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ANOTHER SNUBBING. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

. ANOTHER SNUBBING.. [To the iEditor of tJWaiaraisiraw COttaocrz.i . Srn;Tt appear bjra3'siyast issiie that the Chair men of the' vaious' mni?icipalities:-aveo all' been gaziietted territorial magistrates.-bTntthattlie Chair. tnan-f thVmnici?iplity lhsiLben gettid-only'as a district'mithikiate, iihd itis in thd'falhtee rthefact; that Mr. Mason was informed his niiame w daiwn as a territorialmagistrate somemonths:back. .. i SWhat conclusion can the people of Williannstowi arrive at, if they do but think of and look into the inatter, but that irristintendd. asa. slight aind ins?ilt to this place, doineintentioatly., though.theaetpedient excuse of its being a mistake mayibe made dse of. ! Mr. Mason, with a foresight and spirit that does him credit, at onto' saath?aough the flimsy intention, and very properly.'rsiiied:it,'adihas-1iken a deter mined stand to place us on-a level at least, with other. m'incipalities, and yet this bein g g'eieie Iknws no ateps have been taken touphold him h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

For ,wdahtof.ttimcly .c- re. .1illiots: bhvd:,ditd f ".i medicabl iond = Dr:. L. L:. SMIW S THRIARLEAEILLS. These Pills cure Bilious aom plaints , Pains in the Head .;iseases of.the.Sto- ..-. oi?iifof-Sliiits much and" Bowels :: 'ersousAffdetious Sicll e I ndaei 'Psin` Sciu"rvy " "Palpitiaions Gravel? lyspePsia ,. '.'Costiueness "- Feersioes - - riy'pletenrnrn B oh n the ~etl -. Flat iene Sous tfdulteimiititorsa . - .-Giddiness Pies Tiher eson i os c ted P rlite obtained fiornd t pro pri tor in itis iild the idiljentolpis a trl an d ideunr d. Pi rare fortilyrmlnowixesi protsi 6,lesincriand toess iAnt ialebecoth is.Medisal Bousarnds holi triaeon cured Siio iT.Gcreatourkc s ftreetyeqstwithritlbern. togue; dis Sappltc..?S?ridr---?MtLBand _ulley, draper, o,&n.. Oi o?lier"vords; fromi-ir.ctihomas. chimistBaystreet. `i 'OR r... of "timely .roe Millions e.....ddo -hisi dlrtiloswe oft otSenelerasted oPillsiasno generaliy reeogmsed. Afier iisiverestroiugld wthe hd Sprejdiccco?;ite;ut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

W; ater.: Water.- ,Water. , -:.; ??unicipal Council Chambers, 3Villamstown, ..... August 21st,-1857. 't HEREBI ' cnvene n Public meeting of the In S,:l?,lhabitants of; Williamstown, for the purpose of Petitioning the Legislative Assembly to'iummediately 4eioioidthe difficulty ivldeihnow exists; preteniting the -:YanY?e1 .Commission'ers bringing the water.from thatsource to ;this town,. the. Meeting to be held at Sthe Ath'uen~ i , Little Nel~onistreet, at Seven b'clock n;:'manTh?ay Eveising'next;.the'27th inst.. :. J,. ,V.L. FOSrET, E2sq:, M. L.A., will attend to ex p pilaii Plhdn l f thelWater Commissioners: 2.- .,As' this edidbjt g?~ntly" affects the interests of; the .town,'a lasge: and influential meeting is .particularl soicited- THOS. MASOuN, J. P.,.Chairman M:C., M -, ., unicipality of Williamstown. Town fler/k. ,..... i tes 'of application, addressed t 'The Worishipful {the Cha-irmana of- the Couneil,.to lbe delivered ait the Coinicil: Chambers,:.Thompson-street,,on or, befor...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 19th August, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Verdon, Jones, Moxham, Fyfe, and Langhorne. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

-Wm?nam? town1Ml.lip.1a Coinmol oe'dnesd Intl, Auust, 1:85 , Presenit- he Chairman, Councilors Verdon, Jones, Moxbam;-Fyfe, and Langhorne. jThe.minutes of the preiious'meetingawere read and confirined. , , Letters, iddressed to Ithe Chairmlanwere read as followsi-. iFrom the Hon.'the Chief Secretary, stating: that: the Government fire engines were" all enigaged,: and conseqienrily regretted that the request made' bythe Council forolne.couiild not: be acceded ti 2 "Fronim Mr. J?H. Mather, intimatling iis intention to run a hackney coaichbetween Gieenwich:Rail wa?y Station and Williainitowni, rid requesting theCouincil to grant him the necessary,per jssiositod ori ou tatl obje-ct.1t Thelerk wa.'insructed to acquaint M-r. Mather of.:the form- necessary- to -be- complied-with in- the obtainirig alicense. :" . ' i-Letteirs,addressed by the Cliairian, were read _asfollows :--1._Tothe Hon.'the Coiom missioner of,.the Boardrof :-Lund-andmWorks, requesting tliat' a suitalble ,selectiont o;f ...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, August 22nd. LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

OHIRON10LCLE. WILLIAMSTOWNV, satw ,tang, so 22nd. - -LABOUR. - FoR. some ~inonthsp?ast public ,opiriion has been undergoing. a:chaiige in regard: to the necessity, for a lreq idrimmediate;addition to the-population.of the Colony,. which was at one time suipposed to ext.h.i bile the har vest operations;.were..:being.carried on, con siderable. difficulty is -experietnced; by the farmers,. :especially in, the W?estern Districts, in securinig assi3tance to tlhe ?d xtent ;required, and complaints were constiantly beinig made in Parliaiiiient and in'tlei public journials that the .crops were. n.danger. of _pern hing 'on the ground: for:.wanti'of hlands to icut:-down and secure them; and while the excitement lasted the Government immi ?ftion scheme was sub 1mitte! totlb A'se3ilyand adopdl 'almost ,without ?dscussion. But before the 3il1 ,swhich was to give effect to the resolutioisihiad been introduced, the change of opinion to' which we ref'ier Iad :alieaddy."takeb&, ?place. ?the ...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

SNOTICELOF MOTION. By Councillor Jones :.To miove- . That at the next meeting of,.the Council, a call of the whole Comunil t'-take into consIderation th -reseinding a resolutionpasbied by'the'?onhii? S=sometimnesince,' to the'effect thatVthe Cothifeil had no power to form orinetal anycStreet tli.t' -had not-been-gazetted apublic-street; and to?i consider the petition~ o; tihe inhabitants of Roaleau-street. .

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

* .:ENGLISH N.EWS. ·RTh dR6ya?Mail.lsteamship? Emu ar?ived'at thiisporidn Saturday last; from Liverpiool after a splendid run of-:fifty-eigh days. She brings thirty-two= days' later intelligence, but no news of-importance. ?The following items are extracted from the papers:--... . A-~U.traii from~:Enzland durine themontl of. MIay, has been 7,959, being an.increase of 5,290 over the corresponding month.of last year. Home News. The official return of emigration from the United Kingdom for the month of ,pril gives the following as the number of persons who have emigrated, and the places to .which they have proceeded :-To the United State; 23,026; Australia and: Now Zealand, 6,086: British North America. 5;028; other places not enumerated,- 318; making a grand total of 35,018 against 20,224 persons in the month of April, 1856.-Ib?d. ITMIoRATON OP THnE LONDON UNsePLOYED.-The ship So?ihern Cross, which left .Gravesend- on May 23rd for New Zealand, had on beoard a large number 6f emigrants...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

IHARLES 1WEDEL:begs to intimate'tht;m inm V complALnco with the -wishes of many of his' friends, ho has' opened, in connection with .the -Criterion Hotel, a distinct.Bottle TraLde Separtment, the leading feature of which is its :adaptatio?` to 7-the requirements of Families iand .Private Consuiners, who prefer puriichasing ,their 'Wines, Spirits, &c.; in-moderat and assorted quan tities, and who desire to obtain theix of- thebest pro curable descriptions. r. o List of Prices. .VINES. Per Dozen: Per Bottle. Port .... , 40s.&50s ... 4s. 5s:.. ,Sherry . .. 36s. & 48s.... 3s. d.,4s. Gd. Dbo., Amontillado-lo .. ,.s.......:r: 68s. ; ". =... .Claret .: . 33. &3Gs.-.. 3. 6d. &4e4, Burgundyi . -. 486. J ...* . 5 hIock .: ... .. 3Gs. . . s. di., G Barsac, .s...- . .,. - 3.',.; ,s Gd. Sauterne ...; 3Gs. .. :.. is. Gd. ?'parkllisng no . s..... . • . 'Muscatelo 60s. G . .. Gs. Burgundy . 606 .:. ... G.s; ,Champagne Qrto-s., 50. . 5e.:_ ..:.. Do. Pints ... ...

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Original Correspondence. MR. MEDLAND'S SERMON. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

S: ,AIR.?EDLAND'S'SERMON. E To theEditor of the WratLLis?ITowi CncdtosxcIL1 Sriit, Ih the letter, signed" Observer,'' published ih your last issue, I find the writer saeahl of an "te.roheous dad ahischievoss "impresstdn "casdsd by the Rev. 'Mr. ifedland's sermon ed'the jarable'of the Injust steward ;-'I beg to' statei for his" iniformation,.' atd' for othuirs also, who may have read ," Observer's"' letter; that the impression convbyed by the sermob in question'iwas this,--that while " whild the children of'this' world" do not mike a right uke' of that God lias 'intnsted to their care, our diSitie Master doiuld tuach his disciples how to empilby their portion of this world's godds to the best advantage, viz., by "i?iaking' to'themselves friends of the Mammon of unrighteous ness.?- - SI thinkl have read in the Scriptures of those who " make'avs·ntn'noffender for a word." I recommend " ObaerOer"'to fihd this pasdage;,and carefully to think it over,.togethller with the words connebted w...

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OUR WHARVES. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

OUR WHARVES. [ To the Editor .of the WvxX7tZeirtow' Ci onosci.] sein,± YzThe "coreieotin'-t *' S ' en as letter which ippeared in your' last'wel's"issie,' wortliy of the considei~tih of the Williaiistdmdit'comninniisity, pointed out that we werie lbbiit tob' 'iiisltd by the introduction of convict ']diiLur to go o??iiith an? com plete the Ann-street" 'rrlarf;"where 'it appdrs, :the Government intends to employg bur five .tlionsnd pounds grant with their issistarnce, 'cobtrary to the wish '?tlie iinlisifantsof thliiitown' 'and, i'ttheime time recommended, that?'iper?an~ie:ti comitthe be formed to keep their eyes on thlid ini?poant object. The late-" spasmodiC effort' apoearp to have ex hausted Williamstown, and left it coihpletely pro trated, Ind as no steps appeared to ve beetake and asn no one appears' t have bhdtiriied hil?sifiahout it, I beg, 'Ir. Editor, toake a fea fiarlst ' o' the subject: * About the.time" you were last Rging to pres, our member'ased-ithe Gover?ment, in accor...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

Williamstown Police Court. ASSAULT. — Patrick Deegan and James Power, who had been several times remanded, were again brought up on Tuesday last, charged with having violently assaulted one John Howard. Mr. Pentland appeared for complainant, and Mr. Miller on behalf of the prisoners. The complainant said that on the morn- ing of the 11th inst., he was walking down Steve- dore-street, and on passing Power's door, the prisoner nodded to complainant and requested him to go round at the back of the premises; that he (the complainant) having done so,entered the house, and while engaged in conversation with Power and his wife, Deegan stepped out of an adjoining room and seized complainant by the shirt collar; that he (complainant) pushed the prisoner aside and requested him not to interfere with deponent again ; and that Power then left the room, but shortly afterwards returned with a pickhandle, when deponent received a severe blow on the back of the head which stunned him.--Thomas Linto...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 August 1857

Da. MACADAM's LEctiuE. The third Of a series,oflectures on electricity, magietism, &c., was deliveredt e.last".,evenino?: atl, thq Athenaium, by Dr. 'Mchntdam "T1e' i t?ture Cmbracedh"asic"h :.istam,.` "'ýid" 'iiimal electricity,' iu raled.byfi?,experiments, dian grams, &c., and was listened. to iwith.great attention, and':nppeared -todgivekthe lutttiost satifactioin. ýiNext"Friday'evennrie'itliel lc ture will be devoted to" ;thed?consiteerationiof voltaic electricity, electrotyping,. &c.,. when their will- be an exhibition,.by'tle hid, of a new and-powerful hppl'ratus; ofthliat'iitenely brilliant andliitivel source o.f-illuiitiiMibon;the electric.: light.- j This lectuire, iihich li fas delivered by, Dr~lMacadam.at theillechanics' institution, Melbourne;:on ?Monday: ast"-i and repeated on the folliownliThliursay~ ntitfried' considerable attention,-so .much ..so ,_aflit large numberso, fersons, .wholhiappened-ito come a fei 'mihutes behind- timer.were:unable ...

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DR. MACADAM'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

De. ?LACADA.'S ;LEOcrns-.- r. M?acdamn de liveredhis fourth lecture, at the Athenieum, yester day evening. Althouigh the weather was extremely unfavourable a larger number of persons were pre sent thin at any other previous lectures of'the course. The lecturer commenced ,with a brinef statement of the particulars in which frictional electricity difibred from voltaic or galvanic electricity-'-and sliowed, that while in the first the electric current is only superficial, the latter permeates the whole substance afl'cted byit. " After illustriting. the chael cteristiai of voltaic electricity by various iiteresting cxpcsi inente, Dr. LMacadam conchided Iis lecture by the Sexhibition of the electric light, the brilliancy of which ive can scrcely describe; but will leave our readers to imagine how intonse it must have been to throrv a slhdow from: the flame of a candle held be tween'it and the wall. At the conclusion of the lec: turd Mr. Mlason solicited a repetition" of it for the benefi...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

NOTIiopF "MOTION;.'' 'Bpythc Chairmann.To'ino6-ý ' 'That thb petitiom;of :·ii'jIWi:ilm Wfliams be con '-) siderod atthenextmectig::f. a'-i ft.. - : , aJr,:·

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

Birth.     At Williamstown, the 22nd instant, the wife of CHARLES FERGUSON, ESQ., of a daughter.

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 26th August, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Stewart, Moxham, Langhorne, Verdon, and Jones. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

W-~ IUat M stown MniEctpal'Coimoi - d. . . Jaedday, 26thultAugust 1857. -. Present-The Chairman'i Coluncilloi'SStei arit Moxhaim . laornoe, Vedon," andJones The minutes dfithe previdusmeeting were read anId confirmed.':*, '; L etters; addressed to the, Chairman, were read as follows :I-l-From the Hon. the Chief 'Secretary, in reply, statiiig'tliat t he appclic? ' tion for, a place of- depit fdr :bodies awaititig' the coron-r'-s inqutiatld, licereintraisf'ferried to.' thld Hon. thieAttorney Gieinera .2. From ?tll 'Hon. -the Colo6mial-Secretiar statin-"tiat .. distriblitionof the sum voted bfy-tlhe "isla tire -Assembly.-in aid of th.e seteralYn munici pailities had bgen, -made .and thiat: the s'ism of £3,4481.18s. 2d. had been a'pportibned tottlie Muhicipality bf.Willi:ianist6,i;'" f'ond-t-lie iMunicipali.tyiof.nerald Hill, requesting the co-opratiOnof; theo?uncill of Williamistoivn in- the petition:-about being:presented to the Legislative Assembly on the subject "of:Midi nicipal End...

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PUBLIC WORKS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

Sr!t . P U I: . p. 3ItC VWOKfiSS'." STo te Editor of h .VI ili a .sT0wS Cisnosxcsc.1 Sin,-In last t ntuSaoa.rliarg s .Arg-us ppqred ,und'er. each other, Two'Notice`so'Qucstions to be asked.the Government by the lion. Members, to say the least of'the1m suggestive, and not altogetier unconnected' witl tlis plact. One by }llr. Smith; to al, Ifthei Government intend to construct a direct: road froem ayi street, Sandridge, to the River -rrTa ?' The other by Mr. Moore, " When is.it intended to coni iiioe!co the erection of .the Court House and Post Ofbifat Castlemaine?" " . . , iThie ,juestions. are, forcibly.,suggest'ive of: simllar' wGrks required hero iid tong since: expected;'but wvhichi; up to the presenttite, do not appear toharve Ibeei'bb ined or advalced much ;i nd of what steps. have begn taken to obtain these wants ?:,l Formerty. ?iidiididge asked for the. moderate. sium of'! thirty .thousand pounds to finish` their; pier, andnliave:-obh anined naiood slidceof it, The'yiei..h ar...

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DR. MACADAM'S LECTURE. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

DR hýEa CADAM'S `LECTURE. __ýý [To ithe Editor of the WILLIA5sTOwn Cioovno Lz. Sr,--On Fridiy evening, the 21st August, Dr_ Macadam delivered the third of-a series of six-lee ,ture.supon the subject of electricity.. Thin lecture was quite as interesting as.the two former ones, and,. from the increase of the audience,.it appearsthatthe generality of our community arabegining to-form a higher appecaiation of scientific entertainments than theyr hde hitherto: done; any eulogmium passed upon 'a gentlemai ivhose character as a popular lecturer is so firmly and extcnsively. established, ;may be cot-: sidered superfluous IllBut smen it:is a fact ?that our 1 ?i?na could supply.a far more spumerous,.attendance I tian it does upon:.these :occasions,. I am persuaded that too much cannot besaid, to invite, the attention of the nonattendant, hlckgroulrdportion of thecicoi ,siinity to induce.:them toicome-forward and-avail themselves of such favourabl9 opportunities of having their mindd'enlightr...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

DnuRSi a'o DSORDEREL. -Jaoic :MYoVeiirand h7om'ias GaZ?inn, were charged beforo :Messis. PAsco, Mison anid Vetdon, on Friday last, withl beingdrulik on;the previoun day,,.and~-rere earlch amonished Anid discharged.- Per? i; fd:.Clusk,- described. as?a labourer, was charged before Lieutenant Pasco, on 'aturday last; ith, being diunk-in the palic? streets. "'he prisoner, who; bad a largo sum. of money.on his person when- taken into custody, was fined twenty shilling.J-.Tamgs F'ergusons charged w:\ ith drunken= ness at this Court, on Mlondaylst,wa andindonished. On the following Wednesday, John Broswn adid James Johnson, , were,: brought up; before Messrs. Poasco. Mason and Verdon, charged with ddinnkenness;'and were each'fined fire shillingsc-yilliam.?Pulllanfs;a: shipwright, charged "t thhi Cdurt; ou Thuisday last, wilh being drunk on the-previous night, was ad monished nod .?ischared: . -- ;LswhKHINa WTIOUT A°: LT.TCse..- Jolh Gridley was charged before iLienst. Pasco;,on:Suatrdaq l...

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A BABBLING SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 August 1857

A BABBLING SPRIIUNG A dirty Spring from out some dirty basin ":With fulsome praise bespattered Thomas Mason,.. And dirty water splashed on sundry others, o "Who on the Bench are Mason's legal brothers -In fact this dirty Spriig has sprung a leaf"," And pumped up bigy water, so to speak,: Vith which he seeks to injure the fair fame Of men who value most-an honest name. .If thisis s all the good you can indite Upset your ink 'and break your pen outright ; And if with mud you must stain everything, Y You should dry up ! dry up 1 you dirty Spring.

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