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WILLIAMSTOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

. VILIA IMSTUOWN 1IEWCIANI[CS' .INSTIT VTE. : Thc eduilf3culy mctuti gof the inembers ,f theAWtilliiidiitowit .cciamnes' Institute i- asI held at tle instituti ont Vtllnesdiav evennii"ag The secretiry iniad the report anld halnice-sheet, sliowig :thel receipts for T?he lif?lf-}ear ciding 30th Mlarch to blie £.20-4 a.,i- d tnd thepunditreL; for the sune period o15 bisld:. The repoiSt subiitted slihowed i' l~dinc of,l7ss . tidlyiing,to:the credit of the b lilg i'fuind, and gsug sted that a stone front_., crected in p:lace oi f the ..sent' . .ooden oin. " ?,lsgslio - d i. considet ?I1Tc increase, in the issue ofatlc books fr?n. tlic 'lihbiryiuinn tIhe.period dititth- s1uof- i di 6 76,:1is. 6 1 Iad bcen ensuing year; I ier -as treasurer niThe meetning closed *lpass ii- a- otoabf tl.tik=?Ttothco. reti ocers Th e i sc ioiide(iit, Mr Buoenfleoccupied the clai{. c- - : s.krkiaT os* Tlul' (o nrrE Viit r siAMTUoWs 3- EUILA?ICS' ?rsTI ~i . FOR THE lls E-TE R INut 31sT 1M.$I 1867. Theii Coniumi...

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The Chronicle. APRIL 13th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

S .APRIL13t , 187?_ Ix ianother :colhuni ? we publish' ?e half 'yeEuly report of the. Williiuitownu 3Ie bhinics'Thiistitnte ';XAil in iccoi dance with 01 -iusual customn e shall now proceed to S . wcemade sine the List u(.port a+ is' submitted. : The 'dociiiient it tiill be, seen 'sts nt withi S.thecoimfortngassuisunco "thatt the Instita : tionstill coni ues iti reeer' of° prosperity; tR~j~'.: ~V·-· I, that its usefulness is'unimpaired; ind thiat not only is it self-supporting, but that its or dinary e peddit owre is ro` ,exceeded ylits ordinary income lv a considerable sum." This is. supported by. the Financial State ment, which shows a balance of L,5 6s. 7id. But notwithstanding this state of prosperity we still find the committee expressing their surprise tlhut the ntamber of members has not increased. They very properly consider, that the Institute, which contains only 130 members, ought to possess at least double that number, and they are at aloss to under .stand vWhy the place...

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Footscrag Police Court. Wednesday, 10th April, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

. 'edesday,, 10h April ,1867. (Before essr. Cal' ndBronvi r Patrick Rsisell as snn by t lice for driving a: dira withouit hi sciibed thliereon ThIe defenfdantwash w i 10s. 43Mary -Mullen' pjroceeded against John Dixon for usig, abusive and 'insulting lan uage to heron: the 27th ult. Mr- Burke conducted thecase. "_' The complaiiant, stated thatt she was the keeper ofoNo. 2 cate oan the Goverinuent liue of rilhway, it Footscra3. On the day-su question defendant ca?ie to her 'iud used the language complainedof.~ TDi)oLadisiitted the offenrce, hit pleaded proýocationginastiulch as.it was Mrs Mulled? he said lho ias the firrtto use impiroper *linguag? to his wife .. - Defendant's daughter statedttsome two . or three dfays previous to the alleged offence, Irs'° Mullen came to defendait'`stlis d -:and created .disturb ince to the annoi ianceof Mri?i Dixon: .:The :iaseof adl this ill.-feeling? it a1pears, was the use of an old waterciisk ' worth iabout. sixpence.-. - ; -:.:; , Mrs Evans als...

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ROMANTIC ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

ROMANTIC ENGAGEMENT. - A beautiful, well educated, and energetic young lady, the daughter of a landed proprietor in Ireland, eloped with the son of a poor farmer, taking passage on the ship American Congress for New York. Her brother followed in the Java, and from Halifax telegraphed to the New York police superintendent to have the lady detained should the ship arrive before he did. The detectives found the girl when the ship anchored in the bay, and she was taken to head-quarters, where she stated that she should marry none but the man who was the companion of her flight ; that although en gaged to a gentleman now in China, with an income of £30,000 a year, she chose the man of humbler rank, whom she learned to love when her passions were pure, and her love that of innocence; and him she would have. She had sold her horse and borrowed £20 of her brother to pay the expenses of her journey. There seemed to be but one way, and a clergyman was accordingly summoned, and the marriage ce...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

Died, On the 8th inst., at 20 John-street North Williamstown, JAMES, a twin son of W. F. Lam- ing.

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NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 April 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. As:. .meetisng of sle)tons iiitrestcd iin thit preservation of the ninonimnit 'and ornainen tation of the gi-aves of those u?hio fell at the Euroka: Stock.lde;.lits beeni held.at Billlarat; andu'li ;trcsrriisue, a secriiut diid wutiklf ing".cenmitteere ?i al;liitedl' t take steps to' orbgai ? i.re :subesi ript16n ij". aid. odf`tlheu * very awk'sl ard :ieuhi~ibtoeeurred a few days ago to a lad ntainel Cl uke son k of butcher of 3 8labt eiti iiian" ing some meathdi o on the, upp ro f hooks i?? the.hop), auntl al stoodl ,6rin ir lower ihooks,. ich ilisde ily penetrnted 'tliel musleks of th ai 'i . in u.E olsenvas is it lte shop, aiid'the pooi- hii.ilitl toti n tlituroin -til ..hissrites itttscted tl4notic f i?'s?ho mnl te in thilthck *lfheniiiae' who )?!iine-idl released-1 i '.: A .w;ol-d-ater namiedt btacey, ~whoispit' ilied':seveal'if the, mining comipaniesa?"t SCls - C i ithfirewoidh wi s ..rctuirnimg' f omi Ihi tl wti;s: llji~ anýaoo fllat ol Satuirdal J a ith ibo...

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PENNY BEADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

PENNY BEADIGS. - Tlhasecond of the crlonrse of Peui It 16iding con nection with ;tak, t tl-e 1ýIaice on theevenin' of Tues lay next. , .The readlers illibe Mes ra Burke McCalllun ,.:and (G S?iibe?t,'s:of,:WVilliiniston,?,aiid Mr :" "iu ".(3-:suhiito'n of ' Melbariihl well .. qquahi fiel t9 tc r'n iin I audience. lt doubt .lee the "redit. attraelo the evening will `" be- t'. ca sinin"h.iTuil 1'nFo, cl-h well known iQa?e' o?wfh?-lio prinsed to give seeral poprl. ir . roii s"O the occasion under : r? r.o .--i _ eet!,.was held on -is .Oeve j .týn cnnnectioni with tIhe , ,ovac,- urpjs.e of electing a con rail tce,. ln?idii'akin "otherl picliiuinary arrangemen ts. '1Abnht'1~ O Thersou weic preseit, Mr Doariltrmnr t'hidic Ml n?' cupind the cli air Severi:l retsolu Stinsmin conectio .with thl? .rmovement were Ecaried.c- Thie principal speakers were the I S II. IJatdkson J Clhrk, T. 3Ji"ca, aind Yi1fýetiison#;d IMessrs: l.rid Rdr Cirtis, t -Mt c.i?I ehn;iml.s c iCick: A 4. cini"nittee wis i ...

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TEA MEETING AT MOUNT COTTERELL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

: TEA MEETIaG AT oU0TNT COTTERELL.-A tea and public umeeting will take place at 31iuirt Cotterell on Wednesday next, May 15th. The trustees are desirous of ceiling the chapel, and hope by the proceeds to be enabled to do so. ACCIDENTALLY DiROWNED.-Dr. Maclean, the coroner, held an inlquest at Williams town, yesterday afternoon, upon the body of a man lnamed Thomas Kelly, a carpontnr, who was accidentally drowned on Wednles day night by falling into the Bay from the Anun-street pier. The deceased was advanced in life, and is saud to have been of sober habits. Verdict-Accidentally drowned.

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EMERALD HILL BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

ELIUf1LD HILT: BUILDIaN SOCIETY.-e I hIave been reuest1ed to draw tlh eittenition of $liarehlnltleri in -this society to anadvier tistLnc;it wiiclhi appcars in another colun'ni (la ruferenceuto thin , when the coniuiittil for... time nsuinh 3year male to h l 'M~lnt d Mr. Madont, who hats Teprescdted W}Villiinstown dorinm th past ey r is. a csmdidE~le. for re election.

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII. ror.T Pr nILLtt HEAS, MAl -10. A::Rtvxss.-Tasiman, sch, from Hobart Toivwn Queen bf the Isles, sch, port unknown ;- South'er, Cross, str, from IHobart Town; Victoria;, ::H.M str, from Cape Otway. .SaiLED.-Rangatira. str, for Sydney; Black biid. str, for Newcastle; ;Georgina Smith, scd, fors' Warrnambool; Elizabeth, sch; for .Varr iambool; Ftederick, bqe, for Port' McDonald; ' :zard, sch, for Western Port. WVind.- E. light, at.4 p.n.. " Tun iAET rA.-The Italian war frigate Magen tin arrived in the Bay rarly on Satorday afternoon. She is a new steamer, having been built at Leghorn in 1864, and is now on her firstecruise, her length is 230 feet, her beam 45 feet, her depth 22 feet, and her tonnage is 2,500. She carries twenty 68 pounders on her lower deck, but none on her main deck. Ths Magenta has a screw-propeller' driven by two powerful engines of 517-horse power (cornm bined), made and fitted by Penn, of London. The llaentu is under the con?mn ud of Victor A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

Notice. It is particularly requested that paities residing at, Wymlham, . Mount Cotterell, and the 'inter veninig townships, who take an interest in the aIffirs of their rerpective localities, will commiini cate with the editor of 'this jourial'on any subject: of importance transpiring in their leirghbouirhood Allletters (authenticated by then?ame and addrePs of. the writer) to be sent to the Chronicle office, Williamstown. Subscribers at Footecray not receiving: their p's. pars regularly, wilt have the goodness to commeun crte with?Mr. (Georce Smith, Pc;ttery WVorks.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. FIGG, versus CHARITY. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

ORIGINAL. ,CORRESPONDENCE. . Rl . tlFIGG;id ersus CHARITY. [-"P" o tire-Editorn'oiftli?CasCdic.]'. .S.i,s -k 'fyor lsalper of pRil i26th were Ifewiline from' me; contradictiiig, as far as -my namine was concerned; a statement in the report of a Police case. Certain prefatory reniarks accompanied that report, respecting which.i' observed that they were.of a-char acter very unnusual in such' a document. Kour correspondent, 'Ir E. G. Figg, seems to feel himself aggrieved by my having passed by those remarks so gently, and is pleased to style- such a course " ingenious sophistry." I beg to apologise for the neglect, and to 'supply now what seems to have been desid esated. 'But first I would' relinquish ' all claim to iin~nunity or sophistry, and cheer fully concede it to himself, for the off-handed manner in which he has passed by the mis demeanour for which the presiding judge ad ministered: so lenient. a punishment, and manufactured another but of the remarks 'prefixed -to the- actuil...

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(To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

'y 'I:- 2-e thoi e ElitbPoithe CHRONICLE.) """' nrluSi v?-Ydi erresirndeixt: D'Dlg, in name. coup-led. 'th a :pretty little, epistle, w ihich;--no-doubt-he thinks shows great - clev ernesrns.JGJOMT M e ,]c- II sW11,oorioldrtb-minsna f itsit'auses Innm, there c n be n objectiofnto"itjFaythsni to t' in:ti a old hitimour - 'Ithouglh it w:ouid° serpvetlin- right to -ge a scraltclh for niain, tco free '- ithl i crat's ?pa-s. -ow zele e 'i ? uih sy ito o??kea uhank~ ible view nof things if can, and ra'theritlhan itliss-ini) i. ·mnadaltoeether, I will sudpsoe that bsorn of "the opium?;n hiich I, oni told le alwn is car .ics m.il, pcketid wiciso often dis 'a-,tin-hsthe brins of his patuntas fo ndits yidi isome :unaccountaible inannieintoibhis Stand caused temipioriar disturb ` C 'c. erne,; l ue y liIllc?nce ifoi ' th novel e,ntu.es, to give expression. to. lsos&me-imatr inanry demon called JtInutfer II',"eei?ss ti h'ai?rit himix to the dlis$irba?ice of Ins peuce : nd hie clls it a' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

HOL-OWA q-' S'Loi "of Appetite Loss of . "-Loss of Health W 4. 'The marvellons effect of this fin ....upon the system is such as to immedip Sal the vital functions, the appetite ii SStietreda full flow of spirits quickly fo body.becomes immensely invigorated 1 tainty of restored health: fresh air an( .,exerciso are necessary to bring about a . 'state bf things. Holloway's Pills imparts S"eiiigy to the most delicate constitution nianrier as to astonish all who take th their extraordinary virtues they have obtai largest sale of any medicine in the world. H:-ead, Heart, Lungs and Stom Look-to the regularity of the functions ofl ·-..;'foundations of vitality. Holloway's Pills r3 Sto order.the slightest departure from the p action, and, therefore may be considered regulators of the mainspring of human life. Splexy can always he prevented if the proper a V.. -.of the bowels be attended to, which this fa medicine never fails to accomplish Disorder " -the head and heart often terminate sudd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

FRANK TATTER ?iLL. AGENCY, NELSON PLACE. COllSSTOlAgsnt 'sod Accountant.ý Transfcris of Propiertyunder' he" Real lPro-! y:Acht efctediL, : - - .- " : -: -'ills of al mnadce out r and reistred.i . i ' ý oA Memirials and Petitions prepared. ,. , . ` r iCbesjpdsehnce conducted. t o Books 'Posted aup.r esi Charees Moderate. S'TC ýBakers, Storekeep ers and a :......... ".Others. ,r iJ1E uudetriiiged, having been appointed Agent -L':f'?fA the'Paigntou Ste' O P'ir Fl, r Mills Poit ': rlington will 'alwlays hao ai stock of Flour,' tran,. . and Pollard on band for :Sale to the trade. All `orders-vill be delivered. THOS. MASON. Do youiSuffer from Physical In .:- ;capacity?" ' R; E you sufferii g froni nervous debility? I lve ydu been the guilty victim of any secret vice ? -Di- yousnffer. from a snet of syui?ptotm nearly akin, more or-les, to 'the folhivwing :-A pretty fair con i" "lition oflialtli, iiot yetpimsitively ill, but a feeling up?Un outitihat you are not quite right,' a malaise ; • ...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL Wednesday, 8th May, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

-'FOOTSCRAY BOROUGHTCOUNCI L:. SWednesday, 8th A-av, 1S67 _''. Present The Mayor (MFr Brown), and, Crs& ?Mitchell ; ,opykins, Dallaway ,? i ?mpx Johnson mad'Bell. The minutes'of the previous metinctd v h beeni confirmed, the follorwng-ietter nere ,reacl : 1.-Fom Capt. Ditve,?toll iu?ig?r,' enclosing report for the' inoth?"of A ?ril w:ihich shewed the Gouncil's nett?shiare tobe ' i2'1s Li3d;' 2 From Mr. Wearing, for aucdi'his accoiit 'for, att~hdfice at the County.;Cdoirt': ReferrEd ttRoads an .Bridges Committtel 3. From:Dr. Mueller, r 'intiniatiug that the lants regnirecd by the :dootmeailcould nown, be obtained 4: From. -Mr Robert iCqtrnside, protesting: against " -the pio aymnint of-"certai? to11s; a- Fromi the .ICrownii:Lauic s office, requestipg inffomatiotn i ,; ttlh ea irdb to the prochluation of a new ';ro5Jau.- [The? uirveylor ws 'instructed to Ssupplythe partic?dars requirel.] ; 6. From. "'Mr Bishbop comnplaniiig of the minount at whigthllus property was 'assessed; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

May 4.,inagenti J Ialian*?'ai str, from Bata via; lIangitot, str,. from WVellimgtou; Bcrengaria, bqc, from I-?uog Kong; Johanlcs l.odcwijk, Dutch bq;ce,'froni otterdm ; Harriette Nathan, bqe, from Port Fairy'; Gem, sci, fromn Port Fairy ; Florence, sch, from Wvarrinimhool; Pvrcril, cutter. from Warnviinbool; Georgina Smith, sch, from Warr n'anibool; Lucy and Adelaide, sch, from Warr `:, nambool; Catherine Jade, bqe, from Newcastle; '?Vestern, str, from I'ortland. May '5.-Blackbird, str, from Newcastle; Annie Reaton, sch,.from Table. Cape; Macquarie, sch, from Hobart Town. N, y 6.- Macassar, Hamburg bqc, from Boston; Frederick, I qo, from Port MacDennell. May 7.-- angitira, sir, from Sydney; Derwent, str, from Launceston; M'urray, str, from Port Albert. M?: ,lay S.-Venezuela, Hamburgs bqe, from Foo chow-foo; Mayotte Nosci-be, French bqe, from Bourbon; Lorlia, cutter, from Warrnambool; Al dinga, str, fr. n Adelaide. May 9.--Jane, brig, from Nmewcastle; ;Lady Darling, str, from Newcast...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May, 6th 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

WILLIAMaTOW N BOROUUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May, 6th-1867. Present :-The Mayor -(Mr. Doorman); and C'rs.. :Coartis,..Haslam, Franklihi, Clough, ; Power;.and Lindsey. , ... ,The minutes of the previous meeting hating been corifirmed, the following letters were re-ad -LFrom Mr. T. Rosie, complaining' of aving'been served with notices for nites on a house which had been removed off the ground referred 'to. [The Council ordered the claii to be stnrkele __j2 r S? on. 190.] 2. From -Mi. Pentland, offering to," advance the.money necessary for repairing the footpath in fronit of his' property.: 3. From Mr.n;McQueeni calling iattention to the storm-water.itn James-street. [The last two"' comiunications were referred to the Public Works Committee.]. .4..From Mr'A Fallow, on behalfpf the late Artillery band, request ing e?p ussiOn to use tlhe market sheds to practidce in??.L: eapplication .was acceded to.] 5. From . Williams, c?hairman of." the Metr litir Watr worcks 'mmiittee, relative-to.the pro...

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PILOT BOARD INVESTIGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

PILOT BOARD INVESTIGATIONS. On Wednesday the Pilot Board met at ...Williamstown,-for, the .purpose. of.investi gating a charge brought against Pilot Cowley by Captain Laing, of the ship Vanda.i The. coimpldnt iis- the defendant, when in charge of the barque Elizabeth, ? hicht. was hauled off the Sandridge Town Pier o~ the 30th April, had cut the hawser with which the Vanda was moored to a buoy. The members of the board prescit were--Cap taint Devlin (in the chair), Mir :ison, Mr •Sutherland and MIr Stephens. The follow ing was the evidence, taken:- William B. Laing, commander of the ship Vanda, deposed.-On the 30th April -my vessel was moored to the east side of thi old Towns Pier, when Pilot Cowley, in chauge of the Dutch barque Elizabeth, with the Black Eagle towing her, was leaving the pier. M! y vessel was fistened by a hawser to the buoy. The barque's 'anchor was hove up, anid it fouled the hawser. Mr Cowley called.out to me to let go my lhawser from the tbuoy. I said, 'I will ...

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EARLY CLOSING. A DIALOGUE BETWEEN-BILL AND TOM [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 11 May 1867

. EARLY CLOSING.r: O~' s A-DIALOGUE BETwEE ? -BL AL-D 'Tb * I l-J ""slnrlyogoum J. tev nE I oWhere re' inu? st gtong to go y COn g t , Tni -"A' coatt? why its-past: Sevinroeloek S Bill--Yes. I know that.* ?itL11 iLC"' it Tom-Why Bil -piintrou asisuianoater.of for -the EAiLY CLOSN-& Aob giqtr, S Bill-Whabt Early Clsing Movement--- STom"-Pretty- felloW y.ouk-Why.-dont you iknow -tIiey'reitrying :tOlive.teh' she pi;ciowtli O at six? -Bill-That be hang'ed- a's ir IO1 J young fllAv s Ytoo get ay at that timc. after el- beiii tgcoped uin ' aly. el Bi'i-Hb d d- ;n a aegood thing oe -" Bill; to San. d no-tlv e ;v'ffimj i nEight T at fnig- ht? at Bill ;Like -Ct t' ' hNli ouldnt like it'at ist a! h.i y i f didu't get n' hoime 1dft that iWne?-7"14' I * S: Tonm--nWell, that'sjust lihw it iswith these . iung ner-bil - S ll rut teIsuppose t!y are idor' " overtime? "Tom-Not they; Bill, notd apenny i Bilul-lThat be blowe d! why '- I-awayg tliought? thatl the onit'er. they wobea , the imore ...

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