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Original Correspondence. SABBATH DESECRATION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

eiijiinat (1 orr4spodlttid?; .. SABBATH DESECRATION.... [To te Edior of the W ILL?AirsTOWi C OHROiCLE. Sir,-It is currently reported that certain two individuals residing. in NorthWilliams-. town, intend trying the mettle of their respec pective steeds on Salbath morning first, on the racecourse. .I-hope for the credit of our municipality that such report is unfounded. If it is'not so, it willbe the duty of the police to iterifer and notn llow seich a disgraceful proceeduis to beh carried 'oiL ' Yours obediently; Hoo.

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

f F _ orrespondlence. ,. 'i -VCE r'tL E~tir.1 d1efeirreX'tIW a;=nOther, 1 nblieaioh. ý i 'r : 'Iunning R emarks" njwnthe late Entei*ninrcnt wi idijoftchreinnds liourncxt :itilcs.''i.ltittite, :'w-;11"hIi~car in our nett;.;~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

' Ndice to Adviertisers. - e- 3itouldfeel greatly obiied if radertisers, "ho c n?,n m e.i.convenient to forward their orders in the eoriy pat tof the toeeL would lose nW timeindoinyso. Hitlheito 'we lhzve been put to sore inconvenience on atcnm" of the late hour at wiclii.doedrtieementa7aave ar2 iueilandf tli s couldbe avoded, or partially ',;4 our airclne!ments wcould be greatlyfacilitated.' :!i:ui

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Friday, 30th November, 1860. (Before Lieutenant Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

(Before Lieutenant Ciawford, RN) SThe case of Eliz:aMKee.v.-M'Kee for ieg lecting to obey an ,order ?of the ,Court for iinaitenance, was adjournedtill .Fnclay;'..i : th -December., " L l.: ' Charlotte RZLSSd a young .woman of abdout 20 years, was brought beforethe court chsrged withs soiderly conduct andlusing obscene -languxagin "the pUblic street on the previous ovening. .fShe ~ absadiiniished. " ,1Trnas Linton appeared Abefore the; COurt in;answer.to a summons of;dMary o hill, for ibusive languaged :: ;{;'.:" j Defeiidait it appeared nas living next door to plaintiff whose fowls having trespassed oi 'defendant's :premise ihd 'tlireatenid tb' kill them; and on;liaiptiff'.s?~monstrating with -;im, he used lan~gua~ofif very gross' char ter. . t -" The' ei chi d d -c ?anto s.'and cost bif Couit, 6s. Gud. j t us BIRNe uv. EURK.--AdjOurned till uesda y

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Thursday, 29th November, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N., and Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) William Lamplough and Thomas Evans, [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Thursday, 29,3th doveber, s1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, 'N., .and. Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) .W;illiam, Latlpough 'rand i T uomai Evans, -seamen belon gingIto: the ship' Morning Sttr .;warivbrouglit up on watriiat charge with in subordination. ' . It appeared that the men were under the ,',:influence. of liquor at the time of the comiiis sion of the offence for which they now stood. ,chairged ; :but: onr acounitof .their previous good conduct, and appearmg" to regret . tiat ruithey hid so misconducted ,themselves;,the charge wias not pressed. ; - The Bench admoniished themi'nd ordered that they shoilddbe sent oni board their'·bii: Owes Fdilejt il seamai n beloniia to ttihe ship oroiin" Star, lying alongside, the Railway Pier, was charged with assa ulting a passengerI Yi.inhed Jam es- Eati. The offence was proved to have been com initted'byprisonie?whilt under the .influence of. drink The Beichfined prisoner20s., -onerhiety. of which was to. goto prosecutor,; in `defait' of payhment...

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Friday, 30th November, 1860. (Before J. K. Freyer, and T. Mason, Esqs., J.P.'s.) SMALL. DEBTS.—DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

:. : Fri.da .;,, ..?5.e. £??:, ":.'! :?:? ., :t e ,, SMXLIt DEBTS -DEC IOIs S. . ,Simimeish?. PW ilson;d, fed-id t i; to pity..?Li is. 8d. and costs of Court. Trtwv ;ra{an . ,, defendiant ito py Li 4s. w6±it costs..: Suther land v ]Burkepsettled out of Court

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NOTICE OF MOTION. For Monday, 3rd December, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

SNOTICE' OF' MOTION. FoF9Iopday ir4'Dcember,t186O. The-Chairanan -Tov move That the 5th Report of t' Committee lie oted

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Wednesday, 28th November, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Jiednesd?l(, 28th l ovedber, 1860. ;- (efore Lieut. Crawford, IN.) Tilliant Jones, seaman belonging to the sliip Eagle was charged withinsubordinateconduct towards the chief officer. ?;? The charge ih this .case ivasiiot pressed, prosecutor not ap pearig CPrisoner was orI dered to ie senit on oard his sliip.:l ý Roderick Morriso, on reinand fronithe previous daytcharged with being, drunk and: disorderlywas, admonished and discharged.,

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Tuesday, 27th November, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Tuesday, 27th November; G86O. (Before Licut.; Cruwford, P. I.) homSriWi0, Wa'llzarn Ep a&Joa W. :Allen rvitiam e e,w? $adTiere, Sebscaearn 1xionging-to thoship-Cail-nee,-apperd-be- fore the, (aurtofl wavrtri'unt chariedtwii liifit in- fduty.; L:On prisonerbeing ednidedp i t'ioffeice; andaPtijeriziogdetermined to 'rsuethe same toursejf! Itif-ied to return to thewriship, s The Bench sentenced them to four iWeeks, hardlabor each. .?.:,--·-, ·=-- ::'? Ro eric. k .forrion, chared with being S and disorder , ivas, emaiided till the fllowg dy, foriedi& rdice, as ewvAs then suffering from delirium trenmens.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

. Dobbin and Alloway, rr o (Successors to Wilamiore, Box, and Fyfe) GRAZIERS, .Tripe and Pok ind BeeT Sausages freshrreFy day, Spiced Beef and German S?ursudesaaiewijy s' n and -J. ..W. HENDERSO-N, STRAND, NORTH WILLIA1MSTOWN, AVE on Sale n quantity of lfrdand Soft Wood SDoors, Sashes, Architraves, Mould-iis, &c Also Bricks; listes, Battens, and every description .uof Building Materials always on hand, at lo*? .prices. 47 .Australasi-anm'ire, Life -& Marine Insur'an. e ;Com. pany:-' . H.ead Office -1 oll of Comtirerce, Melbourne, :W eChair.man : 'Robert err, Esq. J.P. - Vi:e-Chairman: . H. Tnekett, Esq., J.P - - Joseph Sutherland, Es. -s;q`-'ar " "Edward Cohen, Esq.I J:p -James Spoweres, E. Solicitors., '... Muttlebury and BEalleson. , . gent for Williamstown, JAMES, LAWRANCE.. FIRE SIN'URA CE Head Offices '' " . G 6Collins-istreet west, Melbourne.ý=" W illiam Perry, J.P.,?Chairman. :. -;. -AndrewSitherland,J:P. Vicie-Chairmian. Cit, :'500,000.' o tiisbd.ii.ed'nii. &...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, December 1st, 1860 THE NEW MINISTRY AND ITS PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

is . --.. ..- -PROSPECTSa- . i " E wil n1ot joinf in the outcry agiust jthe cw Mi: niistryi'whici is Unow rieverierating ;hroughout the Colofiy, beOhuse we are alto ether op?posed to the. notion that. the coun- M 'ry's;affairs cannot be administered except'by ýi Ir.' Nicholson'or Mr. 'ShanassyMr.. Ebden .s1 r' Mr. Hainei . The best of these is bilt a ril omortal, ,bf. limitid cpwers, and *actuated bynid?tives'hot altogether pure :and ofty: 'to dmit that there is no safetyfor'thie state but ii in their rul.would ,be;jinthe highest degree t humiliating.--wouldibe to accept for ithe Colony a.-very low standard of patriotism and I ntellectuality. - Surely, there, are 'among our .pblic mnTrotlfirs, worthy-to.be entrusted-with thi' administratioiof. di?iLaffairs wmen th6ie raditional inuleri rnwortfilyawiytdraw them selves from'thc arenzia :surely, there aremen t meng nus who hai v not yet takein any plart in 'he Colony's publit c business wiho nuigwith I advant-ebe drawn forth ? i their ...

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A BACCHANAL'S ADDRESS TO HIS BOTTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

.A .ACCHANAL'S AODDRESS TO HIS BOTTLE. - Thou art my foe, and yet I love thee still, ,The fruitful source of worst earthly ill; Thou driaggst me to want and degradation, For thee risk a deathless soul's salvation. Thou threatenest me with an untimely end, A?id.yet I.love thee as my dearest friend; The wife and little ones, whose daily bread Comes fromi the labour of my hand and head, Of them more fond a mortal canmot b)e, -.And yet I rob them for the love of thee. None lovesrmore dear a good man's praise than I, For independence none more deeply sigh. Yet, independence and an honest fame 1 sell for thee with drudgery and shame. And shalt thou rule me till my doom is fixed? And shall my lot with outcasts yet be mixed ? Come, firm resolve,.and manly virtue, save One slave of Bacchus from a drunkard's grave. .'Away with pleasure, if it must be bought With time ill-spent-aheart with angish wrought And all the tortures that the heart must feel -WVhenorasking retospeetibn can't conceal Th...

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

KIANDRA.-It hias been currently reported within the last two days that some Chinamnenf have found a large nugget,. weighing 103oz. ar .l-dwt.bitt tlie truth of the rumour.we cannot O vouich for. :.There is also some mention of am reef lihing been: discovered; the locality of n which at present is not divulged. We have seen some of, the.quirtz.brought from it, and B although nr goldis visible in it ; ie are' in- th formed that upon crushing a smallpiece, some hi 20 specks ofyvery fine gold were found. The 1 party working at the reef, we are told,' could me see gold in the sto?nes. We hope to be able to give mdre paiticiilars in. the course of a few days. Four.leases.have been granted at the Nine-mile, of one acre each, and application has 'beti made for several"others. The news from the-Rocky'is very encouraging, and the, miners are all very busily at work Should the weather continue for a short time favour able, we may expect some excellent returns. The population is estini?ted at 4...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. LADIES BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

'ORDERs OF THE?AEY. "m EES' i3ONEYLrT' SOCiETY. Cr. Courti moved, in accordance with no tie 'iven,'that the Council go into committee to consider the propriety of grainting ' dona tion- to the Williamstown Ladies Benevolent Sbociety.. :" '" " "::i The motion was seconded by Cr. White and carried. Cr. Cour'tis-While discussintg the qluestion of providini emipldyinent for. poor men. some time ago, tbe question was asked "What pro ision:have we mhde for women' aid childrenl" aind the niisier.given, was .that we should ?ind them over to the Ladies' Benevolent So-' ciety who were far :more comietenit thani the Council to take "cre of 'themra'., Since. the CouiiniLwras formed, we have had very little, to-do with one, part of ouir duty,--viz pro viding'for the sickland destiitute,the ladies having: undertaken.the -work:. Their funds now being vTry low, the?y come and ask the guar&itan of the poor for assistance. The re quest is a reasonable one,'and-I hope ithere will.'be no hesita...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, November 27th. 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

!. a~n uiamqnt!? .ntqctie nqCc. j LEGISIATIVE "COUNCIL I e" Tu day, ?.orene&r 27th. 1860. On the motionof Mr.Fellow (who stated formslly that Ministers had resigned, and that their su- a cessors had entered upon the duties of office), the Houeladjourred till Tuesday of next week. I SLEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. * Thuriday, Noi?ember 2th 1860. t Mr. O'Slinassy formally acquainted the House -with the fact that a new Ministry had been chosen ; and, mentioning that -the writswere- made return able on the20tih D-iecember afn'tltiha about that time the usual Christmas holidayswould commencen I moved that the Housq on rising adjourn till Tues- t day, the 3rd of January, 1861. The adjournment. was not for an unusual period, as Mr. Haines, on a siniilar'odcasidi:iadriceived 28 'dy his' successor t 29 days ono:two.occaions,aiid Mr.Nicholson 34. Mr. Heales asked 36 days, i curiiveofthel Christ mi .s holidays;':.''" "' . . . . ' . Mr. Ebden seconled the motion. ' -Mr.; Svice proposed, as an am...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

o: ' vember 23:.'crtbry ,trhs?., Barker; from Hoel "'r Towh 13th inst.; -Uerehire, ship, wiiams, from Li"r-b September i B; clvetia, Oldenbeig barque,: ._Thirader- from -Haong ]song -Auggast26 ; SwalloW '- chfronm Port Frederick; V. 11 Dean ebr., from . S latiif ?on ; "hscces, schr., from cpast. s - S. rovember 24.Oscar, istr. TrApp,. from Adelaide --'istenmst:;.-Elmpres,.oe.the Seas. sihl??rai?" from ifron Liverpool, .Anrugt 23; Calliance. ship. Brown,.. -f .im London August 2'; Belleof the West, American: o uip, Hcases, from Bo'ston; 'alsette, str., 2dethven,' 'fram ;Sydney 22nd inst.'; tia'to, barque,' Currie, 'V f.:m Adelaide 17th inst.; Carl, Danish brig. Han Widnv fiomnauritius10thOctober; Wili WDave, schr, .inithli frouiHiobat Towni 1th instu; Chantillon,. tl rrcnch ship, Bouain from Calcuttta 5th September;: i?'oen, str., I:oims,Jrom Portland'Bay.. . : 9 November 25.-Picard, schr., Grigg, fm Hobart l'owh 18th inst; -lebei, Amerissn barque, Bigelow; , '-fom Sah :Francisco -16...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

Williamstown Naval Birigade., HE Drills of the WiiUiamstow Company of the abovie Corps, will take place as follow during the current month (December) i Saturday, 1st inst. at 7 p.m., Athemie im. Tuesday, 4th ,, ,, - ttery.' , Thursday, 6th .,,. ,, Atbensanm. S Tuesday, 11th ,, ,, ? attery. - - '.': Thursday, 13th, .. . , A~teriiiml Tue. usdsy. 18th -+" -. Saturday, 22nd ,,.- , Athenamum. r .. Tuesday, 25th ,, ,,:,::attery. ,:Thursdy, 27th , ;.. ,Athenmu'm.' :?reat gun drill on board the'B1 kship on --;==-: " S Mondaiys, t 6 a.m. Fridays, at 4 p.m. .Saturdays ,, 3 p.m. .By order, M. J. S. MACRENZIE, Ion. Secy. >J 4William? town Rine -Corzps.,. -A SPECIL DRILL e CIcpf will take ,Ai. place at 5.30 a.sn., on Monday the 3rd inst., at which every member is expected to be present. '=,-Members are particularly requested to assemnible :it:the Drill Room at 1 p.m. preciseljr on the same :day. (Monday) for the purpose of proceeding to Mel bourne, and taking part in the Review to be held on....

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Accidents and Anquests. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

D..]EATH FROM BBURNING.-A elacucholy b case of this kind occurred on Tuesdaylastrat Elysian n Flat, toa fine child tiiw:and a half years old, son of 1 M:ir. W; :Atkinsdon :It'apears'that during the em- st porary absencd of his father the 'deceLsed and ihis brother, aged fouryears, obtainedabox of matchs,' n and, .inlightiig some, set fire to the deceased's K clothes, who wks so severely burned that death n ensued two hours. afterwards. -'The unfortunate father, who had.been looking for a horse, observed A on his return a smoking mass near his house, and tl knowing the fire'had :been' carefully extinguished, b he-ran forward, and to his horror found ittoliethe child. What renders the case more distressing is, ci that on.this.day the mother had gone on a risit to a: :Sandhlirst; being the only.day.of her leaving home tl since. their.residence on theFlat:. An inquest was i held by Dr..,ltoche, :and a -verdict in accordance S with the above facts-returned.-Sandhurat Bee, ' November 26:....

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

S..;.ICALSOCIETY's ENTETAlK E T.-. he Williamstown Musical Society gave a concert in ?he hall of the Mechanics' Institut; 'bi the evening of Thiursday last;... The" building was filled td over flowing, most .of the aotabilities of the'to'wn beig presentiandthe Society mitfiing hetwenhthirty and forty strong. In accordance"?ith"the- pro - Sraugnme t?e. entertainmenit 'mmened! ~y the So uietv,asinging a very sweet: glee",ttitled "AWake, Lx&i Lyrc,"'composed byJohn" Danysdi fr-barck as 1783. Mrr. Iorgan; Who wag i i-ery6gooen i?itse, aA., be-.ivell-kn0wn ong-i'Ki-tt 'Tre"l with coisideriblq taste. ,Messrs. Sith a Ian" Lamont followedin the duet 1.O Albion,"-being desei?vedly ~ipplauded?::lr ._. W--. "Inglis interspersed, the Svening's anmsement by reading a very choice i tract.from a tale from Blackwood. "The British buiit Seventy-four}' was the .name of. a fino:song sudg by Mr. Smith in excellent style. . Lord Morn ington's glee; Here ini Cool Grot," wag next ex ceedingly.well...

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MUNICIPAL COURT. Tuesday, 27th November, 1860. (Before T. Mason, and J. K. Freyer, Esqs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 December 1860

. MUNICIPAL COURT. TShesday, 127d .orvenber, i1860. (Befoie T. Mason, and, J . {. Freer, Esqs, Several case in,: .m , ' hei i Municipal 'Council pr osectedpesois, for. non-payrieat of .theiorates, were:heard an disposed bf '' ,+' No:other business before lie couir

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