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

Mu nicipaity of, Wi-liau traown. Rate Collector. -1 R;.CHRISTOPHER THORPE having d ?:I . cdined. to:complete the bond.of security re= quired of him as Rate Collector to this Municipality, fresh Letters of Application for the office, addressed to '" The Worshipful the Chairman of the Council," and delivered at the, Council Chambers, Thompson street, -will'be received up to Six oclock, rp.., of Wednesday, the Gth inst. The successful candidate will be required to enter with two.sureties.into a bond of fivehuiduteddnds for the :cue fulfilmetof his appointment. -- .. ... By order, - -"- E. M.- D. -NICnoLsoN, - S - ........ Town Clerk. Municipal Council Chambers, Williamstown,. M ay 1st, 1857. ". Greig, Comemnduer, will lesaee-the m,'" lelbourne and Hobasn's "Bay Itaivay. Pier, Scnd r"t I']id"ge, Every Mlornisg (Sundays eccepted) at. Nine a o'clock. relurning fao the GQueen's Wairf, iGeelong at Hulf-pst One o'clock, p.m. Passengers from Ielbourne for the above boat must be booked by the ...

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EXECUTION OF CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

EXECUTION OF CRIMINALS. Eight criminals have been executed in the Melbourne gaol during the week. The first was Turner, who had been convicted of high- way robbery under arms, near Essendon, and the others were the unhappy men found guilty of the murder of Mr. Price at Williamstown. Turner was executed on Monday morning, and died with a great deal of firmness. Since his conviction he had been attended by the Rev. Mr. Studdert, to whom he confided various passages of his career, which had been one of vice and crime. He was a short, strongly-built man, a native of London, and about twenty-four years of age. On the following morning, at eight o'clock, Williams, Smith alias Brennan, and Maloney, the first three prisoners convicted of the mur- der of the late Inspector-General, underwent the extreme penalty of the law. The convict Maloney was the only one who made any re- ference to the crime for which he was about to suffer, and of which he declared himself innocent to the last. The oth...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, April 29th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Verdon, Stewart, Fyfe, Jones, Armstrong, and Langhorne. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 2 May 1857

WIlliamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, April 29th, 1857. Preseint The.Chairman, Councillors Veidoi, Stewart, Fyfe, Jones, Armstrong,? and `.Langhorne. . . .. . ' 1: 1 TheI minutes of the previous meeting were read and coflirmed. A.lettLr of codndoleice ivas read addressed liy, the Chairman to.his Excellency. Sir Hen'ry Barkly, expressing the sympathy of the Coun cil in the liereavement s'istaiiedhiy his: Ex celleney in the sudden.and lamented .deathlof ;Lady Barkly r 1 . Letters, addresed to the Chairnman were read Ias follows :?1. From the acting secre tary to the Railway deparmhenrit(in i'eply) stating that the Triistees are fully awarethat. it is very desirable to Iaive better. approaches to the bridges at Williamstown; and -that the suggestions contained in the Chairman's letter will receive their best attention;, 2. From D. P. Maclean Esq .,one of the Councillors who had retired from the CounCil at the last annual election, stating, in reply,, that- he returned thanks to th...

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

ON S A.LE, BY THE UNDERSIGNED, . WINES?Port Sherry Hock Claret Srrs-Holland Ginger SP.. Ts--Ho?.and. Brandy Rum Old tom Stomach bitters PORTER ALES-' GRocER--Sugar, Tea Coffee, Cocoa FFlour, Rice S.. Ham, Bacon. Oatmeal, Barley Salmon, Lobsters Ting, Oysters ý. `.Herrings, Sardinca Butter, Cheese . ro* ; Cackery > Hardware. -. Quantities of the above delivered to order, wathin • ix miles of Willinmstown, by Y: OUNG & CO., Nelson-paradeo. Agents.for the Melbourne Mutual Fire Assurance Association.+'.; . NATTONAL HOTEL MUSIC HALL, ., .Bourke-street east; . Near the Parliament Houses. .Crowded Houses Nightly. The following Performers are Enkaged :- Late of Rainer's Sere~nders. - MADAME VITELLI,. W. ho is iightly encored in her pleasing songs, &c. Pianiste, ' IL.JAMES HOUSTON The unrivalled comic vocalist,,from the London and Glasgow Concerts. ,Engagemrent of M.TTaioa, the favorite tenor. S- Ad m-miass Free:. o "' o a-OUSE, Land, Estate, and General . Commission Merch...

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Williamstown Post Office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

Williamstown Post Office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FoR 187.7, To Arrive from : Time. Mfelbourne.................Dailyat Oa.m. and 2 p.m Ballarat (andline of route). ,, 2½ p. m. Castlemaine, - Sandhurst,A and Boaryborough (do.)) Geelong (do.)............. .? , Bec?l"orth (do.) ......... on. Wed. Fri. 2 p.m. Belfast (do.). ...........Mon. and Fri. , . Heathcote (do.) ......... on. and Thur.. , Portland (do.)..........1.. on. and Fri. Closes for Time. Melbourne.......... Da..... ily atl and5 p.m. Ballarat (and line of route). ,, 11 p.m. Castlemaine, Sandhurst,l and Maryborough (do.)f " ' " Geelong (do.) .....s.... ,, 5 p.m. Beechworth (do.) ..........Tues. Thur. Sat. 1L p.m. Belfast (do: ........ .;.son-idiiVed. 5 p. ... Heathj sto (do.)5.".:; l:.ItTon 'and T2II Ij p;M. Portland(do.)... ... ?..TVed. ann Fri. 5 p.m:. For departure of Ship fMails, see List exhibitecd at the PostOflice. , RICHARD PIPER, Postmaster.

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

NOTICES"O'PMOTION. ... By Councillor VEEDOx.: To move- . 1;That, at:the next meeting of the Council the rate of assessment for the current muncipal year, and the appointment of valuator or valuators, be considered in Committee. 2. That, a 3ye-law be introduced for the appro priation of the Government grant of .3000, in terms of the Act. By Councillor STEWART : To move 1. That, at the next meeting of this Council appli cation be made to the Chief Harbour Master for the use of the building situated in Nelson-place, lately used as a Government Store-room, for the purpose of keeping the fire-engine, the present keeping place being insecure. By Councillor Anrsu aoNG : To move . That, at the next meeting of the Council the Second Report of the Market Committee be adopted.

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. BILLS PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

RATES OF EXCHANGE. BILLS PUnCHASED. On London,30dayssight, On Launceston, ao.,l do. par . Adelaide, do., I do. Sydney, 15 do, I dis Auckland, do., 2 do. lBathurst, do., I do. Wellington, do, do Goulburn, do., I do. - Lyttehon, do., do. - Brislbaie.'do., I do. I'ortland, do., do. IlobartTown, do., I do. Geelng, 3 do., a do. DnnAFS ISSUED. On London, 30 days sight, On Wellington, do..'. _, 2 per cet. prem. Lyttelton, do., do. : Sydney, sight, I prem. Portland, sight, ? do. Bathurst, do., do. G. long, do., * do.. Gbulburn, do., do: New. York, 30 days SBrisbane, do., do. sight. 3 do. Loliart Town, do., do. Ilalifax, do., 4 do.. Launceston, do., do. Montreal, do., do. Adelaide, do., do. Quebec, do., do. Aucldand, do., 2 do.

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

To: Subscribers. -A new Qiiarter having commenced, 'our Subscribers are r csptiullyinformed that ie shall fcel a pleasure in receiving their contributions. Td such as are in arrears we beg to state, that swe shalt be'particularly obliged by their attending to the Sabove intimation with aslittle delay as possible. Two shilliiigs per quarter is an amount whifc leaves but a a?dll .margin for.proft, especially when we have to *call for it a. half -doen times. .- - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

NorCE TO ADERnBSES:-We should ftel greatly obliged if advertisers, who'can make it convenient to forward their orders in the early part of the week would lose no tifne in doing so. Hitherto we have been put to much inconvenience on account of the lat. hour at which tadvertisemonto havoarrived; and if this: could'bhCavoided, or partially s, our arrange menhtswould be reatly facilitatod.

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, May 9th. THE RULING POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

11R RON, 17 CL1E. . n WILLIAS TOWN, Saturday, Mar 9ot. . ;: , THE RULING POWER. that it is the people who" ought-to hold supreme power in every state,aniid ;that the people of tins colony are not inferior in intel ligence to the inhabitants of any other country on the faJe' of Ithe earth; ad 'conseqently that here in Victoria atthe present time there is the most favourable "opportunity that ever presented itself of proving to the world the .superiority of the democratic over every other form of Governiment, we regret exceedingly that events have occurred during 'the past ':veek calculated to bring disgrace upon the popular cause, andto.make those timid politi cians, who have been since' their arrival in this colony. gradually abandoningitheir ancient prejudices, to shrink back frighteied as from ..thie edge of ian abyss. ' Th'e right of public meeting and free dis enssion has. been. foully abused in'several in stances. .-Metings have beeni called for legiti mate ipolitical ipurposes...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

SEA GRAni:UeRs.-.Theirel is a peculiar -'iharin ibout the sea it is ahlways the same, .vetnever nionotonous.. Mr. Gosse has well observed, that you scon get tired of looking at thi?eloveliest field, but never of the rolling waves. The secret perhaps is, that the field does not seem alive; the sea is life-abound Sing. Profouiidly mysterious as the field is, i'ithi its countlessfoirms of life, the aspect does not irresistably and at once coerce the mind. ito think of suibjects so mysterious and so awfiul .is ilhe aspect of the sea does--it carries ivitli it nio ineradical :associationis of terror and awe, -such:f as are borne in i.every murmur of old .ocean, and thils is neither so terrible nor so suigestive. Alsve look from the cliffs, every iwave hlis its history-' every sivell keeps up isuspense --will it breik now, or will it melt into that laIirer wave ; and then the log which floaits so aimlessly on its back, and now is icarried under again like a drowning wretch,- is it the fra...

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CONSULS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

CONSULS. Argentine Confederation-John William MIackenna, Esq., M.D., 104 Collins-street cast, Melbourne. Brazil-J. B. Were Esq., 40, Flinders-lane cast, do. Belgium-Gustave Becks, Esq., 64 Flin ders-lane west, do. Bremen-F. W. Jansen, Esq., 46, Flinders. lane east, do. Chile-J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders-lane. Denmark-J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders lano cast, do. Robert Kent, Esq., (Vice consul), 46, Flinders-lane east, do.. France-Le Compte de Chabrillan, No. 37 Collins-street, cast, do. Hamburg-J. B. Were, Esq., 46 Flinders lane east, do. Hanover - A. Kaufmann, Esq., Little Bourke-street cast, do. Lubeck---J. B. Were, Esq., Flinders-lane Meklenburg ShFcrweril-Edwad ratzsh,ere Esq., Flinders-lane west, Netherlands-F. G. Lange, Esq., (Consular agent), 153, La Trobe-street west, do. Peru-Juan Diez, Esq., 20, Flinders-lane Portuga --J. . r,\ er, Esq., (Consul-general) .46, Flinders-lane east, do. R. Cooper, Esq., (Consul), 9, Queen-street south, do. l'russia-Adolphus Boyd, Esq., 35 F...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

Williamstown Police Court.       DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Squire Hur- rocks, a mason, appeared at this Court, on Friday last, to answer to the charge of drunk- enness and disorderly conduct at Footscray. From the evidence adduced it appeared that the prisoner had been in a state of intoxication on the day previous, when he had had one or two pugilistic encounters with his acquaint- ances, and that he had also made a bonfire of his bed in the public street, to the terror of the inmates of some cottages, which stood in danger of being destroyed by the devouring element. The prisoner was fined ten shil- lings, or, in default of payment, twenty-four hours' imprisonment.—Jane Lawrence, a mid- dle-aged woman and a native of Scotland, was charged, on Saturday last, with having been drunk on the previous day. Being an old offender, she was sentenced to a fine of twenty shillings, or, if preferred, forty-eight hours' imprisonment.—Thomas Hood, a seaman, wa...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

PUBLIC WORKS AT WILLTAMSTOWN.-The Government GazeUe of Tuesday last contains the- folloiving tenders for the construction of the timber pier- at the railway wharf, in this town: SMr. Hale .... .. :.. £29,976 8 0 Alesars. Evans,.Merry& Co. 33,230 8 9 Mr..Mason...: ... .. 33,449 9 74 :, .Musson ... .. 34,264 0 0 Messrs. C. andW. Ba3llie. 34,997 0 0 Mesrss: Hope and Co. ...' 37,197 5 0 Mr. Bourne " .; 40,021 14 11 Messrs. Amos and Co. ... 40,428 6 5 ;Mr. Sinclair ... ... 40,435 0 0 Messrs. Holmes and Co.... 43,013 11 0 Mr. Davis.... .... ... 43,084 0 0 ,,Robertson .. .. 43,544.19. 9* ,, McKenzie ...... 45,500 .0 0 Messrs. Cornish and Co.... 74,779 0 0 The contract of Messrs. Evans, Merry, and Co. was accepted. The proposed works are the extension of the railway wharf 600 feet further into the Bay, in the direction of- the piles which have been driven in advance of the stone-work. When these works are com pleted, we shall have a magnificent pier of 1400 feet in length, with twen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

MJVED I CAL MALL, W IiAMSTOW 'N. NELSON ; PARADE,-.:. :::FAC NG T H E B A Y. ESTABLISHED 1853. JOSEPH B, FRENCH Mfember (by Examination) of the Pharmaccutical Society of Great Britain, formerly-of 10 Pall Mall, London, CBIMIST & : i )RGGI?ST, In addition to a fresh and ample supply of Genuine Drugs anid Chemicals of all kinds, flas on Sale -' Holloway's Pills and Ointment (all sizes) S Townsend's American Ssraparila 3unrrriy'Dsind iDF'nnsfoid : 'gnesfa ,,r ?: Henry's Calcinied ilngnsia'l "':' - J :celand'lloss Candy ::.,: ?' ? Locock's Pulmonic -Wafers 'Keating's Pectoral Cough- Lozenges . -Cockle's Antibil!iots Pills Pare's Life Pills - IHunt's Family Pills ITooper's Female Pills lNorton's Chamomile Pills tlorison's and Dr. L. T, Smith's Pills Widow Welch's Female Pills The Genuine Dutch Drolps James's Horse Blister and Gibtons I-Horse Powders Singleton's Golden Eye Ointment Atkins'sPoor Man's Friend Ointment Mfann's Appmoved .Medicine Roche's Hooping Cough Embrocation; How...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, May 6th, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Verdon, Langhorne, Stewart, Armstrong, and Fyfe. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

Williamstown Municipal Council.     Wednesday, May 6th, 1857. Present-The Chairman, Councillors.Verdon, Langhorne, Stewart, Armstrong, and Fyfe. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. * Letters, addressed to the Chairman, were read as follows ;-1. From Councillor Jones,. apologising for his absence from the meeting through severe illness ; 2. From the Honour able the Commissioner of.Public Works (in reply) stating that instructions had been given for the removal of ihe post of the electric telegraph at the corner of Nelson-place and Parker-street. Letters, addressed, by the .Chairman, were read as follows:- 1 To Mr.:"Wmi Williams, requesting him to remove forthwith certaini of his pre?inses whtich enbt'oach' " tlie:-st side ofDbover-street, at the0comrer of- Ferguson street, otherwise the Ceuncil would take leghl prbceedings in the 'matter; 2. To Mr. John Finley, stating the Council had adcepted his tesider for contract No. 28, path-wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

Publie Works Office, 'Melbourne, 4th May, 1857. Patent Slip, ,Williamstown, . ,- : :Siren Cor?aRncer. TILENDERS wllbe recesved until eleven o'clock on S .-.L?uesi?Ay 12th May, fdr the Rubble and Ashlde Stone Work required in connection with the founidl-. ?ioisof tliemnachinery at the Patent Slip, WKiliams Drawings'and specification may be seen at this office. . ..................... Tendars to be endorsed "Tender for Patent Slip, .'.- " ; lmstown;" and addressdd (if by liost prepaid) to the Honourable.the President of the Board of Land , and WVorks, Melbourne. . .. . ý T.Thb'Government. will not- nccssanily aept the. and Works. "Mrinicipality of Wllliamstown. Tenders. T ENDERS are invited'for the supply'of 3000 to L . 5000. eight-inch Pitchers, to be delivered and stacked insituation by the sides of the'streets in 'the town. as the Municipal Surveyor shall direct,"within fourteei-dayi-from the time the Tender shall be ac .cepted by the Council. ` :'- Specification tobeo'seen and for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 9 May 1857

ON SA L E, d T HE UNDERSIGNED WIx'ss-Port Sherry - . Ihockd Claret Giinger' Srrnrrs-Iiollands - Br.andy Rum S, Old tom StomachI bitters POrTER : :- GROnERsY-Sugar, Tea . Coffee Cocoa Flour Rice !Horn,; Bacon .,. Salmon, Lobsters *: Ling, Oysters Hoi -age-Heinc Sardines . Butter, Cheese PnoDceI-Hay, Oats . Maize, Gram "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. T0 MASON, S OUSE, Land, Estate,, and General -1 Commission Merchant, Victoria House, Nelson Street, WILLIA MSTOWN. i Notice !. D RAPERY.-Ready-ani de Clothing; and Boots aind Shoes clheaper thn any other house in Williamstown. At THOS. MASON'S, opposite the Old Pier. - - - tf IMPORTANT : NOTICE. rI~IOS. 'MASON, thinkiig it unnecessary to-take JL up the time of the plulic by unsceenly. long, and tedious price nadvertisements, s...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, May 16th. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 May 1857

WILLIA 118TOWN"a etu~iiayly 16th.;, THE ELECTIONS. Tii~RE now seems reasonable grounds for the hope that the business'of the'country will be piroceeded with on the re-assembling of Par liament. The present Government does:pos sess the confidence of. the country, if the evidence of the ballot-boxes is to be accepted. Mr. Haines was re-elected for South Grant without opposition. MIr. Mitchell had ama jority in his favour at the nomination at Castle maine, and though' a poll was demanded by the opposing candidate, Mr. Hector Norman Sinipson, there is no reason to anticipate that the result will reverse the verdict. .Indeed, there is no feasible argument put forth why any single elector of the North-western Pro vince should prefer the latter gentleman to the former.- Both are squatters, and that Mr. :Mitchell is such is all that is alleged against him; -so that the opposition to him proceeds on a marvellously narrow basis. Mr. Fellows ,was elected for St.' Kilda by a majority of 292; an...

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Williamstown Post Office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 16 May 1857

Williamstown Post Office. TAOLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARITURES OF I5LAR D MAILS FOR 1S57. To Arrive from Time. Melbourne. ............... Daily at 9 a.m.and 2 p.m Ballarat (and line ofroute). ,, 23 p. m. Castlemaine, Sandhurst,Y and ITaryborough (do.) " Geelong (do.) ............... . ,, Beechworth (do.) .... .... Mond. Fri. 2; p.m. Belfast (do.) ............Mon. and Fri. " FIeathcote (do.) ........... Mon. and Thur. ,, Portland (do.)............ on. and Fri. Closes for Time. Melbourne.............. Dailyat and 5 p.m. Ballarat (and line of route). ,, l p.m. Castlemaine, Sandhurst, - and 1Maryborough (do.)/ " " Geelon, (do-) ... . , p.m. Beechworth (do.) . .. ...Tues. Thur. Sat. 1; p.m. Belfast (do.) ................on. and SWed. 5 p.m. Heathcote (do.) ...:........lon. and Thur. ]I p.m. Portland (do.)............. ed. and Fri. 5 p.m. For departure of Ship Mails, sea LiSarxhibited at: the.PostOffice.. : L,~ RICHARD PIPER Postnimster.

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