been eXtended to the United Kingdom, India, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong, Malta1 Gibraltar. New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and Western Anustralia. Not exceeding oz ... 6 Above 4oz. and not exceeding 8oz. .. 1 0 Above Soz. and not exceeding Il. . 2 0 Above lb.. and not exceeding 1fib. .. "3 0 Above Ilb. and not exceeding 21b. ... 4 0 And so on, adding Is. for each additional lb. or fraction of l]b. up to l3b. TQ THE UNITED KINGDOM VIA MABSELLIET. Not exceeding 4 s.0 8 Above 4oz. and not exceeding oz. . 1 4 Above Soz. and not exceeding lib. ... 2 8 Above Ilb. and not exceeding lIlb. 4 0 Above lb. and-not exceeding 21b,. .., 5 4 And so on, adding Is. 4s. for each additional {lb. or fraction of lb. up to i1b. .. .:, All postages moaust be.prepaid.. S LFAMILY VAULTs`.": . Land for vaults 8 feetlong.. . . ~- by any width; not ex-..,r. ceeding 12 foot ...l £1_"0. : pe- fot. Opening eame . .... 1 1-0 do. I...

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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

*LETTER RAThES OF POSTAGE. A sUTrAMPTON . Under ioz . .. .. 0 6 Exceeding i u-. and not exceeding loz. .. 1 ".0 ;xceeding lo. and not exceeding . ... 0 Exceeding 2oz.?andnot exceeding 3oz:r?,- .o. 3 0 And every ounce or'fraction '-of ain once, one shilling additional' Newepaper, each`?'': I. o :.?" - o.1 TO TT? UNITED KIN?DOM VIA MIRSEILLE.S. French Rate in addition to the ab ove. Under.1ox ... .. 0. Under Loa?. 6.. .?. ? ';And for !every joz. 3d. additional Newspapers 2d: each additional.

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OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE STAMPS ARE EXCHANGEABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

OFFICES WHERE POSTAGE .STAMPS ARE EXCHANGEABLE.' rarat Kilmore Banaaat syneton .Beechworth aldon Belfast Maryborough Castleuinizi Melbourne .Creswick Pleasant Creek :Dunolly :,., .Portland. .Geelong . . . Sanlihurat '.' .Hamilton Warnamboool Heatheote "I;lliUamstoWni Inglewood

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POST-OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

:POST-OFFICE NOTICE. 'On and after the 1st uly next, Postage Sta~ms kill be purchased at this office acoiding to the fola Iowing sairseviz..:- g. o t For S atmps not exceeding in value 1*. 8S, Id. And soon at the rate of one penny for every Is. 8d. or Portion of s..l 8d. Postage Stamps only to be exchanged when not soiled or otherwise dama gedand; when p.esented ini strips, at least two stamps adherin to .each other,' as"at, first issued from the ios-t e .R, o- ' .i . : RI:., i HARD.- ..R .PIPER, Postmaster. .Williamstown, 29th June,-1860., ::

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

4~Noze~ ,to'Advrtise~s:9 We eliouldfeeZ greatly obiqied if dcertiaers, whJw .canaý ou te.zt coneenicart Coforfard thet, ordera t ie' early part of Ie ivek mould iee no timne in doing so. leilerto ee .have leuef put to aome iocaneeoieetvaon -aceouat 0J thelate hourie atlieck etbertlsrentencyve_ ari rcuf, and if Clue 'could by atonded, of ~artta, y so, cierarraligemsgnldue-greatlyfaclnltezted

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

To Subscribers. -'u~.'le-. i riig~u A 'New Quarter having: commeneed, our Sufi scribers are informed .that their conolibutions.wil. be received eitheirat the:Publshuig.,rOflice, Ann s zJ=treetoryby the-parrty who delvera this paiers To such as haye nit yet pail thei lmit Qasrter's sbsnritions, as well as to thosa woioae iidebted to us sundry si il coiunti for advertising, we t htastate that we shall fi.l.much obliged by th izfatteiding ttheu abovc intintion at ai early S Subscrihbers rcning ata irhtiai . can forward ,-their, u criPtions either uin stipspor by pest-: oic odler Thisa yartes wio may receive the Chronsdea in a coloureilenocvlo e, will uinderstand " eyitbtef rein iu arers, aind thaith e de: livery of the aper is li ibie to b dis antionee.

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NEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

SNEW MONEY ORDER OFFICE. O.Nand after the let July next, Mfoney')rers maiy be.obtaineid at thisoffice forand made payabloeat New Ingleiool, at the usual rates; . ., RICHARD R.:PIPER, Postmaser. - Post-?.cet Williamstown, ' S Sth June, 1860. -

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RATES OF POSTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

AATES OF POSTAGE THE following order has been issued by the.?Obst. master-General: , sat order to ray the transit thiough Egypt news papers sent eia Southampton and Suez, addrssed to the East Indies, Ceylon, Mauritins, 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 one ipenny, making the rates as follow:--Upon a newspaper addressed to the EastIndies-2dF when not exceeeding 4 gunces 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 countries or places referredto, 2d for 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 change be made in the postage of newspapers sent via Mdrseilles, the present charge on such newspapers being su...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

"A-number of noted burglars and thieves are at present about Melbodiile,'atid it behoves house keepers to it upon their guard. The person .vho was-reccntly arrested in this colony on suspicioi of being Valentine, the Tasmanian f.rge;, has proved to be the wrong man after all, ind ha? iecn discharged from custody. It is now supposed that Valentine has quitted the country; and Subh-inspector Weale, who caune over to Vic toria on purpose to search for hima, has re turned to Tasmania. Three Chinamoan, named Ah Fow, Alh Pallh, and Ah GOi, were charged,at the St. KildalPlice court on Tuesdlay morning, by Mr. Legatt, of the company's baths, with fishing with ilegal nets, that is to say, with nets of which the meshes were too small The effect of fishing with these nets is to cause all the small fish, as wed as lthose fit for food to be caught, and they are thus destroyed. The Chinamen were lined Is. cach,.ad n( Gs. 8 cost-, the latter amount to go to the prosecutor. The-country through whic...

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A GOOD SUGGESTION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

A. -GOOD. SUGGESTION. . To the Editor.of the W uIxaisasrowNr CnnosR cL.1 SSIR, It seems. that the. establishment -of - late trains between this place and' ?elbourne is not likely to behefit the business portion' of Williamstowun very considerably.:. it is rather the reverse, so far asthslishopkeepers are eon cerned.:' Walk froi Gelibrand's' Point to aiiy point, north or. west, on a S:iturday eveniig, when above all: other times one:might expect to see plenty of people about, and you are re minded that .we ha?e not yet forfeited our pristine name,-it is evident, notwithstanding our vaunted_ greatness, that this is still the "deserted ,illage" referred to by' the ancients. Our streets are empty, and so are ouni shops. What has become of the people i.: Why, the fact -is,.they:have ail: sloped, slid, absquatu lated i" It'is-in vain fir Mr. Cleaver to dress up his sucki~ng pigs with- ribbons. and ever greens and offer his porksteaks at threepence; or his chops'at " tuppence," or for Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

lThe Worndler of the World ! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS This great Household Medicine ranks among the leading -necessaries of life, as it is well known to the world that it cures many complaints other remedies cannot reach, this fact is as well establish ed as'the Sunlights the World. Disorders of the Liver anl'Stomacc Most persons will, at some peril of ter lives, suffer trom'indigestion, derangement of 'their liver stoinah, or bowels, which if not quickly removed, frequentlysettles into 'a angerous.;illness.-.'It is well' known in' India, and other tropical climates, that Holloway's Pillsis the only remedy that can be relied upon in such cases' Alhiost'every 'soldier dbroad carries a box-of these'pills in hisicnapsack; In England most persons lnow :that these Pills; will cnrethem whenever.the liver, stomach, or-bowels are out oforder, andthat they need no physician. Weakness and Debility.. Such as-may suffer fmomweaknessoorlebility,eor where there "is a want of energy, "shold.ilat 6oince ha...

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JUDICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

JuDiciu-AL-The practice of carrying on nonri -tiaionin anything. but ."bated, bireith has so obtained in our County: Courts as ,to draw down the following reproof from .His Honor Jiidge Skinner:-_, Speak out witiuess, everyone in Court is talking.louder than you are."-'Sandhurst Bee. PiPROVERBS wORTHr PRESERVING HaSty peopile drink the ?ine" of -life ,scalding; hot. Deadth is:the onily mraster vwhotakes liis ser vant without : character. A sourifced wife fills" the tavern;. Content is .the mother of good' digestion, When :pride..aiidi poverty imarry together, their children are, wantind ".crime :vWhere hard work kills theni idleness kills a hundred r-en..- He that borrows bidds ibimself with. neighbbirr's rope. =He that is too goodfor goodadv'~ ice :is too 'good ifor?his n eighbour's company. ,Friends and photo graps inever flatter.. Wisdom; is always. at homdie to those Who call.: The irmest friends ' asks tihefeiest-, thyotrs. :ter ' SRev..Dr. Cumminci~,of :London, delivered a S'l...

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Post-Office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

Post-office Money Orders. REuYLATIO?S FOR TIE ISSUE AND PA YMErT o" PoST-oFFICE MoNEY ORDERS. His-Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to directthe publication of the following Regutions' for the issue and payment of Post Office Money Orders in the Co lony of Victoria ; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, post Office Moniey Orders may be obtained, and be made pa? able at the undermestiosied.plices on and after the 12th July, 1'858.. 1. Places and time of issue, and payment.-moneyI orders may be obtained and made payable at the following places, 'iz- - The Post ?lf?e at Melbourne. Dd. Geelong. Del. Bailarat. Do. Sananurst. 1a. Castlemaine. 1u. Beechworth. . Kilmore. . Do . Maryborougih. Do:. Ararat. Do. .Pleasant Creek. Do. Williamstown. Do.: Portland. Do. Belfast. Do. j Warronabool. betWeen ite hours of Ten a.m: and Three p n, Sun. days excepted. .2. Limit of amount, and number to be issued oa p...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, October 6th, 1860. SOMETHING NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

SOMETiI 4 NTEZ'. W DESTE, tb.st d etum.of the yisc,?nlan'eof old, " some'th igne' does occasidnally'tnrm np-" :at:all:cvents in this favoured land of trictoria Fdi" Ai" i'weikelago welamented the scarcity of candidats forW s htcits 'sts-in ohitirLegis lature, and behold1 hIere we have an nitgation initiated for the.admissiou of.miniteris?of r ligion into our Parliament. Lawyers;muer-• chants, d i lanidondesncrpts are wearing off the unprof?table toilfo:f inembrship, and; a class hitherto, anid lnow,excluded by a pro hibitorycilause of the Constitution sAc ses up to complait"of the injustice 'oft.t excu-i Hofl lYsLa ir shoula d Tie throw opei to thetm' • jtaia ot to Uhe denied that the clerical prof 'fessaiio cmpnses very-many men ossessedtof the qualities whiieh we expect to find in legis lators; but-ivhich in this couintry e often look for in, vain. Clerg inmen aro b tsiilly, aa i? most of the churches-necessarily,, nen of edu cation 'ad inforniartion, th e . arsii fosthe most p'ar...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

W THE WTEAPHER. FeLtif XT SA.wDnuhsT. Since the' flood which about two years and a halfnago did:so mugh damage in dandhurst, we have not.had such a one as occurred last night Althbiouh the injury doiie to property byithe flo id- of last iight has o been anything like thatwhich took. place, on the' occasion alluded to, yet the damage caused by the, flooding of cellars, the swamping. claims, and.the breaking away-of dains throughout.the field '.bas' not been inconsiderable, and some outlay, of nulney wil be iieei3ssry.before the injuries are nrepaired. About 10 o'clock yesterday morning the weather, which during the previous evening had threatened rain, broke into heavy showers which coiitinued thronghloit.the day, accomipaied by a great;ldeal. of thunder and lightning. Towards the evenilg the rain was pouring in torrents, and the predictions of a flood were verified about-i o'clock. At t pis time thed:reserve oppsite Pall:Mall.was;one sheet of water, in some llaces more. than a foot....

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, 1st October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

Williamstown MunicipalConnc. Mondayj, le Odober, 180. Piresent :-J. K. Freyer, Esq., (Chair"u n), and Crs3 Moxham, La Roche, Inlis, Conurts, Masonand White. - ._. The minutes bf the previous meeting were lreandeoufirmed. ".i. ' .: CORRESPONDEI-cE.L , 'I ttdrsIli-b beei received is followfs- . .,From the Hon..the Chief fecretay, sta tin~-thbatlie zsemorial from: this Council ur s 'ingb.iupn-the G(overncminit ti.,necesa??ity of establishing adry dock in this port had been 2. Fr5m tlh& Hon. the ?'ommissioner of Lands and Survey, requesting to b'furnished. \i'th ý liittof the waste-lands'in- thinismuicei '. -]Nrihi r. lames kn6'?i4t driwing lis "Iplylietii"faripermi3sibn-toestablisha--rifie gallery itn Willamstdwh. "

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

•-- Ws-=lrow-,e l"r;r 'Coftrs.-A ,umne- " P rously-attended ideatnlgu f this Corps was held on thE~i'& ,F eiidini,o .T ad y idt:iCC~ptamin Perry's Iron.Store, W.-H. Litchfield, Esq., in; the,,chair. The Secretary read areporitifromn the. Committee of the Coiitpany by whichl it appears thit 22 drills had been hbeld? duitng the month of September,- 'i in the evenings and 7Uin thei.mormngis, at %whic' the average attendance had: been 36 and,21 repectively. The Co ?tmitfee reioinfitiended that.Governm ient st;iold '?t' reqifuesti?edto ?.roelahti Willi anistown.a military. district, being undeithe control onlyo ofthe Chie Military staff offi cers of tlihe Colony.' I thisivere acceded to (~itý s mtiltteO) theT voLCoi s; Jn tetowrr would be better able to wotk harmoniously to= gother; and h. frte from.the annoyance:-of a recrenco td litddo h d qiertei Mfelbourne' oni the most trivial mati'ters: 'r. Stewart, J.P, rmoved and Mr. llockett seconded the first. re soluhtion, aa followsi:...

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 October 1860

";a r ; aý ra ES. : t The following reports were birouihF in submitted for adoption :-10 i Et SThe 12th report:of the -C.emtcrcyCommlmit tee ?recoimtiendingfor '?cdeptance~th'e tenders orf Christohiler' orp toc,:t ed andkeep in: repair the Ccmetery paths during the remaint der'f thlie 'rrenit inciiil yip a for 281I; a-fdthe tender-of"T. -w. Tiodson?; forreiainit' ingand -alteringthe.irrds 'rinTheo. CemetryI and at the Mtc~iire `iep6;t; £? Ss' - r Mo'C Iaohi? :aslked' if the Cifiiitt6ido ere' awire of 'the ficttiliat' one 'of'ithleparties'hiad declined to take ip a .previous conetmet :,. SCr. Courtisn'aid the Coammittee were fflyi acquainted with the circumstance. The rd?'oft wa='theatdopted.: ". d- ? The Chairman then tead ' tedp?:?;of:the Select Coinmittee appointed to inspect the 'a ri-ous;slaIghtering establish entsf otth etovn The Committee examined tliý anous :places werens t- rpý?iieca lwitlih .utabe ac-iaemmO dation fr aai.ighte'nnTand: toh Committee were. of .opinion that t?...

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