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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

' There was no business before the Court on Saturday or Monday. Tuesday, 21st MJay, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call, Dowman and Courtis.) Two men named Henry and George Lincoln were summoned by James Jordan for rising abusive and insulting language to him on the 11th inst. The defendants were each ordered to pay 10s. MTr Jordan re quested that the money might be handed to the poor-box. The town inspector summoned J. Rankin, G. Wood, J. Lancaster, J. Looker, WV. Duncan, and a man named Noran for having in their possession unregistered dogs. Each of the defendants was fined 5s., the Bench expressing their intention to increase the fine to 10s. 6d. in each case brought before the Court after this month. The license of the Guiding Star Hotel, Kororoit Creek, was transferred from Miss Sarah Hall to Mr. John Mackay. There was no business transacted at this Court on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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BRAYBROOK DISTRICT ROAD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

BRAYBROOK DISTRICT ROAD 'BOARD The monthly meeting of this- Board was held at the Braybrook Hotel, on the 15th inst. Present-Messrs. Clarke, (cihairman), Dodd, M'lMahon, Mclntyre and Farghei. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, thq following letters were read :-- From the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, making eniquiries as to the main roads in the district. [It was stated that a suitable reply had been sent] 2. From the Hon. the Commissioner of Lands and Survey, stating that no allowance would be made for erecting fences on Com mons, unless for the formation- of stock yards; 3. Froai' the Hon. the Treasurer, enclosing duplicate, voucher for signature; 4. Fromn Mr A. Dove, toll manager, enclos ing account to 23rd.April, and cheque of £24 Is 3d, licing the amount due to the Board; 5. From Messrs. Andrew Lyell, Gavin G. Brown, and William Crellin. the arbitrators and referees in fills' case, stating that the award was ready for delivery on payment of the cost...

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PENNY READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

PENNY READINGS.-TheI second of a coIrse of Penny Readings was held at Footscray on Saturday evening. Among the readers were MIr J. Edwards, Mr Bcamount, _Mr Allan, and Mr J. Brown,jun., whose performances elicited great applause. Several songs enlivened the proceedings. Another entertainment will be given in the same place this evening. A PaR.SEwouRTy UNDERTAKLN(s.-Wo V understand that a mutual improvement class has just been started in connection with the TWeslevnn Church, at WVilliamustown, the members being comprised of both youths and adults The movement was commenuced by the Rev. MIr James, who has been as sisted in his efforts to promote such an un dertaking by some of the leding men of the Wecsleyan body. Elliciency in reading, re citing and in the prepan?tion of essays, will, we understand, be the principal objects in view, and although the entertainments will not be of a high intellectual order they may be the means of imparting instruction to many, and of affording them th...

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

Nbtidee. -It is lmrticularly requested that parties icsiding :t W~ndhaRm, . Mount Cotterell,; iada the inter-= vening townships, who take an iilterest in the alffirs of their respective localitice, will comnunoi cnate with the edito, of this journal on any subject of impnlortance transpiring in their nieiplbourhood. Allb:tters (authcltiatold by the name and address of the writer) to be sent to the CL'hroicle office, Williamstown. lulscribcrs at Footocray not receiving thcir pa. pais regularly, will have the goodness to conummuni c.ate with Mr. Georce Smith, Pottery Worlks.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

Died; ON 17th inst, in Hammer-street, Williamstown, of water on the brain, LUCY EMMA, infant daughter of Robert and Emma Watson, aged five months.

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

:.: Wort g jie a Helji Youreel es: SELIL I and on such easy'terni:tiliat any tina - in' conlsthitemployntimt, can have a Hou-se n. I and of his tuwn within Three yeors.' ." . The only extra charge being 10 per cent on thea ba?ndco of purchase money at .the end of eever Twelve months. .Iunstead of paying rent yearafter ye~ca build a House, and pay 58 or 7s 6d per week, mid ai the end of abioat threeyears you will have a Freehold'and Homna of your own "free fior cdebt." In case of sickness or loss of work; the tiaie of iaytenut will hl extendled for tlhrue. six, er'evi'' twelve months. and ill the event- ,f Ieaving tl e town. very facility will be l a ovn to transfer the projpelrty withtout charge to the puIchaser. Laii for sale in Nortlh and 'onuna Williamstowni, very cheap and in gioo:1'ituationts. Full :particulars at miy office, 2? N\elson?-place, every Saturnay fromn T?io.to Ten p.m JO ir C'OJRTIt.t To Let, ;t?. 1- CEOI E-?TREE l, a .ieven roio,?l SH'-OUSE, iv th Tihree Sinall Co...

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

-.."FANK-TA?TTEt!. LL-? - -AG ECY1-? . NELSON. PLA CE O( OMMISSIOf ýage,,-ut inl A ccountant. .J 'ITransfers, of I'rp, rty undler the Re -al .l'o Sper:'v \ct' effected. " - ills of Tale nmde out an.l regis tercd. Memorials and I 'etitions prelpared. 'Corresjiondcn e conducted. ':Bboks Posted .r Charles A'ilderate. To. Bakers,. St6rekeepers and Others. 'IT1.:E nudersigned, having been appointed Agent L:for the Paignton Steamr Flour Mills, Port arlinghetin!will always have astoek of Flour, Brain, and Pollard on hand for Sale to the trade. All orders will 1,r delivered: THOS. MASON. A WARNING! Do you Suffer from Physical In " capacity? EA yousuffering from nervous debility? lavre .A ;you been the guilty victim of ainy secret vice ? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin, more or less, to the following :-A pretty fair con dition of liealth, not yet positively ill, but a feeling ulion yi?o that you are not quite right, a malaise ; a tenlencyto desljuidency; a slighl oc~rsional....

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

.y 18.-Sarah Ann' sch, froii N?;c;castle; tha Lavinia, sch, from Belfast.; ;,. 'llender.l S.rom LRichmmond le ver ; Tomm ýcb, from ' lMary Fiancis, bqe, from Newcastl ;a Vic . i.I.c. .str, from a survc.ying crtiie ; Aldin str, from Adelaif e ; Glefaliscl liqge, fromn ay 19.-Gem, sch, fimn Part Fairy; Pdveril, t: ecr, from Warrnambooul; \lellboorne; soh, fraom i.rinamboul ; Flying Squirrel, sch, froni oMacDodi ., Daay;Lady Robllliardt. asch, from Beliast Mary Si,?l, from 1Varrnambool; Julh llM 'Dduall S ':h, from Port Fairy; Eliza Blancl, brig, ( t: '?sbinlle ; Now Orleans, Russian bqe, frdui 'ham ; -Bosphorus, bqe, from Walllroo ,:hern Cross, sch, from MacDonnell 1ay ; Lucy it Adelaidel slch, f om Port Facrederick; Pilot, "e from iVallaroo; m;aantlet, sch; from .1Varr . "a'hool; Edgar Ross, Hamburg bqe, from'F.ao ,r.fo'u; IPriunc Edward, bi', from Port" Mac S.ell; Leonidas, sch, f-m Newcastle; Western, -from Portlandl. .nay 20.-Frederick, hbq, from Port M:Itclon. ...I ay ; Jet, schl...

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PILOT BOARD INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

.On . Moday anr-nqiiry took .place at the .Pilot. Biard .oices, Williontstown, relativeto tlhe -bove collision,-which occurred insidethe Ieads on (the-nigiht of the loth inst-. The' Lorenizv Sabine was a. barqgie outiward-boun6 d g?.carge-of Pilt. Gaunson; . The .B;ilriroral was a schooner, jnward. boid fro'ni Hobirt Town, and hid 'no pilot on boii . -''1j"According to "MtiGauni'n'ss aitemenilie took charge of the barqtue in lHobso's, By fiir.the purpose ofilii i s'-'to sei.. 1Vlhen- near th3eWe'st -mChannel Li.islip, ablm't 8 p 'ni, thc wind llowingfreslifrnn thlie iS.;E ,,ia vessel i; r'eported-onnlhis.leek bw, hIergrei'i lilAt being . isible from her starboard Biide . iie birqu kept in her. corse, and-vhiei th.e slicnuoner apphmached clraier she suddenly ii.ffid.l ~ to - winddrl. The iitdLfti i d"ti" "ipi 'erjito lpoether heli hard up . 'b " b l'nk ?nslh i i hee ind.caimeon riiht the ind, inder Th lee b' f -the ne. Sonime one - o bolard th e :chdo'ngr 41icrllled outi t riw k knt....

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DODSHUN'S INQUIRY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

'?:i In-addition to:mi usul bisnisIve suto up an 'inquiry o'fis (aside) give us a puf plese. QUESTIONS ALtEDY ANSERD. ~Jew' Bi'ter=The best breed of dogfora waich at the Qb?e?v atoie iz a Ski Tarrier; which, you can .gita ref?y ' time at Wagga WVigga: "Lo?k.for a kow in the tmilki way, or go to Bullf Bulla.' ?.+ ; A. 1.B To ceti up as a terbakernist, I shud rekermend Chew-ton. OP --ltherchil ternor Oci -well would-bi a utuble spoit phur.an'Ise, manerfactiry.:? ,-Cri-tkBullok drivitinvill -e pelenty, bout G(e-loiin or Snipper pint. Packer D nkis air rir in tbhi kuntry, y i mite puserbly git one at Bray-brook. - Copiais---Yutve miid muny entf, -y .wish a nise spotto biil d acuntry aete;. . hat y" iic-' f Rick mon i ?' olly--Tliirs a1hi dy plis for pik iicks on the lleir Krcek . -.' . Old Salt iP ont epean is rtlIongu e of-land trutnmn Itito thei ; ,and is the~itisetf a . Rip'out.L .:=: ýýýr : f: ; .Alartned l.Yutk=Yore uice.. -iezs sld the; :Drum gfh-isear to a iSojer anud-spent the m...

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OF GROWING UP. A BOY'S ADVICE TO BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

a .?-"OF GRIOWIJNG UJP. ,.?. ,a thie i66 u'oht'h. bema' tiIibdy illtvifbi farii fmin lela§ nutlhe ~tnsh t l Menini all c it'onuc, Th-ey lhaso grown tirei of school, Ot inmpatient of wholesonme restraint. They fre iie?itlyp`gt into scrapes, but do not like to be ii 'punishedrfor-their-misdoin ,'* if-wre' Werre i JoenJ san y they,:' we could: iot- bhecotiiel~id" to ,-o to school ; iweni"ht .ie?seourselves_ , nn gngs, i' fact, it's ever so Imuch jollier to be a man !' I cannot agree with them.. They appear to forget that they would have to become pupils 0 in a schiool atlihonusand tilnes mnore severe than that of Dr. B3ircill's or Professor Cralhani's, t wlhero tlhe qli ?rare miny.iand?;?great; 'and=:! where tile prun'si!?nients are itc ilr~riitnn o the rewards. There is the School of Life. Jack iligiflty, .an acquaintnce of uf;ie,:of ab abont niy o:in agelately mitiade up liis miid t that lie would take timeie'bythe'forelockaid imnmediately set up ifoir, 'maii' . This pre cocion's'yiu...

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Original Sketches. REMINISCENCES OF SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

Original Sketches. REMINISCENCES OF SUNBUIRY. IBl.S',u?as, GuxXERi No. 301. Once again do I find myself at Sunbury station ; once again am I going to do volun teer duty as a soldier (as a sailor I had alhnost said), and again have I left shop, wife and little ones, all that is dear to me to Irave a wiLek under canvas, and as muchne to eat s I canu stow away. Well, we are at the station, we have emerged from the trmin, we are f lIling in into " Open Column right in front." On my back I have a few little things needful for my comfort (I could have sent them by tile luggage train, but neglected it), only a pair of blankets and a shift of clothes, quite a small parcel. WTe are numibered offi niud ordered to advance in fours by successive companies. Being a shifting file I step back, iand with my luggage upset the ne.xt moan, causing a slight disarrangemnent. The cap tain growls'--the band plays upl, and on we go. SWell we arrive safely at the camp, we full in agaiii to our old routine o...

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THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. PUBLIC SIEETING~ A public meeting. was held in the' Wil .liamstown Mechanics' Institute on Thlirsday. evening, to receive a report of the Committee. appointed to promote the- early closiig! movement. About 200 persons were present. The Mayor of Williamstown occupied the chair, and having explained the object of tl'e meeting, read a letter of apology from M5r. Verdon, stating that his parliamentary.duties Would prevent him from being present. MIr. Ridet, the secretary, read the Com mittee's report, showing that the town had been cauvassed for signatures to at documentt agreeing with the proposition to close every 'evening at seven o'clock, except Saturday. The canvassers were hiiglhlyssuccessftl in their cfforts, the storekeepers and tradespeople. with two or three exceptions, willingly ac ceding to the proposition. Mr. CaLL moved the first resolution, "that this meetint laving hieard the report of the Committee, deem the consent given to the early closing...

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The Chronicle. MAY 25th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

MilA-Y 25th, 3867. As. one who his.: read the rciiirtof the R~oyal' Comnnisson ap:tirpited to. inquire into the c workini of the Wliine aid Spirit Sale'Statute j itust hive cdtnle to: the` conclusiun, that iloo ( small aniounit of'tfeetta nflueice liias beein: I brought to bear in the ,prcpiitlotion f tihe dc- I ,,,ent:c All through throu eport the Cinitiis- I sioners, when dealing vitli any pqinlt oil which it is well-known there exists: a diltereuce of opinion, adopt the rule ofgtving, thie teeiotaIt party the lienefitof thelle diiubt. We doi not. wish to quetion' the it"ri rityi' disiiterested ness if t?.Coiinmission ers .tsa ivhole,but we do say-with treference o. one of thein (Mr. C. EL Jo nes, '. L. A.) thath is 'about-the, ist RIan who sliti;t l have been appointed. to such a position: ; i hais for some time been iii the habit of w?i?'ti g-ad holding fortli :on the teutperantceqtest ion, icndl?tis iot ii the na ture titiiRins to xiect frinin him ian npreju ie: d 'opiion, i Th...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 22nd May, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

I:OOTSCil? T BOROhUGU CO U Ci;.t S1fet aesclay, 29nid Hfay 18.6" } . ri n hPrscut:Te 1iyor (Id11 Bri·ovh), iand Crs . lMit?hell, Toplkins, Dallaway n H iiiphrey, J uhnsoW aCouiar'id nid Bell. " Tlin?iintes of tli previous meetionhawing ' been readMiend confinmed, the tb\on clerk r Ed t? correspondendeie asMfilloiwv1ff-L. To -othe'on. the Commissioner of-railtways, .re iluestind tlihnta: ate, on the hW'illi s?itown .line of railway, leading io -rancis-street might be opened fn r toeiipurpose of tr?ffic. ' .tof tfllsr ech -iid . ure. tliepoit( j ontoll fot M. llsniininfitrf 3,' hýTo hmf t;heufomis l hin e oth th ouicil n.nhiue Board, in, con theifcehii me tio ti . conclusion that the 1 in?,ige.ý cqtoof th ettlls shonlýflwe ',es'ii in th t clerk of8?e Footsc?,ý"y i ki'id thlir;riuyhbr Road']rn everyil a ernateg7esr. 4 oJ uel r wn a epy stati n tkr C. l C ee r alpointedr S" theiCon ilto to-- a i-vtof the pdir s i?pro ised to tltCtBore,~ ~[Cr ret' llsto?or hs' iii§ opl nt us ytri e hecot...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May, 20th 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

I W ILLIAS' \VhTOW BO OUGH COI NCIL. ' . :- t d?ay, MayC; 20th 1867.S * Present i?-Thb.MIayor; (aMr Doi?man), afid. rs. Cjourtis,. Haslam, Power, Dalgarno, Lmdsey, (orugh, au 1ason. The minuites pf theli euns -meeting hav ing.". been'oifirnied? the following lctters we rem read:. 1.;;r, M N r R ILrewson; requesting to e, suppl ied ?,vtls "trees .and slirubs for. hilumtingthe liroutf atotciced to .the M~e c?i nics' Irititute?i? .[omplied .i-ith] 2. Firom' A.O lkodgkmson, Esq, Assistant Com nissioner of Laidn and Suryvey calling atten tion i:toa proclan?fliatn in the Government "GazeUt of.May ,7th, referring to the public pa-rk it-Williatist?w-m as having been placed under thme5icntrol of tlhe Borough Council; .3. Frouth Mir S R. Scoltock, stating that in consequenice of the town lainps being so very :slightly mde and the burners placed at such irreiulariirheights, the Board of Directors had received notice,from their contract6rthat he couldnot ?omjily with the terms imposed on hiim u...

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Footscray Police Court. Wednesday, 22nd May, 1867. (Before Mr. Call, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 25 May 1867

Footscray Police Court. Wednesday, 22nd May, 1867. (Before Mr. Call, P.M.) A lad, named Henry Warren, was sum moned for illegally discharging fire-arms within the borough boundary The defence was that the gun only contained powder, which was fired off to frighlten away pigeons. Fined 10s., and 5s. fees. John Ellis, James Urquhart, and William Cruikshank, managers of the Southern division of the Braybrook Farmers' Common, proceeded against Thomas Berge Derham, a farmer residing at Albion, for illegally depasturing 800 sheep on the said common, on the 12th inst. The defence was that the common was only sixty acres in extent, and that the sheep were travelling, and not depasturing, thereon. After some hesitation, Mr Call said he would consider the case, and make known his decision next Court day. Mr Poynteau, agent of the Board of Land and Works, applied for a warrant to eject Patrick Conolly from" Crown lands. The man promised to leave the ground by Friday next, failing to do which a ...

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

HEALTH FOR THE INVALID     HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength Loss of Health     The marvellous effect of this fine medicine Supon the system is such as to immediately rally Sall the vital functions, the appetite is soon ru stored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows, the Sbody becomcs 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. .l olloway's 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. -H' lead, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. SLook to the regularity of the functions of these .'foundations of -vtality.- olloway's Pills restore ito order the slightest departure from the proper Sation, and, .thereforo'may be considered as the regulators pf the mains...

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

Borough of Williamstown. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Council will           . -l'sit ond IfonsD~ , June 17th, 1867, at 7 p.m, for the pitirposeof fAmeuding th Rate, pursuant to section 1D0 ofthe al uiepal' C-orrations act,' 1863. Alli persolis chiming tii .he plac?d on, the p Rat ipayera?'Roll, may be so placed on application, -ifiso' entitled.' z:' - -, y IOrder, ,I i: GEO F SIITf3. T[own' Clerk :Co bdncChambers, May 17th, 1867. ~Williamptowt G as: Company, Lit d. ' pllEN; DEi S tosrereqm 1 1 losrd of Diree S tore of thIs'o Conp n or before Mondday -the rnd' proxaimo, at Si. p ., fir the. supply from. time to tib me ? such qu utities Ts may be requirrd" of Lanibton"Coal, for e remaiinder of':the year SParti ;irs on piei0 n at the Company's foice. .Ma- l0thli ]867. ___". .,___ Wi liamstown as Company, PI:CTIONS are .- ?om persoi capmi '+~:j- able of'nndertaking I of Secret-rvy to 116-lie Villiatistotri Gas n any. ...

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REDUCTION OF RATE OF INLAND POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

REDUCTION OF' RATE OF, INLADLD POSTAGEI`. On letters for delivery at any pace within the limits of thli colony, or overland. to South Aus tralia: ,ot exceeding:5oz..:. .d :'. SEvery additional ~oz; or fraction of On 'ship letters (except to places specially men. tioied in Postal Guide), andil letters for trans mission overlandl to New South W\ales :- I'.Not'cexeding .'on ..': .:: . i G - very additional Aoz, or friction of 4,oz :..' ? " . w :-- _ .sr PERS. ' : ' - - On all newspapers postc?lin thecolony, ~except places. specially. mentioned in PostiilYGuide, lid nMustle prepard by statip. tliihstboprejaid. by stanhs. - - !' .(Signed)" ' :Wýtiist- TURnEI. ' (Si. n ed Deputyi'titniastel General. General Post fcel- elbou, "ne, Julyn..O,, 16 -0.

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