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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 April 1857

TEETOTALISM3.-The Aberdeen Hearld states that the principal temperance hotels in hatbslE-ii-?ve e-:beein- conviatedt of -selling spirits, &c., withonta?license. *RATES OF EICHANGE. nILL PUncnasAED . On Lnndon,30 days sight On T.unceston, ao.,l do. par Adelaide, do., I do. -Sydney, 15 do, 'dis' Auckland, do.. 2 do. Bathurst, do., 1 do. We\llington, do de Goulbiirn, do., I do. Ly 1ttelton, do.. do. ' risbane, do.. I do. Portland. do , do. IlobartTownn, do., I do. Geelong. 3 do., j do. DnTsr ISSUT.o . On London, 30 dayssight, Onl Wellington, do., do. 2 percent. pren. Lyttelton,do.; do. Sydney. sight,. I prerm. Portland, sight; } do. "lathurst, do.; do. * Geelong,. do., j do. Godulburn, do., do. SNeW York. 30 days B risbane. do., do. sight, 3 do. H' Iobart ''oI'n, do.. do. lnaliax,. do.; 4 do. Launceston. do., do. lMontreal. do., do. Adelaide, do., do.. Quebec, do., ,do. Auekland, do., 2 do. ON SALE, BhY THE U N D E.R S IGNE D, sJ) Wrra-Port :Sherry S.lHock Claret Brandy. Rum - ...

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RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.-T- he following statistical information has been gathered from the late Census returns for Williamstown: Church of England 16049 Chapel of Denmark. 1 Roman Catholics... 644 Unitarian ............ 2 Baptists ....... 59 Protestants............ 94 Particular Baptists 5 Catholics............... 83 Presbyterians ...... 68 No Denomination... 10 United do...... 53 Moravian ............ 2 Congregationalists. 3 Catholic& Apostolic 7 CalvanisticMethodists 7 Universalist ........ 1 Wesleyan do. ...... 203 Deist .................. 1 Independents ...... 75 Mussulman ......... 1 Free Ch. Scotland. 266 Mahomedan ....... 1 Church of Scotland 253 Lutherian ......... 10 Total...... 3,536 Free Presbyterians IS - THE PROCEEDS OF TIIE LATE WORKING EEN's DINNER.-- W are re quested to ac knowledge the receipt of £3 2s. Gd., the balance of the proceeds of the late Working Men's Dinner, by Mrs. Ferguson, the Secretary ofthe Williamstown Ladies' Benevo lent Society. The ladies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

IMlPORTANT INOTICE. B. CULLEY B EGS to inform his Friends and the Public'gene rally that hle 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. Donmestic Calico., 2Drp 3yd. 4d. Superlino Longcloth do. . d. id. ,, Linen shirtings, (all linen) Sd. 10S d. ,, Shetines all widths ,, T.ablecloths all sizes All Wool Flannels, lid. Superfine do. in Welsh & Saxony, l d. Blankets,. (per pair) 8s Gd. Ds. Od. Extra superfine double Bath do. in all sizes Colored Window Blinds, at English prices Printed Druggets, green baize, &c. do. Crmnb or Carpet Cloths Oil'Baizes for Table Corvers I. Is. 6d.: s. Od, Hosiery, Gloves, Stays, &c. Ladies' white cotton hose G.d. dd; S d. 10, ,, ,, super. do. .Is. d. Is. 3d.. Is. Gd ,, _oponfrontorlacedo Is.Od. is:ld.1 sGd ,; Black silk do. - 4s. Gd. 's'. Od. is. Gd. spun, spndo. .,. 4s. Gd...- " " ti t h--So"-ts in; 'dc ry a- tnta mldqu?Hcty, the, l:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

Munnicipality of wiliaistowi. ' - "Contracts to Let. TENDERS are invited for the following works, S- ~., Contract No. 20, Foiming and Shell metalling the Patl on'both sides of Cox's-gardens'. Contract No. 27, Forming and Shell-metalling the Path on both sides of Dover-place; 'fr6in Stevedore street to"the end of the hoises.: Contract 28, con tinuation'of the Pathin Douglas-parade, from Yarra street.to opposite the end of Sir. Ldaighorie's fence, and setting a cossing o-6 Yaria-street. - Contract for setting kerb-stone and.pitching channels where re quired.ý ?:The Tenders must be delivered (addressed to the Chairmam of the Public Works Committee) at the Council Clambers? on or before four o'clock, p.m., - "'the Council.Chambers.*'; - '* Bj orler. JOHN REESS Torwn ClerkI 'Council Chambers, .Villiamstown, -: :24th April, 1857. " - o Mufnicipality of Wiiliaistown. Town Clerk:. PERSONS 'desirous t6 lundertake the duties of . this office are requested to send iii their letters of applicat...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, April 16th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Verdon, Stewart, Fyfe, Jones, Armstrong, and Langhorne. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

Wfllamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, April 16th, 1857. Present-The Chairman, Councillors Verdon, Stewart, Fyfe, Jories, Armstrong, and Langhorne. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. and confirmed. Letters, addressed by the Chairman, were read as follows :-1. To the Hon. the Chief Secretary, acquainting him with the proceed ings taker, by the Chairman, in accordance with the provisions of the i\Iunicipal Institu tions Act,- in holding the annual election of Councillors for this district to serve in the place of those Councillors who had retired by -otation, and that such election had resulted Henry Jones, Esq., Villiam Stuartyfe, ]sq." as. members of this Council; 2.-To James Conroy, _ Esq.,' requesting to be 'informed "whether lie was prepared to re-let to the Council:the Chambers now occupied by them in Thompson-street for a period of -one year, to commence from the 1st May next; and if so, upon what terms. A letter, addressed to the Chairman, from the Hon. the Commi...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, April 25th. ANOTHER MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

COH RON ICLE. IVILLIAM1STO WTN, Saturday, April 25th. ANOTHER- MINISTERIAL CRISIS. IT would seemntliit the onward march of time is doomed to impose on us as regularly as Friday afternoon comes rcund the task of re cording and commenting upon another, and still another Ministerial Crisis. One week the crisis is threatened; another, and it is imminent; a third, and it is accomplished. Crises possible, crises certain, and crises ex istent, are the topics which week after week we are called upon to discuss. The public affairs of the country revolve in a circle, and weelor so we find ourselves once more at the same point. The debate on the motion affirming want of confidence in Mr. O'Shanassy's Administra tion came to a conclusion on Thursday morn ing at seven o'clock, at which hour the House divided, thirty-four members voting for the motion, and nineteen against it. Nothing could be more conclusive than was the issue of this great party fight. A clear majority of the whole House, thoug...

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Wednesday, April 22nd. Present—Councillors Stewart, Fyfe, Verdon, Armstrong, Langhorne, and Jones. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

Wednenesday, April 22nd. Present-Councillors Stewart, Fyfe, Verdon, Armstrong, Langhorne, and Jones. In the absence of the Chairman, Councillor Stewart was called upon to preside. Letters, addressed to the Chairman, were reod n`f.ollo. r:-1 :Fron. Mr- w.-C. C in Tigsth essessor ort-eem unsci?aia y-anr-eu last year, requesting the Council to award him such settlement for his valuations as might be considered reasonable and just; 2. From the Hon. the Commissioner of the Department of Crown Lands and Survey, in reply, stating that the boundaries of the streets lately marked out in the municipality of Williamstown shall be permanently defined by posts, &c., if such course received the approbation of the Go. vernment; 3. From Mr. Christopher Thorpe, in reference to his appointment as Rate Col lector, and to the sureties required by the Council for the due performance of his duties. With respect to the communication of Mr. Thorpe, the Town Clerk was directed to in form him that he...

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PUBLIC DINNER TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

-PUBLIC DINNER TO THE CIAIRMAAN OP . TITE WILLlAMISTOW N1 MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ratepayers of Wiliamnstown gave Mr. Mason an entertainment, to which his colleagues also were invited, son Trshursday evening, the 23rd inst., at the Athenteum, to mark their approbation of his valuable services as Chairman of the Municipality during the first year of its existence. The chair was occupied most efficiently by our highly-respected fellow-towns man, Capt. Burrell, who was ably supported by J. V. L. Foster, Esq., M.L.A., the Rev. Dr. Geoghegan, the existing and ex-membhers of the Municipal Coun cil, and a large number of the elcit of Willimnstown. After an excellent relpast, supplied by Mr. Terry, the usual loyal toasts wetre given and responded to with enthusiasm. An efficient band tended to pro smote the vivacity and harmony that characterised the evening. The toast of the occasion, " The health of Mr. Mason," was received with thunders of applause. Mr. Mason, in reply, thanked the compan...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

, t·imilasus.d COs'UaDRUMS Fon TurE Fooiisu.-Why do little ducks put their heads under water, and wliy do they sit on the bank afterwards ? D'ye give it up? Of course you do., Well then I'll tell you. : They go under wa'er for divers' reasons, aiid sit on the bank from sun-dry mo tives. '..Oh.! .o.h!, oti' .. Quack! Quack! Quack! LEARNIsoNG I CALIFoRNIA.--One day at dinier,' I was late-at table; and-found her sit ting ' ith a lady friend and.one or two others. Slie has telling a friend that: she had been " dreadfully dissappointed' within.a few days. She had heard from an acquaintaince at home whom she had been expecting out here, and he was going to England instead. "You see," she said, "' he's an Englishman, and has been the Queen's best friend afore he come to nMeri ky, but when the Ingins drove her off her throne, she advised him to come to Missouri; and now the Ingins'has been beat, and she'sgot back, so she wrote for him and he's gone." " My gracious," said the astonished audi...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

W i11ianmstatun uolice GI ourt. AN AMIABLE CouPLE.--Thomas and lar naret Baskerville, an aged couple residing in North Williamstown, were brought up at this Court, on Monday, on the charge of using ob scene and indecent language, contrary to the Act 16 Vict., No. 22, sec. 5. It appears that the defendants had for a long time previous been the cause of much annoyance to the neighborhood in which they lived from the constant uproar they made, and although re peatedly admonished it was all to no purpose; Mr. and Mrs.. Baskerville would get drunk and be quarrelsome in spite of any one. The Bench convicted each of the defendants in a fine of £10, or, in default of payment, the hus band to one month's hard labor in gaol, and Margaret" to fourteen days' imprisonment. Not-being able to raise the needful, the worthy pair proceeded under escort to Mel bourne. USING OBSCENE LANGUAGE.-JOhn Brad shaw, a licensed publican of Williamstown, appeared at this Court, on Friday last, charged with uisin...

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WILLIAMSTOWN LICENSING SESSIONS. Wednesday, April 22nd. PUBLICANS LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

WILLIAMSTOWN LICENSING SESSIONS. Wednesday, April 22nd. PUBLICANS' LICENSES. The following applications were disposed of: James Armstrong, Victoria Inn, granted. Mark Barnes, Green Man Hotel, do. William C. Billings, Builders' Arms, do. John Bradshaw, Harp of Erin, postponed for eight days. James Bunting, Guiding Star, granted. Martin Cantwell, Royal Hotel, do. Joshua Clare, Commercial Hotel, do. John Croker, Hotham Arms, do. George Gallpen, Albion Hotel, do. William Henry Hennah, Rainbow hotel, do. Rody Larkins, Union Hotel, do. William Leach, Ship Inn, do. Charles Miller, Napier hotel, do. John Murdoch, Marine Hotel, do., house to be kept open until ten, p.m., only. Edward Quigley, Prince Albert Hotel, granted. John Rees, Steampacket Hotel, do. Joseph Soden, Barkly Arms, postponed for eight days. Henry Taverner, Pier Hotel, granted. BILLIARD LICENSE. John Murdoch, Marine Hotel, granted. PACKET LICENSE. William Carder, Comet steamer, granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 April 1857

Died, On the 24th inst., at Iteculvers, ~Williamstown, SoranA JOSEPHINE, second daughter of A. G. Bran ford, Esq., H.M.C., aged fifteen months. ON SALE, BY TIIE UNDERSIGNED, WIVEs--Port Sherry Hock Claret Ginger SrPIrars-IT ollaids Stomach bitters PORTER--. ALES GR ocE?r-Sugar, Tea Coffee, Cocoa Flour, Rice Ham, Bacon Oatmeal, Barley Sahnon. Lobsters Ling, Oysters Herrings, Sardines Butter, Cheese P1RO' rCE--Hay, Oats Bran, Wheat Aaize, Gramn A superior'assortment New Garden Seeds Holloware Crockery Hardware -Quantities of the above delivered to order, within six miles of Williamstown, by YOUNG & CO., Nelson-parade. Agents for the Melbourne Mutual Fire Assurance Association. WILLIAMSTOWN DISPENSARY, Thcmpson-streel. - THOMAS G. BENSON, Chemist and Druggist. B EGS. to inform his friends and the public genc S.rally that he.has just received a fresh supply of genuine drugs, chemical and patent medicinms of every description, and trusts by care and attention to the requirements ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

NOTICE To ADrERTeSi a.-We should feel greatly 'obliged if advertisers, wh o'can make it convenient to forward their orders inthe early part of the week would lose no time in doing so. Hitherto we have beeoput tomuchinconvenience ion account oftheato hour at which advertisements, have arrived, and if thii could be avoided, or partially so, our arrange, inents would be greatly facilitated.

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, May 2nd. THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

GI R OF I: C `Z; . WrILLIAISTOWTiV, Saturday, May nd. TrHE NEB: MINISTRY: Mr. Haies ....Prm . Mr. Ebden.....Treasurer. , o_. Mrr. M'Oulloch:...commissioIne of Tdes Custaos Mr. "oorre .I ?. Presidest Ciowi Lsids ni d Public : " , ? TWorlk Boird. Mr. Mitcbhell....Postaster General. afr. 1uichie .; :'. Attorney Geieral " Mr. Fellows i.....Solicitor Generui. Suci are thl:men whom pIarliamnentary action has given "Sir Henry Barkly as-responsible advisers, and the country as rulers. The list is an imposing one.. The gentlemen are all of respectable 'standing' in the community; someof the?i occupy the very highest places, -in the commercial world, in professional life, and in the social scale. lM'r. M'Culloch is a. partner in the commercial house of Dennistoun Brothers, than which 'there are few greater iri the world; rl. Michie and Mr. Fellows divide between them the leadership of the Victorian bar, and possess natural abilities and acquired knowledge that would win for them.fame'and fort...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

MiR. FosTER?-Some of our readers take exception at a remark that fell from us last week in reference to our representative. In treating of the great struggle which eventuated in the overthrow of the O'Shanassy Adminis tration, we said that we did not approve of Mir. Foster's conduct during the present ses sion'of Parliament. Were this gentleman still Treasurer of the Colony we would have less reluctance in making out a case in justification of our remark, but under existing circumn stances it is an unpleasing task to say anything in disparagement of him or any other member of the defeated party. We will content our selves then with simply saying, that the posi tion:of equivocal neutrality which Mr. Foster assumed did not seem to us compatible with earnestness-as a politician or statesman. Had Mr. Foster been a man of strong convictions, or had lie even possessed a clear insight into political right and wrong, lie could not have argued' that Mr. Haines and his colleagues were blamele...

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THE CENSUS RETURNS FOR THE SEA PORTS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

- THE CENSUS RETURNS OR THE SEA PoRi3 or VIcTonIA.-We have been favored with the following return compiled from the census papers taken on the 29th March last, relative to the population afloat, and the number of vessels, together with the tonnage, in the different sea ports of Victoria: Name of Port. No. o Aggregate Males.Female vessels Tonnage. Peo Hobson's Bay...... 211 69,783 2,050 111 son's Bay)........ 5 2,600 605 11 Corlo Bay, Geelong 31 4,607 2_24 9 Port Phillip ITeads 8 1,162 107 - Port Albert ......... 12 1,562 12 9 25 Portland ......... 3 356 37 1 Warrnambool .... * 2 76 16 2 Port Fairy ......... 1 79 9 Total......273 00,225 3,187 159 Puncre LECTURl.-The Dean of Mel bourne delivered a lecture at "the Episcopal Church, in this town, on Thursday evening last, on " The Romish Doctrine of the Real Presence." The discourse was listened to with much attention by a very large congre gation. A second lecture on the same subject will be delivered by the reverend gentleman next Thu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

Births,   At Customs Cottage, Willinmstown, on the 24th ult., Mrs; Mackay, of a son. On the 29th ult., at Reculvers, Williamstown, Mrs. A. G. Branford, of a daughter. Died, . At Williamstown, on the 28th ult., aged four months, John, infant son of-Mr.M. M. Suffren.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

N ELSO N F"A C'IN'C? P A R A D E,-' T HE B A Y: ESTABLISHED. 1853. JOSEPH B. FRENCH, Member (by Examination) of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, formerly of 10 Pall 1all, London, cHEIIST & DRUGGIST, Tn addition to a fresh and ample supply of Genuine Drugs and Chemicals of all kinds, has on Slo: H1ollowny's Pills and Ointment (all sizes) Rowland's Macassar, Odonto; and Kalydor 'Townsend's American Sarsaparilla Horse-hair Flesh Gloves and Belts uBlarry's Revelenta Food Turkey Sponges and other Toilet requistesl lurray's'and Diineford's Fluid lMagnesia Steedman's Soothing' Powders -- Henry's.Caleined Magnesia - Dalby's Carminative celand Moss Candy .... . Atkinson and Barker's Infant's Preservative S Locll's Pulmouic Wafers J--hison''Sstlthing Syrup:- .: oenatiog's Pectoral Cough:Lozenges Hard's Farinadeous Food Cockle's Antibillious Pills .Child's Night-lights and Floating Lights Parr's Life Pills Robinson's Prepared Groats and-Barley TIuht's Family Pills Pure Arro...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

"NEWSPAPERts SLOW FEVa.--Non-paying subseri b:rers are' liis' taled to by an American editor:-, :'" Waggons cannot run.without wheels-boats without steam-bullfrogs jump without legs-or a newspaper --be carried on an everlasting. time without funds, no more than a dog can wag his toil when he has none." 'Our subscribers are all-good, but what does a- man's goodness do when it- won't do' you any good? -We - have no doubt that every one thinks that all halve paid except him. and as we are clever fellows, and this is a small matter, it will make no difference. It --would not, if it were only confined to a dozen or a hundred cases, but when the slow fever seizes most all the complaint is altogether too general. As thie bull frog said, ,' it's fun to you, but It's death to us" ' The question ."why priinters did not succeed as well ,as brewers?". was'thus answered. Because Spiinters -work for the head, and brewers for the stom ach, asd where ti-enty men have stomachs, but one as brasins. -...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

. ER Y n - iary Aian Roebu~k;ia servant girl, was brought up at this' Court, on Wed nesday last, charged {with staling a quantity of clothing tr?in' tihe hofons of a Mrs? Cooper, where she had been employed some few weeks previously: T;e case was :fully proved, and the;prisoner, -vho made no defenice: wais cob vsictedind fourteen'days' Imprisoriment, ivith hard labor. : 2. RUNAWAY SEA E.--.TWO S6 eamen;,charged with:desertion from.the--ship Oithohe,`were, on Wednesday.last, each sentenced to three months' imprisonment, with hard labor, DRUNKARDS.--Alexander Gunn, a carpen ter, was, on Friday last, fined five shillings, or twenty-four hours', imprisonment. -On the same day, John Keefe was charged with drunk enness, and forcibly entering the premises of John Moran. This being the prisoner's first offence, he was discharged with a caution. Michael Noone, an old offender, appeared at this Court, on Saturday last, charged wsith the above offence. The prisoner acknowledged his guilt upon ...

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