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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 28 February 1857

.-Municlpaiity of WIlllamstown., - Annual Election. TN terms of the 18th Victoria, No. 15, section 19, I , hereby convene a Public leeting of. the Rate payers,, fo the purpose of Electing Three -Menbers of Council to serve in Ihe place of the three who re tire.by'rotation at the' expiration of- thecurrent * mutiRpal'year,-;viz.,Daviid Purdie ,laolecn, James hloaiim;;anid Richard Laingford, such meeting to be held iri the Atheneum, LittleNelon-street, on Thurs day;'the 2nd day of April, 1857, at the hour of Eight of theclock of that day. Should'ther' be more candidates than vacancies, a show of hands will be taken for each candidate; and % . * the three jersons in whose favdr the show of hands drmnietci d s5,ai oil e eens a po . aSraire5od.t. bii. me-r-li- or the Municipnl Ccuncil accordingy, unn less any candidate, or six rate-payers shall thereupon dissent from such decision, and -shall demand a poll. in which case a poll will be held on the following day (Friday). the 3rd day of A...

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Municipality of Williamstown. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 28 February 1857

Municipality of: Williamstown. BYe-Law No. 14.-FOR LICENS?N? A OD REGULATI?N 3BoaaEi, PunBLI CA.O IERS OR CaBTERS, AND TVATER CARBIERS. In conformity "with the provisions of the Act of Council 18 Victoria No. 14, intituled, "An Act to provide for the managemnt of Towns and other places in Victoria," and Eith the provisions of the Act of Council 18 Victoria No. 15, intituled "'An Act for the establishment of Municipal Institutiopr in Victoria." TR F.tEREAS it is expedient and necessary to VT license and regulate all persons plying for hire within the municipal district of Williamstown, whether as boatmen, or public carriers or carters, or water carriers: -1. Be it therefoib ordered and directed by the council of the municipal district of Williamstown that from and after the date of this bye-law receiv ing the assent of His Excellency the Governor pur. suant to the 18th Victoria No. 15, seec. 33, &c., that if any person shall ply or work for hire within the jurisdiction of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 28 February 1857

WILLIAflISTOWN DISPENSARY, Thrcmpson-streeL X"Chemist and Druggiat' . .) EGS to infonrm his friends an -the public gene. S rally that he has just received a fresh supply of genuine drugs, chemical and patent mediciners of every description, and trusts by care end attention to the requirements of his customers to merit a continu ance of their favours so liberally bestowed upon him. Benson's antibilious pills, are a safe, mild; and effcacious. remedy for both sexes; being purely vegetable, are particularly adapted for ladies' during the time of pregnancy, in boxes, Is. and 2s. eich. " Beison's concentrated essence of Chamomile and Ginger, a never failing core for heart-burn, lOss of appetite; flatulence. dc., in bottles, 3S. 6d. and s. - Bensons Worm Powders,'totally eradicate worms of every class, :from plarties of any age, in packets, ds. Paries cain have thec forewarded to them by Post. i:iinmediately' on receipt of a letter, .stating age. &c. Teethxtreacted wiitth e greate...

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A. MUNICIPALITY OF WILLIAMSTOWN. Application for a Boatman's and Boat License: Williamstown. day of 185: [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 28 February 1857

Municipality of Williamstown   Application for a Boatman and Boatman's License. Williamstown. - dayof- - 185 : To the worshipful the chairman and other the coun cillors of the municipal district of Williamstown: GENTLEMEN,-In conformity with the provisions of     bye-Law No. 14$I f the municipalcouncil of WVillliams town, I hereby apply for a license authorising me to ply for hire with my boat named the (here state name of the boat) at any appointed ferry, wharf or landing place within or abuttiug upon the boundaries of the municipal district of Williamstown, at the rateand fares and under the reg~lations which now are or may from time to time be fised and constituted by the Council of the said municipal district (Signature ofApplicant) (Residenee) street. Certifeatrcs. . .We. the undersiged, being six householders of Williamstown, do certify that we know (here state name of Applicant) and believe him to be a fit and proper person to hold a lic...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

To Correspondents. WILLL ISTOWO.-1Y'nb ommunication has lecn mis laid. As however the individual to whom von referred has since left the Colony, wce tih it wod/d be well to lake no ndtice of the circumstance rwhich tookplace previous to his departure. L.-I/you are a rcmbcr of the Athcncgum, you will find halt thie quions On tained il your letter were answered in the remarks that were made at the nmceting last Tuesdayevenig?. Tv agree with yotu that itis highly necessary the Committee should keep an eye to the expenditure; but, urpto the?resent time, we really can see nothing in the management w.hicL has the least appearance of "cxltravcgancc.' R err-ing to your private note, te have reason to bedieve that the name attached to it is an aszttnmed one ; and as this is not the first lime'we have been deceived in a 'similar manner, we lmay take this uilt svore~s *n that the next individual Wc ogathe? agreeable to him. Our colns u, ~ ty times open to eorrespondents to express themselvcs f...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

TnHE MuNIrcrAL COUNcIL L.o:.-The negoti ations which had been going on for nearly four months between the Blank of Australasia and the DMuucipal Council of Williamstown for a loanl of £5000 haviung terminated somewhat abruptly, the latter applied, on Monday lust, to the manager of the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank for the above sumn on the same terms as those offered to the Bank of Australasia. The offer was acepted without hesi tation ; and witlhin four days of the time of appli cation the docmuents were prepared, signed and de liverel, and the money Imid.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

Xl itcshll eoll.q. MIns. PARTIrCTON"s VIEW OF T?rPR.IL.aNCE. "Intemperance," said 'Mrs. Parlthgton, solennly, with a rich emotion in her tone, like an after-dinner peech, :at the same ltime bringing her hand containing the snufl' she had just brought from the box dlown upon her-knee, while Lion, with a violent sneeze, walked away to another part of the room-" Intem perance is a monster with a good many heads, and creeps into the bosoms of families like anycond: or an allegator, andle dstroy its peace and happiness for -ever. But, thank Heaven ! a new crie has dawned upon the world, and soon the hydra-headed monster will be overtrnled. Isn't it atrange that men will put enemies into their mouths to steal away theirheads ?" we asked innocently. "If it is,"she replied with the same old argmuent, "it is so small a one that Provi dence won't take no notice of it, and besides, my oil factories would miss it so." Ah i kiinl old licart, it was the dnmkard's argumnent; and hle who casts ston...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

IMPORTANT N-OTICE. B. CU.LL EY T'EGS to inform his Friends and the Public gene .) rally that he has lately purchased an immense quantity of new and useful Goods, at a consider able discount, and will be sold as bargains as under. Drapery. -Domestic Calicos, 2Dr1d. 1. ld. Superfine Longcloth do. l. GI. S Linen shirtings, (all linen) Sid. 10.d. S ,,. hetingsall widths , , Table cloths all sizes All Wool Flannels, . lid. Superfine do. in Welsh & Saxony, Id. Blankets, (per pair) 8s 6d. 9s. Gd. Extra superfine double Batl do. in all sizes Colored Window Blinds, at English prices Printed Druggets, green baize, &c. do. Crumb or Carpet Cloths Oil Baizes for Table Covers In. Is. G6. Is. Od, Hosiery, Gloves, Stays, &c. Ladies' white cotton hose Gd. 7d. i8d. 10d. ,, super. do. Is. Od. Is. 3d. Is. Gd. ,, openfroctorlaccdo ls.0d.Is.1d. ls.Gd ,, Black silk do. s. Ga. 5s. Od. 5s. Gd. ,, spun do. 4s. Od. Childrens Socks .in every size and quality, at the lowest Melbourne pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

Colony of Vitoria. Electoral District of Wiiliamstown. :A: A BSTIIACT of Account specifying thc total .- i amount of the Expcnses incurred and paid by or: on behalf of John Fitzgerahl Leslie Foster, : :Esquirc, tihe oidy candidate, and who was lected to serve as a-Mcmbcr of the Legislative Assnembly, of Sthe.Colonyof Victoria, for the. Electoral District of ?illiamstown, on the 17th day of September, 1850. Paid 11. Taverner, for Commit- Correct £10 1 0 tee Room,.- Correct b 1 12 0 SDo. . Armstrong, fordo Do. 14 14 0 ' .Do.:E.,-lgar Ray, advertisinga ?a; . pr inting. Do 8 1e 151-0 'Do Mr- Vcrdon mSoncypaid by. ~n- .? -% . Do.' 6 12 0 Do StpENDERS for the prorng ofnd • o Steamer and Catermen's oats, wilDol b reonnived at this non,dofice untDo 4 -4on Monday, the B VAUGHAMarchN, Election Auitor forthe applyistrit ofthe ofliceto JOSEPH WARD, Sdcretary.l ,_ 3 , __ all Trsffics from the Bailway PiTer to iobsona's Bay, with 'a Steamer and lowest prien Applts will h? received at this office ...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, March 7th. THE CHANGE OF MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWYN, SaturdaJ, March 7th. THE CHANGE OF MINISTRY. VWHILE we were engaged last week in spe culating upon the chances in favor of the crippled Haines Government retaining its position for any length of time, and upon the verdict which would be pronounced upon it by the country when it had been obliged to give up the reins of power, schemes, as it now apm pears, were being matured to bring about its overthrow., Those were put into execution on Tuesday, and proved successful: a vote of want of confidence was proposed by Mr. O'Shanassy, was discussed for eight hours, and was carried by a majority of 29 votes against 23; every member of the House be ing present, save one, who was absent on leave. On the result of the division being made known, Mr. Haines informed the House that it was his intention to tender his resignation on the following day; On Wednesday, when the House again met Mr. Haines announced that he had waited upon the Governor and had tendered the resign...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

Notice ! D? RAPERY.-IReady-midc Clothing. and Boots S and Shoes cheaper thon any other houso. in jWilliamotown. At TIIOS. MASON'S; opposite the *Old Pier. tf IMPORTANT NOTICE. filOS. MASON. thinkiing it unnecessary to take S up tlhe time of the public by unseemly, long, and tedious price advertisements, would inform them that he can supply them with every article at even ,lower prices than those named by other houses in the trade ; but would further advise the public not to be -led awny with advertised rubbish. tf Boots. Boots. Boots. M EN'S LACE-UPS, 1Watertights. and Blnchers ML very strong and Colonial-made, suitable for ;parties engaged on the Public Works and Quarrymen in Willinunstoivu, to be had btter qualityand cheaper thln any other house in Williamstown, at THUS. I3ASON'S, opposite the Old Pier. to r|I RANSLATIONS.-Spanish and French Powers I .of-attorney, Ships' Manifests, Correspondence, Documents, and General Literature, Translated on *reasonable terni by the Proprietor...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

TILr.caLLY AT LAnGE.-William Macgilire, a Ia borer, appeared at this Court, on lMonday last, to answer a complaint preferred against him by Detec tive White, of being a prisoner of the Crown illegally at large. There being no evidence in support of the clesrge, the prisoner was dismissed from custody.- 1 Two young females, not altogether of the most respec table appearance, ans werin to le to names o! Atn Oussfe and ýIra.-.' - rr'_n - -wsce brengnt up at this Court on Tuesday, by Doe tective White, charged with being prisoners.of the Crown illegally at large. The girls were apprehended on board the Monarch, on her arrival from Sydney. The ease against Ousley being fully proved, she was ordered to be sent back to New South Wales. There being no evidence against tlio other prisoner, she was set at liberty. IAn? KG wHrnolrW A LrTSc?s-Davcd Bcnjamin appeared at this Court, on Tuesday, to answer the complaint of ilr. M. Suffren, of hawking without a license, and was fined twenty shilling...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

T"IE BLASTI.G OF ROCK AT THE RAILWAY BRID?E. -We find that a difficulty has arisen between the tmunicipal Council and Mlesrs. Pearce and Dalzeil, Q uoo.rnc-t . ot , t c? c ovculVcn c. patent llr, con, cerning the blasting oe rock near the railway bridge at the head of Thompson-street. It appears that some parties living in the immediate vicinity of the quarry having made complaints to the authorities re specting the manner in which the blasting opera tions had been conducted, the Council, acting upon these complaints, had suddenly withdrawn the con tractors' license; Owing to this movement the works were suspended for three days, during which Messrs. Perceo and Dalzeil made known the facts of the case to the Government, which resulted in a commuItiia tion from the Commissioner of Public Works to the 11 unicipal Council requesting flintha the license might be renewed. After some cxplanations the request of Captain Pasley was complied with, it beingintimated at the same time that the ...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, February 26th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 March 1857

Williamstown Municipal Council. 1 Thursday, Februaryj 26th, 1857. : tioi cii Present-The' Chairiian,-Councillors Arm- by strong, Langford; Stewart, Verdoni, Mox- nu ham, and Maclean. . the The minutes of the previous meeting were wil read and confirmed. ele The following letters, addressed by the 18 Chairman,; were read, viz :--To the Hon. an the Chief Secretary, enclosing Bye-law No. p6 17, "To prevent goats being at large within thi the Municipal District of Williamstown," for Cl the assent of His Excellency ;the Governor ad and for publication; to the Manager of the lo, Bank of Australasia;requiesting to be informed upon what day the mortgage deed uinder pr course" of'preparation by the Bank Solicitors , to be executed to the Bank.by the Council to would be ready for completion; t l the Hon. th the Chief Secretary,;pointing out .a typogra- , phical error in the publication of Bye-law No. C 14, in- the 16th :numberi of the Government lc Ga-elte; to -the :Chairmen of the several b,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

"-$lPORTANT NOTICE. B. CU.LLEY BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public gene rally tllat he has lately purchased an immense quantity of new and useful Goods, at a consider. able disjount, and will be sold as bargains as under. S Drapery. Domestic Ca'lloDe 2(d. 3e1. 4d. Superfine Lonseloth do. Ld. Gd. . inen shirtings, (all linen) 8id. 10.d. ,, ,, Sheetings all widths ,. Table cloths all sizes .All Wool Flannels. 11d. Superfine do. in Velsh & Saxony, I Id. Blankets, (per pair) 8s 11. Os. Cd. Extra superfine double Bath do. in all sizes Colored Window Blinds, at English prices Printed Druggets, green baize, &ce. do. Crumb or Carpet Cloths Oil Baizes for Table Covers Is. Is. Gd. Is. od, Hosiery, Gloves, Stays, &o. Ladies' white cotton hose Od. Yd. S.d. 10d. ,, super. do. Is. oid. Is. 3d. Is. Gd. ... . open frontorlacedo ls.0d. ls.lI d. is. 6d Black silk do. 4s. 6d. 5s. Od. so. Od. i, spun do. 4s. Od. Childrens Socks in every size and quality, at the lowest Melb...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, March 14th. THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

CHRONICLE. JVILLIA .1STO N? , Saturday, March 14th. THE NEW MINISTRY. Mr. O'Shamussy...... Chief Secretary and Premier, Mr. Foster.......... Treasurer. Ir. forn fC........ Clief Commissioner of rub r. 01o1 . . . t.ie Lands. . .Chicf Commisstofcr of Pnubio I 1r. DufSy'........ - Wonirks. r. Greeves...... Chief Commissioner of Trade r. Gros . .. ( and Customs. Mr. Chapman...... Attorney-General. hMr. Wood.......... Solicitor-Generl. AFTER four days and nights of incessant care and diligent labor, Mr. O'Shanassy succeed ed, on Saturday last, in completing a list of six gentlemen willing to govern the country under his chieftainship. The list was submitted to His Excellency the Governor the same afternoon, and approved of; on Tuesday it was submitted to tihe House of Assembly with a long, labored, and half-apologetic ex planation: and on Wednesday the gentlemen were sworn in to their respective oftices, and the fact announced in a Goucrnment Gazette extraordinary. The country is by no m...

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MR. FOSTER AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

MI1. FOSTER AT WILLIAMISTOwVN. In compliance with a requisition addressed to the Chairman of the Municipal Council. a meeting of the friends of Mr. Foster was held last evening at the Athesneum, at which Mr..Mason, J. P., presided. This mecting was decidedly the largest and most in fluential we have ever seen assembled for political purposes in Williamstown. p lr. FOSTER addressed the electors at consider able length, advertingin the course of his speech to the circumstances which had led to the necessity.for his being at that time before them. lie described the motives by which he had been actuated during the late Mlinisterisi crisis, and proceeded to justifly himself in the course he had taken in voting'against the late M'inisters on the occasion which had pro duced their resignation, and in taking office as a member of the present Government. At this portion of his address SMr. Foster was partiEularly effective, and received considerablo applause. He then allu ded to lockt topics...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

BIRTH. On the 14th March, at Williamstown, the wife of Mr. Wm. G. WHAMOND, of a son, all doing well.    

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THE COMING MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

THE COMING MUNICIPAL ELEC TION. WE are fast hastening towards the close of the first year 'of our municipal 'existence, and in a feiv il das the inhabitants. of Williams town will be called upon to elect their repre sentatives to fill the seats of Messrs. Maclean, -Moxham, and Langtbrd, who are' about to retire from the Council, in compliance with the . terms of the Municipal Act. For this purpose, a meeting of ratepayers will be held on the 2nd of April next, and, in' the event of a contest,, the polling will commence and ter minate on the following day: it is therefore necessary that those gentlemen who intend coming forward as` candidates for \municipal honors should lose no time in doing so. With reference to the retiring members, we are given to understand that Dr. Maclean and DIr. AMoxham do not intend to present them selves for re-election, but that Captain-Lang ford will have no objection to serve another year or two, if required. It is not our in tention at present to enter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 March 1857

FOU~;iDRL HOTEL, King Street, Melbourne, CORNEIPR OF FLINDERS-LANE WEST. / William Whitmore, Proprietor. Good Wines and Liquors of every description. 13 rT]IlE: present charges, for Livery, &c., at 1 Tattersall's are: Livery and two feeds .. 7s. Od. Bait .. .. .. 3. Od. Stand, with hay .. 2s. fd. Carriages, Buggies, Dog and Spting and De :livery Carts on Sale on Commission. 12 WILLIAMSTOWN DISPEINSARY, Thempson-street. THOMAS G. BENSON, Chemist and Druggist, B?EGS to inform his friends and the public gene .) rally that he has just received a fresh supply of genuine drugs, chemical and patent medicines of "every description, and trusts by care and attention to the requirements of his customers to merit a cnntinu ance of their favours so liberally bestowed upon him. Ilenson's antibilious pills, are a safe, mild, and efficacious remedy for both sexes; being purely vegetable, are particularly adapted for ladies' during the time of pregnancy, in boxes, Is. and 2s. each. Bensonos ...

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