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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

H NK-TATTERALL AGENCY; NELSON,, PLAC ., .... SSION Agent and ;Accountant. sfcrs of Property' under the Reial Pro y t' effected. e.flls of Sale made out and; registered. ,.. Mem orials and Petitions prepared., Corr spondence conducted. - Bo3 s Posted up, C :Charces iModerate. To ?Bakers, Storekeepers and 1I! "Others. ?f-Il, l-ndersigned, having been appointed Agent L forkthe Paiguton Steam Flour Mills, Port arlingson, will always have a stock of Flour, lran, and 3.oll?d on hand for Sale to the trade. All orders will be delivered. "THOS. MASON. Do' you Siffer from Fphisical In E capacity? A lRE?bie?suff rom ner o vous dcbilv? lave . you been the gti?lty victim'of any see;'t vice ? Do yoiisuffer from a sit'of symptoms nearly \aklin, more or less, to the follori-ing :-A pretty fair :."!n dition of health, not yet poesitively ill, but a feeh?.g upon you that you are no co quite right, a malaise , a tendency to despondency ; a slight occasional loss of ? oemory ; sometimes b. ' eakness ac...

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HUGGED BY A SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

used. Not flr from his farm was quite a lake, where we used to enjoy ourselves at fisli and sailini ; for we had one of the knew that there were plerit M sialres iatL wide piece of flats, where the water lay most of the year, and where the tall grass and reeds grew thickly. It was a sort of bay, making up inuto a cove on the opposite side from tiche farm. We had seen some large snakes in the water there, and I had tried to shot t a they swam never happene 0onf i way. I am sure I hit some of them, but the, managed to get away into the grs : 'and I had no desire to.follow th" ?ssechillf into' such a place. - Most of tho eiat IM we'., the common black water-snakes, but they were not all alik, eoome had a ight-col ? j r ?and and I was told by t ose who knew, that these hlatter were b?frth stoe rni~mt .. However, I was estine soon to have my eyes opened. One~uoff? t fri I g?aifllb6' black- ducks fly over, tie. house, and I was sure they alighted oi. the lakdmIr-c I my double-barr m nulni...

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Williamstown Police Court There was no business before the Court on Saturday or Monday. Tuesday, 28th May, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call, Dowman and Freyer.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

'i?litlianmstown jolic' O oilrt There was no -business before the GCourt on, Saturday. r Mionday. . T-etsday, 28tlh llfay 1867. - (Before Messrs.. Call, Down ian and Freyer.) Thlrnmas Pyner, a seamann, was' brought up for neglect of duty and for assaulting the chief officer of the steanship Otago, during the voyage from Dunedin to this port, on the s2th inst. r '. 'The ] -isoner was a.t theiwheel ivhe. the third. officer complained of=his niot steicing prbperly, the vessel being six points off her coiuse.- Hei .was sent aw-ay wlken he used abusive laiigiage to the captain, who directed him to be pqt icn irons, and as theichief offi cer was endeavouin' to, do'so, the prisoner struck him "' severe, blow. The policesaid he had been lireviously convicto 1 to eht;-.weeks' htard laboui- for assaulting' tlie captidn of the ship Mona-u-c The Bench avge&directionfor his discl~ e fromuthe vessel, -and ordered himi tolibe i prisoned eight weeks on bo-aord the Ipilks.,aml forfeit 40s of...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A THORN AMONG THE ROSES. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

:ORGNAL.. .CORRESONDENCE. ' THORN AMONG THE ROSES. in W ·[To the Editor of the C? oeiONICLE.] i nSm, ,There are poisons to be found in ti every community. who are constailtly striv iug to mnake themselves popullar by dissent Ing froiil everybody else, in whatcvcr may I be attempted, whether the movement be for a good or for evil. Were a philanthropist to a step 'forward and give employment to the idle,' food to the ,ngrvy, and clothing to the I naked; there would be some one to rail out a" against him and accuse him of soic diaboli- b cal motive. As a rule our townspeople work P amiaibly together, and I am, proud to say that much good has been done here by move- b meints chainactcrised by unity of piarpose, and by the:exercise of a spirit of forbeaiunce and goodwill. But occasionally a bitter weed t will sprig" up, which, if not nipped in the I 'bidi:soon'spreads its banefal and pernicious ii C iliflUences, blighting and nullifying every t good aundiuseful effort. For some time past...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

S...i.-. Oca t Gi"lerI /et5s. iRE.,*(VLLLustoIws.-A detached -four-romxu /weatlherboarled house in Cecil st eet Hliamstown, was destroyed by fire bleti"s oone anul.two o'clock on Wednesday' dg. The loduse was owned and occu by a man named Patrick Ryan, who ith his family-wcre absent at the hour of the occurrence. The cause of the catastrophe is unknown. The house and funiiture are insured in the TImperial Office :for £1 7i5. Imluiries are'being made by the police wilth t vlew. of hblding an inqunest. .We may mention thilt the same-l house had a narrow escape of being destroyed by fire on the 4th inst. SFooTSCx"o CO?NERTS. AD PEý'Y READ L'os.- The sixthi.of these entertainments was-given at the:Borough Chambers, "on the %ecning of the 25th inst., whien Mr C. A. Donaldlson, from VWest Melboun?e, liM G. Smiibert, of W?illiamstown, and severallocal entlemeun took part in the., proceedings. '- Donaldson sang several songs with ?reat ialing, and ,Mr Smiberi t,tid One or two. seletions, wh...

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[?]ATE REV. ROBERT SIMON DOWNING [?].S.A. [COMMUNY[?]ATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

On ·. . C0IUTutED] e 'yesterday, in y Mair s Church, at 10, .ck, a m.n lar' :nomber of. the Catholic r- nmeu oEl aic a ittendca1 the office and equii \ ffer ad op for the repose of the'soot` of the late 'v " ,ocrt Sionon Downing whlo died in Cork, on nd olf -Feb:c, 1S67, the 40th year of h~?ge. The deceased clergyman, y m as a' hbrother4 our venoirablo fellow citizen the ery lx atihew Downitig, of St. MDiry's.w Tile de c sine yeyrs ago, was atttiched to'ilihMissiu. o lloug,'and wns endeartl thi large circlg 'f ji who witnessed his jirofessional zeal iunF his qnaliti. of head andt heart. "i'e ily every triictofithe Vi2totirian Mission was represi.e!d erday t th solenmu obsequies at St'MIry's. The follo'iu'g:clergyhten were:.in attenidafce?" Fathers Blarry and 1.nglnttd, from.Melbournea'T,,. O'Dwyer, iJmerald lill ;'Jam?T corbett, "Bt. Kildla:- 1'..iordan, Wiliamnstown, ;'VWm". FViini, Ilcidelburg; l iraaitoa, .Kilmore'; :Thomn, L.inehan, iallart S?.. keh ai, Creswick ; Ai, Shana?ihn,...

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THE LATE FIRE IN THOMPSON STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

THE LATE FIRE IN ..THOMEPSON STREET. The following Subscriptions have been received on behalf of Mr James Thomson, lateof Thompson-street, Williamstown, whose property was dcstroyed by the late fire: Messrs Courtis £1 0 0 OMessrs Rider 0 5 0 E G F 1 0 0 Penglase 0 2 6 R Wright 2 2 0 A Friend 0 2 6 SFranklin 010 6 DTuglis 0 5 0 W Hill, jun. 1 0 0 B Groves 0 5 0 T Blackett 1 0 0 .F Call 0 10 0 R Creek 1 0 0 Allan 0 2 6 H Douglas 1 0 0 A Friend 0 2 G J Simmers 1 0 0 Whittakcr 0 2 6 J Dunlca 1 0 0 A Skuso 0 5 0 Stephens 1 0 0 Brew 0 2 6 Ferguson 0 10 0 Bradbury 0 2 6 D 1cC 1 0 0 Noble 0 2 6 A Seddon 0 10 0 Roberts 0 1 0 ICS- 010 '0 Walker 0 1 0 J Best 0 10 0 Lascelles 0 2 6 Sandford - 1 0 0 A-Ingram 0 1 6 R Clough 0 10 0 HG 0 2 0 J Smibert 0 10 6 G Goble 0 5 0 W Kerr 0 10 0 Dobncy 0 2 6 . B 0 10 0 Haughton 0 2 6 Withers 0 5 0 R Elsum 0 1 0 G Hall 0.10 6 Lambert 0 3 0 A Friend 0 10 0 Springhall 0 5 0 Mason 1 0 0 D Elder 0 5 0 G Verdon 2 2 0 Senior 0 5 0 Stewart 3 3, 0 A Smibert 0 2 6 Lid...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 25th May, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 June 1867

S'aturday, ?25thl 3ay, 18S67. / (Before Messrs. Call and IBrowp) William Clothier summoned a man named   Rollings for the recovery of £1, s 10d for work and labour, which sum was ordered to be paid with 5s fees.   Thomas Scott was . lproc ed against by the Boroigh Couincil, fo.ri recovery of £6 5s. for rounnd rent, d, the 1st of April. As.the defendant dirdlnot appear, an order Wis miade-for the ;v.bunt with 7s Gd costs.

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A THORN AMONG THE ROSES. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

[Jo th _1ditor of?the .Li oaicNTIC . Si,; if ouin. dorreiiiondi:nt reilly leas a wish tto bxiefit the ifitp avers of Wi1fpis-. town lie should, inll hol estyS, learii i ?do, it, not by inislcadiii ithen, lit by s caking the tiuth. :'He'is'quite it liberty to criticise' sny co:iriit; 6o- it" it will pleue hiim" bettei-, to write i"iiuist inc itce will"e conice?ed. howeic-,? ti t- I laiit i'it liberty t' plead "Not Guilt" to tohe t pecifich eharges wvhiclh " Progress" hais lbcoirplciscd to niakL1ginist ice anid I think it will lie' evidienti' th it TI ain biving the best proof -'f 'iy fsinicerity iind rublic iintcgrity, wdlicn 1" chllkeoo lion to Ineebt miiq piublic ou thoeii or othr charges he may be pleased to adduce, at any time that may be most convenient to himself during the present month, and on my part I will pledge myself to resign my trust with out delay if I caumot prove, to the satisfac tion of a majority of the ratepayers, tlha,_, " Progress", hs very grossly misrepresent...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. COUNCILLOR COURTIS. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

ORIGIAL . CORRKESPONDENCE. :_ COUNILLOR COURTIS.", [Zo the Editor of *he CaroNixCLi] . Sin,-In your last issue there appearldul letter, siglied "Progress," conccriiiug n Coun cillor Couritis's pilbli.canrer, anidi ceprcatting his conduct hitael in string terms . :' S., " In the firat place. Councillor Con urths.is hinted' t as- being ' A. Thoran. amonog: the Roses." .I, must admit, Sir, thit liam at a. total l.iss-to :knriowwho are smeanfitby thl 1Rose6 unlessa they ai' .Coiuncillor C's brother Coiuicillors, and a -bright bunch of roscs they arc, cmrtainly. Take tlieii all ini all, I don't believe that there.is one of then: any bettc' than Councillor Gourtis. N'pi. dounbt Councillor C saienuiicht of late lias been somewhat obsciure,, bti t ?s veryI long ago the would be mcmbeinfor Emerald Hill opposed aniythiuig arind evTtlue that Or. C. was in favour of. ' rogr'ise s to think 'that Councillr. Courtis maike a practice of opposing everythlin of:? :l?iclihe. is not the movier : But' I...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

RULES AND REGULATIONS. The Head Master shall be a gadu'.te of one of the Universities, and ihhall he elected by the Conmnittec, and shall hold office for four years si bense !essert ; shall have the use of all buildings, receive all fees, less those hero under specified, and conduct the school at his own expense. The maximum fees to be charged for teach ing the prescribed course are those namecd in the code of conditions, but the Master for supplying pens, ink, copies, slates, pencils, will be allowed to charge an extra sun of 5s per quarter. A sum of ten per cent upon the amount paid by each pupil shall be paid quarterly by the Head Master to the Commnittee, t., form a fund for keeping the school and buildings in repair, and for such othler Ipur poses as the Committee may direct. The IHead [Master shall render to the Committee a quarterly relport, containing an account of all receipts, the general state of the school, and such suggestions respectiu the arrangements and w'-orking, a...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

THE WILLTAM3STOWN BOROUGII GRA.IMMAIA SCHOOL. The land appropriated to this School was made a free grant by the Government, to be vested in Trustees upon the application of the Borough Council, and the Council also voted a sumn of L200 from the Borough funds towards the building on the condition of certain educational privileges being secured 'to the ratepayers. The necessary additional funds for the building were made by public subscriptions, and the donors of L1 and upwards at a general meeting, held on the 10th day of September, 1866, clectedthe following Com mittcc for completing the undertaking, and the undcrmentioned Trustees in whom the property should vest on behalf of the public : CO3MMITTEE : F. Call, P.M. Dr. Maclean, Capt. ,ormsan, lHon. Geo. Verdon, . 1. Piper,; Frank Howden, John Courtis, W. Collins Rees, C. Fnnsklin, D. McCallum, D. W. Gosset, G. Birnie, The ,ayor of the Borough. TRUSTEES : The Hon. George Verdon, Captain Norman, MIcssrs. John Courtis, R. Murray Smith...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

PENNY iE. DINCS.-We are glad to nntice that tlhe Conmiittcc:'of the Williamstown felhanicisle' ?bsfitutic indtenhd conitinuitig the Pcnniy Irfidind "Next Tuesdaty evening the filt, of a newtcor?ie will be givcn, the readers bcing the: Rl'I t.1r Jai~~s, Cltaiits Campbell arid: Letir and, M r Ge.'iSinibernt IThe music w ill b?-cupi-lied by a Lady Aiarteur , a'nd Mr C. 1. Cmnpnitl. Wiith such a display of talent, it hill be stringe if neixt T'uesd n's en tentainlncnt does not coiimanddad: crowded Indience. -" . E NTERTAI.NtENT I_\ .AID TOF TnE WTIL Li5tsTowN BoROUGH GRA0 ? .ARiM SClOOL. --We desire to call atitetiton to an adrortise niicnt in our fti:ot uiege reslicting a mu sical ian, dramatic entertainmuii t itt the Mechlnics' isistitute 'i:?et Friday eveviiii'. A nmost at tractive 'progrtutime ise biiSi pirepared, and firom tihe arriy f' talent exhibited, we have ino doubt that there will be a crowded house. CONCERT ANl- IEADIAGS AT FOOTSCRAY. -\notlier iif these etiteitaintments to...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 1st June, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

S aturdauy, lst. Jamne, 1807. (Before Messrs. Call and Browni.) Thomas Drayton was brought up chriiged with having in his possession several articles of stolen propcrtty belonging to a -uma: naued Henry P. Miles. The prosecutor, who appeared to be in a state of semni-lunacy fromt the etlects of drink, was examined at great leinth-'. by'InspcCtor Bav'er, who with much difficulty elicited the fillowing fiacts :--Miles haul recently ar rived in this colony. He :r.et the prisoner fir the first time on Montlay last at a board ing house in Queen-street, Melbourne. On Tuesday prosecutor employed the irisoner to remove some boxes from one house to un other. for storage, and the two meon after wards wvent together to the Treasury Hotel. At tile suggestion of the prisouner, witness agreed to accompany him up tile country, and they left Melbourne for that purpose; but after trmvelling for soveral hours pro secutor found himself at Footscray, at six o'clock in the evening. Miles then refused to...

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POST OFFICE WILLIAMSTOWN. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

POST OPFIlUE, WIl.LIAISTOW . !N. lce are t.questcd by the l'ostmnistcrto call at t?ntionl to thec.rcducti,n in the ,:ltr'ges O(n illoncy: Or,iers ldrawn on "reae lrith-in and l'reltnd."" - On oustafter this late the eimmnsinin Mn ?Joney Orders payable in the United Kingludoi will be as follows O?i sulms not exceeding £2. 1s On sums xceecding £ linbut not excceding£5, Os G 1 ddo o £i, but notexceedling £7, .'G d 10 do £7, but nt excceding r10, r' POST OFrICe 1lo i:Y OI:DEn BSTR.WE. •honey Orders can be obtlinesd at this ofice, on aymcut of1the following rates: Above On sums . £ and lnot cX*- Iot c cecding ceeding On places in Victoria (sec list of £5 £10 tow:ns exhibited at Post-olicce) Gd. Is. On iplaces in S. Australia (do.) Is. - 2. New SoutlrWales, Nw Zealand ,, Westcrn Austratia, Queensland , Do. United Kingdom, (do) 2s. Gd. O5s. Late letters for the United Kingdom, Western Australia, Point de Gallc, India. China, and the East, Aden, l.auritius, Rounion, Natal, Cnpe of Good Rope...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

ARRIVED. Juno 1.-liangitoto, str, from Sydney; Tas mania, str, from Hlobart Town ; Lady Darling, str, front Newcastle; Barwon, str, from Newcastle; W'estern, str, from Portland. June 2.-VWasp, ketch, from WVestern Port; Penola, str, from Adelaide; Black Swan, str, from Launncestn. .Tune 3.-Twins, sch, from Hobart Towin; Pereril, cutter, from .Warrnamboul ; Mlartha, and Lavinia, sch, from Belfast; om, schll, from liel fast; Cityof Adelaide, str, from Sydney. Juno 4.-Wave of Life, ship, from r.olhon; Blackbird, str, from Newcastle; Sulfulk, ship, from London. June 5.-Wolverine, bri:, from Calcutta; Sarah, brig, from iaunritiu, ; Adeline B:irke. lbqe, from Newcastle ; Frederick, lel, fr.nm Port Macl)on ncel ; Southern Cros+, sch. from Port MacDonnell; Sea Nymph, bqe, for Newcastlc; Alcandre, sell, from Neuwcastl ; .lnnio ecatn,,. s"h. from Wyn. yard ; Georgina Smith, schll, from \Varrnambool Alc'bourne, sch, from Varrnambool ; Lfady Io billiail1, schll, from Belfast ; John 11'Donall St...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPI. PORT PIIILLIP IIEADS, .UNE 7. AI.IVALts.-Wonga Wongn, str, frion Sydney; Nlrray, str, from L'ort Albert; Catherine Jante, lqe. from Newcastle; Monarch, hlqe, front New castle; Union, sch, from Newcastle. SAtLED.--Nil. Wind.--.N. E. fresh, cloudy, at 4 p.m. Tae l arque Golden Age was on Thurs.lay taken into M'Lcan, Kilgaur, and Go's floating dock, to unldergoe an overhaul and eic put in repair. II.,M.(.S. V~cor.rAO.-TIte recet hauling n;u of I[.M.C.S. Victoria on the GOvernment patent s'ip at Williamstown has given another opportunity to those concerned to admnire the grcat Leauty of her model, and the high charactcr of her uildl. It is nlearly a dozen years since she was turned out Iof the yards of Me-srs.Young, son, and Magnay, of Blackwal; it is live years since shbe'was coppered, and two years and an-half sirne se was overttatlcl d; yet her timbiers ate as sound as ever ; her maho gany sides, if smnnthelal and French-pttlishedt. would lhmk as free fr -mi fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

olloway s Pillt-Desirable Possession.-' VWithout health no ainount of wealth, no means of euleiurc~aruoq!f " thslightest. value. It is incoa. cetiblo 6lioý '.smalla disturbance of the animal functions' begets iietchediess, and how readily it ima` bn rectified by a few doses of this purifying and reiilating. medicine. Theo world-renowned Pills havei proved the best. friend to mankind in every grade, in every land, and under almost every ;eircumstahee. Holloway's Pills purify the blood, yectify digestion, stimulate the liver and'. kidneys, a d eiulate the bowels. When fevers, ? influenza, aund other ailments are epedemic, these 'Pills .should be taken by everyone, to keep the blood'and system free from the seeds of the pre . yailin peitilence. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

Notice. It is particularly requested that parties rcsiding at VWymlham, Mount uottcrell, and the inter vening townships, who take an interest in t?? affairs of their respective loealities. will comunun - cats with the edit·l of this journal on any sun ect of import.ance transpiring in their neighlohnrhoud. All letters (authlCtieatCei Iby the name and adlress of the writer) to be sent to the Ch'rouile oflice, W\illia?ustown. 'uhscribers at Footscray nst receiving their pal plrs regularly, will have the goodnesi to commtmi ato with Mr. (.George -imith, Po'ttery \Vorls.

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

NOTICE OF MOTION. Cr. Dallaway : to move " That for the future all works undertaken in this borough be carried out by tender, un less by express order of this Council to the contrary."

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