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

Borough of Williamstown;i N QOTICE is hereby given, that the Corncii?rill I it.. sit on MosD.tY, Juno 17th, 1867, it?7 p.m. for.the purpose of Amending the Rate, purs;uant to section 190 of the iMlunicipal Corporations '?tL,. 1863. A"ll persons claiming to be placedi onithe: liatepayer?s Ioll, may be so placed on apilicatioun if so entitled. By Order, GEO. F SMITH. Town Cerk. Cuncil Chanmbers, May 17th, ISb6. Borough 'Williamstoi~izi r. !FNDERC are in, until 4 p.m. on Tleeday next, 13th ins , for the followringiworks, - Putingin two cu cro ngs, (Espinao a -'ZTwyford street. ) orming and cover g wi d two paths, 'Parkcr and I'ao str t.) r Formin,'and metasli g a oway off L? tti N'elson-stnreet, (adjoinin Sr Cblgh's proprty.)' Specifications may seen on Monday nes 10th inst. By Order,' " EO F. MITH, Towi Clerk. o ndcil Charmbers, J e 7th, 1867. "-WiLL " SoWILNi Boro h Gfr mar School. : .. for the v emcnt the Borough Gramar -? School in, a ~d he lOt of June, proximo, will h be p liarede...

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

DEAN & Co., SoTailor-s aind Woollen Dnipiers, 'No. 5 NELSON PLACE, W. ILLIAMSTOWN, T SlI to a state that they have in ssoriment of Vi Strong l'weeds, suitable for t;y?y -udl Mlen's woirking CLithing, which c?aL be olitained at the following prices: Strong 'wbed, from . £0 2 Strong lIonble Widtth Durng.rce.fn from 0 1 Fine Black Iroad Cloth, for Ladles' ' "lantles, from 0 7 ;6 Taiors Trimming cheap Strong 'Iweed Trouse's well made, from 0 13 0 Good Black Cloth Sac Suits 4 i 0 Do Tweed do " 17 - Do Scotch do 0 3 0 Boys' Suits, 0 0 All goods well shrunk, andl c:at in a saperior style, Naval ant Military Uniforms made in" the shortest iotic: - , To the Inhabitants of Williamstow~i and the Public generally.j '' J .B I 8 EE El 150 BEGS to announce that he has now on .ns? i the WVilliamstown Brewery, Prime Sparklitig Bottled ALE and STOUT, in pints dr quarts. In calling the attention of tlie public to thile alovb Sannoumcement,-.T. BREIIENYS bhes to state that te Ale andi Stoutar r...

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

FRANK TATTERSALL. AGENCY; dOMMISSI0N Agent anid ',iccnt?ant 'I ransfers of Property unler the:' Rhal Pro-' perty Act' effected. . ' '--" ills of Palo made out and rcgistercd. - s Ijleirtorialsand Petitions prcpared. Correspondence conducted. Looks Posted u. : Charges .Moderate. To Bakers, Storekeepers and Others. rlTl E nndersignet, l:aving li;en appointed Agent L for the Plaignton Steam Flour Mill, 'Port ailingtmn, will always have a stock of Flour, Bran, and. PolLard on hand for. Sale to the trade: All orders willi..e deliveredl. TIIOS. MASON. A WARNING ! Do' you Suffer from Physical In S capacity ? 3 rEyumsuffering from nervous debility ? lae - you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you stiffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin, more or less, to the following :-A pretty fair con Sdition of clth, iot yet yet positively ill, but a feeling u]pon you that you are not quite right, a malaise ; a teidency to despondency ; a. sight occasional loss of memory ; sotnetiiecs a we...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 5th June, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

r. .^sFOOTSCIAY BORtOUGTI COUNTCiL. - . ednesday;-othfI .tun, :1867. .?; FPse 'Ps Thei Mayor (Mr Brown), and Ors. :3Iit1chell, Hopkins; )Dallway, -Humplrey, u, ind. Bell' . <, i. E ?.The minutes of the previous.meeting.hiaving ': .. -ieen read iandt~onfirned, the following .tlette3ero-ereirad:--1. Frot MrI Doblirity, o-?' informing the Council that the Cattle-sales " iM'n-X had come to darran-gments .with the -- ity Coiuncil, amd thertfore the- cattlcyards would nbot be renioved. at prisent. Mr :-.. Doliarty also tlhanked the Council ?on behlilf o theotli salesmen; for thir kindness in giving Te 'cattle-salesmeif's Coimittee information the event of 'the yards havingi' bcen re nioved-to Tootsciray; .:.Fronm Mr Hignin bothiamn, Erigineer-in-ehief of Victdiiaiinilr . wiys, statiing.that lte gate' ciossing the liii at Stdny Creek-would beopenet coidilition ally until the W-oollen Mill wasconst-uictetd, thel contractor' pay in . 12s.:i" wiee for-a gL*' mcitkcefur. [CO Hpkiins...

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

HEAITH FOR THE INVALU c HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellous effect of this fine medicine upon the systeui is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re stored, a'full lio 0 of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored .healthlr: fresh air and a little exercise arc iecess sry to bring about a permancnt state of things:. lolloway's iPills imparts tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to 'astonish all who take them. By their extraordiniry virtues they have obtained the largest sale of aiy.melicin e in the world. Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach.? Look ti. the resParity of the functions of, these foundations of vitality. -Ilolloway's Pills restore to ordlei the'slightest departure fromt the proper action, and, therifore m.ay be considered as the reulatoers of the mainspring of human life. Apo plecxy can walays be prevented if...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

There was no business before this Court on Saturday. Monday, 3rd June, 1867. (Before Mr. Call, P.M.) A seaman, named John Jones, was brought up and fined 5s, or 24 hours in default, for being drunk on the previous Saturday. Tuesday, 4th June, 1867. (Before Messrs: Call, Dowman and Freyer.) ~Villiam Gurney was brought before this court on remand, charged with assaulting 'Constable Rodge?s on the night of the 27th lit., while engaged in the performance of his duty. M3I Murpliy appeared for the prisoner. The complainaut stated that lie was on duty in Nelson-place on the night in ques tin, about half-past nine o'clock, when lihe met the prisoner, who was creating a distur bance. On 'taking him into custody the man tif-ned- round; and- struck- witness a severe blow in the inouth. The latter remonstrated with the prisoner, and advised him to come loing quietly. ie promised to do so, but lie lad not gone .far when lie quietly pulled a ?ottle of porter froml his pocket and struck .the const...

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LAST SUNDAY'S FRACAS. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

', ,*L-AST -SUNIDAT'YS FRACAS: - (?'{Tiftie E?.ldo: o/fthe Cno7IOUILE.) ' Sm .--l e io'doibt that a- lare portion of the inhabitants of Footscrtay'? e totally un acquainted.with tle ical filts of the unpleas-B. ;ant occurrehce'tlhat took place before the pul-: pit-o':n. :S day tLe i 2iduf' Jule ; if you can i spare the space in your journal, w[ill venture' to exiplaiti STras notafight for the B bIacon Beacon, . as I. ieard. a persoi sa on visiting .the Ex hibitipiti of C'artoi s eat theo Vcstmuinister Inll fi r thq new. estniiister pailace; but - twas a.fight for the plate. Now, we are all'. giler eru hinted will'Mr. T, ross one, f.the-.widens of ourt Churchman oldlinhaBli- ' fnit .a-ihts.very dTsgraceful sceiitojk pclaco hbetwi n ir. ' Cross and a ainati -.nniued -,i e a icer5lcahiig.hLinself'the Mnistier'sWiarden. N , ;alttioughM'.\. r ist decidedly to b om4. fr is funclristiailike. conduct, and tnI.arehie nutich crets having so -far for gott~i migel still -O."must not forget.that...

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The Chronicle. JUNE 8th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

JUNEESth, 1867. IT is a remarkable fact that notwvith standing that the want of a good road be twcen 'Williamstown and the min tropolis has long been felt, nothing h-It been done by the \Villiallstown people towanls the ce.=ity ing out of such a work. The subject is al ways brought up at municipal election meet ings, whlcn candidates are requested to give their opinions upon it. O such occasions some are in favour of one- particulear plan; some of another;. and all are convinccd that a road of some kind is required: Buit' after the usual questions have been answcred and the' matter well taiked about in the Council, .theo.subjeet is allowed qiiuitly to drop, "nl the iublic are in the samie po.ition as they were before. So long as the weahler was fine and little or no iaii. fell, people could by careful -driving get their vehicles as far'is Footsclay without' suffering any other inconvenience than a seveis 'shaking, or a- broken spring or bolt, but when the win? ter caie ?on and the g...

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

WE- Akte IN ,LIFE. 'eoi and msne.t ioualde lledci'nts for hither t: o intractable and incurable distaecs. -TIL1KE the Patent Mledicinis ,gncisdly in, U po.rtled fomn the Unlitc Klingdoni, the fol owing front France have bentr scvcrely tested and Ecrutinined by tlhe most clnincllt fovernlnent and pitivatte analytical and lperative Chennits nind prac tising phlysicians of Paris,, c.c insoiuchl that, the entiecl nrisian? , cMlical Faclty, atta, hcdt tthe Govermnent and oth,:r lIo-lfitsls, &c., inl he 'Frehch douiiitions can after vigorous trials, ilth the'fullest conidi:enec, recommend 'them to the favourable notice of all langnuishinf, not only under, ordinary diseases.;-but those:wh, nay.be ',hoping against hope' No More Cod LiverOil.. ( Syrups if Iodized II s~eadinsh. Pr pared l;y GIIJI1AULT & Co., "Cliemists, 7 Iue de Ia Fenilladel , Paris.: # ccoriling to the cer tiliates of the plhysicianso uthe Paris Hospitals doe tailed in the l'rspectus; and with the approbatio...

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THE BARON DE NOSEK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

THE: BARON DE NOSEK--" Our readers," remarks tlie Casllenailne Daily..eres, "pro bably noticed a modest advertisement in our chlumnis somnie time since, inlilriing for Joseph. Boron ds: Nosek. So obscurely worded wii the announcement that we held-it over for a day before inserting it, being under the inm pression that it was possibly a hoax. It up pears, however, that De Nosek, u:ho..resides at Campbell's Creek, belongs to a good family in Austrian Polaud, and inl 1850 came into .possession of his family. etates, but enjoyed them. forone .year only when a revolution breilig oiiut, he joained the revolutionists, and ultiniately had to fly and.leave his ftrtune of -4,000 a year behind him. .IIis estates were subseqnently conficated to the Crown. :De Nosek never would apply for the amnesty granted by, the Emperor, but always main tailed that, being under twenty-five years of age at the time of the offence, he was a minor, ticcording to the law of the country, hnd his estates could not ...

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THE LEGEND OF THE STARVED ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

THE T D OF TIlE r. SU iTARVED I 4Y ItIY Jtrin 'c. SInT the Fair West; wliere bad:rolh rairies stretchlaay for niiles in bilo'-` u dolititius-wlhei bald; mouiittanous cliffs rise abruptly to the azure sky crownced with dark firs and cedars-not far from the head waters I of ivingaitinif-i the Illitinisriver,'iad, tiswer inlg up finrom the bank of the stream;i'rises '.' Starved Rock.". Its walls are of dark .grey stone, half veiled with claibering'wililvines ind trailing mosses, as some old dilapidated castle, relic of feudal tiunes, stands buried iii the 'drtlicry which long ages have w'ovein about it--aid broken puarpets of stunted cedars, alnd firs frown threateningly upon the daring iadventurerw?ho attemlpts to scale its precipitous steeps.' A. narrow, almnist jierpendicular iath, on the opposite side" frcni the rive, is revealed; as 'you make a circuit of the base of the cliff; and here, he who would attain the highest ele" vation of the "BLock,' can iscend. I There is a fugitive ...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 3rd, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 June 1867

WiVLrt[A.STO'WN BOILOUGil COUNCIL. I I:osdlirj, .ore '3rd, 1867. : Preseitt:--The Mayor' (.1r Dowmant), and Crs. Coiutis, Iaslam, Power, ; Dalgarno, Lidsey, Clough, Mason, and Franklin. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, the following letters were read :-1.. From Mr. Wardell, Inspector general of Public Works, ncelosing the tracing of a )1lan for, canstructing a drain from Morris-street and A.nn-street into HIobson's Day; 2. From Mr. C. Percy, re questing that Mr. Gilbert's name might be placed on the ratepayers' roll for the Odd Fellows' Ball ; 3. From Mrs. Lee, apply lug for the .use of the, market reserve to graze her cow in. [Referred to the Market Comunittee.] 4. From Messrs. Elder, Wright, and Duke, calling attention to a petition presented to the Council sonime time ago regarding the state of the north side of Nelson-place, between Ann and Thompson streets. [Referred to the Public Works Committee.] 5. From the Government Printer, forwarding two copies ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. COUNCILLOR COURTIS. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. COUNCILI OI COURTI.. (To the Editor of the Cnuioxxci.) Sin,--When I ]Ast addressed y1u .iiuon theiiubject of Councillor' Courtis's conduct in. the Borough Council, I. flattered myself that the charges I biought against hiiU, if answered at all, would be replied to in" a straiightforuward nmanner and- to the point. But, on, icading his letter last .-week, I 'ais surprised and. disy'liointcd to find that lihe had studiously avoided- cyery thing I hald said about himn:; He coninences by3 calling u1e, in landgtuge not to lie. iistiiken, a liar ail :i slaiidrerir, withoiut ittetilting to show wherein I- hadi lied or in what way I had sl:hindereil. 7Lly ,ccus.-ttions .g?iinst Courot cillor Courtis w-ere miade in plain o:i d dis tinct terms, without any attelmpt at ambi guity 'or concealment iarid ihe replies to these aecusatious by telling me thr?t I should "learn to spcak the truth," and that.' lie is prelpared to prove that I have vciT-ygo1ly. misrepresented, an...

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A REPORTER FERRIED ASTRIDE A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

RA fEPORTER FERRIED ASTRIDE u t iV `. i -A correspondent iJnthe south of Scotland writes to a contemnporary s follows :-Several writers -of note have related extraordinary - feats performed by them. ivhile they: were eng?iged as re\isplaper..reporter'. before, the days of railways ;' but I do not- think they have- recorded' anything, of. the kind : so amusing as an adventure whliich efel a re porter?6f tmy acqudintaice the othendaiy The :: gentleoian in question had to attend coursing" meetine'in a. wesf'eih : county. Le; knew.that tlie?place of. mecti'nwas on the brinkof a ere?iiEriver, aand he alcuIted.his jioirney so i s-5to reaqh th sthe .t at the-hourfixed for. the - ' cohimmencement of the pjroceedings. YOn ap proachig,' holeyer; he was munch disappointed .by fidng-dinirtht while le was on one bank of - the river the hunters were on the othlier. - The ne?resi~brilge,' so far as he-iris awaire was . twoiand-a half miles further up, and the rive wis broad and deep `Here was a fi...

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Tuesday, 10th June, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call, Dowman and Court.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

Tuesdiy, 10th :igrne, 1867. (Before M1essrs. Call, Dowmauitiiid Coiurtis.) 3Iaitini;.M.i riphy, stewhrd' on board" the ship Underley, was brought before this court on Tuesday, for stealing' a' quantity of pro- a visions from th:it: Tessel on the afternoon of c the 6th inst. " Mr liirplhy' solieitor, appeared for the prisoner. e- , " The chief officer of the Underley stated c that on the "day'lin 'question, a young man r named Rea;d, in the employ of Messrs. El- ii worthy and Dobbin, biitchers, brought' some c meat onl bboard, aid s!hein leaving, witness detained him, and searched his basket, in f whidch we re found a roasted duck, a bottle o of pickles, ' lonf of bread, two pies, and several tarts. George Re?ad, oio being 'examinied, said that the provisions ,rferred' to were put into. his basket .bv the prisoner, who. told witness to take thems to the house of a Mrs. Fowler, in Thompson-street;' South 'Williamstown. where lie had arrangeed to hold a party that f evening. . SCaiptai...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

.. . liscrlhulaous ...Tfxtl'lcIfi... When doecs ani l.?, most recsimble Samp son l~-When he moves the House. It is a singular' thing, but vcri'. tri, a the hest going kind of business is a stat ?y' one. ' : To whom should those apply who wish for dignity and rank -Station smnsters. Mrs Partington wishes to know if the man who 'fell into a train of thought' was very much injured by the collision. ' Have your cabbages tender heat is 1' asked a duteous wife of a costermonger. 'They carn't have anything else, mar'm,' was the reply, ' for they've been with me cryir.g about the streets all the morning.' After dinner conversation is sometimes called post-prandial tlk. 'Considering the spirituous character of much of the wine we consume would it not be more correct to say pdst-brandial. When Ileywood, on his return from banish mrent, presented himself before his royal mis tress, ' What wind has blewti you, hither ?' asked Quen Mary. ' Two especial ones,' re plied the comedian; ' one of them...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

June S.-W?estern, str, from Portland; Cather ine Jane, bqe, from N1ewcastle; Monarch, bqe, from Ecwcastlc; ?Union, sch, from Nei'castlc. June 9.-Tasumania, str, from Launceston ; Jet, sobell, from Port MacDnell ; Flyinig Squirrel, sch, from Port MacDonnell ; Dart, sch; from Table Cape : Ulcoats, ship, from Liverpool; Onward, ship, from Manilla; You Yangs, str. from Sydney. June 10.-Derwent, str, f.rom Hobart Town; Eugenie, Dutch bqe. from Sonrhaya ; HI ermatnn Doctor, Bremen ship, from Bourbon; Gb ndevon, ship, from Liverpool ; Pat the Rover, sqh, from Circular Head ; Alehymist, ship, from Manritius; Pride of the West, bqe, from Ilauritius; lhalme mann, ship, from Liverpool ; Esmeralds, ship f om Greenock ; Elizabeth, sbch, from Warnatmbool. June 11.-Avoca, R.M. str, from Point de Galle; Black Swan, str, from Launceston ; 'Ts man, scol, from Hobart Town ; langhtira, str, from Sydney. .Tune 12.-Nil. June 13.-Aldinga, str, from Adelaide; Merrie Monarch, ship, from London. CLEAsnED OUT...

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WHAT IS A SNOB. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

WIIAT IS A SSon. -.1 contemporary gies a brief definitio n of snobbishness :--",The essence of snobbislness nd: vulgarity is. nothing more or less than display, designed to create in othbe persons' minds a belief th-at you are different from what you really are- better brn, bett'bred, richer, and more clever, or more :accomplished. On ihe other hand, it is ..the perfect .truthfulness and modesty which results from an absence of desire to impose upon his companions-which 'makea a man a gentlemau."

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHI PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JUNE 14." Ai:vxs.--MIrray, nstr, from Port Albert; Gem. sch. from Dclfast; Harrict, sc, from WVarr. nambool; Peveril, cutter, from Warnarr:bool; Vesta Veazi, lbqe, from New York. S.ILEm.-Rangitira, str, for Sydney; You Yangs, str, for Sydney; Flying Squirrel, sch,, for Port MacDonnell; Frederick, bqe, for Hokitikk: Pharos, str, for Apollo Bay. Wind -N. Cloudy, at 4 p.m.

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Footsc[?] Police Court. Saturday, 8th June. 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 15 June 1867

Saturday, 8th June. 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) John Jones was brought up by the police for violently assaulting his wife on the pre vious clay. The man pleaded provocation on account of her drunken habits. The case was adjourned for a week, and a warrant was ordered to be issued to secure the woman's attendance. An interpleader case was next: proceeded with, to inqiure into the ownlrship of a piannoforte, seized by one John MI'Donald fi:om Francis Brown, by virtue of a wai'ant issued by the District Court in MIelbolirne, for the recoveryof LIO. Soon after? tihe seizure the liolice received a notice that the piano belonged fo one David Henry, by bill: of sale. er. Brown, on being- examined, stated that the pianoforte mentioned in the bill of sale produced was thle instriument seized by. the police, and that MIr Henry had advanced witness L35, less L3 10s. commission, the whole 'of the L35 being now due to him. MrlHeiH ry stated tthe Bench thatanotheer documentliad passeqd...

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