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Wednesday, 28th December, 1859. (Before Lieut Crawford, P.M., and Thomas Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

(Before Lieut. Craferd P. and Thomas Isaac Clarke, wis :charged with assaulting his wifeoin the 27,th inst., by throwing a dish at-her-which-struckher on the left arm. - Mrs.- Clarke" havin" g?~'ted hef comiiplaint, which' was 'upported by a written statement from ~ Dr..Wilkins t6 the effect . that she. had received a severe' blow ; . ' The Bech: boundi",defendait over to keep the peace fnr sif months himself iii' £290,' arid two sureties of £10 eaiu :advising himi at t thesaueiiiEd i t keebp tei~ii??er ii fiture under proper.contiol. Henry Coitrell was broughit upi on remand robdiitieh previous day, on a charge of -irnnk enitss, and on suspicion of being concerned in a robber`f on the platformn iittlihe Geelondfig nJunction- on the day.of the races; he being at theilume tinie in company i ith thieves-and. prostitutes. : i tr: Penttladti'- ppeiredr: - tfi defentde ad? - called Thomas "Stokes, wbho ,deposed that he was it grocer;livini at 46 Little Collins-street east, Melbourne: -de...

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Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

,Post-office Money. Orders. REoLtrLA-6os Fon THnEISS-E .A1 X PAYMEN3 T OF . Posr-OvvlCE Mo?Oe ORBDES.-- s. His Eicellency the Governor with' the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to direct the publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of Post Office Money Orders in the Co lony of Victoria and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations; Post Office' Money Orders may be obtained: and be made pay able at the undermentioned places on and after the 12th July, 18S. . ' 1. Places and time of issue, and payment.-money ordersimay be obtained and made payable, at the following places, viz:- ..- ' S" The Post Office at Melbourne.' Do. Geelong. * Do. Baliarat; Do. Sandhurst. ' ' Do. ' " Castlemaine~ " S Do. " :"'Beechworth.-"" i Do. - ilmr. Do. M-aryborough . '-: Do. - '-Ararat.. S -" ;:Do.: - Pleasant Cre. ek. Do. - Williamstown. " Do. -Portland. - Do. - Belfast. Do:" - Wrnain ;'boo Lbeween' tie hours of Ten a.nm.and Three ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

Dec-mber 247Commonwealth . ship,' l,245 ton; Croaier, from Sanit F-raniEico h- October: 0 e'Active schrn- from Wellingtoni 'Drover- brig; from New castle'Domiiiickb Daly brig: frmi -Port- Louis tZambia, shipr from 'Greenock '15 :th -.September' Maril a, ship aO 9 tons;from'New York lst Sep Decembe 25-Lightning, shiip;1 6S tons. Clarle. from'Laicest on . ...' . - Dehmber 28-: Casar b'que, Sturge, from Ade December 27-Montgomery ship, from Calcutta; City of Syiney, str'. ;, from Sydney; -iebim, schr. fromENewcAstle ;,Annott :.yle; schr.- from'%New castle; Goldseeker sehe., frolnHolindn" Kong;iolra ship, from.Leith . Rebecca, schr.,: from :Billambi; Prince Albert, brig. from Newcastle.: '...": '- , December 28 -Blissama, barque, from Cronstldt ItihAugnst: iExpress., schr., from ieweastle ;E Ha. ilh. ta i-from Adelaide; Queen,.tr., from Port-" land. :. " * " - . ,"- - ..... - • D:ecemhber29Mayfower'ehir,' from T'ort-Fre derick'; ·Euyuie. bah ue from .Maritiis ',Clarend on brig fromn New...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, December 31st, 1859 EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

WILLrAMSiOWNp Saturday, -Decenzber 31st, 1859 :~tai~llre '';^^ tTC4TIO .N TE subject of public education is -well en titled to occupy the theuglits of le gislatora and their constitueints duing the respite -from daly political discussion afforded bythe Christinas holidays.: The existing educational system ;;is admitted to be. unsuitVed to the wants- of - the, Colony, and about it we will therefore say nothing.;--it has 'lready been fully c'ondemed,; and E nly waits the con trivce of 'a .better in its stead to: disappear for ever . n, there are.two Jne sche s befoe the wirld.; r. Fellowsin the upper, nd Mr. Midue in;the lower;House have broug. t forpi be.based iupon one or other or. ret partially uponi each, it'is necessary -that oir rea:ders poiit 'of bothi We 'il eglh?iwith Mr.iFel lows's Bill, and of-it wenimy imake' very short work. It is,: like all" its' 'aitr legislative essays, disgfiured:by compurilsor i and pcnal clauses of -unidue severity. Mr. Fellows, en lightened-and 'en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

Government Railways. THE Parliamentary Committee appointed to IN-   VESTIGATE the WORKING of the RAIL-   WAY CONTRACTS on both Lines, invite persons having COMPLAINTS to make either in relation to the Contractors or the Railway Department, to forward the same in writing, addressed to the Chair- man, at the Parliament houses, on or before Tuesday, the 3rd of January. Each statement must bear the Name and Address of the writer, who will be expected to substantiate his statement before the Committee when called upon. By order of the Committee. ja3 JOHN WOODS, Chairman. Williamstown Municipality. NOTICE is hereby given that the MEMORIAL ^^^ street, and the Inhabitants are invited to Sign the same with as little delay as possible. By order, FRANK TATTERSALL, Town Clerk.     Town Clerk's Office, December 23rd, 1859. 60 Williamstown Municipality TENDERS ARE invited for supplying 30 Lamps, to be _ 1. fitted up and erected on the Posts now ...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

=ews oJt the. lid 'i. ·if A paiisfnl accident occuired yesterdy we'(ek on the Victorian Railway, at a placeab ut twelve miles from Melbourne, to a man, named I'homan Williams, a labourer; he was on a small truck hwbich;.he was propelling on the line, when tihe wheel came .off, and he was thrown violently on the ground; and sustained a fracture of the arm , the limb was subsequently amputated, and the s?-f ferer is now doing well. : X soldier. of the 40th regimcnt, named. Brown, has been committed for trial for assaulti:g. a. poor Chinaman in Little Bourke-stro?t,. Meal hourne, with his belt; there: did not alpenr to ho the slightest provocation on the part of .ohn, who. received a most dangerous wound on the temple.. I was shown some mineral water, says a correspondent to the Castlemaine paper, that had been sent down to Mr. Hodgens, of Chewton, by some friends at Jim Crow. When first opened, the liquid in the bottle had a pleasant, refreshing taste, like seltzer water, or some of t...

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Original Correspondence. MUNICIPAL BOUNCE. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

Oliginal Oort5sponthince. . UNTICIPAL BOUNCE. [To the Editor of the WeLLrousrowa CnRno?cLE.] Sr.,-A paper has just been left at nmy house, signed by one Robert Lawson, request ing me to take notice that unless I pay a half year's taxes in, advance within twenty days, proceedings at law will be commenced against me for the recovery of the same. The paper is printed, so I suppose that every ratepayer who hasn't dubbed up his half-year in advance has to submit to this -bit of municipal bounce. So far as I am concerned the notice is quite harmless." I will' pay the money when I am able, although it is double as much as I have a right to pay, and is demanded in, adance ! Still, I think that when Mr. Lawson asks for money in advance, he should do so civilly, and not to be so fast in threatening people with the law. There are many persons who have a decided objection, to pay money in advance ! They think it enough to pay for a thing when they get it, and expect civility for it even then. -...

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ENGLISH MAIL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

EarGLISHif'AIL ROUTE. TirE following brief abstrct of thetim table of P' & O. Company, as finally iatified by the govern ment, will bo-found convenient for reference:-. ouvrwAnD nonron IONG EwLAND. - A vessel to leave Sonutimpton the 12th of every month, and to reach Alexandria on the 23th or 26th. Mails via Marseilles to leave London on the 15th, and reach Alexandria on the 26th. or 27th. Pas sengers and mails to arrive in Melbourne on the 5th of the second calendar month succeeding, with the exception of those leaving in July,'September, and December, to arrive respectively on the 4th Sep tember, the 6th November, and 3rd February. Steamet to leave Melbourne same" day, and arrive in Sydney on the third following. Time, ma Southampton, 57 days ; a Marseilles, 51.' sHOMElvAPrD ROUTE. A vessel to leave Sydney on the 1i4th, and Mel bourne on the 17th of every month. Mails, via •Marseilles, to arrive in London on the 4tlh and mails and passengers, via Gibraltar, to arrive in So...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

CRICKET. : E?EERALD HILL SECOND ELEVEN V. WIL LIa?STOWN SECOND ELsvEN.-t A:.match 'between two elevens of the above clubs came off last llonday on the ground of the- lottcr, in which the Hillites were victorious by. three. runs,.and 6 wickets to go down. Daish alone auceded in .reaching a double figure (16) for the Hill in the first innings ; and the lost wicket fell for 71, being 26 ahead of their op ponents. Williamstown scorel 61 in the second innings. making a.total of 106.runs, including byes, &o. Barnett and Blackham took the bat for the Hill in the second innings; Barnett was run out after scoring 2 ; Farrell. bowled by Piper; third ball, for 0 ;'Easby scored 8 by steady play,. whenhe.was. bowled by Dyer; Blackham'.out leg before wiclet. for 4.; Daish and lMillidge, not out,. attledoffl12 and 10. respeetivelyin a style that kdpt' the. fildd hard at work, the former making a, splcundidleg hit for 8 off Dyer. Subjoined is.tlie score - " - rst lnnfnigs. Seeond Innings Do...

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RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

RATES OF POSTAGE Tam following order has been issued by the Post master-General :- " In order to pajthe transitthroungh Egyptnews papers sent vie Southampton and Suez, addressed to theEast Indies, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong, China, Australia, or any other country or place lying to the eastward of Suez, will, after,the 31st December next, be subject to an additional charge of.one penny,'making the rates as follow:-Upon a newspaper addressed to the EastIndies-2dwhen not exceeeding 4 ounces in weight; 3d when above 4 ounces and not exceeding 8 ounces in weight; .d being added for every additional4 ounces or fraction of 4 ounces. Upon newspapers addressed toanyof th' other countries or placesreferredto, 2dfor each newspaper, of whatever weight.,. Noalterationwill be made in postage of book packets "sent by this route, as they already pay a transit rate,. nor will any chango be made in the postage of, newspapers sent ia Marseillces, the present charge on such newspapers being sufficien...

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A USEFUL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

·AUsEFUL ifyl.-Wefind thiat the Editor, Proprietor and-Printrufthe Buninyong~T degrap7h fills the follo wixlaituations also :-Town Clerk'; Secretary to the bland Society; Secretary to the Race Club ;-Secetary- tthe Benevolent Asso ciation ; :.Registry- Officekeeper; Sharebrooker; -duse Agint aind Bookseller?.? Whiat' pluarilist!

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RATES OF PILOTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

' iATES OF PILOTAGtE.,., Sailing Vessels- Steamerr and •` and Stleamet ',e eslels towred under sail only. I by Steam. PORT PHILLIP. 2 o.h2 a teh 2 Il. 31 10 2. £ 2 s I. From 'ithot the leads to ;'.le rne or Geetong. a?ntdvie n eero s Cl 0 1 II14 104 2. From within theoleads to elbourne or Gee long. 4 31 30 I 230 21 . From without the r Sleads to outer n chorage Ilobsono'sl BIay? or anehorage at . Point llenry.and vice rversa ..s 42 4 15 3 I 27 0 3 4. Fromwithin thelleads SI.to outer anchorage IIobson's Day or ano choragea atpt. -Henry ~ 10 123 2 01 5.'From without tIr lleads to any anchor tage withinthlle ads and belowr the ean nels and viee eres 1 19 . 1 11" 10 1 10 l . F erom Melobourne to Point : Henry, and viceversa -.- 2s 10 2 5 13 11 ol 1 10 .7. From Melbourne to Geelonog and vice " versa 3 .- 1 3 O 2 1 0 2 8; For each remote from 'one place of anchoragei Stoanother inHobson'l " l orCorionay : 1' S 1 u t 9. From+ Hobson's Ba| to, M-elbourne,, and? . "vice vers. - 2I 5 2 0 23 -...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

To Subscribers. - A: iew Quarteri had-ingC"l ommed~ie c ,our Sub scribers are informed that their contributions will be received either at the Publishing Ofice, Ann street, or by the 'party who delivers this paper: Td'suchias have not yet paid their L s:Qrarter's subscriptions, as well asto those who are indebted to us sundry small pccounts for advertising, we lbeg.tr .state that we .shall: feel muchlobliged= by *theirattending to the above intima3tion atean early Siliscribers irsiding at a. distaico can forwarih their.. subscriptions either in;.stamps or: by post aflice order, Those parties who s may receive the Chron;?le in a colonred 'enelopo,' il understand thereby that they are in rearsr , -and that ,the de: liveryof.the.paper is liable to be discontinued.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

OFFICE, tRnqTni of eoveryy, descriptf onexecute& `at '2-.thooftcd Of . -th i i. ;Winiamst oh Chronicle, In the.,best-manner,' and on the shortest notice. .Bill-heads, Cards, Circulars, Posters; ~nnd-bils, amphlets,. Cheque-books, :Prospectuses, Cata. loge, Forms of. Agreement, Conaotions of Sale, Law Foeins,&c.;,'o th? most reasinable terms. . Notice to Advertisers. We .aouldfeel greatly obliged if adertiseras, who can make it convenient toforward their orders in the early part of the week would lose no time in doing so. Hitherto we have been put to much inconvenience on account of the late hour at which advertisements have arrived, and if this could be avosded, or partially so, our arraingement ,ioid d be greatly facilitated. HOLLOWAYTs OINTMET AND PILLS.--ExTAODI NARY CUon Or EnrTrPrELABs.=-MrS. Emma 'Rowe croft," aged 42, of St. Paul, - Minne'ota Territory, suffered severely from periodical attacks of erysipelas in the face, to which she had a constitutional pre ....

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Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

Post-office MYoney Orders. '.REGULATIONS FOR THE 1551 AND PATIENT OP PPosr-onFCE MONXE ORDEIS. His Excellency the Governor, with.the advice .of the Executive Council, has been pleased to directthe publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of Post Office Money Orders in the Co lony of Victoria; and the public areohereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, Post Office M'oney Orders may be obtained, and be made' pay able at the undermentioned places on and after the 12th July, 1858. 1. Places and time of issue, and payment..-money orders may be obtained and made payable at the following places, viz:- f p The Post Office at Melbourne. D .Do. Geol6ng:. :Do. BallEaIrat.' . .. o.0. . Sandhurst. Do. Castlemaine. Do. Beechworth. Do. : -ilmore. Do.M.. aryborough. - Do. Ararat. Do. . Pleasant Creek. Do. . Willianistown. - .Do. ":Portland;: Do. B: elfast.' ' -Do. ...... Warrnambool. between the hours of Ten a.m. and Three p m., Sunm days excepted. 2. Lim...

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Friday, 6th January, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

Friday, Otha January/, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) -Andrew Rider was charged by Inspector Taylor, of the Williamstown Police, with esta blishing a lotteryupon his premises in Nelson parade, contrary to 18 ici, No. 14, sec. 26. The details of the case having been fully explained by Mr. Taylor, who also read the clauses. of the Act bearing upon the point- Mr. Crabbe, on behalf of defendant, ad mitted the .charge; but stated that his client had not broken the law intentionally, and that he had closed the bazaar when advised to do so.: He (DMr..C.) had considerable doubts as to whether this was really a lottery, inasmuch as Mr. Rider gave an equivalent in every case for the money he received; besides, its was evident that this little affair had been got up more for the amusement of the public than for 'the purpose of gain; he thought, there fore, that the infliction of a small penalty would secure the ends of justice. Mr.: M-ason stated his belief that defendant had offended inn...

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THE LIEN BILLS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

THE LIEN BILLS. [To the Editor of the WTVLTA.Msrow CnnosrcLl~c. : DEAn SIr,-I read your comments last ivteek on the Labourers' and Contractors' Lien Bills 'iith a good deal of interest, but I con fess-that. I. do not see very clearly how the public are to be benefitted by the measure. In the first place, to whom does the word "labourers"; applyl ?Does it include every man that labours with his, hands, or is it in tended only for-those who work with the pick and shovel and-gad I If the former, .L fear there will be .a diflicultyin bringing such an Act. into. operation.; .and. if. the latter, only a small portion (if any) of the working men of the colony will be the gainers.' So fir as I can see -into the matter, this proposed Lien Law is likely to be productive of much evil. If I, for instance, contract with a builder to put me up a house; I-am not to pay the man when the work is .finished until.I have hunted up his lieople,-and. have ascertained whether or.not, he has paid for the l...

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MY EXCURSION TO QUEENSCLIFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

MYpEXCURSIOTN O QUEENSCLIFFE. BY A LOIJNGEI ." "TwAs a beautiful morinigi: Scarcelya zephyr disturbed the. air,--rscarcely a. ripple was 'on the Wave; as I walked down to the Old Pier. There a picturesqueTscenef presented itself. The Samson; gaily decorated- with flags.; be, sides individuals could be heard wishing each other all the coinpliinents of.the season, and, misanthrope though Imay:be,-I .began,to. think that the inhabitants of the much-abused f"fishing village" were a -respectable sort of people,-after all. Upon the deck miight be seen the representatives of physic anrid divinity, publicans and teetotallers, employers and hard working, "h orny-ha-nded-sons of toil,"peter familiases with their olive branches-Willianis town's-handsome danghters and;hopeful sons. Some few minutes after the time appointed offwe went- ". - The people cheered, the wharf was cleared, And merrily we did slip Around the Point;- and dowi .the Bay," And past the oldlight-shlip - - For the first mile;...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, January 4th, 1860. Present—The Chairman (Thos. Stewart, Esq. J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, Mason, La Roche. and Courtis. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

S? nei ~lc ay, January 4r; 1SGO.:. P'resent-TThe .Chairnrmn (Thos Stewart, Esq JP.) 'and Crs. Freyer Mason, La Roche, renadaind lonfirined. - o::,.:- RESPO -?-".:.. - Lette: ,addressed to the Chairman, ,were read as'follow ::- . Li =From B. `Roberts, Esq.,<Town Clerk, Footscray Municipality', in `rely' statn tiat 'the Cduicil wouild'. feel greatpleasuire in co operating with the -Williaimstowif Mufiici ýpalCounucil, iiin-de?'e t6ob air s'a directroad fromn 'ielboi-the throigh- Footscay to W-i1 liam stora . . 2. From J. Moore, Esq., Chief Secretary's Office, pointin_ deititliat -the law requires the *publication" of a detailed statement of the whole,of.,the proceedings of this-Council as wll as receipts and expenditure. .3. From ::B. Robier, Esq., .Town Clerk Ballarat East, ' oenclosing coJpy of petition to the rILegislative Assembly on the.- sibject of£ -the Municipal- Grant-in--Aid------ 4. From-J -Moore;:Esq., (Chief Secretary's Office), with refereinceto the care and-m...

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REPORTS OF COMMITTES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 January 1860

t r ' EPORtTS OF," CO?[fITTES. ?: ::Thefollowi. reports ?ere ?ruglitiup'·d The following accounts were examined, and passed the Finance Committee :--?- - Wnm. Quigley, final reparing roads .. £43 7 6. ro:adEdtl . .lb 2 on 8 0O .J.Rose, jim, Do.tramway,: ....... 5 0 .wilsead ,,a-nccrtby, -'pay?nt: , No. 5,contract, No.. 10 ...... 80 0. 0 SRose, juii., Do. No. 1, bathing fence . " . 3 0 o J. Wilson, payment lNo 1, repair . ing -i ... :- . ' 18 12 ,'6 -Hu Wilson,- final contract ?o. . . 18: 4 0,. G. Morgan, payment No. 1; shell metal 15 0 237'17 0 The Commiittee recommend thattenders be: called for-the formation -of apath-on- the-north side of Cole-street, from Osborne-street to, Twyfordstreet-. . The following accounts were. examined, and passed to-the Finance Committee-: -- G.. Pain, sal T_.. ...£14 11 8 J.. Cunnett, labour....... . ..... .. 4 13 6 SQuigley, ... 4 13 6 S.3 18 8 The following acco lnt-wasre eamined, ian passed to the Finance Conmmittee : . erm and Co: payment No. 1, o...

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