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[To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

[ To the Editor of the W?rr.rLLTas uwi CiRnoICLLE.J Srn,-Permit me to make a few remarks on those beautiful specimens of composition which occupied so large a portion of your last week's issue. Both writers seem particularly anxious to bring into di4 repute the Elocution Society's efforts to'promote the recreation of the public of. Williamstown; .but so long as the entertalnments at the Athenteum are conducted with the same regard for innocent amuse ment which has hitherto characterized'the manage ment of that institution, I have no fear of any uni toward result. I cannot conceal my ".surprise and indignationS' at the assumption of the nameless individual: who would try to make the public believe that he possesses "an educatd mid." Only.read: the following ex tracts which afford a fair sample of the style of both letters :-" What wa the world- before Christianity, for Christianity," he says, "isý that which these ser mons treat upon, and is.therefore the object of this virulent atta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

AILVWA, Terminus Timber Yard.-Scotch .LI prepared Flooring,.. , , an ld jI. D. saillie and o'6., 4 Flinders-street east, opposite Railway Sheds, Melbourne. : 41 SAILWAY Terminus Timber Ya rd.-Baltic and HL Lu }ardwbod Quarteringe, 3x. 2 3', 4x 3, 5x3, and 6 x 3. D. Bailic and Co., 4Flinders street east, Melbouriie. 41 ,)AILWAY, Terminus Timber Yard -Best J i Bangor Slates, at reduced prices. ?. Baillie and Co., 4 Flinders-street ca'st Mueliotune. 41 R AIL)VAY Ternlinus Tinber XYad. -Pitch Pine i eatherboarls, 7 and "0 inches :; Linin Boards, i and 1I iliches ;4,5, andO 'fet Paling. ). Baillie Sand Co., 4 Flinders-street east; Mielbomurne .. _41 S L'TES FOR SALE, best Plue Bangor, now l asided, ei~trceccndl Aistralian mWh',rf '-Apply on Wharf, or. at Timber Yard next Degraves's 'hlinders-street, Melbburne. ' 41 . AILIV AY TERMIINUS TIMBER YARD. Deals, solid aid cut, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 x 3, from 10 to 24 feet long . American lumber, P., T. and G. Clear pine'shelving, planed and shot'. De...

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CHEAP OR EXPENSIVE RAILWAYS? [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

CHEAP OR . ElXPENSIVE RAILWAYS ? Ts Legislativ A ysssmy odTuesday night, vance?d?an important step in ithe Raiihvay debate. After a lengthy discussion the House affirmed that the physical foimation of this country is such'that: an:;expensive system of "x5 T ,.,.:*:::?~;: *v~tr4- Railwsys'is inevitable, and it was determined' that they should be constructed ina plain but substantial mannier, the average costper.miile being- estimated at £35,000 and ithe rte of [speed' attainable being roughly statedl at about twenty miles an hour. : Thus, do we hope, to haverdtached the ter mination of ohe of the most important ques tions involved-in-this-protrcted discusion. Since the first meetineof-Parliament the sub ject of " icheap'' or "dear" Railways .hasi at intervals been- discussed in every form, both in the Legislature i nd in the -Press and we shill have no. occasioi'to regret hereafter.the conclusion arrived at; sihceevery possible'pre caution that zeal, partizanship and statesmhan slup....

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

W1iizfistrsowli golli ifnurt. amitL-Asin lDtisoaRni ila.r.On Motday 31stf ultr. William Blake,, was'charged with being drunk on'the iprevious day,-iand =was fined -ten"tshillings. -Thomas Nicholson, charged with's similar fffeance,-vwnsssen tenced to'-three days'hard labour--Thlomas Boman for being drulk on . ttht ~previous `day, was fined ten shillings, or twenty-fourhours' imprisonment;-James -Loiea'was'broght: ult at'this. Court,'on Friday last, chargecdwith :havinglbeeii -dr?ril? on ithe-previous night. The prisoner was ndmonished and discharged, this being, his first dffence.-On the.following day, James Lee Beorus, a.lhbourer, was also charged'with drunkennessl and was admonished and discharged.- Edward Hogg, was, brought ?up,nt this, Court, on Motndaiy last, for being drunk, and wasiiedidten shil lings.-:On theisame- day,. Sami;lu,,t iagton, ka •American senman,- charged. isithl drunkenness. and making. use.ofobscene .language,.was.fined ;?went? shillings. or forty-eight hohrs...

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RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

-RECREATION. - Ssdmebody lio .has not thought fit to as sume a nom .de plume, has occupied abouit twb columns of last eeks issue min the expression of his serpise iindignationI and disappoint mettj at anL article) oun 'Recreatioa; I which appea.red in the Chronicle afortnight..agoi As it it inconvemient to-refer to the -author of a production. nider discussion witihoit knowing his naime wvewvill tiikc the liberty of giving our c6dresonenitodenone; hichl weare sire will suit him admirably: MSuppose then we call hi~i'B;ti and proceecdforthwith to es amine as succinctly ais: may be the epistolary effert-whihStiggins has ipu-t forth4=>, - r The first thing we notice after the "surprise axidd idignation"'is, that accordingto Stiggi we have.for..ourobject the .undermining:of Evangecal Christianity-- will leave this hiowever 'to "thio`last, anitd first .as stainoon possession oftan?. educated mind." He begins the second pargraiph of his letter with the following ''rell-witten seiitence,...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

STREri IUPIROVEMmars.-Ii the report of th$ pro ..eedings-of thee-M.unicipal Council on the 2nd.inst., .hich.we publish in another column, it will be-seen that the Council are about to commence the forma .tion oipaths and roads.in those streets 'where the 'iip~raemnts have been delayed. The Public oks -Committebhas recommended that tenders be invited for the formatios,of paths along the west side of the . dSteandthe westaide of Cetil-street north, the west asidesobElectra-street north .atid the east sidle of Hani ,merstreet. front Thompson-street to.Cole-street; and fostthe sonstruction of roads-through-.Ann-street, - part of Cecil-street, Nelson-place and Ferguson-street. :There can be-no- doubt butthatthese-improvements wiill:be highly satisfactory to parties ,residing in.the --above streets,' who have during-the- last -winter ex perienced much inconvenience from the bad state of their roads. A GIFT.-We underastalid th atS:Staughton, Eq. of-th:Weribiee hids offei-ed to'place thesum...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 2nd September, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Fyfe, Jones, Langhorne, and Stewart. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

Williaunmstown Municipal.CouinciL irene ay, 2nd Septcmbcr, 1857. Present--Tihe Chairman,' Councillors Fyfe, Jones; h ii" Langhorne, and Stewart. , "The minutes of the last meeting were read and eonfirmed. --- ::. ':A letter; addressed by the Chairman to Afrt.Frank Taitersall;-was read. informing him ,that he had been elected to the office of Town Clerk, ahd request ing him to submit to the Conncil the names of two gentleien as his sureties for the faithful discharae of the duties of:the office._ ' :. letter, .addressed? to the Chairman;i:was-'read frii the. Hon. the Chief:Secitary, infoi-iimig the Council that Bye-law No:.22, to impose a rate of one shilling in the pound for the current year. ending 7th Aprel, 1858, had been assented to" bJy tlihe 'Gvernor in Counicil, and -would appear on an..early -ssue of the Gaetite.- The'ýChairmannthen read a letter from Mr. Frank Taitersall; thanking the Council for the honour theyhad' c?aferred ;on hin iby,'electing him Ton Clerkl ind 'suliit...

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Original Correspondence. EDUCATED MIND [?] RECREATION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

.EDUCATEU) MIND1v. RECREATION. [To the Editor of. the 'W? ?.smaarow?vn Cno.se?x.? Ssau-I shallbe obliged :by your inserting in your next publication the following remarks on an article. which appears in last Saturday's Chronicle, purport ing to be a " few words in reply'! to ao article in your previous poblication,'headed "' Recreation,' and as the author of the article I am as1out to coniment on de signates the writer of Recre-tion, as one. having na .senming educated mind,: I presume, he would have your readers believe lie is pdosessed of the genunine article. I will therefore in the following reltrliks distliiguish himn by the ippellation of" the eduented. mnind,'"as'he has given us no other designation by .which to distiisguish him, and not because. I by any Smeans'thilk,; himi entitled to the appellation as you will presently learn. It was not with feelings of " Surprise and Itdigna tion," but with: those of sincere " Grief and Pity ;' 1 read the lucubrations of ': the educated...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

.. : ... . P~ESETATION. .. . On the eveningof the 29th'uli., ad~nputation fiom th various'bodies of. workmen employed.on the~roii way works, at Williamstowi',:waited on W. L.Stoney, Esq., CE., for the " purpose ofpresenting:h im .with an address, and a handsome gold ,watch;:bearing the followinginscription:--PresentedtnW L. Stoney, Esq, bLythe workmen.of thelIelbourne: MountAlex .nder, and Murray River Railway, as a mark ofitheir esteem.for his uniform -kindness andgentlemanly conduct. ?Villiamstown, 1857."--. The address de livered by Mr.,Riiceiw sa s.fllows: : SSt?L I:am. depted .by'my fellow-work~ienn on- the Wil iiamstowne Railnway to eorvey toyouthe expresson c?. their sense of your unpright conduct and kind behsviour as man iger of works. During the last eighteen months you have wen foryourself their respect and esteemn; for tihilst attEd ing to the interests ar your emioyets you have ever treated hose ever whom yeou have- been .plaed with counre.y and kiendnss. 'The establish...

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Wednesday. 9th September, 1857. Present—Chairman, Councillors Stewart, Verdon, Langhorne, Jones, Fyfe, and Eanghorne. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

Vednesday. 9i h Sepltember,,l 8.7 Present--Chalrman,C-!ouncillors Stewart, Verdon, ;. hi:crnie, Jones, Fyfe, and Langhorne. =-The minutes of the previous meeting, were read andconfiried. . Letters; addressed to the Chairman,;were read as follows :-lst. FromnGeorge F. Verdpn, Esq., Chair man of the Athenweum Committee,-requesting that the Athemeum may be exempt from the payment of the local taxation..:-It-wras resolved-that the letter be taken into consideration after the business of the evening was over; 2nd. From the Foreman of the Fire Brigade, relative to the repairsr of;the engine. Referred to the Public Works Committee; 3rd. From Robert Creeke, of :Williamstown;, applying to the Council to reduce the amount of the assessment ofnhis property. The Chiirman explained that it was not in the power of, the" Council to do so-the only remedy was to appedaL Letters, addressed by the Chairman, were rend as follows:--lst. To:*the Msanagerr ofi'the Englisl, Scotehbdand:Australian hartered ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

'LL Notice- . A LL persons baving Boxes or Iuggage Stored -l. -with the-undersigned .areinformed'that.unless the same be claimed, and store-rent paid up, within fourteen days from this date, they will be sold by public auction. . FuA?acI SiUAntT .Williamstown,.4th Sept., 1857.--. .. 40' Wines, Spirits, Bottled Ale, &c; THOS. DUDLEY ,.B EGS rmost respetfidlyto.iinform the- Public of .lL Newtown that' he intends to sell by the Single. Ilottle, at wholesale prices, for the accommodation of irivate Families whodu not require larger quantities. The following is a:Li?tof IPrices - (Wines. Excellent Port and Sherry, 3s. Gd. per bottle. Sauterne, Hock, Claret, and.' Champage, at , equally Low Prices;::'"' . :f Sp: iits. Best Jamsaica Rnm,:s.: d. per bottle. ]2o.'~Dlrtell's:Brandy; 5s. do Scoteh and IrislhVWhiskey; s: do.-: l. ? Schiedam and Old -Tom? of the best birads; - Al. Aes ands Porter. : `" Whitbread's XXX Portcr,andBass'isNo. 3 Burton Ale: on draoght.' , , .:'.': ' : S Colon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

SVi?jtoriar Artillery--. ill_? smstown Di-. «,vision-1l£arine attillery Companies. " REHf follovihg reduced strength of.the above Di 'v ision is published for generalinformation: ,Captain C. Ferguson; Commanding. Captain G: F. Verdon, . Asst. Surg. J. Wilkins, Serg:R.'Piper, Serg. W.- H.Litehfield, SGee..Gallpen. :" -: John Rees, i " Cori ral Robt; Laweon,- 'Corporal R. A. Jones, . -. T Bull, P.)D. Yoin, - ' - C. L. Dobbin,,. " orgeDolas, privateWi C. Reqe , Prvate V. Dnpster ' PF. Jones, -.--t' p. Sutton, . : . SF. AAStratford; D:l` gr: no S-' V.Gregory, "'J Langford, Oiit rd, ° "';ýt HunterC S ?Bee',ngsr H.IJones, e Jciuing, .rilht, ' . Reid, - ' " :D iMei, S r : Stife?, .: . D Rowe,, c. .' I t~"Lr:. aloln iose :.- - : P.-Lloyd. .' S.ry order of the Lieut. Colonel Commandi?g, C:ARLES e n, ,O ciihiCaptain Co CminaiinDg. .-:. ± :-.iThe :Steamer Diamond: ; S:i:.' R: wVIL.LIAMSTOVN, .I leaves the Queen's Wharf, M.elboir-ne, .Daily, at Half fist Ten am'.,and'Fotir, p.m.; and laTesWVill...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

On the 2nd instant, in Parker-street, the Wife of Mr:. B J. MAXWELL, of a Daughter.   Married On the 9th instant, by the Rev. D. Macdonald, at thc residence of E.N. Houston, Esq., M. .D., Emerald Hill, the brother-in-law of the Bride, JOSEPH B. FRENCH,Medical Hall, Williamstown,     youngest son of the late John French, Esq., Chatham, Kent, England, to HARRIET BAXTER, of Lilliesleaf, Roxburgshire, Scotland, fourth daughter of the Rev.David Baxter, A.M., deceased. At. Trinity Church, Williamstown, on Tuesday last, by the Rev. J. G. Medland, Mr. SIMEON TONKIN to Miss MARY ANN SINCOCK, both of St. Agnes,Cornwall, England.      

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The Williamstomn CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, September 12th. GEELONG RAILWAY ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 12 September 1857

The Williamstown Chronicle,   WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, September 12th.   GEELONG -RAILWAY ACT AMENDMENT BILL The Gcelong RailwayCompony is unfortu- nate. No sooner had it been punished for the little liberties it chose to take with private property at Greenwich, than it was dragged into the Supreme. Court by certain house holders; at the other end of the line, whose properties had been injured by the unwar rantable closing up of streets and lanes at the higher end of Geelong. Damages were given against the Compahy, and in order to avert any further actions of a similar kind, they applied to the Legislature for an Act to in demnify them from any further proceedings against them. The facts of the case are sim ply these :-The Company by their original Act were prohibited from crossing any streets or roads on the level, but it was found that without very great additional expense they could not avoid doing so, and they applied for a Bill some two years ago to rep...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN MARINE ARTILLERY DIVISION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

THE WILLIAMS'rOWAP BTAl?iE A?fTIL LERY DIVISION. . [To thie Editor of thie WtILLIAOSTOW CIRONICL..] Si,--As your columnxs are ever open for the pur pose af redressing wrongs, I would with your pernis sion beg 'to'briig' iefore the rotice of " the powers that bCe," Isome of the grievances that the Marine Artillery Divislon of this town are suffering under, but before doing so would give you a brief history of this company, which if not entertaining will perh.ps be instructive to your numetous readers.: To com mence thii, the -Williamstown Marine Artillery Division was first ushered into existence on dhe 24th June, in the year of grace 1856, Captain Terguson the newly appointed captaii of the company, presid ing on the occasion.. Some- seventy members-were speedily enrolled -and attended drill very regularly for the first two months, when after they had obtained their uniforms nearly one-half of them gave up at tending altogether, or if they did attend at all their visits were few and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

Died, On the 18th of June last, at Exmouth, Devon- shire, Major-General G. A.. LITCHFIELD, Retired List Bombay Army, late Commanding First Regi- ment Bombay Light Cavalry (Lancers), and Briga- dier Commanding Frs Class brigade at Deesa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

N OTICE is hereby given that the- Partnership between ihe undersigned IThomas Stewart and Daniel ilacriab Taylor, in the trade" or business of MIerchants and Ship-ehandlers, at 'WVillinmstwn, in. theo Colony "of Victoria under the 'slylo o'br'firm of "Stiewart, Taylor & Co., has been, by inuttnl consent, dissolved, as from the 31st day of July last. ' All debts owiog to thes idh 'latc pnprtnrslip are to be paid to their successors, Messrs: Stewart, Carrick and Co.. who will aloe dLicharge all the liabilities thereof. , " r . Dated this 31st day of August, 18571! T i.?"o a , " ? Siw r.: Witness-;AsoTunSranoe:. .. D. 1,1 Tas'roa. -With referrnce to the bioave Noticeth said Thomas Stewartbegs to announce that the said Daniel Macnab Taylor has retired ine favor' if Mr.'lRobert Walton Carriek, and that the btsiniss will, in future,- be carried on by him,'the said Thomas Stewart and the said Robert WValton Carrick, under the style or firm of" Stewart,':Carricek & Co"' 'Dat...

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OPENING OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

OPENING OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN RAILWAY.— This line is to be opened for traffic on Monday next. The first train will leave Geelong at eleven, a.m., and arrive at Gellibrand's Point at half past twelve, p.m. A temporary platform is being erected at this end of the line, for the accommodation of passengers, and arrangements are being made for the Citizen steamer to come alongside of the Railway Wharf. His Ex- cellency Sir Henry Barkly is expected to be present at the opening, and as we see that the Chairman of the Municipal Council has invited the inhabitants to be present to welcome the arrival of the first train to Williamstown, we anticipate a day of considerable excitement. On Thursday last, we were awakened by the shrill whistle of a locomotive in the direction of the railway, and soon afterwards observed an en- gine coming down the line at full-speed. It appears     that this was the first trial trip from Greenwich to the railway pier, and that Mr. Darbyshi...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, September 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

GlTL-RON h: I-C L-E. WvILLrAM.STOWVN, Saturday, September 10th9, Oun ieadei will; perhaps, have seen that the European :and Australian Royal Mail,Com pariy have entered into negotiations with the Imperial Government, with. a view to obtain ing a relaixation in the terms of their contract. Their.Secretary writes to the:Secretary to the Treasury making proposals; the Treasury officiil writes .to .the Secretary to the Adi.i ralty, .iwho ;ii turn j writes to the o Colonial office ;'and:ultipately; Mr. -Labouchere.sends the whole correspondence, enclosed in :a circu larf Itte, to the Governors y of thl severaL Colonies interested' in tlhe coiitract wit the Company. A seiems.to-.have been conducted in the most approved style of circumlocution, so fir, and red tape having done is best and its worst for the Coxnpanythe matter falls to -bel'tated in a ii'eis'liat'different'manne;r ' TheiImperial Government iivites an expres sion to the Colon qial io onlte proposals of the Mail Cominpany and ...

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Original Correspondence. RECREATION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

RECREATION. [To tha Editoi of the'e TVhi ievow. Cnnowscr :] Srn,--Really, Mr. Editor, if you cohtinne to in -°i"flict enus such: articles -athose'which appeared in your last issue with the word-'t.Communicated"jat- tached to one; "Anti-Cant" to another, and " 1M.S." to the third, I fear you will plunge the inhabitants of our peaceful port into the miseries.of a semi-theologi cal contest, a struggle in which "'no.combatants are 'stiffer." However, you have printed so much that I quiteo:ekpect to:see the customary..editorial notice, "swe must decline, unless paid for," &. . - : It hppears-to.me, afterrenidingthelast'productions, : that they proceed either from'a certain..well-known individual, orfrompersons who are': "confederate togetlier."~ Be this as it inay,,it is of no manner of use that one of them says, the.article of the nameless writer, which appeared in yours.of the 5th.inst.,- was -"poiitless."" Why then- I .would ask, so much suc ceeding t"sound aid. fury~- ..True,...

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