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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST TWO MEDICAL MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 April 1860

SERIOUS CIHAIGE AGAINST TWO iTrE DICAL MEN. An inquest was held at Pitlield, on tile lst inst., before Dr. Clenlssestss on the losly of a ytSv'.s mantanmnedElizaletlh tM'MIrlen, (flutnerlyE1;z tl ta-h Spotiiswood, of WlitMnstown), who d;Cl on Mtn light Flat on 2G6th March. M. tM'MI 'en dicjsed.--Was Ihushand of de ceased,. who was aged LG years, and hadlheen nmar. ried to h'-n nine months, tit ing wh;ch t no shie wa : in the best of health. On the2 2rI: st., lhetim tht'.r ;n expectation of her cor inemcent -she cmplnaine? of paus, and, shot .ly aftet tranIs, fe" into enm . sions. Dr. Chatfeidit was called in, who bled her, and onlered leeches to the temples. E1rteen lee ches were proce-ed, but or'y two world Itit. Witness then went forDr. Clarke, at tile intstig?tini of Dr. Chatfieldl, and they both remainted ' th do. ceased all Satuttlay v;glt and all Stlna, Itt:' Mondlay morrtsg. Both then left about i9 o'clt::; a m. 'Witness said it would be httter fr one of them to stop, but the...

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Williamstown Police Court. Monday, 2nd April, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 April 1860

T"* illitiSlt oit `u olioe -ourt. M. ."Tonday, 2nd April, 1860. (..... Before Lieut. Cran ord, P.Mf.) ":JTohn 'dMitccelli was charged eith being d ink and disorderly, and tearing the watch house-keeper's nnifornl jumper. The prisoner alle-ied thait wvhen he com menced his drinking :bout in the Yarra Ho t.l, Melbourne, on the previous day, he had d'O in his pocket, and that finding 1,s money gone, he supposed lie had committed the as sault complained of . The apprehending constable deposed to ha-'ng found prisoner stretched at full lerigth on the steunmboa?it ha.i , and that on .searchinig h:n in the watchhouse, before wit nssess; found only 10s. Gd. cash in ] s pockets and two silver watches. The Bench admonished prisoner, and or dered him to pay'20s .compensation for- the dianiinge done.to the watcl'iiouse-keepers' ui formn. Tuesday, 3rd April, 1860. Before Lieut. Cravford, 1RkL,' and C. J. Perry, Esq., J.P.) -Taiies Greers charged with mi-;ng use of obecen'e laugaage in the pub'-c...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 April 1860

"ARIUVEKD. tt] Marchl",2--Ellen, brig, Will, .from .NOwcsEtlo.;. - -.ove, sh., .Tones, from Circular Head; Roya ;T Shpherd str,; Saliilers from Launccston; City of rbirt. str i hiarhy. from Hobart Ton. - March :--City oft Sydney,- tr.,- ýMoodic, from - " 'S3yney; Janet Dickson, scllr., from River Mersey; g SVicerov, sclr.i- Nichilson fromn Newcastle ; Adc Iud laidc.chri, froiluirt Fr?ceick; .Express, scr., A froiml Nrweastle; Pearl, schi., from..Port Fairy; g - Tigress', ship, "yan, from London ; Queen, str., Lucas, frotm Poti tln ; ilmco. str., from Adelaile ; ' Douglas, schr., from Newcastle'; Frreebridge. schr., t -: fron"t Tort Fredirick ; i Margaret :Chissel, scr-, " r.m IPrt'Fredrick; Lady -Bid, str., from Adc- d laide. . AI..i.. April--?Xi.- -.- -:- i "; '.-..April'2-lyinf1 ' Cloud, scbr., Witiams, from S1 ort Freleriek ; Anne, schr., from Appollo Bay. , April :3-Lnal Ioolkh. brig, himplon :from fiji Ilslansls ; Plitice of' Wales, schr., Campbe,, from n Circular Head; Highlan...

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

.. Victorian Railway s. N :,?TICE: - . :... A SPECIAL TR AIN TALL TLeave Williamstown for Melloi'e This :- .,4 [l i.:: 'Y;.:.:Ever ig (Sa l-day) at Seven; p i.m., retnon :; in omMelbourne at Twelve o'clock.' ;: J. «WARD, Secretary.. r i "?',r") r Public W orks O "3eo. :lMelbor :e, 1.:,r 4 1 - A p 1 6800. : H'.: "; WiP r' nst ' 'k Ml i piniciplity. :: . RE invited oni permor'is F-o :o unde. he ...;is,; J? ..':thefollosa igWorli;i , V -;-' o.. - """ -- ContractNo. 6.--The foir'fiton snidmeta g -'of S theroad - Macqur "e-street; .. '.." Contriact No 2j.- The foon ' tion idetr "g Sf the rmod'-i that paof Ne'sion-p "eewlaeh c'es.be tve~ni Ai " .stret PA d Mlo, ? ]s-street. : , . Contract No. 28 The foi nataoin and meta-lls ef thatproad. o Dov-rad.owf ? c i lies beteenn - a John 'treet an8 Ya:-a-street. The Speci'iction may'be seen and forms of Tender obtained, on and otter Tuesday next, the -3rd day of ' pril, at the olice of the Municipal Srsweyor.; and, the tenders must be delivered at...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, April 7th 1860. "NO CONFIDENCE." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 April 1860

* "WI LAM SOWN, so erday, Ar1;- 7th s-150. " M? P ra aý NO CONFIDENCE." , s.;Wz hope mionisters arc eujoj;g thei; Easter h'oliday',but the hope is not backed up by any very confient expectation. Indeed, it would be difficult for them to abandon them seles to ,hie lipiruit f'plc~i t?ith such.sa i tb'ng as a n" corideince notioi han-lga over or tlehe heads. They l-wve been sent to-play a"t the state of a und that a lot of schoolboys world b:e , whose master fr:sfiisbd thecm -with.the:tIt.nation thtthey wo,.?d receive a tl sorsd welt;-g at the teo.r.station of the recess. ai An rneasy glancing fo s;x-d'to the pit' ei 1". r embitter the"- present ;"caci da-y thiat elapse ???. not only bInig; them neafr to the re susnption of II.-re :shed 'labho,i bht ;so to g dreaded pu,:s~l, neut. S·-ely, it wvis ca el of v kfr. Alpiuanl to yke notice of 1is jmotion at c such a tine.. He irg-t, have had the fight ( fought out before the adjouunuent, : or he v might not have commenced it till then: any ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 April 1860

WILLIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE '.-The half-rearly meeting of the members of thiis;institte wash held' in the new building, Electi·rstroeet i od th evening of Monday, the 2.d-ins:, B L.J. Ellety, Esq, F.R.A.S., bc tcupyn ? c "jir. There was but a uimited attendance... Reports fromithe General Com mittee.Tresurer, and. Director of. Lectures .vqrgrread and adopted. As they give every 'infoination as to the present' position of the iisttitution; w ciill eideavor to Iy them be fore our readers next. week. .The President (Mr.i"Ste art), Vice-president; (Mr. Ellery), Treasurer. (Mr. Ifodiam), and sirmimbers of Committee, retiring from -office by rotation, .the meeting proceeded t" filltlie'v?cancies so occasioned., ?JLessrs. Ellery, Inglis and Piper, mere unanimously appointed to the respective phbIitioe2_'of '"resident,' Pic '-Vesident and 'Treasuerer ' The elections to the Committee were.in accordance with, the rules proceeded withi y ballot . After all present had; cx ercised, their ...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

E XAGLISf. VINTELLIGEYUE. .LONDOx, Febrdary 18. The December mails from Australia were de ivered in London on the 4th and Sth inst Tlhe news rom Melliurne has occasioned some uneasiness in commercial circles. The absorbing topic of the month is Mr. Glad stone's budget, of whih the Anglo-French com narcial treaty forms a prominent feature. Owing to the Chancellor's illness, the financial exposition was postponed from the 6th to the- 10th instant, when it was mlade,.in i crowded House, in a four hour's speech, whichhasbeenmuch culogised. - Mr. Gladstone had an'anticipated deficit of £9,400,000 o deal with, arising. rom the cost of our arma nents, the cessation of the income-tax, and the aipse of the war-duties on tea and sugar. To this sum he added over two millions more, which the nation is required to sacrifice through the French treaty, the abolition of the paper duty, and the re cissionof numerous other customsand excise taxes, hringing up the total to £11,508,000. To raise this s...

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ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE BENARES WITH THE FEBRUARY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

ENGLISHl NEWS, AThRIVAL . OF THE BENARES WITH THE FEBRPUARY MAILS. The Benares,r Captain lurne, arrived at INepean Blaynt 2.45'a.m., on Wednesday, and in Hobson's Bay early yesterday morning. Causes of detention. head winds and foult bottom. She left'Suez on the 28th of Februaryand Aden on the 6th of March, and brings E.glish news to February 18. The submarine telegraph between Suez and Aden is broken. Vessls are enngged in inspecting the wire. No Aden telegram received.

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FORESTRY AND ARCHERY. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

FORESTRY AND ARCHERY. [2'To the Llitorof the WILLIAusrows CROnrctLE.] SSia,- In connection with my previois let ter on the "Ancestry of Forestry," I would beg thjc' rivilege'of making a few further com ments upon archery, as I think the subject as woithy'of conisideration as, any. other siiort, and cannot see any objection to an effort beig made to.start'a club sorsocietyr, with reference. thereto in Willianstow n Concerning archery, as a- pastime, or is a healthful exercise, it has the sanction of Gilen as being . sufficiently active, and not too vio lent. In addition-to this it is a salutary and moderate exertion of the muscleb. -It has two other advauntaes; it leads to pure air, and is abundantly, interesting to the mind, especially when it is' attended by competition. I be lieve'I ai:correct in saying--that tomie? ellZ contested, games have already, been played:by the St. Kilda Club, in :which ladies, as well as gentlemen, -have- competed : for valuable prizes. Why may not.tlie ...

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THE LATE ELIZABETH ANN SPOTTISWOOD. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

THE LATE ELIZABETH: AN SPOT TISWVOOD. [To te 'Editor ofteWzLI,.urs-Trow CHnoNICi.E. :. Si,- You will greatly oblige by giving in sertion to these few lines in your issu 'of Sa turdaynest, respecting the late Elizabeth Ani Spottiswood. The editor of the Independent states.that the. girl's mbther had encouraged MAcMullen's addresses to hcr daughter, which statement I be to say is false, for such"never was,:the .case .The. girl was only some five months turned her fourteenth year at the time she was taken away from her home, and had his punishment been as many years imprison ment:as it .wasmonths, it would have been wihat he. richly deserved. I am, Sir, your obedient servait,?'. . Tios.. HA'-D; -

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SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

S3ucGoLING.-BetWeen eleven and twelve o'clock, on Tuesday night last, the Customs boat.on night duty, in charge of Mr. Capron, observed a boat pulling towards the Sandridge ld 'pier. The officer, deeming its movements' suispicious, immnuediately gavo chase, but before hei got allongside the boat the men (nine in number) liad bolted up thepier.. On searching the boat, which was full of seamen's luggage, a qluantity of tobacco and cigars were found, the whole of which, including the boat, is now in possessidon of :the Customs authorities at Williamstown. Six of themnen are supposed to have belongedto the Deverly fronaialcutta. .......... ". .i ~%j

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THE SMALL JOBS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

THE SMALL JOBS.O S [To tIH Editor of the WVmLLLumrows Czruomcrl Sn,--Allow me to occupy a space in your paper to state that I observed a paraigraph in your.journal-a few months ago setting forth the unfair system' practised by-a former Coun cil in giving their odd jobs and favours, such as carpenters' work, office furniture, building materias; &c., &c.; to one man, and not'dis :tributlng them among the ratepayers of. the town. Now, Sir, I shall propose for a better equalization. Let there be a list of names'?o those connected with the building trade, and givhd ach ei ii in rotation three months of the before-mentioned favours, be the amount laige obr. small. Allow me also to add, that since the appeairance of the paragraph spoken of, the gentleman who had hitherto monopolised the jobs has not troubled any of the Committees with' his-,accounts, therefore it is.to be sup posed that for the last six months he has not done any work for then. Be that as it may, let-us now...

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Original Correspondence. MUNICIPAL GRIEVANCES. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

` MUNICIPAi GRILVANCES> [To the Editor of the Wu LL3srTow, Cr.oNIh LE SSn,-I could not help noticing the number, of grievances -brought forward during the municipal election, just terminated, at the public mceetings of the candidates-., It would appear as if the ratepyers had bottled-up all their, nomplaints till the dclayof wrath, to pour forth their vials upon the heads of unoffend ing candidates. I beg, therefore, to suggest that in future a iitblic meeting be held every three months, at the expense of the ratepayers, for the purpose of taking into consideration the .wrongs of .the grievance-mongers, and -I think that much good will result therefrom.': Yours; &c ., Loosrsas-oxi,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

e -: tllkepicade. are respeetfiUly anforsued that Mr. P.eart of- 2terveorc.street, hatt been apfpoited an _ e for jurl dale of this paper. -- S otice to. Advertisers.: We olwldlfeei greatly obliedt if advertisers, sc7o can ma? e it convenienti toforaoarl. their orders in the early part of dlce week wout n lose no time in doing so. Hitherto ice have been put to inlei inconvenience on account of the late hour at iwhich adver?rsementlskare arrived, and if this coadd be aroided, or p?Errtrallyt so, our arrangements would be greatlt facilitated. To Subscribers. A rew Quarter having commenced, our Sub- OC: cicrs are ilnfornmd that their contributions will .be received either at the Publishing Office, Ann. street, or by the party who delivers this paper. .. Td-such as have not yet paid their last Quarter's ui!b::. uscriptions~ as well as.to those who are indlebted' ';lo iundry aj nlk accounts for advertising, we beg to state that we shall feel much obliged by their attending to the above i...

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POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

(r : ik,POST OFFICE NOTIOES. i 'iw Ai is intended to detain the Royail Mail steam ii E. silpEinenat Sydney imntil the 16th: inst,-.mails'for - despateh by that vessct' il'l" not close'at; this loffice Sbfoie'the 18thi, atthe following hoiurs:-; I S-For'cesterld letters and newspapers at.4 p.m. , =-Foroyineyletters at 6 p.m. - ied) WILLtu TunNka, Secretary. .1,G rlPoOffice, Mdelbourne, Aprl1 12,1860.:; Note.-Letters and newspapers, for Trieste, or ,-marked-rid Trieste, are forwarded in a mail direct ,- froms:this'olffie: iu Letters and ief spapers for France oor.o theaor ,thern' countries, beyond France,' can be forwarded .,.by~the travellin6 post-office between Marseilles and ,,- oson payment of the Victorian postage only, but are chargeable with an additional foreign postage on delivery. .

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MUNICIPAL COURT. (Before Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

S - MUNICIPAL COURT. (Before Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) iAi.-LL DEBTS-DECISIONS.--Jhnston U. ;idefendant to pay ~8 18s. 6d. and costs two other cases were adjourned till Monday,

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Williamstown Police Court. Monday, 9th April, 1860. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

c t;Iha~rnlsfowia ýoIhte Oturt.:' (Before Lieut. Crawford, PM.L)1_. I i .os li7 ray, seaman, chaiged, by:Constable McDoug all with-.beimg drunk and disordeily ion the:previous day, was .idriionished and dis , .r charged; this bieim hii first offenice." ..;S-Ssun DESTiD1ETS--IE'o'e Ki neston e Cooper; defendauitto'' ay :2 Is. 4d anciiosts S*withinliven'dei jays. f°odgs on v Toidisn; de r .fendai tfpay 3' 6s. 3d. and'costs.-,.q: -; ?.?.? ? Tuesday, 10th April, 1860. : ': 'Before rLien Crawford, ILM. aind C f'kc rt - "1? rlewas-wsin'smoned to this Court I,, 1 yyJohnhionnell, foir the ecovery of' wg ±and w:as ordered to pay comiplainaint £5 ad -costs-of Court WP dnesdo~ZlLj1Ie4 l,4prsilgGl ý1q610 " • (BefoQ" re eut. Crawford PL P ) l,::- Catherine Outen a middle-aged woman, was' "&rohgit up ,by'the police charged with' dis orderly conduct, and breainns the 'windows of S't -.The case wa remanded till the following dar, for the appearance of-prosecutor.,. ' ' ieu-ir"sday, 1t April...

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ELECTION OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

ELECTION OF COMMI TTEES. The followings Councillors were elected to efteTfdf'thensuing year on-lthe comnmittees, as under :-. . ' Public wvorks:-Chairman, La Rocb,'d~iz Moxham. e. .Cei try.-lWhite, La Roche, and Cou Gid: aeLChacrman, Mason; andTIngi, ls. Market .-Conrtis,Atfason, and White. Finance.-Chairman, Inglis, aiiid Maif n.s -? LeI slativ.y Chrirmann,{lMason.mand?Inglis aDispensary. White,: Courtis :, and La .Lh?t ..- aoxam Cohrtis and :White. FireErigade.- LRoche;" Couritis; and • Whit .. v

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ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

Cashin Bank ".: 1 - £17 2 0 ,, on haid .. 9 11 6 Gas Company (Fent of 1hiB)f .. 3l3 0 Bethel 0 5 0 Parker .... ..'.uflt j 3 30 Subscriptions to qua?ikr ndung?Ma?h?ia 31st,?1860,; .:1::.: i :...t " 30 0 0 Deficiency., '. -. 9715 10 ,rho.: 1'o 1... 61 1 1 aMessrs. Bu.rell &Co. . , 30 11 6 Mr. Stephens - 7- ...1 3 0O Messrs. Stewart Carriek &o 5 6 " Mr. Robinson - .-r '.i 0 13 4 Mr. Ridor , . 12. 8 Messrs. Dove& Oswald, Wiiamstowx h 1 6 -Do. do. Melbourne ... 3.16. 0 Secretary, Commissiort- . -- . 18 7 ,10 Do., Diaburaeents .. .. 411 . 3 . - .- £161 1 1

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J. MOXHAM, AS TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT CURRENT WITH THE WILLIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, FOR THE HALF-YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 14 April 1860

3J MoIfoar, AS TnREsmRER, ir AccoUNT CoR LENT WVrIT TILE WiVLLIAMurTOW MECHANICS' ' _IS IT?TE, TOR THE "GHiF-YmR EN DiG 31st MABMcH 1560. To Balance .. .. ... 60 10 11 C.Hire?of Room 3... £ 5 0 .,,.Salo.of Paper ... 10 0 SNet proceeds of. 'x O cnurson to Queens - iffe per Steamer S'amsoim ._ . . ,2G16 06 . SDo. Lecture by~Rev.., ,- - ..;'Mr. Watkin " 0 'g 0 'D6Dr'Edesa . 05 0 , Do. Pro* Ntayer-.. -0 12-6--- , Do .?flr. Hill; . 5.... 0 :Do. Re?Mr Irko. " 0 i3 G S69 7 0 , Subcrptons qr. ending : t -,+,i'?-, <",r 31st Dccember, .159 .?1, 15'. r ,Snbsriptions q.,6emg" lit," 3-tA :,fi . ,rcl ' . i ;.,-: .3 9 ' C.- r . :', i w:.' ! + ;': ," , ' . ," ' By Moxlam, rent £... £25 0 0 ,, Sutton, on accountm ;'; :'0 0 0.-- ",'Tdmkiins, Messenger ... 0 0 ,Shannon, Cndles .. 1 155 ,, TominsMessener.... 7 0 - o'Mxiim, Reent ... 20 00 , ,,.2H1 l, Lectureji..'-,:;.'j,, i i 5 o0' ";,. Scot,^Pngitinig , „ 1 1 1 ,"'nToi ns; Messeniger';.; *i,',4'4: 0' ',,;'Burell & Ci "Suudries,.: .-...

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