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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

CLARENDON HOTEL? Williamstown. rlHE, undersigned, having become the propre;tor L of the above-named hotel, begs respeetfoil'_ to invite his old Friends and the Public to in!spect hi cntire;' New Stock of W.ines, Spirits, &c., which'he guarantees to be of first-rate quality, and ~t'inoed rate charges. The hotel department will bear comparinsin with anyfirst-class houses, the roomzs being,lofty and. spacious. commanding an excellent view of 'the Bay. and is well adapted to families requiring a? chang from the sultry heat and dust of .1lelbodirne.?: Clean liness and comfort the proprietor con'iders to be tof the greatest necessity, and he trusts the support for merly received by him will' be again besto\eid by those who have known him the last fifteen y;ears. FRANK LIARDET. " (A CARD.] 'J. MOXHAM, Auctioneer and General Commission As e??nt,'? SWilliamstown. S : ?W: iBELFORD PTi;Th `APER HANGER; C LAZIER, .11;? J mers Sr -Er, W ,?im aisroi?i Paer-hangings, Oils, and Colours for ...

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RATES OF PILOTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

ATES O:PILOTAGE . -= Sailing Vessels Steamers and and Sleamers - Vessels towed S under l oeenly. ty Steam. PlOILT. 1'IILLIP i d. £ L n E InFrom ."nitoan h leads t? Melbourne or Geelong. and vice 2. From within thellen to Melbourne or Gee 1ng.. 4 31 310 3 2390 3. From withoutt the telds- to outer an tchorage Iloisen' Iiav.e or ancorage at .,Pointenry and rice 3 42 415 31 27 n 4. Fromneilthin thel'ora to outer anchonrge chbrag ct Pt, hnenr 3 10 2 19 5. From withontI the Iieulda to any anchor e.Se within the sHels Iist ad below the lcharif nets aed vice rersna 19 5 1 1t R 1 10 .6. From Meheourne to' Point . Itlenry. and I 1ice eers } 9 13 0 "7. Frem Melbounrer to. A;eelong 'eand tice versa : . ... 1 2. 197 o Fore ooreeac t remome rs l nn place of anebora_ h to another inlthson'. or Corlo ay ' 1 ? 1 01 6 0 9. pFonm obon's nfle , l.,re eto Lelbnume. Z , en d u h r,. vrice vertsa:.'-- o-..h 21 5 -"c I l n ctt.i fcm Pointheenevto i Inner. . Irhor.e e Gee .-lonng.asd iee. ees 21" 7" :10 51 ...

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[?]ocal and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

local and General News THE NEW MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.--We are given to understand that the new building in Electra-street is so far advanced as to en- able the Committee to make their arrangements for removing their property thither, which they conte.mplata?. doing.ia the: corse of a v.ec or ten. days.- The -buliding is a large and conmnodious one, and as o.r Xaders a1-' readf derader hasC l ie eec edata costal mf£ ppme0-QIQQr .·1909 £1001j -iMra John en;ergetiL annwsteif hie he has pnhe mero at tep ;6 b e to get { ~ t le openig'df e the new. o the cor .ýq. ',Aifi lW itIi mistit aidt Qkaresharpu a-this e?~aen a; uiless the projectors are sharp atbth'eiir-Twinrl Hoew - ongratulet =the=4 4ehisie=ri a OAN st 'U...............th............ thus far attended their undertaking, and we '.hove-no doubtathat=whe n they- m o iiii. own house and are free from rent they will make-still greater progress iitrind&erirg their place attractive and beieficialit? alliclasses f the community. T...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. March 2-D. F. Webber, ship, Lease, from Liver- pool: Royal Bride, barque, Watson, from London; Eucalyptus, barque, Thomson, from Hobart Town ; Higlander, schr., McDonald, Launceston ; North Star, brig, from Hobart Town; City of Hobart, str, from Hobart Town.   March 3--Queen, str., from Portland ; Cecillia, ship from Gottenberg; Sebim, schr., from New- castle; Tommy, schr., Gibson, from Circular Head; Gil Blas, brig, Butt, from Adelaide ; Mil?tus, ship, from Glasgow ; Pelorus, H.M.S., 21 guns,Seymour, from a cruize ; Omeo, str., McLean, from Adelaide; Fanny, barque, from Gottenberg. March 4--Nil. March 5--Atlantic, ship from Gottenberg ; An- nie Bowen, ship. from Baltimore; Blanch, brig, from Foo Chow; Black Sivan, str, Woods, from Launceston ; Maid of Judah, ship; Mitchell, from London; Hanna Nicholson, barque, from Calcutta; Sovereign of the Seas, ship, Cruikshank, from Liverpool ; Janet, brig, from Newcastle ; Madras barque, from Hambu...

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PUBLICANS' LICENSES. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., and T. Mason, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

PUBLICANS' LICENSES.. Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., and T. Mason, Esq., J. P) The application of George Gallpen for a transfer of licence of the Napier Hotel, to Mr. E. Moxham, was granted. BILLIARD LICENCES. — The following appli-   cations here granted: —Martin Cantwell, Royal Hotel; Joshua Clare, Steampacket Hotel ; John Croker, Hotham Arms ; Robert M'Kee, Commercial Hotel, and Samuel Crickmer, Al- bion Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 March 1860

TENDER FOR STREET LAMPS       PERSONS willing to Supply the Municipal Coun- cil with Thirty Street Lamps are invited to     Tender for the same. The Tenders must be at per Lamp, and each party tendering must send in a sample lamp with his tender. Further particulars may be obtained at the Sur- veyor's Office, Thompson-street, and the tenders   must be delivered at my office, at or before Ten o'clock, a.m. on Monday; the 19th inst., addressed   the "Chairman of the Lighting Committee," and endorsed "Tender for Lamps." The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be   accepted.     By order,   FRANK TATTERSALL, TOWN CLERK. Town Clerk's Office, 2nd March, 1860.   DOVE AND OSWASLD, SHIP CHANDLERS     MELBOURNE & WILLIAMSTOWN. PROPRIETORS OF FLOATING DOCK -- LESEES OF PATENT SLIP, Tested to 1,000 TON...

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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

L2TER BATES- OF POSTAGE. SVA SOUTHAMPTON.'; Unde. o .. . ' .. o Exceeding j cz. and hot'exceeding lo ".. 1 0 Exceeding lonand not exceeding 2z, - '2's 0 Exceeding zn, and not exceeding 3oz. :':3 0 And every ounce or fraction of an ounce, ono Newspapers, each-':+.' :. , ? `" L. ',," fTO Tfl"ri TEED tINGfDOM VVIA iciscILLEs. -E : %''-F??enchRabtemiu addition to the above. Under'o. -?" :?" ?' 4o"... :0'6 " ?::'?; ?'8_ O Under 1oz `0 9 And for: every jo. 3d. "additional',, Yewnpapers 2d each additional ' BOOK POSTAGE.': ' S;: :. vIa SOUTnoHAMrO. N. .. ..' The"book post system has been extended to the United -Kingdom, India,' Ceylon?'Mauritius; Hong Kong, Malta, Gibraltar. ,New: South Wales, South Australia,. Tasmania, New Zealand, and Western Not exceeig 4o ., .. ., .0. Above 4oz. and notexceeding Soze , ., o Above Soz. and not exceeding lib. " .. Above IIb. and not exceeding 141ib. : .. 3! Above 141b. and not exceeding 21b. '. : 40 And so on, adding Is. for each additional ljib or frac...

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MUNICIPAL COURT. Friday, 16th March, 1860. (Before T. Mason, Esq., J.P.) FURIOUS DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

MUNICIPAL COURT. F;riday, 161h March, 1860. (Before rT. Mason, Esq., J.P.) : FURIOUS DRIVING. Robert ITenryand James Eakins, two fresh looking jyouths irithe employ of Mr. 13Byes, of this :town:'appeared on summons to answer a complaint .made against them by Mr. In spector Taylor, of furious` driving througli the streets of the town. Mr. Pentland ippeared for the defence, and took considerable pains to prove to the Bench that hiss clients were making no greater speed through' the streets than wis consistent with jte importance of theii business. After: considerable;.discussion, the :Bench admonished defendants upon payment of costs, anid statini at the same time that a repetition of the' ffence would siuject each of'them to a pealty of £20. . . .. -ML DTS DETs CIST-EcsroNs. Sim rs v. Kii'evitt ldefendant to pay £10,4s. 6d. and costs frthwith. W:'illiams v Aiken defeind antitopay 18s. 14d. and'costs. Ainsworth iv. Cooper; defendant to "pay ?4 "forthwith. WVil liains v". F. Msusicka';...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, March 12th, 1860. Present—The Chairman (Thos. Stewart, Esq. J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, Mason, La Roche, Moxham, Verdon and Courtis. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

Winiiamastow nleniciipal Countc. = Monday,.fMarch 12th, 1860. Present-The Chairman (Thos; StewHit Esq. - J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, Mason, La :Roche, iMoxham, Verdon ~nd.Caurtis. The minutes of the previous meeting were read"nd confirmied. : .The Chairmaniaid that before the businesS of this evening would be- gone into he wished to terider his resigiiatioi as chairian, and in doing so,he desired totender.the members of the~Council.his best .thanks for the couirtesy thiey had at all times shewn him ; and he-felt proud to say that throuigli their co:operation and assistance the Municipality of Williams town had attained to. a :position that would bear favourable comparison with any other in the colony. His reason for resigning was that he found it impossible to attend ýo his own divided business properly, and fulfl to his satisfaction theo duties attendant on the position of chairoman. He would also men tion the fact that the Act bearing upon Mumi cipal elections requires that three weeks...

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Friday, 16th March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

Fiiay,,,16€ Al[ardA '1S60 ' iv'.'(leforelieut& Crawford ;PMi; *y " '' , r'.To oin. Hus. dl, an' artileda seaman `pie ided " not guilty"'to the charg of refysing duty on board the .ship M:[iletus,. he being too ill on W?ednesdAy last to? obey the cakitain's orders. ipoii "the prisbner's'proeisin, 'to do sich work as her was able,:he was sent back to.the vessel. IiUTCHFirS? LICENCES. Licenses for slaughteringcattle outside the boundaries of ,the municipal district were granted to Williram Bayes; Dobbin and Allo-' way;, Henry lailbey, and Edward Blackshia, of this district, and. Wilim.i S. Wilson;: of Derrimut

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Thursday, 15th March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., and Lieut. Payne, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

Tke-,,? ttrsde?1i5ths M'arc, 1860. (Before `leiet. '--Crawford, :'PM, and Lieut. A man; -iamed ?i ames A ooore, was charged ,with biing drunk on' the previous day and exposig -his person on the-railway platform,. The prisoner ws fined 0ls. and costs. 'AKlad about fourteen years of age, named John Outen, was charged by Mr. Hall, of Hob son's River Farm, with neglect of duty in losing six sheep out of a flock which he was shepherding for complainant, the value of the missing sheep being estimated at 12s. each. Mr. Hall, sworn : About the middle of January last I. branded 204 sheep and gave them with fifty-six lambs, in charge of defen dant; he was to receive Gs. per week and his food f defendant .had charge of them up to lost Monday, when I discovered that seven teen were missing; he has reported the loss of 'eleven' sheep from time to time, but has Sgiven me no information about the other six; I. have since discovered that two of the mis sing sheep are in the possession of private pa...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

I - nARtRIV ED. Mairc 9 Mariposia schr, Cricer from EIo SfSydney;' Margaret (heo,? ? 'hi.,e Wrght. - fro Port Frederick'; Lady Bird, str., Greig,. from Ado hide; 'Ariel. chr.. from Nelsn. MarchItc iy of Sydlney, str. bloodie, fromi Sydney; Pirate,' str., Robertson, from. Otago ; JIavilah, sitr.; 'Fie,-from: Adelaide - Royal Shep herd str., Saunders, from Launceston; Queen. str.,a F;c'Lil, fr?mo Portland. . , , L,?rch 11-Eme_ , it.M.. tr., t ,300 tons Munro, from Suez January 27.?" . m:'Luarch 12 Agincourt, Ali, Tickell, from London '"Flyig Cloud chr:; ' Willia?is, from' Hiver Don; Pieard ;''?ci:" Gri6 fr ?in'obart Town; Beeja-. SM ,s;htpr from Liverpool; Leaping Water, ship, ordor firem I oad in,; siwallow, ache., from Port Frederick ;Emma' Prescott, brlg, Staunton,; from. F.Hob~art Town;: Reindeir,' chi., from Hobart Town; `Prince.Albert, str., froim Port Albert. Ma?rh 14,--Mary 'Bangs; hir? Somes, (from New York;'Active bri?aitin,"Sniith,' frim Taranaki. Ilarch 15=AIplia; cutter, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

POST. OFFICE NOTICES.?1 The Royal Mail steatship Northam..wi be des4 patched with mails for" Adelaide,' King Ceorges Sound, 2Mauzitaus, India;. China, the' Mediterrineazt Ports, Europe, America, and the Uniteid Kingdom.Jf 'The time appoonted I" o'iong is ?Slatoo?ay, the 17thinst.:- : For registered letters and newpapes at 4 p.m.: Forordin?ry letters at 6 p.m:.:., . (Signed) WLLiax tUnNEn, Secretary. General Post Office, Melbourne, March 9, 1860. Note.-Letters and newspapers for' Trieste, or. marked rid Triestei, are forwarded in a mail direct: from this offie. Letters and newspapers for France or for the nor, thern countries beyond France, eon,be forwarded by the travelling post-office between Marseilles and Lyons, on, .payment of the Victorian. postage .mnly, but are chagealea with an additional foreignpostag-e on delivery. Notice.. : he public are respectfall snformed that .r. Peart, of ,Stevedore-etreet, has been appointed, an agent for the sale of this paper. _..- - Notice to Ad...

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Tuesday, 13th March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

Tuesday; 13th March, 1$60.' (Before Lieut, Crawford; P.3L) DRUa K AND DISORDERLY.., Two s:eamen, named George AlcKoy. and William Dowdien were charged by-the police with being drunk in Nelson-parade, on the ;previous night;' The former prisoner was also charged with violent conduct: indl making use of obscene language. His Worship fined McKoy 5s..; Dowden was admionished and discharged.

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Monday, 12th March, 1860. (Before Messrs. Mason and Perry, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

(Before Messrs' Mason and Perry, J.Ps.) James fMcCallu?e .w hs.brought up by. Ser gea., Harvey, upoi a charge of refusing duty on board the brig Esparanza. As the prose cutor did not ..appear to press the coniplaint, the jiisoner was discharged from custody, and ordered to be sent on board. Franklin H NAealy aind James' Rattan, sea nen??vere chaibrt'ed ithl srreptitioiisly obtain; ing passages froni King, George's Sounds to this port, by stowing themselves away- on board the RL. steamship Emele. No orie. appearing to press the charge, the case was dismissed.',

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THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY. S:To the Editor oftheW.ntLrAiSsrowsi CHRONicLE] S'SI?--Soime of your correspondents haive bee ' tryinjg hiard lately to. make it aippear that; the members of the rElocution *Society are a:lot' f :ioor: men anl can't pay their debts, ;nd %vant to create syimpthy for them. r.kbinil better, for it is in.such tniig.' ,There isn't a man ainong them but looks down upon ue. who;A pays miy debts, because I wear a moleskin'trousers' They are a shabby set to try eaid shutffle.ot of paying poor old Brett S'few siilliniggsfor ringing and bill-sticking SNoting so m;.ean wasever done tin the town' b'..bfore;jy anysociety.: Old S whob'tried' wi on'witi'cerybody, alwiyys made it square w-iith the lbill-sticker; but he had more honor than the Elocution men, and nore shame too .'I suppose becatise they have been used to -chaff upon the stage, they think they can pay -off Mr. Britt with chaff, but he is not-such a fool as to take that for payment. Depend upon it there ivill be s...

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 10th March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

rillimattitowmi ouIige lourt.:. Saturday, 10th March, 1860. - S":.(Before Lieut. Crawford, 11N.) John Gibson, charged with refusing dity on board'the,'ship Dreamii was admonished and ordered.to be' sent back to the.vessel.

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, March 14th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

M Ga|in m dtiitdN Un^UUi utll . IEGISLATlME COUNCIL - nday, .March 14th, 1860. A loya address was readandadopted, rdturning tbianlks toer'Majesty for the present of 'her por 2trait,; cintr y received. The'-aiw of Evidence Amentme-Billasa re *committed, and-vraious verbal amendmen"t were .ade iit... - - The-second reading of thoSimplificaiion-of Title -to;Landed Estates Bill was postponed lor a fort ;ight. The second reading of the Registry of Laded Estates Bill was also .ostpoaed or the ssmarperiod. A Short discussion'took place, bIaving reference to a recent discussion in the other House on a -quesono:of 'privilege r brt of Mr. Coppin's Berif xperty. .BIf. i.t -was istated, by itePre ident that the bill referred to had gone down to Sthe Lower House in the state (the' money clauses blank) in which it had been passeslby the Council. The Law of Property Amendment Bill was dis *cussed in committee,-and a number of claues were Soel erebniness iaving ped of the. ensakidikeiuhed until mWe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

Birth. On the 11th inst, at 57, Cecil-street, Williams— town, Mrs. JOHN B.. McINDOE of a son. Both well. - Died, At Aberdeen, on the 22nd December, 1859, WIL- LIAM NORMAN, youngest son of, the late William M'Gillivray, LL.D., Professor of Natural History, in the University of Aberdeen, aged 17 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 March 1860

T WO THREE-ROOED COTTAGES; apply 'at Mack's Hotel, Stevedore-street. 73. First-class Hotel to Let. TI HE undersigned is prepared to Let the well Sknown Hotel knbwn as the NAPIER HOTEL Stevedore-street, North Williamstown. ipon the most advantageous terms, with immediate possession. For particulars, apply to . . T. MASON. . 50, £100, and £150 TO LEND on Freehold security; apply to Mr. SSmith, Conveyancer, Cole-street... TO LET, A SHOP and DWELLING, next door to the .1 arklyArmsHotel, Nelson-street. Rent low. S'.', '. Apply Jon Co6RTIS, Auctioneer. G. GODFREY OWEN, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT 2. 3 Thomspn-street, Williamstown. C?OMMISSIONS,, of any and every description, p romptly and faithfully executed. 60 .COA - ... -. . AMT ESS'Sppli'edwith COALS, on reason able'termnsby :- ' IM -as. CARDER. 'Tir following orderlias been issued by the Post master-General:-- . '"In orderto paythetransitthroughEgyptnews papers sent via Southampton and Suez, addressed to theEast Indies, Ceylon, Mauri...

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