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Thursday, 8th March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

.Thursday, 89 Jtarch, 1SG6. (Before. Lieut..Crawford, P.M.) . SJohn Quinlan,. Sani iel 'Tunier, Geoqe Canipbell, and i Abi a ar Saunderi, seamen be longing to thel ship Gertrude, alppearl.before the Court,on nwarrait, chaired with desertion. Sentenced to eight'weeks' hirdlabour ; the Bench iniformingthE niaster that should he re quire them before the expiration of the sen teice, it would be necessary to make applica tion' for them, aind: they. would -he selit.on board the following day.

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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RATES OF POSTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

-RATES OF-POSTAGE, TnH following order has been issued by the Post master-General : SIn orderto pay the transitthroughEgyptnews papers sent via Southampton and Suez, addressed to the East.Indies, Ceylon, Mauritius, Hong Kong, China; Austialia, 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" ai follow :-Upon a newspaper addressed to the East Indies-2d when not exceeediug 4 ounces in weight; 3d when-above 4 ounces and not exceeding 8 ounces in weight ; Id being added for every additional4 ounces or fraction of 4 ounmces. Upon newspapersaddressed to any, of the other countries or places referred to, 2dfor each newspaper, of whatever weight. No alteration will be made in postage of book packets sent by this route, as they already pay a transit rate, nor will any change be made in the postage of newspapers sent via IMarseilles," the present charge on such newspapers being ...

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Wednesday, 7th March, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

'" Wedniesda 7th; ilaM , 1860: -There'w no business before the ourt to

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 3rd-March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

Saturday,3rd-Mlarch; 1860. (Before -Lieut. Crawford, .1N.) Robert Diry; Iillireia Gipr, rid .Taomes ift clell, on remand charged witliwilfully destroy ing gear ielnaigig '?o tie ship Gertrude, were discharged from, custody;, there:': not. being sufficient evidence before:the court to convict them. - fMonday, 5th- March, 1860. (8efore Lieut. Crawford, P.f L) Isaiah .Hopkins was clibrged .with! being drunk and fighting in-the public street. The apprehending constable sfated that his attention was called to e crowd :ofpersons op posite the SteampacketEHIfel, .sherehe found the prisoner, who.was in the act. of fighting. He was so violent that he was obliged to procure assistance, to take him to the :watch house, .- . The prisoner, in defence, said.that he was seldom drunk;. and that this wasl his'firt time before theicouit. ' - Fined: 20s.; or in default three days impri sonment. Isaac Hopkins (brother to. thelast prisoner) was also brought before the court 'oii a imilar charge. It appe...

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THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

SIeR LAhtIEIIL. ,The-1one, thenwej int or~ot nnittee o, the Ci4own Lanids Bales ij), kaki pS KP Naoeý17,ýL Mr. Bennett mov ntth , !,~:poeit" in the 41st line be.?r ank out..' Mr. Sernce sai the urnt pced them selves in the hands of the rouse aeoto t4hether a deposit at thee . ý to t cL.£1joe g ,,forrdes before allocation should be insisted gpon or no. Mr. prt)ff3in ato frolaOse, with the view ofpryýýt~ia&e e!4latore from coninginto the deld. -Amendments were proposed which again brought p?pthe uestiouofdeferred pi ents- After aloa clause was agreed to. r. i$vice pe thedtbat the chibar an report pre?. . G _. r. Gray, and 'her members on the same aide of the House, assured the Speaker that the "talk: in hugiour', adbxbhusted, itself, and urged that te lauses be proceeded wih. * Mr. Service insisted on his motion, .fid hoped hoen. members wVuld seethe proiriety ofletingthe ?' talking humour" exhaust itself sooner:an-,?t evening for the future. On a division, the motion was carr...

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EAGLEHAWK STEAM PUDDLING COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

-J: preliminary start of the engine and machinery .f;this.conipany has been ffccted, in the presence of the directors; and i numinbeif their'friends niln " 3arties iuterested in ininmi pursuits, Mr.: Fletcher, one of the contractois, acting as chief engineer on .the ocrasion Thge g?cral action of the mncli??ery appeanid to give the most entire satisfaction'to hlose present, everything working most efficintly and ihu doubt :after the erectionof the conteiemplated approaches for the more perfect working of the model pilant and extrensive leasehold of this com 'panyandr when all is finished, that a more perfect system of iuddling will not be foundin the district. ---ieuirglo Advertiser.

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

XEIW CALEDOiVIA. *We (Sydney Morning Herald) are in receipt of intelligence from New Caledonia up to the 19th ultimo. The details furnished by the local paper (the Mloniteur Imperial) are for the most part of a meagre and unsatisfactory character. By the Mfoniteur Imperial of the 12th of the same mouth, it would appear that land was still applied for and arrangements made for the sale of it to numerous intending purchasers by the Govern ment. The cemetery of the Port of France is to be properly enclosed, and the same steps are (where funds permit) to be taken with the cemetery of Kanala, or Napoleonville. - A decree, containing 11 different sections, hear ing date the 20th of April, . 1859, and signed by Durand, has been' published in the local papers (the Moniteur Imperial of the 19th February, 1860) aainst the introduction into the colony of "drinks. wh~ich are bf such a nature as to.endanger the liub lic health." The provisions of this decree are of Svery stringent description. T...

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ENGLISH MAIL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

ENG . LISIH AAIL JROUTE>. TI?E following brief abstract of the time table of P & 0. Company, as finally ratified by the govern. ment, will be found convenient for reference : OUTWARD ROUTE FrOM ENGLAND. A vessel to leave Southampton the 12th of every month, and to reach Alexandria on the 25th or 26th. Mails via Marseilles to leave London on the 18th, 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 tenmber, the 6th November, and 3rd February. Steamer to leave Melbourne same day, and arrive in Syudney on the thirl following. Time, via Southamton, 57 days; ma Marseilles, 51. IIOIEwPARD ROUTE. A vessel to leave Sydney on the 14th, and Mel bourne on the 17th .of every month. Mails, via Marseilles to arrive in London on the 4th, and mails and passengers, via Gibraltar, to arrive in ...

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Mining Intelligence. SNOWY RIVER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

:vOWS RIVER DIGGINGS. (From the Sydneye .lforing Thrald, March 3.) We extract. the following from a letter, dated Mlaneroo, February 23, as it is from a reliable source:- T'.The diggings are turning ont well at Snowy River. I thik there will be great misery andil starvation, and unumbers lose their lives, when the winter' sets in. I believe saome have beien fomunt dead already from the few wet davs we have had." rce ;Mfr. J. `H. I3Iyers, of King-street, received the following jesitrday from 3Ir. E'lir) who went up by the first steamer- S "Snowy River Diggings, February, 1860. '.' Sir,-- have written these few.lines to inform you that:I'have arrived safe on the diggings, which . are pretty good; blit if 3you know any one coming.. here,. advisea thenrnot to, for I, the- time, they arrive, they.will have to -return aamin, as every one" will bare to leave this in about live weeks. Yoiu will oblige Sue b~ sending £5, for I dn't know how things may.go here. "I am getting a little gold, bu...

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Original Correspondence. THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

lbigitialr ori:esplondcne. :i THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY. [T. ie.Editor OfecWILuaI sroTsy CuIIROXCLr.] : Sm,-I- am again constrained to intrude on your-columns, after reading the letters you have..published the last fortnight concernin the above Soiety. "Observer" will obligie by iiiforming, :me :-ho the Elocution Society are; asf wish to start the subscription-list, 'that.is; if they be really:poor men, and arT not able to pay what' they owe. It is said that a meeting of the.Society will shortly be held.to, determine upon what is to be done, aftervwhich the debts will be paid. If I mi.s take'not, just the same story was given out eighteen months ago, but was it done ? If these worthy gentlemen could so easily pay off their-little debts, without feeling any incon venience therefrom, praywhy do they not put their promises into practice. I may here mention that Mr. Lawson (the Society's Sec retary) has been threatenid with a summons from the Police Court, for the recovery of a paltry £1 r ...

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THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S AMEND-' AMENTD TaAT verry ambitious gentleman John Den nistown Wood. Her Majesty's Attorney-gene m,-tas till last wiek dec idedly-~ j srnising young man. By expressing Fviews singularly atvaiiance with those of- his colleaanes he had attracted a good deal of notice, and the leaiifi journal not fi ?g much to admiire 'ing him (M?r Wood) with praise,"a'if .fnrrtIhe miere;sakl6 of giving a little. variety to its lead ng: tattei : The immediate opposition was a Papal clique ;-the '.Coiinier" contained no thing; but. blatant rnflians; :the -Ministerial bentches~ acommodatedd for the most' part comioniplace and humdrtii individuals, and as the Argiis might become tiresome'ifit ivas al aysardlonic, it took up' Mr. Wood as a subject for a little smart writing of 'ainother kind. Thus,' the:ittle' geintlenian got' his " name- up," and nivas inva fair way to become a little Colonial. celeliity,-,had he left the Arqus to do his?-bnsiness" foar him, and ab stained from offe...

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ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE EMEU WITH THE JANUARY MAIL. ADELAIDE, Friday Noon. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

-EINGLISit NEWS. ARlRIVAlL OF. THE WITUI TCHE 3'JAN AR.A:.--: ., I. [By Electrin Telegraph.]' : ADELAIDE, Frida3<NOou. ,.The mail:steamer arrived at Nepean B1ay at 1:00 anil this miorning. .She experiei?ced lievy easteirl ale fron the Maurtiuo' LoxDos,: anuary 18 :The Niovember Australian: mails were. de livered,in London on the ith-iudi13th inst. A iomenits chipne of policy ihas been inunuirated by-the Empcror: Napoleon since the opening of.the.new yr.ea . iThe 'remarkable pamphlet on the Papacy, the publicattbi of which was.anniounced to you ly telegram ontle ,26th ilt, has;creiated an immense sensation-throughout Europe. The mpe?ir, though importuned by th-e Catholic ambassadors and menaced :by the Popie, lii ;refused to ""repudi.ate' the views it embodies. It coniels the Pope to recognise the stal.c quo condition,, that his .remaining possessions may be giaranteed -by the Euro pean Powers. A.3 carly rupture nupends. =-The iEmpei bM iaisdecreed thitisuppression of the ...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, March 5th, 1860. Present—The Chairman (Thos. Stewart, Esq. J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, Mason, La Roche, Moxham and Courtis. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

a i. e»iy,(if.rc 5th !60jl 1GO Present-Th. Chairman (Thos. Stewart, Esq J.P.) and. Crs. Freyer, Mason, La Roche, .: Moxham.andConrtis.. _ . The minutes of the previous meeting ere a *red d-confrmed. .I r wr CO ". . rEONDENCE ., . : Letters, adaresed to the Chaiinanb, were read ;s-follow-, - maine, in reply, forwardingn emorial relative to the leasing of the goods traffic on Victorian Railways. .2. From the MIunicipal Coincil, of .Mary- t borough, requesting-.the co-operationiof the Williamstown Council to obtain a portion of the .£50,000 'grant: for supplying the gold Sfields with water, such portion to be expeinded Sin experimentally testing, the-possibility of E o btaining water by yueas of Artesian wells. "I .,3. From H R. R eid,- Esq., in - replvy, en closing cheque fur 4 los., beig the balance of the public's contributions towards the erec tioi of a stage for the accommodation of bathers at.Bonbury. 'Bays,B ,- - i .. " : 4. Froi Mr.' obert Peart, requesting to Sbe supplied with...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, March 10th, 1860. THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

WILLA:ar.TOTFs, Saturiddq,March10th, 1860. THE. IAN BILL SostE progress.hIs at-last been made with-the Crown Lands Sales Bill, despite the miiany and formidable obstacles' which have intervened. The highly objectionable competitive tender ing clause has-been struck out, and the "lot"' substituted. Of thellattermolde of determi mong the ownership of allotments, for which there happens.tobe:. a plurality of applicaits, all that can be saidis "that it'is not so objec tionable as-the mode~~orinnally proposed. It is at best..but a mnakeshit- expedient, and scarcely worthy of :a people:claiming to be - guided by reason--and-common-sense- Thh proper course.would have lbeiieto let priority of application decide.- An intending selector Igoi~eto a landoffice to takeli a farii?ciildd . ?be1old what iossiremained open; and, having made his choice and paid his money, he might then be given osiuch a document as would se scure-.hin a possession.. Nor would there be a:iny n nfairness,, that we ?can...

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Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST-OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

Post-office Money Orders. REGULATIO'S FOR T?m IssUE AND PAvrENTr OF Posr-OFIncE MONEY, ORDERS. His Excellency 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, 1858. 1. Places and time of issue, and payment.-money orders nmay be obtained 'ad made payable at the following places, viz: The Post Office at Melbourne. Do. ' Geelong. Do. Ballarat. Do. sancinurst. Do. Castlemaine. Do. Beechworth. Do. Kilmore. Do. Maryborsugh.' -Do:. 'Ararat. Do. Pleasant Creek. lieu. Williamstown. Do. Portland., Do. Belfast. Do. Warrnambool. between the hours of Ten a.m. and Three p.m., Sim days excepted. . 2.' Limit of amount, and number to be issued or...

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Thursday, March 7th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

Thursday, Maral th;-1S86 -1. *-Inianswer to,Mr? :?yall' "":-:"" ?&'Sec-ice ate?ldth4..itwasuintended-todsvido the coutry:into thistil distilts,-eaichto' eo?i'der charge of the local Commissioner f Qrown Lands. and the supression of thistle' iiithese ds??icts would be made a matter qf cqntrct. 3.'0. Mr. M'Culloch added that it was not intended to increase the sum set aside for the eradicatida 'iof thistles. Mr. Service saidilfc'lf?las erstainedthatthe par ties who linifeivetd ti ncks'd the west sidd'ioftie fore him to try the pomt instrietions "woulrl hI sent (this day) to the local Comnisssioner of Crown Lands to remrovei the fences, if that could he done' without a breTeh of the peace. If the fenced were '3nS reemoved, thei steps would he taken' to.. eject fthepartiet who had put p se. fsnee dmlss C of. - Mr. Aspnall care notice of a question as to he ther the late SolicitorGeneral ad resi on po litical grounds, as to whe liis readii?ss to' acceptt the Crown Prosecutorship ...

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Tuesday, Tuesday 6, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

r Tuesday,3 Tuesday 6, 1860. Mr. Lyll gavenotie of cera :q tions:as to -the intentions 6f the 'Gove nm?ns regt-rdin theo thistle noisance. g!? - j ' Mr. Amsinck presented a petition' (which was read)fromtheinhabitants of Kyneton, prayingthat the second reading of theMurray River RailwayDe; -viation-Bill-be postponed for-a-fortnigh--to-enable the petitioners to survey and lay-on the table plans and. sections of the. line i~alled. Henderson's ,lige, which they alleged couldl he constructed: for £50,0001essthanthe deviatiop alreadysanctioneL. Mr. Johnson (GippsaLand) gave notice of a mo tion-for Thursay,next, .that a sum of d750 be plcedh on thieEstiniatesfor improving the Puntla e leading from Sale to the LongfordBridge, in_ the district of North Gipps Land. - Mir. Carr presented a petition-from 500 wine growers and fruiterers of Geelong, praying ur an import'dnty.on fruit of Id. per lb . Mr. Wood presented a petition from merchants, bankers, and others of Beechworth. in favour of the...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, March 2, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

.-LEGISL A.TVE A.SSE3BLY. Frirda, Afarc 2,- 186 ----- - - The Speaker annoimneed that' he had received the resignation of his seit friom George Ha*ter Esq.; the zepresmtativioftMaldes-: . : - - --In reply to aqquestion- from-r,--Frser.--- Mr. Nicholson stated that the:'gold-fields were di vided into sir districts,-and inquiries werenow being made of the-miaing engineers -in eaohof-those die. tricta'sr t~th? bestm of ~ipendiig in'-each, the proportior.appicable to: it ef-the ?urmn o?-C,?00 0 voted for asnpply, :ofwateg.l'The Government had not under consideration any exten?ive or general scheme of water supply.. When the information was received frunithiiocal msanogbnginta,.the Govern merit would-"hbmit.apropsition to-the.) yio ei and he ivwoid theni a ls&'o sthitt ;wkli .ts' poi?ase as regards the prospective ran of2 ,ObCTh iesame pqrpose., ...,?,,, ? p a1erah ett tMiS rant,_ ':' S=.c .: .' , M":-' : flC.b1seGOerd .li,'-t? two..ay. So informa tBn had been easehiadf is pierta...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

QUEENSLAND. .(From the correspondent of the Sydney _Vtrningq Herald.) It would appear from a notice in the Government Gazette that His Excellency intends paying a visit .to the Downs shortly. It is intimated thathe will hold a levee in the Court-house at Warwick on the 14th of March, and at Drayton on the 28th of the same month. A Queensland Steam Navigation Board has been appointed. The membprs are Messrs. William Thornton, Collector of Customs: C. Tiffin, Colonial Architect; and R. J. Coley. The last is the non official member. We are expecting the Tamar down to open up steam communication with the northern ports.' :.I have always looked upon the establishing of this line as the best thing that separation has yet brought The North ustlralian says that His Excellency .the Governor has abolished the office of Govern mnent Resident at Port Curtis. I see no intimation of this elsewhere, but it is likely enough to be cor -rect. The volunteer movement; which was set on foot under the au...

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Wednesday, March 7th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

" Vedneadas i farch 7tk, .1860.;. _Mr. O'Shanassy called atfontioin to hiataeemed a him to be a breach of the .iirili es of bbl's Honu 3 iI,-:?, .md'i . ? i Sri-ate.in vs .a in roduce, and, if possible, carry through the House, 6bill which had passed-through the Upper House or the simplifica tf.li".ttles to land (\'r. Coppin's Aill). While he ilfpll 'bvof the bill, he could not :onsent to piiced 'with it tintil he:hlad brought ander the notice of the House, that the introduc ion-of a-measure cntaininq money,-clauses;in;the Jpjer" Houi as adi infringement of; the piivi. egesvf ?heHonse ofiAsembly, and-a-direct vio ation-of the 26th clause of -the -Constitution Act. fhe'w'rds of'tie Cih's'e wee '~ distinc,t' that he xa~sdisposed to-take 'the ruling of the Speaker-on heaubject. He might'statE that he approvedt of the bill, but he was extremely anxious that the Rouse should mainthin itsprivileges. "-Mr. Embling stated that the other House ~ad Left it to this-Hoiise to eoiginate the inbn...

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