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Williamstown Police Court. There was no business before the Court on Saturday. Monday, 1st April, 1867. (Before Messrs Call and Dowman.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

?Mlillanslowh Polige ? ul't." There was no business before the Court on Saturday. Monday, lst April, 1867. (Before Messrs Call and Dowman.) Three seamen, named 'George Burton, Jolhn Heaton, and Francis Murphy, belong ing to tLM.C.S. Victoria, were brought up for drunkeness and disoiderly conduct. Heaton was also charged with wilfully damaging property at the Barkly Anus Hdtel, and assaulting . the landlord; and Murphy was accused of obstructing the police in the execution of their duty. The apprehending constable stated that he found the tivo first-named prisoners on the previous afternoon drunk in front of the Barkly Arms Hotel, from whence they had been ciected, Heaton having kicked in the frout door and assaulted Mr Adams, the proprietor. In bringing them to the lock-up, Murphy camne up and attempted to rescue the men from custody, when he also was taken in charge and detained. The Bench remarked that such conduct was most relirehensible. Burton was fined 10s., and Murphy and Hea...

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The Chronicle. APRIL 6th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

-."-' ' 'APRIL 6ih. 1867. Du' k?D G the past we-ek the old feud between the Parliament and the Press has again -broken out, and the "privilege" farce has ? hoce more been enacted. On Tuesday even: inug Mr. William Nelson McCaii, feeling , 'aggrieved at being accused of "fraud" in ,an article which appeared in the Leadei of , 'Satuiiday last, moved that the publisher of ,W that paper (Mr. Syme) be brought before -the bar of the House. In the debate which followed, the member for Geelong was backed by a number of persons who were only too glad to have an opportunity of abusing Sa portion of that Press which, only conde Scends to notice them when in want of a simile to render still more conspicuous things preposterously ignorant and narrow-minded: These individuals set their minds to work Sand with much eflbrt endeavoured to make it appear that although they had been at '.itacked by a venal Press, its vilifications Ihd 7- been treated with suprelme contempt; and concluded with the mode...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

TO SUBSCRIBERS • O?? our patrons are respectfully informed that a S?ew. Quarter has commenced, and that we shall ! feel obliged by an early settlement of accounts.

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BALL AND SUPPER AT FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

BALL AND SUPPER AT FOOTSCRAY.-It will be seen on reference to our advertising. columns that tbe anniversary.of Court Rising Sun will be celebrated by a ball and supper,; to be held "at the Footscray Borough Chamii bers on Tuesday evening niext.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

: . WANTED, E-.O)VLS and Ducks; apply to Mfessrs. Elw rthy :j and Dobbin, Nelson-placo. To Let, '?/[ACK'S HOTEL, Stevedore-street;: for par. :IVI . ticulars apply' Tuo:ts MAsos. VICTORIAN PERMANENT PROPERTY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY; ea?d Officc: 20 AND 22 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. :- ,OTICE is hereby given that Mr Power has Sbeen appointed Agent for Williamstown. Jas. MunRo, Sec. I N.'aceordance with the above, I beg leave to R. -~otify to parties wishin to join the Society, that I will be home on Wedonesday Eveuing, from Six to Nine o'clock, and iers Morning up to Ten o'clock. PETER P~r YEI, Strand. A,'?= First-Class Opportunity for Publicans, and Others. : 'For Sale or to Let, rI(HOSE Commodious Premises known as I I " '"McAulley's," situated at the Corner of lbert and Sydney-streets, Footscray. o': r particulars, apply to Mr. Charles Franklin, lhlackwall Cottage, Williamstown or Mr Forward, :1' Qaucenostreet, Melbourne. :C."* N . DEAN &- Co., Practical Tailor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

I:2r Painter .Glazier, :- Paperhanger and..! ;,:r~", ..i>_,.,.:. Contractor, to return .thanks to his friends and the, puiblic at large for the very liberal.supporthe " received at their hands during the p?ast year. S hin soliciting a continuance of their favours he begs -;, "!to stute that as hitherto he will pay close attention ,; to business and a strict performance of all work ac cording to agreement. : Paperhangings, Glass, Oil, White and Reda S ead; 'Amber. Patent Driers, Varnish, Glue, 'i: Whiting, and .Mlxed Paints of all descriptions. " ;' .I Mark the Address ! G. BUNTING, Corner of Cole street and Osborne Street, South Williamstown. i FRANK TATTERSALL,: AGENCY,-: -- :,I:. , : NELSON PLACE. ,,,,.CIOMMISSION Agent and Accountant.; }' / Transfers of Property under the.' Real Pro "L ptpy.'A et' effecte d.. -i "ýiBills of Salemadle'ont and registerd"#: . ,tM.; .Memorials and Petitions prepared. - ' ' 'y!f;Correspondence conducted. Books Posted up. .. .. . "'f 'G ' Charures M...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

*T v'IRRIVED. :March 30.--Victoria, ,IM. str, from survey cruise; Wcstern,-str, from';Poitland;"Solomon;, American bile, from Boston; Carl, brig, from Cal cutta ' Pincess of. Wales, bqe, from Foo-chow-foo; 'El Dorado, French liqe,.from Calcutta ; Frederick, bqe, from rort MacDonnell ; Eva, sch; from Warr nambool; Belle, sch, from Adelaide; Flying Squirrel, sch;l fom Port MacDounell ; Clutha, sch, from Port. MacDonnell; Jet, sch, from' Port Mac D-'onnoll; Lady Lyttelton, bqe, from Brisbane; Annio Beaton, sch, from Port MacDonnell; Dart, ach,' from Victor Harbour.;Camilla, bqe, from' Geelong. :I March 31.-Penola, str, from Adelaide; .'oii fangs, str, from Sydney. April 1.-Eliza Goddard, brig, from Newcastle; Fanny, sch, from Newcastle ; Melbourne, sa;, from: Warrnambool; City of : Melbourne, str?, from April 2.-Catherine Jane, bqe, from newcastle; Peeril, cutter, from Warrnimbool ; "BlacliSwah. str, from Launceston. April 3;-Mistress of the Seas,'bhig from Liver pool ; Alexandra, sch;...

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POST OFFICE, WILLIAMSTOWN. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

f PSOSTI. OFFICE.- WILLIAMSTOWN. -;*-;,-_ ™NOTICE.- - * -- - - : We V:arc'requested by the Postmaster to callj at :.tention to the rediction in the charges on Money I Ordcrs drahnon Great Britain and:Ireland. ,'.?.On and afterthis 'dat the commission ro Money .rders payable in tho. United Kingdom will be as follows -Onsumsfiot exceeding £2,-Is . n sums-exceeding £2, but not exceeding 5, 2s 6d . do' do '- 5.liittiobtcxceeding£7, 3s Gd ' o .- "do -£7, but not exceeding £1O, 5s ".+PoST OFrICE MOiEKY OnDER STSTEMr. : 6 MoneyOirdesi can be obtAinid at this office, on saymeint of thd followiig, rates: Above , ,.- Onama £5 and '. :"-; '. " . not x x- nolCx ;ding ceding ,np iaccsn m ictria (sec list of £5.~ x10 .'toCnis axhibitel t Peost-olffic) 6d: Is. ;Onipilhesmin;S.' Australi (do.) -Is. 2s. 'd\ Southl' ales, NCw Zealand: ' ,,. .Western Auisriaia, Queenslanid ,, Do. Uhited :gingdom", (do) 2s. 6d . 5s. 7ate -leltterd for the JUnited Kingdom, Western ý·?stralia, Point do Galle, India, Chin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

:HEALTH FOR~THE IV AL D HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellous effect of this fine medicine upon the system is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re stored, a-full flow of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer. tainty of. restored health: fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things.. .Holloway's Pills imparts tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extraordinary virtues they have obtained the lariest sale of any medicine in the world. , <. - . Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. Look to the regularity of the functions of these foundations of vitality. Holloway's Pills resteie to order the slightest departure from the proper action, and, therefore may be considered as the' regulators of the mainspring of human life. Apo plexy can alwaysbe preven...

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CAUSE FOR JEALOUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

CAUSE FOR JEALOUSY.' . (From Betsey Jane Ward,) 'Isuppose it air not jenurly nown which it owt" two bee, though. peple's minds have bin- so m ,tch. 'took hup bythe war that tha could nota tend two it, that my arteemass was allus a grate favoryte of the fare seek. But after the nupsbell not was tyd, it was is dooty too adjewer every feemail exeept !he wife of hiz boozim, for when. they amre,nyted into the'bonds of matrimony the air on- twane. . But arteemass has allus bin in danjure of besin led away, like King Solomon, which-the pete sez: The wisest man that ever lived olost dearly lofed the nlasies 0 ! There was a feemail into our parts named Susan. nah Loines. She had red hare, bloo eye, a -fare skin like'snow, -pnd a few freckles onto her knows, red lips,'good teeth, & a good shaipe. She.as about mi naithe, but wasen quite so-poly, as I'm what they calls embonepint. When we fust marrid, arteemass coul arms cleen round me, and he used to do i offen, but now he says he nose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

: E ARE-? IN LIFE. I :Neo anid. mee 'aluable iedicines for hither \.1o? intsr actableand ~inclirable diseses. TT LIKETthe Patent Medicines generally im .U ported from the United Kingdom, the fol owing from France have been severely tested and icirtinineddebyli the hi?st-eminenfit Government and private analytical arid operative Chemists and prac tising physicians .f Paris, :6c., insomuch that, the entire :Parisian Medical Faculty, attached to the. Government-and- other` Hospitals, &c., in the French; dominions can after vigorous trials, with the-fullest contidence, recommend them- to the favonirable notice iof all languishing, not only i~nder ordinbry diseases ; but tso who may be 'hoping against hope.' :. . :' o TN oreCod Liver Oil. .ys *ups. of Tizeil d loe ser adish. i " Pr pared by GRIfMAULT 8 Co.,, Chemists, 7 Rue do las Fnillade,; Paiis.t" Accdiring to the cer. . tificates of the'ph ysicisns oLthe Paris Hospitals de tailed in the Prospeqtus, and with thd'approbation ":...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

. Bli ou of Williamnstown. EINDEIRS invited ia! uMoNSDA 15th i' , 1 ,: at Four p. fromI persons willing to supply a' rat for th ue of the:Fire Briade. - ,-?l..for suppl and fixing a Fire-bell, in North illiameto _ '. . 'Specifications ?s seen at this office, on and --after:Mo?' A" "- nt, 8 in?t. ; "... , ~- By order, ? "GEO. MITH, Town Clerk.' Council Chambers, -. i-l--? n_-t? , " April 5th"'- 87. ; ,NýTUEDAYI,, AIRIL. ;16TH, "1867: J KEjuAMA1TWR =DUNTIC SOCIETY S , dte.in site ofthe d of the MiELMOrSu h IPhformance to consist of the Drama ii two a-W lZNF L WOMANI iaAnd. the 'srce of TEE FBII4N tMENENON IN A SBMOCK FROCK. 0 COMMEN2CE AT 8 oclock PRECISELY. -Prices of Admission. Reserved Seats, Two ` '\. Sihiings and Sixpencs;' fodyof laHll, OneShiilling:' Tickets to be obtained of Messrs.-Rider, Saffien , Iand as membe? of the Society. .,: Fo .e'artherParticlarseeefuture dvetisemean and Progrmmes. " . ON SALE;,: 4 S- "t',. '-the' :tores of the undersigned, ? ecil nd I3 Thompson Stre...

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A ROGUE IN GRAIN. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

A ROGUE, IN GRAIN. From Readings by Stiarlight) (.Continued from our- lastJ ' Well,' he says.' that'll do ; it's only plaint oak, ; and, if you like, you can begin priming snd going oa at once. .There's-paint's and' brushes, but you must find your own graining tools.' : At it goes like a savage, and then I f9und as thefe was a week's work--for me befdre I need touch the graining ; for there was prim-. ing, and first and second coats; and soTI went. on, but thinking precious hard about the bit of graining I should have to do. ' Nothing venture, nothing gain,' 1.says; and that:night I was hardit itaftder- work-ah !-- and right up to-two o'clock in the moringn"-trying to put a bit'of oak grain on to a pieceoif smooth deal. 'd got a brush or two and some colour, and a couple of those comb-like things we use; and there I-was, with thd'missus trying to keep her eyes open and pretending?to sew, while I painted and streaked;,rd thein smudged it about with a bit:of rag; and- I'm blest -if I ...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

;The challenge rifle match betweerlithe Ota go Naval Brigade and the Naval Brigade o. Vietoria, which took place on the 29th Decem her. last, having been annulled in consequence . of the former corps shooting at larger targets than the latter, it was agreed that the same parties should engage in a fresh match. The shooting was commenced accordingly at the Williamstown butts on. Saturday afternoon, and- lasted three hours.. The conditions of the challenge were that ten men of each bri -gade should fire on the same day, at 200, 400, 500, and 600 yards, Wimbledon targets and scoring. - Lieutenant Douch, of the William stown Artillery, acted as umpire for the Dune 'din Volunteers. The weather. on Saturday was not altogether favourable for shooting, as a strong south-east wind .blew the whole of the' afternoon across the ranges, and in no sinall degree baffled the marksmen.; but not withstanding this, the Williamstown "men mnade 378 points, which number.wasffty-four in excess of the tota...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

Ilolloway's Ointment:.-Painless -Cures, Sores, wounds, ulcerations. and dfhe. diseases alrecting the skin, are amendable by this' ooling and healing" Unguent. It has clled. forth the -loudest praises fronm.persons who had suffered for ytars fronm bad legsalbsessess and chronic yleer~; after every hope of .cure had long passed away. Non biet those who Dave experienced the soothing effect of this ointment can forman idea of the com-' fort it bestows by restraining inflammation and allaying pain. Wiheneer this Ointment has been once'used it has established its own worth; and has again been ea erly solnght for as the easiest and safest ,remedy for all ulcerous complaits.- 'In neuralgia, honmatism, and gout, the same appli cation. properly used, gives wonderful relief. A ? lother's.Love.- t a steamboat disaster oq the '%1ississiplii, a man saw'a woman and girl struggtliiS g fogether in '-te water, and cried out,' I can save one of yoel; which !' 'Savs. my daughter, said the mother and th...

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Original Sketches. HOW I SPENT MY FIRST NIGHT IN VICTORIA. [Continued from last week.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

Originsal Sketches. HOW I SPENT MY FIRST NIGHT IN VICTORIA. BY IBONPEN. [Continued f ros last woeek.] When I recovered my senses I was alone in a dark room, lying upon the floor. My first impression was that I was still, on board ship, but on rising and. feeling about I soon satisfied myself that I was no longer afloat. I then tried to realize the preceding day's events-our voyage up the Bay, my trip ashore, my interview with the Bristol land-jobber, my fight with the man who in sulted me, and lastly the death-struggle I had with the assassin-looking fellow who. rushed into the room and shook me by the throat. All this I recollected perfectly well, but what followed was a blank. My money, my watch, and everything, except what I stood in, were gone. I was completely stripped. It was clear that I was the victim, of some deep-laid conspiracy. That' smooth-faced Bristol man and his two villanous companions were no doubt con federates who had laid a scheme to rob and murder me. But what ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

. ,o0i-i d ui ( l3cneraIl ?ewiu, ' i " Tin :WisLLrArsT6W : CO'?OPERATIVE COM -Ps'A .-The usiid qu'rterly meeting of the iVilliiunstown C-operative Association was held last Friday evning, at whicli MIr Gall lpresided , There wiere.about 150 persons prese?Lnt TlIe *secretary read the quarterly riport-and tailnce-slicet, sliowing thb re ceiipts dluring the past thirteen weeks o be .£32 Os 7Ad.;. the expenditure for thie same period being L351 Ss 5d. On the capital account, the profits for the qtiiarter were de clared -to be. L23 17s 9d., out of which a dividend of Is 6d. in the pound was declaruld t,, the customers of the company on aiccount .of tle.pi'rcl;w-se, the Ib laie- being carried over to reduce the prelimiunay expenses aC countS. Six new *directois uwere appointed for the cisuing quarter. NEW INSOLVENT.--lichard lIine Fin'Law ler, of Willianstown, late a publican,,now out of business. Causes of insolvency-Losses ii.business, and n?.il of employment. Liabili ties, £329 Gs 10d....

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Footscran Police Court. Wednesday, 3rd April, 1867 (Before Messrs. Call, and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

'Wed.ia·aly; id April $1 '-"(Bedfiore :3I ''s~ aldl ; dInu d If .i -Tnbpector;$ r3e- ci .osecuted' 'Williamr Lilley:for jlle?,dly.qar " oix the Stoney t Cro?.k -Prseetistoi stated th1tilic m .n.i- hsd been"s o fs e?ri there fora sconsIde able ttiiic, that hlie hail oeglect'd to taSke out his licfise for the ciiurent yesir, aintb .that]l. I iIl Been convicted olf '"sinil.th oflcrfiie. in 1G82. ,: :Thilie defendant's dxcuse was tiit l he had iost liis 'ld license, which p;re- onted hiii frotm obtaining a new one. - II:. s'as ordered to take ou.t . icense with - i' a-itfeek, and pay the costs of court. A :farmer, named Blnjamiin Croplcy, pro ceeded against T?itinr Garatt, w youth, aid thie .keeper of thd ýi'ootseray Swanip-roa-d doll-rgate, for ilicgarlly elia.rgtiig toll on the 5tli" of March from the coinrpl'inant, lih being a appearing for the defence. Theqomplainiani stated thalt on the day in qne r` ctl ,; stugli thle:gaayc «itli aUt , cmtyy idl oflcitd dlie collector ld.. -w]iclh...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 1st April, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 April 1867

.WILAM? STOW'~ BOOUGH COUNCIL Fi.ltMsnayTssl pM"d67 t'f xPresent-The Mayor'(Mr Dowman), and (rs- Mason, Haslam, Franklin, Dalgarrio, Power and Lindsey.. .' . "'The iinutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed the-following letters were read --1.From Mr Le Cren, applying for payment of £122 10s'forljaying down fire plugs along_ the_public . streets. [Referred -to the Fiinance Cominiitte] -? 2. From Mr Jamiies McDonagh;, calling> atteiition to the state of tlie'water. channel at the junction of McQuiarrie and Stevedore streets ; 3. From Mr S. R. Scoltock, Secretary to the William stown Gas Company, in reply to an inquiry imade Wy this council as to whether the directors weredisposed toreopen the question of ilighting the whole of the town with gas. The secretary stated that the board'had con sidered the points submitted, and that the company was prepared to light twenty-two lamps in addition to the fifty now lighted, at the rate of £7 each lamp, the number of hours each ni...

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A NEW FRENCH BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

NEW1 FRE5CI1 BLUNDERZ-A French news 'per critic lately -went into' ecstacies ever " at?noblelmonoda.~of Sir Thomas More, the cele "rated Irish poet, beginning t' We left himi at tie inhis lory.' Mrs M o issey, the ife of the pugilistic minember of Congress recently attended mncetini" i ti SttqiZ?oNew York'- Her ap: pearance on t tiCcasiontjisthus described.. -- 'e ? y as cc tainly ??ttired_..far ih dn f-any f be? ihowetpresent, id. it ha been tid thit the value of- the pi cinns.. stotes,' i ich adorned her: person wnitld qmrchtaae inot u01yU "the dresses worn inthe'clhiri4t, bntitti :edifice a'nd its ailtire flounces, over which was rown a black lace shiwl.H 1er hair was arr ed ch fnrfll dress, aiid npion-'her head was a ilver crown or ^wee-ith thickly studded vit .diamond stara. Upon' her beck wals a co . and dimoid necklace of. great vilue. Dia nd bracelets .lso enicircled= her wristsT Upo .her feet were slippersof gold colour.. In. aition tit his gorgeons displahy the- lady's h:t...

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