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Thursday, 22nd March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

!"- (Before Ient: Crawfordr I., Peter Sillars, ;.maisterof the ship Carleton, wa.s complained against by. Edmund Loftfor havin" assaulteid m on. several occasions whilst. at sea.. '-That the mater had assaulted complainant was clearly proved,,but in one instance.it ap peared to be in self-defence, and in :another, when-insolent and provoking la?iiagoe was used by the complainant; . The Bench-fined defendantl anlid costs of Cnnrt. Edmuind;Loft, on remand, was now-charged byrthes ~terof the"thipCirlhtii i'itliiefusoal of duty. :. ' It will be seen that this case was remanded for the pIroduction of witinessesns to the mas ter s ill-treatment:, but on this. occasion the. testimony. of the witnesses was strongly tinc tured with the alipearence .of.'collusion with the prisoner. A large quantity of wine and beer had been piurloined,' and the oinly means of entrance to the place wherdcit was kept ivas through the steward's pantry. It was admitted by prisoner that: he had been drunk on sever...

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Wednesday, 21st March, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

Wednesday, .21st farcht, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, R.N.) Edmund Loft,.steward on board the ship Carleton, was charged .with refusing duty at sea., - SIt appeared from the evidence that the pri soner was in the habit of getting drunk, and after several admonitions fromthe master, was found to .be iinurable, and vas therefore dis rated, and sent forward: to do duty in lieu of a seaman who was 'to take his place. This, however he refused to do, ard hence the charge. The prisoner, iindefence, charged the master' with having ill-used and.assaulted hii, and stated thattherevere' witness on board the ship who couild prove it. : The Bench remanded .the case till the fol lowing day for the attendance ofthe witnesses. :.Charles Williams, Johni Williams, Phillp De :Griude,' Wm.; O~iCuman, nmd Pat Nail, were, brought; iip. on. .-warrant, .charged with deserting from the ship :Beejapore during the night of Sunday last.:' , -.'" : . . "" The Bencih sentenced th'em tio .eight:weeks harOd lab0...

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Thursday, March 22nd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

T.-.hursday, frchk2nd, ISGO.i': Mr. a'Beckett obtained leave to introduce a bill to amend the Municipal Institutions Act, one'of the main objects of which was to cimpinel members of municipal councils'who'might become insolvent to ,reasign;office. iL,' A call of the House was madebefor te Pensions Bill was proceeded with; and four -hodn ieinbers were found absent. One of themi (Mr: Keogh) had not communicated in any way with' the Preident of the House,-and a warrantwas issued for his ap prehension for contempt. ' ' The Abolitionof Pensions Bill ws then proceeded ,with, and:passeddthrough its various stages; the sum in the only clause being increased from £5,000 to £10,000. The bill was then read a third time, and sent down to the Assembly for its concurrence in the amendment. .....' TheAbolition of'StateAid to Religion Bill was dis - cussed, andtthe second reading.carried by 13 to 9 ; but as 13 is not an absolute majority of the House, the motion lapsed.- ' , -- - .--. The Council t...

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Tuesday, March 20th 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

desday, March 20th 1860. On the motion of Mr. Nicholson, a chair was pro vided on the left of the Speaker for Sir Richard M'Donn6ll, Governor of South Australia, who was expected.to visit the Hoiise i thecours of. the sit Mr. Mrartley. Solicitor-General the new member for-Maldon; was introduced by Mr: Nicholson and: SM'Callocb, a-nd took the oaths and his seat.:. Mr.-Ho mffray presented a petitionfrom Ballarat (w~ich-was?ad), praying that the Insolvent Law Amendment Bill may le passed during theepreseut session. Pr In aniiser to iiMr. Aspinall, Mr. ranncis stated that a special report had been receiveil respecting tho' rlwssayculverts itfBarker's Creek. ' The work.n ar being carrieddutijiasatis factory manner. T: , L.A'D BILL. . The Crown Lands Si des Bill wvas then taken up atthe 51st clause, which was agreeed to. On clnase i ,ca M r. Service explaineil that the intention was to give power to the Government to forego the penal ties for non-improvement in cases where acdiden taltcic...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION.—WANTED CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

MUNICIPAL.ELECTION.-WANTED., CANDIDATES.. WE noticed last week that' tlie'fourth'year of the existence of our Municipal Council was fiat 'drwing" to close; 'andi that the 4th of April next was the day fixed. for the nomi nation of candidates to fill the four vacancies that would: occur: We said tlrt"we would .return to the subject again, and our present writing-is-in fulfilment of that promise. The three retiriig Smemiers are Councillors Verdon, :Moxham, and Courtis; of';whom we desire to speak, especially as ,the 'twd latter' aire aidotto coiime before the' public again for re-election. . Councillor Verdon, however, does .not intend to solicit; our suffrages at thisltimne for a seat t the; llfunicipal:.Board: :His Par liamentary duties press heavily upon him; he is on no less than thirteen Committees of .the Assemibilyattihe present time; andnot' nfre quently does his leislatorial business keep him employ ed" to elve andi fourteen hours 'a day. This being the case, ,we must forego ...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, March 19th, 1860. Present—The Chairman (Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, La Roche, Moxham, and Courtis. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

Wflliamstown Mucnicipal Council. Monday, March 19t1, 1SGO. Present-The 'Chairma'n (Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) and Crs. Freyer, La Roche, Moxham, . and Courtis. ' "; "* - : The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. - : ' CORRESPONDENCE. .Letters, addressed to the Chairman, were read as follow 1. From Daniel Inglis, Esq., stating that a deputation of ratepayers residing in Dover riadl.and iibighboirhloodwou.ld present a me moriar. to the Municipal Council oii' Monday evening, March 19th, in reference to the con dition of-the said' oad from the junction of .John-street to Yarra-street. 2. Froni J. Hodglinson, Esq., Deputy Sur veyor-general, in reply, stating that as the MuniiiipalCouncil of Williamstown did 'not einsider it advisable to advertise for sale im mediately, any large quantity of land around the Park-reserve, the Government deemed it scarcely, necessary to effect a survey, unless with a view'to some bxtent. Letters addressed by the Chairman were read asTollo...

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. The following reports were brought up and adopted by the Council : - PUBLIC WORKS. The 38th report of,the Public Works Com mittee was read as follows : The petition for paiths being 'formed in Thompsotn-street arid Osborne and Norris street south, were taken into consideration.; bnit'the Committee cannot recommendthat the works be proceededwith at present. The-Committee -recommend 'that the offer of Mr. Rae to :lease allotments Nds. 5 and 6 for surface quarrying on:the Straf?d-road, at £15, be acc2pted ' The Committee also recommend that ten ders be callefifr foroi ing i and. metalling the' footpaths alongside:the post-oftee reseirve: in Parker-and Cole street, also the-area in front of the buildinig. .., .. - Cr. La Roche: inove?' the adoption of the repirt, which was seconded-by Cr. Freyer and' carried. - LIGRTING. REPORT. In the' absence, of Cr..Verdon, Cr. Freyer brought up the 11th .report of: the Lightine Committee,as follows:-Tenders were received fromw...

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THE FIRE BRIGADE. To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

THE FIRE BRIGADE. - - To the Editor of taeWxtLLaursrowNi CsmoxcLE. c - Dna Sm,-- I have latelybeen questioned by se reral of the inhabitants of this municipality as to " How the Fire Brigade is getting on?" and whe ther we with our engne are as yet in an- eficient state, if c3llcdupon to extinguish a fire? I would with your permission briefly state -for the infor mation of those and other parties interested in'the affair a few facts in connection with'the matter. '.In the first place, I may say, the Brigade are ahiiousto carry out to all intents and purposes the object for which they.are united, and with the as sistanceof the Council they will erideavour to do so. We have already had, four drill-nights with the '..engine.- The last drill- was certainly an im provement upon the former ones, still it is obvious to us that the services we are ableto ronderin case of fire must b? very limited, iumless the fire should happen to be located :near a good water-tank.' It is essential, theref...

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Parliamentary Intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, March 21st, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

- ari1inmcnhtr , tenligrnue. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Hlednesda a, 1March1 ,'l1£60. 2 The Education Bill was considered in committee, and a number of clauses were disposed ,of. On the 9- clauSo aiit amendmnent was proposed with the view of enforcing the closing of schools at .4 o clock inthe afternoon is the case.of childrain under 14'years -of 'age. ' The amendment was: negatived. On clause 95, Mr. Bennett proposed to omit the four Saints' Days-St. George's, St. Andrew's,?St. David's and St. Patrick's days-from the calender of holidays-to ibe'observed. This amendment.also was negatived. On clause 96 a discussion arose as to' the policy of making the education of- children"compulsory; on parents on the' State aid -words-oere struck 'out'of' the' clause,; on the: motion of Sir J. F. ' Palmer, \with-' the view. of removing ithe codm spulsory powers the 8 clase givo "as it originally stood. : • - " - SBy the clause subsequentlry 'greed to care; was taken to preserve the. Purely' aecular ch...

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Original Correspondence. OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

0-OL~iginal (orijespoadencz. QUR MUNICIPAL' COUJNCIL'. [To the Editor of the WIraus?srows CeILoxICLE] SnS,-Now that the Council is about to undergo a change amonst its members, it is as well to look back over the past ye.ir and ask the question for the information of the ratepayers and the benefit of those retiring members who intend to again come forward and solicit our suffrages,-Have things been done altogether in that straightforward and disinterested manner in the Council which is de manded of public men? I trow not. Let us look at. the Public Works Department. Councillors Mason and Verdon. who had hitherto been members of the Public Works Committee, were considered as an eyesore and a too great check in the. Committee to warrant their being again placed in power, consequently the new clique, by a nice arrangement in April last, kept them out, and commenced a new state of things upon the Number One principle. The first, or nearly the first aet, which the new Public Works Commit...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

.i March 16--Sc.:ii a s.h s lartlctri.5from - bart Tows. ; RTialo, Isargte Care, from N ewcastle ?An.an nd Laiin.brig, O, HaI n; .from tNnastloe ; City. o Hobart, s!r., fromn Itiart Town; Black Swan, str., from L.uoce?estn Northam, R.M. as, 1,803 tons. Sparkes from Sydney. .. . ---March 17 ?-Vnna 'Wongi, tr., Ralker, from Sydney ; Queen, etr., ; from Portl nd; (General .WyidlsTri. ship, Hairiso'n, from Lend n; Mlary Grant. brig, from Port _Frcdrick ;.Ellen. Siimpson, 'bsilu f'roTmi .Newciastle; Prince Arthur, h:irque, from ewcastle:: Pr:nce Albert, str., from Poit Albert. ._ ·. A..arch 1S-Martha. ship. Rich, from New York; Jeannie Oswald,;barque, from Mauritius ; Orosteo. barque, froin Adelaile; Samuel G. Glover, ship. from New York ; WVe Tottie, brig, from HTobart T? wn-'; ;Visiua, schr., fdnm Nelshn; General Sinm . on, ship, .asham, f rom Liverpool; Oiuieo, ste., oae Adelaide :-'::: ."' " "'March 1 b -!~l ecwort!h ship, Frahn, from Liver pool; Flamingio, biirqe, from Cottenburg ; ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, March 16, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

LEGISLATiVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, farch 16,!1860. . Mr. Loader gave notice of a motion for a com rittee to-in?uireiinto the best means of'prbmnoting immigration to this colony.' : 'THE CHIESE TAX. - In answer to Mr. Prendergast, Mr. Nicholson stated it had' been found neces sary to take steps at Castlemaine to collect the resi dent tax fromi the Chinese, as few or none of them bad paid; 0,(not 400, as stated) were apprehended by one foot policeman (not two mounted officers) ? anid three (not 300 as stated) were imprisoned, bail having been accepted for the others-. Before'that :proceeding, 92 persons had paid'witlhin a limited period-after it, 1.130 paid within six days. 1 .: CEELONO RAILwAY Mr. Francis moved the second reading of thb Geelong and Melbourne.Railway Bill InJan?iiary: Sof last year;,'gioti-tions were begnn for thetransfer : odf'this line to Governmiet, and the result of the. correspondence; he woiuld. now lay'. before, the, House; and he should'be glad'to see closed a inat...

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Wednesday, March 21st, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

* Tednesdzjy, Alarrh 21sf, 1860. :Mr. Bailey laid on the:table :certain correspon dence received from .the Postmaster-Genera of Sydney, respeceting teigraphic communication i-h ;Europe.: Mr: Bfiley also, ]aid..on the table-two mays showing the course of the propiosu telegraphic. line bettv?n Moreton Bay and Java, and Java and. England.:,:. ..... Enlr iloader'gave notice of a new clusie 'which he proposed to introduce into the Land Bill to conserve the interests of miners'who had entered on the bondfide improvement of land. TheHousethen took up the ?MurrayRiver Rail way Bill. .On the question of the Kyneton devia tion,. " . Mr. Francis moved that the order of the.day for the consideration of the report be discharged, that the bill might be reconimitted for the alteration of the schedule. :Mr.. Bennett moved as an amendment that the report be considered thatday, .six. months,-with a viqot th;;thicarrymg outiiof the original anithorised line. SMri:. Amsinclk had understood thatonthepre...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

THE ELOCUTION SOCIETY -A.full meeting of the members of the late Elocution Society _tookplace last Monday evening in the Green r iom, at the rear of the stage, at whicdh it was agreed that a performinance in aid of the finds should take place, in about a fortnight, and that afterwards '-ll 'accounts still remaining unpaid be liquidated by the members themn selves.: Three entirelyne'e pieces werechosen; cast, and put.in rehearsal, and judging from the prompt manner 'ii which .-matters were arranged, wwe'should'be disposed to think that. creditors'will nbt 'now' have to remain long without their.money. We, understand that several persons have intimated a desire to join this Society, if it were once clear of debt. We trust this,.littledspark of life in our com munity will oidt be allowed- to 'die out for want of support.. ' LECTURE AT THE fECHANICS' INSTITUTE. -On Tuesday evening next the Rev. Mr. Clarke. of. this town, wlil:deliver % lecture in the hall of the old Mechanics' Institute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

Williamstown Municipality.   ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. In terms of the 18thVictoria, No. 15 Sections : 19 and 21, I hereby convene a PUBLIC MEETING of the RATEPAYERS of this district, for the purpose       of electing three members of the Council to serve in     the place of George Verdon, James Moxham, and   John Courtis, who retire by rotation, but who are eligible for re-election; also a member to serve in the place of Thomas Stewart, resigned, whose term of office would expire in April, 1861; such meeting to be held in the Municipal Court-house, Thompson street. on the fourth day of April, 1860, at the hour of eight o'clock in the morning of that day. Should there be more candidates than vacancies, a   show of hands will be taken in favour of each, and the candidate in whose favour the show of hands shall be decided shall thereupon be declared to be elected members of the Counc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 March 1860

HINTS FROM HORACE ; OR, SEVEN MOT-U TOES FOR SEVEN MEN. " When caps into a crowd are thrown, What each man fits he calls his own." 1. Sic solitus dives populi contemner voces. 2. Messius caput et movet.. 3. 3lilitavi non sine gloria. 4. Libero caprum voveram. 5. Quisnam igitur Liber ? 6. Suavo e es x magno tollere acervo. 7. Divide et impern. Williamstown -Post-office. List of Undaimed-Letters, in the week- ending 22nd f "3farch 1SG0. . .---America, .Teptha (2); Bource, P. 'P.; Cherry, .Mr. ; Cherry; -W?m. ; Donoho, Ths:'; Hagarty, Verance; Hsaniai, CIrs.; HamleyWm.; O'Iogan Mararek ; Pazu:m, Auguste de; Shannan, Maria; , -Smith, lMr.; Smith, Chas. ; Smith Jans'; Smith, Robt. Surr-Edward Oliver: S -Letters 1)etained'for Postage. W. G. A. Fitzharding, Sydney, Gd.; Jno. Shep * pard, Etwall, England, 6d. RIcnAnnL PiPEn, Postmaster. Wiliamstown Academy, '40, .Electra Street. INSTRUCTION in the Classic', Mathematics, .L Book-keeping, Use of the Globes, Drawing, 'Grmmar, Writing and Arith...

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Williamstown Post-office. List of Unclaimed Letters, in the week ending 29th March 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 March 1860

Williamstown Post-office. List of Undaimed Letters, in the week ending 29th .lfarch 1860. Ashman, Mrs. ; Buchanan. David ; Danes. Robt.; Danaher, )enis; Fowler, Geo.; Ford,. William ; Fletcher. Mr. ; Grant, Richd. ; inammond, T. ).; Wand, Mrs. Ann; Knape. Mers., Lines, F.; Lang horne, Alfd.; Pctteison, Jno. ; Paton, A. ; RobertF, Jno.; Renton, Geo. ; Stone, Johanna ; Schadow eky,-Mr.- - Thompson, Mr. ; Tracy. My.;-Ann ;W Wood. H. SnIPs-Glen Mlonarch, William.. Letters Detained for Postage. John Duncan, P.O. Williamstown, 2d.; Mrs. McKay, Pentland Hills, 4d. ,: RIncann PIPES, Postmaster.

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CENTRAL AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 March 1860

CENTRAL "AMERIC4A. The. Daily .National (San Francisco), January 27, says: " On the Sth December a severe shock of earth quake was felt in the city of Guatemala. T The water in the fountains was thrown from one side to the other, and the clocks stopped. The firstmove ment of the earth was from the south-West ; but afterwards it took the direction of north-west to south-east. A pendulumof 35,245 metrous'oscillated 40 milimetres. The noise lasted half a minute, and and the motion one minute. "Mr. Dimitary, U. S. iminister to Nicaragua, arrived at Managua on the 5th December, and presented .his credentials on the 7th. Com plimentary speeches were made on both sides, and Nicaragua and the United States fraternised. "A decree of December 13th declares M. Felix Belly's grand canal contract at an end he having failed to pay the O000,OO00L luein Septem ber.

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 March 1860

SOUTH. AMERICA. The news from Valparaiso, rid, California, is to 'December 16. :The Southern. Railroad would he openedto Kncagua by ~ chriýt.i Over 1,0110 men are employed on the Santiago and Valparaiso road. .A horse railroad from Coquimbo to Serena is contemplated: The teleraph line between Caldera and Copinpo is nearly repaired. A shock of earthquake on the 30th November threw down'some of the telegra.ph poles and broke the wires. A British squadron had arrived at Monte Video,'. with the view- of obtaining certain indemnificatieon from Paraguay, for losses and damages caused to a British'subject. The Government of the Bolivian 'Republic have issued a decree permitting the, cutting of bark a?l reducing the export duty to 10 per cent. on its market value. A concession of i5 years has been granted to a foreign house to work the Borade of soda mines' in South Pern. The Peruvian Government has refused to pay the American and French claims. The Secretary of the American Legation goes h...

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BRITISH COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 March 1860

S. BI:?TISII COLUMBIA. The Daily Natioval (San Francisco of J!nuary 30) ins.intelligence from Victoria, Vancourer's Island, to Janmury 24. It was intended to celebrate Blrn's annivcr. rv in Victoria by a public dinner. The Ga-eue of the 25th says, over.CS00 was pail' into the treasury on Saturday last. for the enlsing, quarter, .which became due on that day. This amount per quarter will give a yearly rcvenec fnnsn this one source of £3,200. The same paper says a mail has been receivnel from Cayoosh, of date 20th of December :hst. The weather has been remarkably mild in thl:. part, as indeed is evident from the fact of the Cayoosh snmail having reached. this place under 30., days. The Hudson Bay C?npany have recently solt their garden, 200 x 200 feet, corner of Fort and Governnient streets, opposite the fort gate, for 12000dol.. IT.B.IMT. ship Tribune, Captain Hornby, was to sail for England from Victoria, V.L, on the 24th or 25th January. An assayloffice is to be established at New ...

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