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The Chronicle. MAY 18th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

StaY 18., 1 .67 TILE Legisl-tiv? Assembly ifs ,ictoria hits, by3 its redent ~'i,` iccdiu's, brouglit upon itself the con impt of -all who tlink that a Parliameti shoiild b;eehalmcterised bydig ity e .Iisee n26clearly de monsti ited thatithe present Assemibly pos sssecs neither of thees. gilitics. First on the, d~ark catalogne of .imprudent acts and dis honest traunsactioni; ofa recent date, mniay be named the dragging of t ne?icspaper publisher before. the buariof the house ,simply becaise hlie had the coinrage to expose what-he coi sidred to be the disirepnfible practices of one of the "privileged.-'; In consequence of this proceedingbu the palt of the Assembly, much. ;vdaluable time wias w asted in a 0lowg'and foolish deb t e which wis i ntroduced vith no otlier ippauent oibject tl uintoa rve iiiuiIces sary plrofmuiieiio to a niain s lioit fortune had pitchforkedl into a.positioin f itr aove, tliit to which his abilities entitled ilim; l tudl'after hion. ni m bers liad pleadsed tl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

-HEALTH FORi THE- V IN0 V :rOLLO WAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellous effect of this fine medicine siupon the system is such as to immediately rally ";all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re stored, a full flow of spirits qtickly 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. ilolloways Pillsimparts 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 largest 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 restore to order the slightest departure front the proper ahtiin,.and, therefore may be considered as the regulators-of the mainspring of human life. Apo p'lcxy can alwaysbe prevented if the pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

. WE ARE IN" LIFE. ewand most raluable Medicinees. for hitler Si t"? intractable and incurable diseases. FTNLIKE thc-Patent' Medicines geneially in , ported from the United Kingdom, the fol owing from France have been severely tested and scrutinised by the most eminent Government and 'private aialytical and operative Chemists add iidpra tising physicians of Paris, &c.. 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 confidence, recommend `them to the --favourable notice of all languishing, notbnly-under orndii rlf diseaaesF; .but those who may.be hoping S.agsiist ho?e. .. No More Cod Liter Oil. -. Syrups of Iodized',Horseraldih._ 1Pr pared by. GRIMAUJT & Co., Chemists, 7 R".uo do'la Fenillade, Paris. According to the cer tilicates of the'physiciasof the Paris Hospitals detic tailed in the Prospectus,;and with the approbation of seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

_- ERAtiLtAT-TELL,-AGENCY, - NELSON PLACE. ('1 OMMl SSION tgcnet and Accountdiilt. F Transfers of Property under the ' Real Pro perty.Act?.;effected. 1. ... ;.... :", i " illsof ofe nu d out and registcrcd. Memorials and'l'dtitiois prepared. . Correspondcice conducted.' Books losted up. - Charges Moderate. To Bakers, Storekeepers and i Others. ' rIlE iunddrsi»uced, ? ?ling been aplointcd Agent L for thie .Paignton!Steamir Flour Mill:, Port arlington, ,will always have a stockof Flour, Bran, 'and Pollard on hand for Sale to.tihe trade. All orders will bo deliverd. . TIIOS. MASON. A'' WARNING ! Do you Suffer from Physical In ... - .- capacity? RE?Eyonsufferirgfromnervous debility? ilave 1' you been the guilty-victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer fiom a set of symptoms nearly akin, n - more or less, to the following :-A pretty fair con dition of health, not yet positively ill; but a feeling u n you that you are not quite right, a malaise ; .a tendency to despondency ; a sight occas...

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EFFIE HAWTHORN'S WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

EFFIE, IIAWTH?ORN'S WEDDING. Cliff House wis picturesquely.siuiated o'n a bill facing, tlhe bay. 'In the rear lay a 1 smiling valley;; at least; it wore :i'sisnilind aspiect at" this .time, for the ' warm. autumnal sun - had: ripenried .the.goldeni grain, which: waved about. in the"breeze with as gentle, rustling sound. O ~lards, full` of 'golden' jilplins,. sweat -pears; ran&d other seasonable fruits, varied the aspedtif this delightful pic ture. To the rght~fof CliffThouse the mound tain-side, with?itis furze and heather, presentedi a charming picture of Nature in its wild 'and unsubdued state ; while the mountain torrent, ' which:went dashing along merrily on itsaway, forming dvei hud anon miniature ciscades as *it'leapt from rock ,to rock in ii? doiwnivard course. ttithe valley, there ti tiingle itself with a nit inoinwi' 'nmt' streamn, which mbre state i lily glidedil away.farnout of sight completed n picture?which curious folks aand lovers of the beautiful :nid .piicti...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

Ci iiscellantoUleous Oxtltnctl. M , h, that-nice young man, 'Mr S,?uftnug; is very fond of kissing.:' ',Mind your seam Julia ;-who told you such nonsense t'" 'Ma, dear, I. had-it from-his 'own lips !' .' What"-makes. the tiiilk so -warm 1' said Betty.to- the milkwoman when shd brought her pails to the door. one morning. 'Please, mum,.the punip handle's broke, and missus took the water from the biler.' ;.TIHE Duke of Riutlanrd owns one-sixteenth of the whole country of Leicester, his estate producing £80,000 clear annual rental more probably £100,000. He ihas 1,275 tenants. A butcher let a sailor have a shoulder of mutton on trust ; but finding in a day or two after :that lie h ad gone to a foreigfi land, said, ' My word but if I had known he never intended paying, I would have charged him a penny a pound dearer for it !' A Grimsby smack owner was crossing the line at Cleethorpe, recently, when a train came down upon him unawares." Finding that es cape-by any other means was impossib...

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FATAL GUNSHOT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

FATAL, GUNSHOT ACCIDENT. A fatal accident of a lamentable character occurred last Tuesday afternoon in Gertrude street, Fitzroy, occasioned by the reckless use of firearms. The circumstances were these :-On Friday last, Mr George, dentist, of Gertrude-street, sent- a double-barrelled fowi ng-piece to Mr Sellwood, whitesmuith, Gertrnde-street, to be fitted with at ramrod. It was carried to the shop by one of MIr George's boys, and on Tuesday afternoon the same boy, aged nine years, was sent to fetch it. He was accompanied by a younger brother, maged seven years. They got the gun, and were returning to their home, when, in passing the shop of Mr Carlyle, 'ironmonger, in the same street, they stopped to speak with the assistant, who was stand ing at the door. - The assistant, named Ar thur Eya, a lad of seventeen, and a younger lad, also employed in the shop, spoke to the boyi about the gun, which was examined by them, and they inquired if it were loaded. The boys said that it was not,...

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MURDER OF MR. BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

MURDER= OF MR. BURKE. The news:of a'most attrocious murder, ac companied by an' exteiisive robbery of gold, wps- received in Ballarat on Saturdity, and create'd ciprofound sensation, the victim of the foulhdeed being a gentleman well known and respected.L M?r. lholnas Unlick Burke, agent for the Bank of Australasia, Smythes dale, where he had been stationed, for the last six:years, left that township on Friday morning, the 10th inst, ina baggy, in com pany with M~r Grant, of the Break-o'-Day, taking "with him sufficient money to pay the men there: and i'ftendihag to bring the gold fromi the claim home, with him.- Ee appears to have settled his businks.at Breal-s .o'-Day, and to L.ave left thier a-liout fouir o'clock, with, it is thought, about 200 ounces of gold in his valise: -Hle was' seen at the Junction, Rokewood, about half-past four, passed Cape Clear about'a quurter #to fie, and xwas last seen alive near the Exchequer Hotel about five o'clock. Nothlng further was heard or kno...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. A miinmier namiiedCharles Gallagher, work ing at B3ourke's-flat;inear Dunolly, lost his life a few days'aig iy falling dlown a shaft 200ft_ deep. • Twelh: Chinesi'gamblers' have been ar rested'ih a gambling-house: at Burnt Creek. They offered a desperate resistance, and it was only with' difficulty that their, capture was effected. It is the expressed desire` of His Excel lency Sir Johnl Young R-'i:believe, to p'ss tlrough Victoria privately: 'Theie' will, consequently, be no -public recognition of Iis presence amongst us. . MBr C.. G. Dtlffy will lecturieslhortly at the .Mleclhanics' tistitite??Kilmore, on' -lie half of the funds ofthat iiistitution, the. sub ject being- -" ,Why is Ireland poor aiid dis cointeited." : . ;n highly.:1omilicimntairy laddress has just blieen:present by the Melbouriie Hebrew cong re??tion to their late secretary, Mr Henry Harris-.. . ....... A mani namned' Chiirles Simpson died~ at Geclong lately fiont excessive drinkin".. It appears t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. FIGG AND HOMEOPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. -DiL FIGG AND HOMCEOPATHY. [To the Editor of the CnHomNICL.] . Sinu-In dark relief to.Mr Wilkinson's .profession of philanthropy, stands forth the spirit of animosity, pervading Ili recent | letter; animosity against itie, the victim.of conspiring peljury, whose selitary fault was an elffort to prove Homciopathic intrusionthe motorcause of aecentcality. While reason interdicts a reciprocation of the personalities and invective of that production, individual -respect imperatively demands some notice of the points advanced by my opponent. If .the, term "violence to females" imply an ex Scited gesticulation and emphatic (not offen sive)-language while under the influence of a passi6nate temper, with deep contrition I acknowledge the charge. But if it convey an interpretation of manual aggression, or any act derogatory to the decorum existent between the sexes,-all that is honoutbrle in my nature rises in proud denial, indignait .at the statementt-never, not eve...

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Williamstown Police Court. Saturday, 11th May, 1867. (Before Mr. Call, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

o illiamt.iii(oi JJIicein ouii - i atu.idai, 1ith U 1-SG7. ' <:-(Before Mi . Call, P.Ml.) Geog leny, R ancn ngic-dri er, was bro ht op Ahait ed with sirreptitiously obtaiiinea passage" firom [ oint, de: Galle by tlhe mail stenamcr Geeoung, aiid'rcnmandled till Mon day for tihe purposeof obtaining evidenuc llonday 13h 2;tJa);, 1SG.7. - : (Before,ýMr?- :oll, 'P.ra . eorge Rea y;inengine-driver wis roi'ht up, on remnand; fr'nsurrpctitiously obtalnimi a passage froid Point de Gxalle by thli.e' oyil ML J. L Tiiller, in thIi Lservicei of the Pekinsunl u and: Orieitald Company itiotd tjiit the prisoner ?-s (disco?.erled' onshoani- tfhic day after the Geelong left port, and tl l??s passage money amounted to £25. The manuaickuowledged the offence, sayinig that he wns iin great, distire ssat Point de Galle, ~heirehe he i sleptte~ lii'its on t;i wiharf,'ai"d tliit:.l obody'. voil,? give ilin .ined £?, vr six weeks ~ imliriusoniient in default: ich urdFitith wa's eb-irged with steali...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

EALir GCosisi3 MOVEslsN A commit tee mnectin inai held iiithle Williamstown Mechmnics' Institute o- ThuLsday evening. The Rev.: T. H.. Jacksoin octcupied the, chlir, thie Reds. T. James and the Rev: G.Wil knisoii also taking part in the proceedings It' was :dechled thatt the Comnilitee 'should iviit ontlhe trades ?en o the town ito sider tain their views on. the subject.., It was also i;roposed thit all places of businet s be closed every evenin'g, except Satuiday, att sven o'clock, and .onSaturdayg s at ten o'clock. The' town was dilividced into districts, and uniy is sers were apihiited, the clergymen present pronismgi to assist in cay:iring out the ob ject. W c.oserve thiat public meeting iin connectiiu ;ith:this moiement 'will be held in the Wilamintoiwn ihecliuns Institute next Thiursd'ty evening - PrILO6 ;Boi RD ,I\EsTrGTIONS. It. :is stated th it all futuie inquiries rel-atui to thili inhdu~ of the pilots of this, port, vill be Hlidd at tie Steam Navi- ti on offices in Mele a...

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Footscrap Police Court. Wednesday, 15th May, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call, Brown and Dove.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

I? ednsday, 15th· May, 1867. (Before Messrs. " Call,Brown and Dove.) Margaret Joies,' .a miserablel looking woman with a baby in her arms, ?was brought up for being drunk on :the .previous day. This was the, fifteenth time" she had been broughtbefore the Court. She'vas discharged with a caution. - Samuel- Jones wa's summoned for using abusive .language to :Isaac Avent and also for £ 13s 9d for wages.. The defendant aui mitted the debt, ibut pireferred a contra account for refreshments and money lent, which the complainant denied. In the other case it was stated by. Avent that when he asked Jones for -tlhe money,- the hitter called him a swindler and challenged hlimto fight. It was proved, however, that the complain ant.was a drunken rowdy, and therefore the both cases were dismissed.. .. J. P. Brooks: summoned' W. Saunders for using threatening language. .Mr Edwards alppeared for the defence. Complainant said that on 8th, lMay the defendant came into his store and after: calling im ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 18 May 1867

Borough of: Williamstown. NOTICE is hereby given that the Council will     sit on MosDA.Y,'June 17th,i 1867,' at 7-p.m., [,forytheopurpos of Amending the Rate,-pu- Irat tor , section 100 of, the Mr licipc'. Corporat:ons, act,' '186'3:'if ll pcisons claiming to be placed on tle I ',iatepayedr' Roll; may be soplaced on application, fif o ' entitled....: :'" .- } . '',ByOrder, 2 : i GEO.. F. SMITH.,Town. Clerk.; Councii Cha crs, M ay 17th, s1i' ., .r,:' .'Williamstown. Gas' Coimpay,' " 'i .- me : ·· L im ited.. . r:- ENDERS are required by th? di ofDirec .-.;: " tors oE ths Company, on efore nday the 3rd proximo, at Six p.m., the supply fronm: time t; time in such quantities as may be,required' ° La Coal. for the. remainder .of the, yea?r Particulars on application it the Company's office. May. 16th, 1867. , . . , , - ' Williamstown Gas. Compainy,i Limited ' PPLICATIONS areinvited fro sone cap.. ; le l'of undertaking the offic ecretar to the o-Williamstown Gas...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

'I say wliantare yo about-sweeluing: out the roon?i'; N",' ~aiswered' Pat, I'm sweep=: ,ng out the dirt.' ei indiscreet mancnfided a secret to another , aindl begged him not to repeat' it_ ' It's all ri ;' wis the reply,. I - will be- as close as you were .,

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A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

C A CoRn Io.- 1. Onur last Week ' l police reliurt we a t ii d tlt"-r~ Q rofini Ia vnis' ori dered to finid at surety of £20 to keepr the peace tdwards' hi ?rher fot sixaronths. It should be Willi -Crokeh, who's.oi ,the defeiidant -' P NY RADIiNGS Our rcnders will plse remeimber tlhat the I:a f the pirdetit o-(mie of Penny Reading, i il b'i 1f11d in the XVil ianiistown Mechiir ls stituti -iextludnsiltln evening. Full p;uticul. rs am'given ini urli: advertisin" m colnuins. Ilolloioays Pill.- V ig ,initdelRiglht~i Every'day tat any bodily sI?ering is ierpit't ed to continnue, rendrs it more .cr sin to Leome chroeic or dangerou. -Holloway's p rifyiunt couling, and streng henint l'ills are well a'Ipted for anyirregu larityeof the human bidly, a i should be taken when the stomach io diosordere, the liher d.mramged, the kidieys inactive,;the hoe els tiorpid or the brain muddled. With this i lici u eveiy invalid can cuire hinself, and those at are; weak nuil in firm throitgh imperfect di e...

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REDUCTION OF RATE OF INLAND POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

S1EDUCTION O IATE OF1. INLAND POSAG E. Oi0 and ai'fter the 1st August next; the following will bthe Ie ordinary rates of colonial lostage on i all letters, liackets, :and newslpapers psted in Victoria : --On letters"for delivery at iiny placee within the -litnts ofrthe colony, or overland to' ioutl Aus traliari . ?0 excedig ozil . 2d.; Every additionial Loz,ir fraction of" ..:, -,,z; ... ..., ·-.....o?:?.L -'. On shia letters (except .to. places specily:nieim mer "tioned in Postal G uide), and letters: fitr..tr?us nission overland to New South ViWales : Nu;t exceeding ozr .. .. .. d Every ahdditional Jo, or fractioi, :: ofAnz i d iOn pckets e ce??t to plao_ irpeeially- mentioned in posta! Guide : nland and O er-j ShipseilOfer I land to South "Slondto e- Austalia :.South ou uoloe. Not eseeeling doz = , ff .- .=t oErfotyaditioni OCS..~ or wrctieiis. Oi? all newspapers posted in th?.colony, except places ?liecidly smentioned i i?tPpslia GIui, l? 'tust be prejpord by stiamp,. (Signeld) ...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

P, OST. OFFICE NOTICE. The Royal Mail steamship Boinbay will be des patched. witlh the' mails for King Goigec's Sound, point de Galle,India, China, the ,leditcrrancan i'orts, America, Europe, and the United Kingdom. The time appointed for closing at.the Williams town Post OiUce, is- For registed lette ers at "six p.im n on the 7tlth inst. For newslipapers forthe United Kingdom, Dritislh :olonics, and foreign countries, ria Southampton ml for all the intermediate ports, at six p.m. on .:e27th inst. For ordinary letters for the United Kingdom, "'itish colonies, and foreign countrics, via 5nutlt :upl n and Marseilles, (except letters for France -':il the continent of Europe via FI'ance, which :; st he postcd before 9.30 a.m.), atS Ip.m. ont the _.:h inst. For newspapers, to he forwarded via Marseilles, 10 a.tn., on the 2Sth ins:. 'oneyOrders payahle in the United Kingdom be issued up to six pIt. on the 27th inst. RICIHRD PIE'Ri, Postmtastcr. It is requestcdl that letters addressed to F...

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POST OFFICE WILLIAMSTOWN. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

L'OST OFFICE, WTI.LT1\ STOrOWN. .. .+~ NOTICE. W;Ve 'nre equeshted by the Postinlster to call at teolliii to the rldulti?, ill the charges on Monley Orders drawn u:; ;reat 'lritain annd Ireland. -On anutafter this date the-commission 'onrhoneyn Orh( rs payable, i tleUnitcd Kingdom will be as follhws Oiisuls riot xceeding £2." Is O suinus excccding '2, bLit not e-xcedliug 5; 2s Gd do d?li_ £55, lmtn:itexceeiding.£7, s Gd . Jo .. - do" £7. but nootexceeding £1, 5s' "Po??i Oririce lsMOn:Y OsDEIt OYSTEM. "i niey. Onklers can he obt.incd at this office, on sIvyi?lt of .it fillolving rates :- . Above On sums £5 and Ilot ox- not ox cceding ceeding t ljaces in Victorii (scc list of £5 "£10 to.vis xs!:ibit.dr at Post"-,licc) Gd. Is. . l, p!ac 'e in S. Australia (d,.) ls. 2s. e'Cw South Vales, NenwZealanl ,, ,, *estern oiitraiiai, QueeniiiandL ,jo. United Kingdom, (do) Is. Gd. is. Late luktels for tie United Kingdoi,.\Western Australia, Point deo Galle, India. China. nil the : t.lst; Aden, Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

" 1 i NE IN LIFE. ANe and wmst rtiua6ie Aedjicinesn' or hither ato intractable u aid incurable diseases. 1L1KE the Patent M\Icdiciiis gccrally im ported from ith' Unitted Kingdomi the f6o -.w l:;ing frorm- Fraice ha'ro been se?cerlyetcsted afnd scrutinised by the most eminent Government and lrivate analytical and operative Chemists and pre-. - t.ng phlysicians of Par;s, &c., insomuch that, the crntiroe ParisidtF Mledico"1lRitthi 7ittii di0i'tl'ud "ovcrnnmcnt and other Hospitals, ac., in. . 'rcnoh doi~nidins ican afte ri?;ronus trials, woitli . g..fnlle?e?_conlidnece,..recommun2L"thlbnsto=tlie"' :avorable notige of all Ilngui.sin, not only under Slinary disiase ; but those'who6 niy be ' ]oping .b~!."t ore Cod' ?ove;.Oil. Syi-ups .of lodizseHdIIo?'r di., 'r pared by G1 IIMbUhLT & Co., Chcemist,!7 I -:e do la Fenilladei.l'aris. ' Accordling to the cdr Srates ofthd Iphysiiaiisdof Wie lPris Hospitals de SId in the l'rospcctus, anl with the approbation ",-' crmal eademois,...

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