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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, September 26th. MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

CIKRONTICLE. WILLIA .1I1 TO VN, Saturday, September 26th. MUINICIPAL ENDQVMENTS. THa extension of the principle of Local Self GovrnmtentLforms one-of-the chief lid most important .features of our progress,-during the last f?, years. There' is something in the concession to localities of aright to,manage their own affai which commnends the system to -every Englishman; and reconciles. himn to the payment of taxes which othderwise would be felt ais burdensome and oppressive. .The example set by the inhabitants of Emerald iTrill':, has been followed throughout the, coiuntry, and every month serves to develope amongst us that love .of independence,, and that, desire to have a direct voice in' the managemenit of local concerns; which- have constituted the leading" characteristic of British'.people since- the : day- wihen" it was Pnally adopted-ias isacred principle of our Constitution that .no man- should. be taxed except by his:representatives. } In practice, the experiment of. Municipal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

u-nicipaitty of Williamstow . SNTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Bye-Law S -No. 24, of this Counicil, to prevent Encroach '- :meats on the Public loads, Streets, and Footpaths, and to compel the removal of Buildings, Fences, or other Erections which do now or may hereafter en croach on the same, will be exhibited in the Porch, at the Council Chambers, for the inspection of IRate payers; until 5 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday next, -..Othinst. BY order, " . Fa?S T.c T v.asAL, Town Clerk, -+. Munia patl Council Chambers, : ..Villia,,tolu , 25tA Sept.; 185i.: : . ; Municipality of Williamstown. ' Notice..: .: - LLPERSONS intending to purchase land in " .' + this M~unicipality, are requested to ascertain whether any rates remain'unpaid upon the same, as She parties so purchasing are liable-for the whole of the rates that may hsve accumulated thereon, ac cording to the 18 'ie., No 15, Se.'32. By order, SFiRANK TATTr~ n ALL, Town Clerk. ~ Williamstouwn, 18th Sept., 1857. . 43 . " Municipality of ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

-o Correspondents. : No comnunication lhenceforth wiltl b inscried unlcss authenticated by the name.and address of the writer. Correspondents are requested to write on one side of the paper only.

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RAILWAY WORKS, &c. To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

TIAlI.WAY WORKS, &c. To the Edftor of ithe Wi.LIA.?rTOws CnnoxciE.:' Sin,--'The writer was at Melbourne a few days :ince, and visited Batman's Hill and works. The late uiemployed.were ,then at work on forming the ground. About" 450 men -were at work, and 150 more near the Crown Land's Office. for the same purpose,-the fIbmation of the ground for the railway station; warehouse., &c., at Batmain's Hill. Sir hundred nien at.work, probably more. may have been put on ince. With such an amount- of labour em ployed daily, the ground as may be supplosd, was rapidly being formed nod beginning to assume exter: sive dimensions, and by the time the amount voted Lr the Legislature, £25,000, is expended, no doubt a very large space will be filled in, levelled, and ready for the necessary stations, wareh?ousel, or. any other purposes required.- The thing is going on, evidentl-, with system; by plan, and with regularity, and for a purpose. - ere, no: doubt. the Government hiavci the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

OF'. $RIATi S :9I-Bý'ET1E3EZR G~rOO]» 21, iROUItKEIe STREET, MILBROURNI , Reg to intimate to their Friends nod thie Public gencrdly, that they are now Showing a complete" Assortment of Spring:and Summiei" Goods, ex Royal Charter, Themnis, Marco Polo, Titan, nrid other S: ecent arrivals; being ... THE; LARGEST AND :BEST ASSORTED STOCK:OF DRYY . GOODS: EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS' COLONY; ('nmprising New Silks, Robes, Fancy Dresses. Shawls, Mlantles. Mhillinery, Straw Bonnets. Hats, - Ribbons.':Flowers," Feathers, Laeis in. Honiton, Mlultese and Irish Point Collars, Sleeves,.?&c. Parasols, Gloves, Ihosiery, Haberdashery, Utderclotlhing, BabyLinen, Firnishings,:Smallwares. &c. Having spared neither trouble nor expense in securing evejy iio?eltyiproduced' this season, suitable for. this lMarket. nud-having been expressly selected for tho Citytrade, by a Special-Buyer,'in'London and Paris, Ladies may rely upon meeting with a combination of elegance and taste ut this establi?h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

Municipality of W_ lliamstown. ".ENDERS are invited for supplying One ' thousand Eight hndred Cube Yards of Broken Road 'letal; Five thousand Eight-inch Pitching Stones, and Two thousand Six-inch Pitching Stones. Specifications may be seen and forms of Tender oa obtained at the Council Chambers, Thompson-street. The 'Tenders- must be delivered at the above Chambers, on or before 4 o'clock, p.m; on Wed nesday the'7th instant, addressed to "The Chairrmast of the Public Works Committee." Tenders. not in the printed forms will be rejected The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By order, FRANK TATTERSAjL, Town Clerk. .Municipdal Council Chanbers,. IVilliamstown, lst.Oc, 1 " 0cC., 1857. :Murnicipality of w liamstown. .. 1 .. -'v . - Notice.- -» -: - A ' this Muonicipality. are requested to ascertain' whether any rates remain unpaid .pon the same, as the parties so purchasing are liahie for the whole of the rates that payhave accumulated th ereon, ac cording to the 1 Vic., No 1...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, October 3rd. MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

IC¶LI RONJICIE. - IvzLzLIA .usrTO~_'vaLua ay,..ctber rd ... .: LUNImCI~PI ?ENO..0wN i s:.-. :T . TmE Hooi.-Meinber for Williamstown brought fonrard a motion in cthe Assembly, a few nighlts 'ago, which elicited fromix tlieTreasifrer i replr culeu ted to renider doubtfu ithe suc cess of any moeinc nenii fivo~rir of ai perm?a ncnt pecuniary Enidowmenh t of Municip'lities. .I o FosTmR'S motion had -no direct' rcferenc to this subject, relatinias it did merely to: the neccssity of meeting threqrcuirements of the worlcine classes by grantin" money to Muni cipalities in anticipation of the votes for 1858. But the Treasurer oppobsed .tlhe motion, and his reply goes to show that he does not, con sider the duty of providi? - the w.ays and means for the ensngyetar' acithera pleasant or easy task. "It was too much to-expect", he said, "inzth.'ninth month of the' year, and " after additional estimates had already been vboted to ,llay immediate want the GT iern 'nient could. aupport a proposition...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

'resb Arrivals of Spring - and Summer: Goods, Ex Marco Polo,.Commodore Perry, Donald.McKay, and others now lnsting. B GeXT: 'E.. L'?iL E? ' B?EGS to annoncee to his customers and to the iJ ihabitnts of Williamstown geerally,:that he has just received a fresh supply of New ,and Seasonable Good Consisting of Llama and Tissue Barbge Shawls Summer Cloth. Silk and Velvet: Mantles French Glace Silks in New Styles& Light Shades VWashing Silks, 35s. the dress : ' Ladies' Dresses in Chlilie and" Double Berheeo Clioice Assortment of Light Muslina of the Newest and most Elegant Designs Children's Chalhe Dresses d. Pel?sesnin great variety ?hrs-Girls' Bro.Straw ? "s 04 4s 5d 4s 6d "" Drab " - as 04: 3s 6d :Ss 6d SLadies' 3 6d '4s 6d 5s 6d TaceAx-lnfants' and; .Girls': .- Od 6sd G:Ts '6d -:8?s6d ...TaRusD-Do. do. :' :"" lOs fidl'.14 -6d 2Q 0 d BoUasars--RusticStraw2s 6d 3s 6lid-4s- d s a 6d S Dunnstable 3s'Gd 4s Gd as 6d Gd -:Rice,'Tuscon; &c Spncyv Straw, and others SIiLsaiER--B...

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Epitome of the News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

Op1zitonle of the .3eu oJthfe (tOrdli. It.?was decided in the Legislative Assembly, on Thursdiy'last, that the House should ad journ on:the following' day; until Tuesday, 3rd November. . On Saturday last, thile Victorin war-steamer left Williamstown for Sandridge, where she took on board fifty=four of: the unemployed for the purpose of conveying them toWarrainm booL The Victoria left the Sandridge railway jetty about three, pi.m., iid piassed the heads about half-past sia-. A murderous outrage was committed at the ChineseCamp, Avoca, a few day ago, on which occasion a dispute having occurred between two Celestials, one of them took up a pick and drove it into the head of the other The offen der was immediately secured. We regret to add that the. recovery of the wounded man w's considered as hopeless . A curious case of " sticking up" occurred a few nights ago, near the Exhibition :Building, in Melbourne. An omnibus had started from the City, about ten o'clock, .with only one passeng...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 30th September, 1857. Present—The Chairman Councillors Stewart, Langhorne, Jones, Fyfe, and Moxham. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

Williamiatown; Municipai l Council. =,WedIneidaoy S September, 135i 'Kresent--The Chairman;. Councillors Stewart, i Langhorne, Jones,iFyfe, and MIoxham.... The niinutes of the previous meeting were Letters, addressed, to the Clairman, were read as follows:-1. : From tlle Town Clerk, e?i?dhworth, acknowled~ing receipt of circular, dated 9th inst..;` :Fromnithe Tow?n Clerk Emerald Hill, ' cknowledginrgYeceipt of letter embodying the viemws of this Council relative to Municipal Endoswments; .. Letters;,.addressed by the Ghairman, were read assfolloivsI:--1. To the Hon. the Chief Secretary,. calling attention to the11encrioach inents i?.liich iare ieinl~imade on the Strand; 2. To the Hon:,the President of the Board of -Land and Woiks, callini attention .to letter, ilated 9th April, requesting tthat posts might be eridt'ed at tihecorner of the streets to dfihne the.width of the paths.. r .. The Public Works Gommittee fumished Report No 18 as follows -- he unicipal Surveyor Ipresented-acc...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

S % tiiamstoiwn W oli.,' : ourt. : DRUSNK AXD DisnnniDERll'-On Saturday last,. "female, named, .ary Eli.. was brought up iat this Court, charged rith being drunk, creating a disturb. ance, and inaking ise of obýcetne language.. lThe prisoner was reprimaiided, niid fined ten shillingis. Oni the same day'. Daiiil Tomlin, a hibourer, was bronght ill at thisLCouirt,.on warrant, chirged with using threatening lanigi` ge'towards'his wife and with having assaulted her,. ,The prisoner after being cau tioned against repenting the offence, wes d!ischared from custodyl-On Tresdai last, Dboulas Botl.hvick, a senman, belonging to the:ship Suflolk, wes charged with heink drunk and insubordimate oP board the above vessel, and was sentenced to one month's im prisonment and.hard labour.- On thesame day; James Snith, a labourer,.charged wiih drunkenness, was admonished, this being his first offence-On Wednes da. last,,a man named ,William ?Aubrey,' alabourer, .was charged at this Court awith being .d...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

TaE.. SstrA,-rox.-We .learn from the daily journals. that.. several cases of small pox' have o curred in Melbourne during.the week, and we there fore take this opportunity of impressing uponparents, and.guardians the-necessity of having their children vaccinated, if -they have not already done so. D)r. Wilkins is the medical officer for this district, who, we believe, performs tile operation on certain days of the week, free of expense. The law of this colony compels parties to have their children vaccinated within three months of their birth, under a penalty of five pounds; and- we believe the Government is determined to enforce the observance of this measure. It is also recommended that all adults who have not been vaccinated for the last ten years should again have the operation performed, asa matter of security. hMELAFCnOLTY ACOIDEnT IN HOBSONS .BBAY.--On Tuesday last, during the gale which visited .this port, a sailing-boat-belonging to Williamstown, having on board Captain F. ...

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Original Correspondence. THE PROPOSED RIVER AND HARBOUR TRUST. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 October 1857

Originat Correspondence.         THE PROPOSED RIVER AND HARBOUR TRUST     [To tee Editor of tie sizrw stvowsv Cemnomsre.v] Sn,--I was exceedingly amused ist week.whil.t reading a communication id your journal purporting -tobe a correct interpretation of the resolutions ar rived at by the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce. at a'e4ent meeting held'for.the purpoose of considering the propriety of forminga River andjarbour Trustl. and I 'mast say that ,the ersion. given by, thie'witer is such that, had he been gifted with tihe liowei?of lninowing 'te secrets of tliose men's hearts he could not have exdlained their mraning better than he did. - It_ is quite truet that there are many.individuals who foolishly built large and extensive warehbuses in Flinders-street auid its vicinity withorut the slightest regard to the interests of-the Colony. and it is also true tlat'these individuals have the effrontery.to call -up...

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STANZAS ON RECEIVING A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE OF ROBERT BURNS FROM MR. CONROY, SEPTEMBER, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

STANZAS ON RECEIVING.'A .BEAUTIFUL PICTURE OF ROBERT BURNS"FBOMI MIt. CONIIOY, SEPTEMBER, 1857. This picture Ef Burns, Dear Mlr. Conroy, Is the:thousandeth proof of thy friendly regard i Few presents could yield me'such unmingled joy As this representation of Caledon's Bard . While Erin I love, as the land of.,my birth, ' Whose heroes and bards istand unrivalled in fame, Sinfe Burns' sweet lyre resounds.o'er. the earth, -: Admiration's just tribhte I pay to his name. On the Shannon's green banks, in the summer day' S- noon, . How oft have I read with enraptured delight, Twa-dugds, Tam O'hasnter, and sweet Bonnmiy Loon, Hollow E'en, Holy Fair, Cotter's Saturday Night. l'oft heard while I roamed the green meadoows along. The voice of some rosy-cheek'd nymph of the dairy, More6 sw-eet than skylark's wild nature-taught song; As she sunig charming " Nannie" or : "Dear Ilighlanid Mary." Bibernie's seet bard,.the "Anacreon Moore,' Though his melodies rival the strains o the spheres. Ne'er ...

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A SCENE IN THE ATHENÆUM ROOMS THE MORNING AFTER THE MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

A SCENE IN THE ATHENEUM ROOMS *:-THE -MORNING AFTER THE- IASONIC BALL. " " ; ... Son of the moning, rise, approach you here.-B3ron: Teetotalism, rise, approach'you here '; ' TCome from thy watertauk and iew this scene, Behold John IIarmless our brother der, " Who 'till this hour had strict teetotal been. Ala]'! It was some ill-plariued joke' wTteen, W hich thus hus laid qur uilelcss btother low. Who could hasvethought hhd' li so "jollpygreen " A*sto be' conquered by the subtle foe. TwhcMr??r. Moihamd ' ed thhiih y it i xtore''. ýWbica l it khilnflt, a horibijutal :.;r:; '`J W

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, October 10th, MR. FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

YW rznLTsro vvl Saturday; October Othb; 'Ix=seems our? member is about.to desert us. Well, we will-live 'after he'has gone, and per liaps not ?iss nim.very much..' ;He never wae a'trepresenta tive to our liking, and we nel pretended. to entfetain a very :cordial reg for?him as a Parliamen~ t nman. This.we stateJ plIinly enough on one or two occasions, and gained some little ill-will. by it. On another occasion wheni som- of our townspeople were :, little mnoire exating. and peremptory with ~iimthanli ve -thought, all things considered, they, had -a right tod be, nwe `expressed our opinionbifrailily to that effect, and we gained some little: ill-will .by that too.. But in each case:we spoke the honest truth, so: far as' we could get at.a knowledge of it by .careful ob servation, and we cared little, though by a few persons and for a ti?e we mightl?e mis understood: That Mr.. Fosterhad made up bu niihdto: leli e Colony -beforehaehjadh?S little matter 6f fouir thobisand-poinds in wha h...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

Dri~ s ND N ,DIoRDEn Y.-O n 1'Friday last, Richard fason, a seaman, 'as brought up at this Court, charged with creating a dis turbance outside the Police Courit an assault ing C6oistable .Adais. aid'te.1ain? uniform jacket.. This being the prispner?. flrst,offence, .hewas admonished 'nd:discharged upon pay mendfi- the diamage done to the-epolice?nan's clothi;es.-On the samie ' day,' '? ? 1 r . .Stewart, a labourer,- charged wi'thbeing dranik, was: admonished,- this-bej g -hs first offence.-On- Saturday last, :Jdoh. Doolan a l jabdurer, was chiarged with a himilar ofence, endewias adionished and dis hiar"ed. this be ing his first offence.- Gergepltey, a seaman, appeare ttius Court, on ' Monday last, charged witk ;beliog dalnlskinthe - streets of 'Waiianistown' on the-previous. fternoon. The prisoner was flinedfive shillivngs. ' " .OnsaurT i -THE- oiLE. -On Monday last, TrWilson Ba nes, a' seamri 'an as charged "with obstuctin "and?lreistiig the'Poli ce'. ;the discharge of -their; dut...

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Original Correspondence. THE PROPOSED RIVER AND HARBOUR TRUST. To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

THE PROPOSED RIVER AND HARBOUR TRUST. "' 9 thec Editor of the ý'ILt.v.srOwr. CiRONICLE. Sir,-I on much gratified that in giving the true version of the resolutions of the 5lelbourne.Chamber of Commerce I hoae elicited a.republieation of one of the most modest documents that has ever emanated from a body of men palpably banded together with a 'view to promote their own interests as a cloas. J al- Inde.to the list of requirements of that august body, the ;:lclbournec Chamber of. Commerce, for the for mntion of a Harbour Trust for.the. "port .of-.el boui?oe,''ns drawn up by them and.repentedly pressed n the. Government; within the last three. or'.fotir Syears, :a perusal of which .has.qgit~istonished me. Before readingit I had no idea tiftOifdt etent patriot. i m and self-abnegation would go.._ 1.lat Mr. Editor, allow the (Government to ippoint two, sanid the Legis tive-Council twoumore, outof only, cighteen nienibe'r of the projected Harbour Trust t. Prodigious ! Who would have though...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 7th October, 1857. Present—The Chairman (T. Mason, Esq., J.P), Councillors Stewart, Verdon, Langhorne, Fyfe, Jones, and Moxham. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

wlyedneeday 7i i October, 1S57.. Preseint-Thei Chairmlin (T Masons Esq., "JP), Councillors Stewart; .Verdoni, Langhorne, Fyfe; Iones, and Moxhain. - The miiinutes of the' previous meeting were read and confirmed. ,Letters, addressed to the : Chairman, were iead as follows :--1. Trom the President of; Publlec-ImnLd-ald iWorks; in reply,-concerning, the ereitioi of posts at the corners of streets, and: informing. the Chaimain n that- his com munication should receive attention; 2.'From; the same, 'iii 'eplystating thattit was not considered necessary to erect a morgue in this locality; 3. From the Chief Secretary, stat'ing that- Bye-law No. 23, authorising the affixingi of metal plates,orbodards;in front of houses, to denote --the.names of streets, had beein as-' sented to:by His Excellency.. 'Letters; 'addressed "by the: Chairman, were; read "is"follows 1 -To fessrs.' J" and "P. asli, infornimng tliln that thliir tendcitfor 1000 yards'. obrokendd etal,at; 6s. per cube yard had been a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 October 1857

Fresh? Arrivals of: Spring and ',j `11gummer '0Goods; .s Marco Po lo, Commodore Parry. tresald Ite:oy. and others now lamding. - B EGS to announce to his custoinerh aiod to the ý .inhabitants of Willinimstown.generally, that he has just received a fresh supply of ..ew and iSeasonable & Goods, Ladies' Dre-ses ihn Chilid ocl Double Berbee' Choieo`Assortmnent of Light Duislins of the Newest a Mand most Elegant Designos i 6 - Act S Children's Chldie Dressest, Pelissesin great variety "Hai-Girls' Bro. Straw 'sO d 4s ad 4s Gd ' , Drab' .-- "" :So 04: 3s ad s?s Gd Ladies '''-'' s _"'r (3s Gd-'4-s6dzb s?Gd F Glrh's* GoOd Gs Gd is Gd So Gd T1'soseiMu ZD-f do l OsU d 14s Gd 20s Od orisi sli-:?hastic?trw 2 6d 3S' G:id 4s Gd ,: 5ss Gd -.. t Dut· i tali. '"''3s Gd 4stGd 5 s,6d 4 7s ':Gd Rice; "ipieost &e :. ,? onienv ?o ?dothe rs 1 hLtin -B0lic t+lsnd Caps~ made 'n ;the premises tos etdert s;Ll . ;Feathers,? Flowers, Blondi,and Lacns re'; · i 2s 4Od `3s s s 4s Gd onZoi .s d Oil a...

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