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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

* ntlystO.i :fiicti U ligatc TILE ATIIENIEU3t? ENTERTAINMENT.- -The members of the Elocution Society, connected with the WVilliamstown4Athena-um. gave their: to' a. croided-house. .-Every. seat:in-the hall was occupied some.time before the commenice nieht'of thel' performances, "and when the band had concluded..the Overture?there was barely standing room for the number of persons that were squeezed together inside of the door and on each side of the building. Thesr6min/ as -we' mnentioned last Week, has ' undergone. considerable; improvements.- At oneend an excellenit stage has been erected under the superintendence of" Mr. Bull, --who had also prepared a design for. decorating -the pro sqenium. . These decorations; the. carrying out of which have been entrusted to Mr. G. F. Smith; who had kindly offered his services grattitously, are- as - yet- incomplete ;-they were however sufficiently advanced as to call forth the admiration of all who were present at this entertainment. The Cha...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

. illnsto11uW5;B ~oi cr qou't - -DRnu?x-AsoVDrsonR RLT.-On Monday last, four worthies, inamed Jom& BosiZl.J hTifL.Douglas, John "Rossand. JViLiami np rri. Vere ,brtg ts upat this Conrt,-ind-chaiged.w itli drunlenness; dud-disorderly conduct in ,lh .public sreetg of :yilliamstowonand were enh fi nt ten shillin gs or, in default.pf pay ment, to enjoy twenty?fuor )ionrs imprisonment. On the. following day Edwari Brown.wao, chaged. wIth:in*fodinnk in the puiblir %eet, 'ad-wsw ad= monished and dischirgedi this being. his first offence. -Danm~ql arij er, for .being drupandniesxpoaiug his person in tho public.street0 was fined five shillings, or indefalt.oi?-amnent. o be imprisoned, twe.ty~four hmn)Irq. Acxanodcr Gem, ggedi. forty five,,,an. old offenoder fo tbeig drunk in tho ; puhio. tryeetheGs. senteored to -"ten 4ama:.. iimpresqmeot .witlrhirard labour: rt_.- ri?:Ti i/elm, a ,Germann, was.brought wuith obstructing - Ir. Mather, thl? o?tation master of Greenwich, in the discharg...

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THE STEPHEN STREET MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

- THE-STEPHEN -STREET -MURDER.- At thdMelhor urna'Pdlice Court,`on.Satindy las, three Chinese, ? nmeedA-lee?n,, d-.ong,.and a, chi were placed in the dock,-the first charged, on suspi con..with being;_apartytorthe,murder of Sophia S"Lewist in Stephen-stree. uu.:No-lab Doeeomber last, and the two lattertwith:beiegaccessory therato. lr. Read appeares for. the, pri?eera.i Sergeant -Eason, S?-or-the't etevo pelonce tated ;,withoui t oing sworn, that he had arrestad the prisone~;.Arleenonthe 22nd, at Maryhorough, on suspicisnof being concerned in the murder of .Sophia Lewis,;and that on.the second finger of his left hand he.found a gold diamond ring, ewhich had been identified asone, the,,unfortunate woman had woaon.lthe.night,of;.her-murdter. The other two prisoners, in consequence :of.information received, had been: arrested lat Sandhurst as acces sories to the, munler..; Mr..jInspector.,.Nicolson stated that Ring Tzan, anot~her .of the supposed mur irre?,ha?f-not yet be arrested,,thou...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

;-MAiRYoaouoH.-The rush near the Camp is now all life, &dexten~da .upwards of a mile in length. Prospects arro sogood i" this plaee.ithit many storI i1eepersIrom'Cbhinamant's Flatt'nsd ?lie; eighlIoing diggihgs are rapidly erectingstores for the accomoda ,tienaoftho increasing po?iilatisd alonlg the lead. At .the,piesene;time therescannot be lesasthan one tho ,sandmioers at work i;ereabouts, add'msore are daily arriving., Thetsinkling is.deepening, and is now from fifty to sixty feet. The Iead rs "trachkling" towards ihe White -?ills. Within a mile of the latter place, .wherethere have always.heen.a few- ppddling diggers nnaking a living there is now.quite a rush ; new stores are beingerected, and-every coniffd?nce is felt that a good qusntityo.f gold -illih:b?oigiEtto'llit O-i usually quiet town has~ltafely been" enlifened.by.the nsmber of drays possing tirough it;' onnthBiei way to thegreat EL Dorado'of?teth eolony,' Mb6nt??ararat. llsey come from ?various'paits?of the gol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

;Williamstown Electoral District. : p.RSUTANT to power vested ein'e by hisExel - ' lercy'the Governor, I hereby give'Noticethatl Samuiel Br? ford Vaughan; geitleman, was this day appointed by nm:to !theooffice of Election 'Auditor for the District of Williaistown,.in accordance with the 19th Victoria, No.. 11, sec. 10. . 'GEO' DBunimEzL Returning Ofticer. 'July 29th, 1857. ",1 .: e-: O;.. :35 Melabourne and' Hobson's Bay :,.,Railway; Coinany. "'. Alteration of Time-Table . , * a tethesof August' r'and until further notice, the following additional TRAINS will be despatched:--Melbourne to Sand dge, 5.45 and 6.15 p.m. Sandridge ; j ,: . to31elboure, 5.30.and .G p.nm ". - -'. "" - idate, leive the Railway Pier' for.Wjlliamiiitown odin her last daily trip at six o'clock,!p:m-m.- - . . 38 - JosEPH WAD Secretary. Geelong & ,Melbo'urne Railway. T NTIX further, notice all 'Trains both to and . from Geelongwill stop at all the Stations. - - fd A'MiaiTIr N SHOLI, Secretary. Rhilwa'jOf...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, August 8th. THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

IWILLI4MsSTO WYN, -&tiday ; uut s"9' 8th H W ' :.THE CHINESE- T. Tirsl'resericenao 'oe fCorty thouo sandCChineie, all"df tlijii adult males iea featu rein our socill conditioni may well d'ahgeit.hjtti itioA' of .tlihepuiblic:anad at pre ?€n£ it; is diiidifing the thoughts ; of the ublic twitfh the engrossing Land Bill itself. The bulk of those strangers reside on the gold fields;, and their -inum iertas compared with that-of the -European and-American digggrs, is-so great thatlthelieareveryformidable corn lpetitors-for such scant auriferous prizes as now reward the industiy of the miner. So much so indeed, thatL what bettweenT the ontfiinued infiufx of thtih and" tie' gsaduall: ydecriing remunerativeness ?of the miner, the British adveititiurers have-come' to'the" determiiiation riolongeig to tolerate their rhesice. 'lAlriel they have been forcibijly eipelled from n gold-field,- the-Buckland,-and that with-con= siderable personal.vioil~'i e and destruction of pipety, and- we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

'-NIGHTMAN. AND SWEEP. j SHEPHERD has en-tged a Sweep; from Lon e don. Chimneys. Swept and Water-closets Emptied on reasonab!e term. J- 'I.SLEPIIERD, Ferguson-street. S- Orders punctually attended to. 4• JW . vi. , C'ABINET-MAKER,' UPIIOLSTERER, and ? 'Undertaker . Ann Streeti Williainstoid. ; F irniture of every descriptioi,' Mo. de,' Repaiired and French polished.; Alattrisses ofeveryr description on hand': 'J. D. respectfully inforis thie tride nnd public in general, that he has just erected at. considerable expense a first-class Lathe.' and is now ready' to rxeo e" d'doil-tidrinin? all iis'lirhrichb:es ': 91 'To Builders, Carpenters, & Others; f'1HE unidersiried liaving'detrinined upon Clear ' L" ing-out his' Stock of Ironmongery before takinug Stock next' mohth, whill' commence Selling-off the hi'ne this'dayn at considerable reduction. -The Stock hrnsi stst of .the following articles :-Locks, Serew"?; Nails, Window-gliss, Carpetiters' Tools, Saws, Steel vards, Solar and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 August 1857

For wanrfof tiinely-.care#- illions hiav dicd0of ' ' medicableiwounds.". ": '] . Dr. L L.; S ITH'S - . 11EAMIIE zjiLS .. These-Pills cure Bilious complaints Pains in the Head riseases.of-tihemto- . * -Lowinessof-Spiritsa' inacli and Bowels t, Nervous Affections Sick Hendachae ;4 ni..pas.ms , Scurvy .. . lpitatio SGravel.. PP. np . Costiveness . Feverishness 1-.Heartburne - Blotlices:on the Face Fintlei. . a; SkiunEm- ptions Giddiness d . : ' 4Piles,: an:.. r-.These celebrated Pills luve'obtained for the pro Sprietor in Lthis and the adjceeht'colonies a world-wide faine- for theirklnown! properties in curins the-above symptoms and diseases. --'housalds lihve-been-cured \heli.were suffering for years with' a foul tongue; disa: agreeabletaste in the mouth in themorning,rloss-of appetite;-langnur and fnllnes after-eating, or, in other woridsfrom indigestion .aid Jiver comiplaints. . T'hese pills have,nonw:ben ad.vertisedJfor.two.years inthese colonie s, ai.though thousands ofhakeslive b...

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A CLERICAL CHAMPION OF THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

A' CLERICAL CHAMPION OF THE STAGE. Every lover of thie drama will read «ith pleisure the liberal and enlightened defelice of the stage pro-' nounced by the RevJDr. Bellows, at the annivrrsary dinner of the American Dramic Fund Association. Dr. Bellorws is niot the first chiimpion fronm the ianks of the Christian" Ministry who has had the courage' asnd the honesty-to proclaim himself a supporter. of: the drama in defiance of the narrow puritanical pre-: judices which -would make it antagonistic to. reli-' gioni. We have such emieient divines as Arcbbiishps Tillotson; Seeker, SheldoiZ andP6tter; as Bishops: Porteous, Horne, Percy,- Warburton, Still, Hurd, Lowth, Watson ; ArchdeaconPaley ; the Rev. Drs. Soth; IWatts, Knox,. Iair,'Zachry, . Grey, Farmnier, Hurdis, J. Hoadley, Brown, Gloster.RTidley, Francis Wrangham, Plumptre, T.. .arton, Franklin, Valphy, Francis, ERdes, Borrow., and Young ; the Rev. li. irilman, the Rev. G.:Croly, the Rev. T. Brougeton, and a number of others, ornamen...

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Original Correspondence. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

( - - tiginlin .(401;Syultilncc. [To the Editor of the WxLLt~.rsSOWN. CHiRO eCLnE.] SnR,-Thle IRev. Mir. lledtmnd preached last Sun day on the imrable of the unjust steward, as containcd in the first two verses of the sixteenth chapter of the Gospel, cnecording to St. Luke.. In the course of his sermon he repeatedly alluded to the commendation given in the eighth verse as proceeding from our Saviour. A reference to the text wvill show at once that '" the lord" referred to is the masterof the unjust steward. In the Greek, as in the English translation, the word '" kurios"--' lord" is not commenced with a capital letter, as it invariably is where our Saviour is named as Lord. Commentators have always found some difliculty in explaining the ninth verse, and if the preceding, one were understood as Mir. Medland quoted it, it would be impossible to explain the parable consistently with the divine charn:cter of the narrator. A-very superficial knoiwledge of -the English trans lation, even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

For ivNL oti~ticly care,~ Tillions bavo dicd pf inedjenbcibwiunds." . Dr L L. SMITH'S BT*B~'L~`i41~~a LS'._ -I)ismass of-the Stn Sick Ilcidachic- - (.oarciu .n cls z:etus: .: rins in the Tcid - l.n\·rlesr of CiLi!B i: "_ýGrois A jrections ;.I'spitntniofs 119chre1*eon the rlCO $(m1 E~ruptions S., .lleej.ecel:bratrit Pillslihave obtained for tie, pro prietor in this an.d tll!cudjljci:ntcoloniisa.aworld-widle tnme for,their knoiwn iiropertics ic?irihg the above :.:symptomisanud diseases..: -.i'hoiisais.hal'vesie e cured I wlho were sautering fueyenars .with-a ul tongue. dis _. agreabletastliun tlhea.ouIliin:the niorming, loss'.of appeltite, langur and fullnes acte eatingo..:or.. in other words, from indigestion and.liver comiplnints .: S. ý)Thbse pills have no.wbeen adverticed .for .twoyears .in these colonies, nu. tlhouhalthotusads of beoxe lvha .been.soldlyet ther.e ievce has been a.single.complailt s 'istmoginut ttlptts aith -pRooloavp^aot$ tiyecjtlwneo* .- itilYe.D Smitl. iata ihd....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

?Melbourne and Hobson'si Bay Railway Company. Alteration of Time-Table. (N and after the 1st of Augst, s and until further notice, the following additional TRAINS will be despatched:-Melbourne to Sand *dge, 5.45 and 0.15 p.m. Sandridge -to:Melboure,5.30 and 6 p.m. : i " :.: - And the steamer Comet will, on and after the above . date, leave the Railway Pier for Williamstown on her last daily trip at six o'clock, p:m. " 33 Jo~SEFH WARD, Secretary. Geelong & Melbourne Railway.: NTIL further notice all Trains both to and U' from Geelong will stop at all the Stations:. -- ~_ .l MARTIN SHor. Secretrary. S - . --~,'e,-. Rates of Towage. , (1N and after this date the Charge for Towage by 1O the undersigned will be as follows:- - River Towage within the Black Buoy off Williams ;, : i;.- ..? + town. ....Towage from the Bay for all vesss, 2s. per regs tkeil tonee. - v p Towagge tothe Bay, two-thirds of the above inrate. Long-boats, 20s. up or down. ., :+. " :: Shifting in the Bay not B...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, August 15th. SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

CHRO' N ICL E., I....LLIA -rMS T 'O WAy Satunray, duisit 15th. , F SGCIENCEP - we Ouw House of ýZssembly did a .avery shabby }ng1 st..; e iek n. refulingn .a Ialtrysuim of moneythat..was :nsked of it. ta enable a dis :tinguishdd German avaint, now in the colony, to prosecute certain scientific 'inquiries which he I?a? cometifithcr'to institute. - The genitle man is one of tie foremost scientific men of the day,--one who in the pursuit of knowledge has surmounteddifficulties and braved dangers such as wtould- lia?se appalled any man not inspired and animated" by that craving for knowledgre-tat resolute determination to.ini vestigate, and to discover, uwhich :is about the strongest passion we know of :Such men* are found: in many country only -once-or: t?ice in a generation, and when the equntry that isilooliu?ed' to produce.thens happena ,t be wuse and. enlightened and se= conds-their eflortsito et ?cidtle?? domain of human knowledge, the happiest results follow: The ph?ilosopher the...

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My first report ran thus: [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

'- My first report ran thus -'"As dpositors, you have Indies engagedin ituitiloni femnis in reepectable srrvitude,, "nd? onsiderte niother ;?you have rej vcecndois, nmerchants, stor?ckecpeirsclerks, ,varehouse men;.nnd storcmfioo aichitects, tiuilder,;?neniof in dustrial callings,.aitd, gold diggers of prudential fore; thoiolht ; in fine, you have the considerate and indus triois.uimong:the youthful, the robhsit, nd .thlld aged of.every class;: ad: of both'sexes. r:So much as. to personal .prdgiesion-i .progression . which obviousle indicates the mind-that is to say the solicitude, selti supporting repaove,oand provident meerfies of the peo ple Next. you hiave prpgresston in amount-.-finding lthat .depesi co??nen'eed Sin'Juiy,? iattlhti'Aist deposit w as.threefold that of July, ano that the.4 posit for tlie first eeekd of Sdpctnlier pceetld the total amount foirJul: and Augunts :Anil, lastly, you find the. aggregate amnt loaned on, freehold pro= prrtyjr:fabtuidint aliice.', From the...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

ohlm tic. ,n |tlIi?t:J+?. TILE NEWLY-CREATED ]MAGISTRATES. We find in perusing the list of new magis trates, that although the Chairmen of the suburban Councils have all been gazetted ter ritorial magistrates, the Chairman of the Coun cil of Williamstown has alone been created a district magistrate. Mr. Mason, considering the movement a slight to Williamstown, has communicated to the Chief Secretary upon the subject, it having been intimated to himn some months ago that his name was down as a territorial magistrate, and, we believe, declines accepting the honour, until placed upon the same footing as the chairmen ofother municipalities. Tue ATIIENrEUsI ENTERTAIaNMENT.-The Elocution Society, we observe, have decided upon giving another entertainment at tihe Athenmum next Tuesday evening. "A new Prologue has been written expressly for the occasion, and every effort will be made to render the amusements attractive and agree able. TrIE PEOPLE's EDUCATIONALT SOCIETY. The members and frie...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 12th August, 1857. Present— The Chairman, Councilors Stewart, Moxham, Jones, Langhorne, Verdon, and Fyfe. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

Williamstown, Municipal iouncil. S: cdnesday, 12th August, 1857.: Present-The Chairman,. Councillors Stewart, M- . oxham,-Jones,- Langliorne,- Verdon, and Fyfe. : Tllc minutes 'ofthe last.meetin wrve reead and confirmed. ' - ' - •-.Letters,; addressed to :the ,Chhirman, were read as 'follows :-1. From th?. Hbn.,' the Chief Secretary?in reply, stating that tie Go vernment considers the expense, of bathing accommodation: should be .incurred by the inhabitants, as.- ' wis de-at:St. Kilda; o" From John Willkins Esq? . M1 lB health officer ...for the Distrct, intimatng with,the exeption :of an almost general attack .of infiluenza, the town is in a most salubrious state; 3.; From MIr:' Jnies :lorris, 'relative'to" helmets for'fire brimade. Letters, addressed by the Cliairman, were read as follows:-l. To John Wilkins, Esq., M.B., relative to the Q?petition oif Mdessrs. House anti Puriiion' n. ToMiessrs. J.F. Dow and Co.declining thleir offr rof a garden roller; '3. To 'Messrs.' Bishop and'...

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OUR WHARVES. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

OURt WHARVES. [To the Editor of the W-ILtIAMsrTOW CrnoxsctsL.] Stn,-Some time since'a "spasmodic effort," as you termed it, was made by the authorities and in iinhabitants of -Williamstown, and a meeting and pe tition got up regarding the expendituro of the £5000 pier grant to this place. Our member put a kind of lukewarm negative question to the Government re garding its expenditure, and received an equally sa tisfactorynnswer, that the sunm wa.s for the Ann-street wharf, and that the convicts would hlave a hand in it. Williamstown has been snubbed and insulted before, but-anything more unsatisfactory or insulting than this I think has not yet liappened, and I regret to remark has passed unnoticed.' The real meaning of the answer appears to me.to be,that in order tot do a little s_ possible for Williamstown, but to make it appear that something is to be done, it is'stated tlt Ann-street Wharf is to be got on with, and by the valuable aid and assistance of the convicts the £5005 wil...

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TOTAL ABSTINENCE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

TOTAL ABSTINENCE FESTIVAL. Tnrmembers of the Williamstown.Total Abstiience Society held a' punlic tea'inct ng at the' Athen?eum, on 'Vednesday evening last, wlehich'was very numer ously attended. _This Society, whiela t esi?bldilsed abroutn toiei bnthdaio, liusa by:th united efforte,of a few individuals. been "eminentlysuccessful; in its endeavours to restore the fallen from thepaths of ini temperaniicaind vice.' `The idembers have hitherto held their eVekly meetiigs in Diudley's iroi store, which having been fduid of late to 'e-totally inade quateto their requirements, it was decided that int effort should be made to erect n Tem'perance Hall, and iicsordingly; a tea' nmceting, or festi-al, was got up with a view of establishing afund for that purpose. In the absence of. ,ir. licalesf;'Ua?, C'oornR, of Melbourne, was voted to tlihe chair, :?whsrsegretted that the lot had fallen upon' him to occupy so dis tinguished a position, but premised that he wouldn do his best. Hewas'proud to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

To. Emciers. carpenSers, Ca Otiers. - 'f I1E I undersiried having determined upon Clear 1 _ -?ing-oht his Stock of Ironmongery beforo taking : .tock next m-onth, vill commence SeUling-of the S'Fnme this dayat a considerablersiducticon. The Stock consists-of the folloiing articles:-Locks Screws, Ni'als, 'Winow-glasso Carpenters' Tools Saws, Stcel y-are, Soladr and other Lamps, Tlour Scales, T. H., i utt;-iand other. Iingeses; Axe,-dzes, Hammers, '.Choppers, - 'eat-cover, 'aint d. and Vhitewas Brushes, .Fish-hooks, and every variety of useful Ironmtongery.' - ' " ' IlTos M, . eieneral Store, Stevedore Street, N , rth ailliramstown?? .' T IE undersigned is prepared to Scll or Lotb with S '-*iimmediato possession,,: that commodious- and i.-"well-tlilt Store,r ituated in the above street. The a tor cis 6 x 40 ft:; uith large yard, &c., lately ii his -occupatio, an?d built a .a cost of £2500.' The loweri part is fitted rip with 'erry conveniene for a first " t retail trade :lthd'e...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 August 1857

DRUNKENNESS.-Frederick King, a labourer, was charged in this Court, on Saturday last, with the above offence, and was admonished, this being his first visit.-On the following Monday, John Young   and John Browne, were each fined ten shillings for being drunk on the previous day. -Frederick Harrop, described as a merchant, was charged on Wednesday last with being drunk and disturbing the Court. Admonish'ed. " lknry °Tohnsui, a seamian, belonging to onb of the ships- in the Bay, was charged with the; :bo?'oeofenche and was admonished and disehairged. ^.Ashssiiso.-lwo 'scaseien namied. Tiilliam Joi cs iandOlven Owens, were brought ip on warrant, at' this Courit, onl Tuesday last,.charged with. assaulting' ' noneJohnii ;Fierguson.q,Owen ?itoberts deposed, tlhat : the offence was committed lidit ialf-palt ten o'clobkc on Saturdy night, oo board of a ?'lighr in the Blay, inld that Owens'-was the first to commiienee the onw. Jones ta's fined twenty nblii llsngs ir eveniilays' ...

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