Williamstown election : report from the Committee of Elections and Qualifications upon the petition of William Henry Williams against the return of William Thomas Carter for the electoral district of Williamstown : together with the proceedings of the Committee and minutes of evidence

Corporate Author: Victoria. Parliament. Legislative Assembly. Committee of Elections and Qualifications
Other Authors: Anderson, William, 1828-1909, McLean, Allan, 1840-1911, Munro, James, 1832-1908, Patterson, James Brown, Sir, 1833-1895, Smith, Charles, 1833-1903, Young, Charles, 1825-1908, Zox, Ephraim Lamen, 1837-1899
Published: Melbourne : Robt. S. Brain, Government Printer, 1889
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1889, no. D 1
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Item Description: "Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed 17th July 1889"
Committee: James Brown Patterson (Chairman), William Anderson, Allan McLean, James Munro, Charles Smith, Charles Young and Ephraim Lamen Zox
Witnesses: James Adams (boot dealer Nelson Place Williamstown), James Anderson (scrutineer North Ward), William Billing (clerk H.W. Edwards) Joseph Bland (wool-sheds dumper Williamstown), John Brown (Williamstown), Andrew Johns Clark (acting Clerk Petty Sessions Williamstown), James H. Craig (deputy returning-officer Central Ward), Captain David Doughton, Matthias Elliott (acquaintance of Mr. Adams & Mr. Holman), Sydney Green (Williamstown), William Charles Holman (Port Melbourne), George Henry Jenkins (Clerk of the Legislative Assembly), Edward Percy Jones (clerk Williamstown), Alexander Robert Kerr (scrutineer South Ward), Henry Martyn Lind (election official Williamstown), Thomas Mason (deputy returning-officer Williamstown), Alfred Frank George Meakes (scrutineer Williamstown), Robert Owen (voter Williamstown), Thomas Owen (storeman Newport railway works), Thomas Owen (tea merchant Yarraville), Leopold Plier (scrutineer Victoria Ward),Alfred James Lay Sims (landowner Douglas Pde.), John Sims (partner F. and J. Sims), George Frederick Smith (town clerk & electoral registrar Williamstown), James Stark (deputy returning-officer South Ward), George Thomas (property owner Thomas St.) and Mrs. Williams (Newport)
Physical Description: xv, 23p. ; 34cm.