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Williamstown Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 June 1867

TZlli .niqtowilulli olice O0ourt There wass no business before this Court o -Saturiday. Moulay,: 17th Junse, 1867. (Before.Messrs. Cdl ,Dowman, and- Courtis.) John Kirk, sccondeofficcr on board the shipi.Halmcmaun, was 'brought up for being dtrudil and disorderly on tie previous Satur ',cday ftcrnoon. "He was?,also accused of dilestroyingSr G6vernment -iioperty. while in the?oclk-up, and committing an assault ?ith iuten to do grievouis bodily harm on board the stcameri-Kanlgroo. Albori Wcippert said he] as a passenger in the boat, a ndutha, '.vhile acinig the deck the prisonei, .-who-:was tryinug :to" pick a quarrel? witlfievery one on.board, came up -aid stiuclkhim, annd afterw-airds dr-ew aknife nd ttemptedt tocstab him: Witness never spol e tinterfered' wVith thel man in any - -The prisoner in i-eplyti5the cliage, aiited that I pifislied sbout by thie dople on eck;hccls 1,greatly annoyed ]imi - TTlsptain of- the Hahnemann "iiufered ..ti.lBeinch that the prisoner s nl excellentt -...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 15th June, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 22 June 1867

- ootsqitan Volicc Oourt. : airdayJ, 15th June, 1807. T:'(Before Messrs Call and Brown.) : An erlyd man, named John Jones, Avas charged ?on remand, with violently assault ing his.: ife on the 7th inst. .he, womnan, a dissipated-looking person, ap?eared in courb with a child at her breast, and stated that she had been.marriecd to the prisoner 'fifteen. years, thai she was the mother of four children, and that her hus band was accustomed to ill-treat her. She did not desire, hoivever, to press the charge. The prisoner said that his wife was an habitual drunk1ard, whih- alleeatiosn was supported by the police, who stated that she had been convicted seventeen times for drunkenness. Mr. Call commented in severe terms up on the conduct of both parties, for the man, it appeared was almost as bad a drunkard as his wife. The prisoner was set at liberty, on entering into his own recognisance of £10, to keep the peace for six months. William Finch, an old man well known to the police, was brou...

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THE CASE OF MR. J. G. WHITE. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

(. o te~'E ditoroftlhe 'CGRONI'LE:)'.:' Sn--T ill you kindly permt tme to ac= knowledge iri yoir ; columns ~e -enerous liberality of the many 'friehds.wkli have pub scribed ,to enable me tomretur to my native land. I have received; throuhi t Rev T. Hi. Jacksion, from .air:' 2Ingli and M1essrs. Dingle, Robinson; nHoltoiii 'Gurnsi o? , Powei? and J. Inglis,e· i s?: in of X30 os, ,'id thriough the kind. miiflnence of Catn Burirel got my.pussage reduced - . "' I feel very grateful for tris it willynot only enable me to voyage sii comifort; nd preserve to me the smill ind?nme on which I depend, in my afflictioi, ffr support, but will. cheer, and, encourage me on my vay, anid make me proud. to acknowledgei, yselfi Victorian colonist, anid should it pleasiiGod to restore me, glad to return again.? '? Again thanking niiynumerous frieids anud especially those who have so kindly interx~ted thenmselves to obtain he-thisassistcnce, - I am, Yours o iently;"

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LIQUOR LAW. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

LI0QUOR LAW. [To the Editor of the CO osiCLEJ.] Sxn,--In your last issue a letter appeared in which reference was unmmistakebly made to myself.: Your correspondent tells us he went to the Wesleyan Chapel, was much pleaiscd with the sermon, after which it was announced that lying in the vestry for sig natures was: a memorial to the Legislative Assembly concerning the new Liquor law; this appears too much for him he is so sensi tive on religious matters ; he says, "I must say the Pulpit is not the place to go into the Liquor law, but to preachl the Gospel and that alone." I suppose others have a right to think otherwise if they please. Will my friend tell me, does not the Gospel con demn all those sins and crimes of which the present Liquor law' is a fruitful source Deeds and crimes which- are a curse to the colony; he ought to know the new Liquor bill is the production of a Committee of gentlemen appointed to inquire into the working of the present Act, and not a Teeto tal bill. The ...

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THE CASE OF HANCHARD v. ROBERTS. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

:THE - CASE OF . ,ANCI:ARD v. ROBERTS. [To the Editor of the Cao L]r : .] SIR,--The uncertainty Of justice's:justice ,as long been a standing joke, and the quieer ecisions given in our Police Court occasion ally, hlje. often provoked discussions from theu eccentricity.. I for one think it is high time some steps were taken to secure a just rid :uniform :administration. of the ]in:. These remarks are called forth by a decision vyen lastTucsday, in the case of Ianchard v. Roberts, as a case in point, so glaring as to excite the surprise and;disgust of. every pyon, of discrimination, who heard it Tlhat at man should be held justified.in strik ing aniother a murderous blow witi: such a formidableo eapon as an :axe, on the sole provocation of entering a yav.that'I know for a fact he has all updoubte.lright of ac cess; to. save Bom ill-usage a fSwI that the. defendant boastejl he ;was worrying with a dog, all ;whivch fits were fully proved~ l iy three. ,witnesses ,whose. testimony was.,no...

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TOLLS. [To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

TOLLS. [To the Editor of 11~ Onno LE. . S,---Can youi favour me with the inser tion of the following letter. .Not many years ago, Footscray was in want of a direct road to IMelbourne. That, said Jones, Robinson and Brown, will- make the place; Land will go up; Houses will go up, a'd we can go up to Melbourne, while Melbourne. will return the compliment, by coming down to us. Nov, what seemed more like common sense; yet the sequel has not provcd .the.prophecy, Why I Because. like a person .who having a "stone wall across his: estate, intimates that the ¶ublhc can now have a free way by pul ing it down., and immediately thereafter put ting .up a.Touw-rail fence, for, have we not after filling u[ the swamp; (i.e.) knocking down the stone wall, it once erected a four railed fence (i.e.) four tolls, east, west, north and south, standtng like highw'aymen at every et?tri?ce and egress, to every traveller, man of business, of toil, or, pleasure-seeker, saying, "Stand and aeliver" a most exh...

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POST OFFICE, WILLIAMSTOWN NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

POST OFFICE,: WILLIAMSSTOW?N. NOTICE.' We are requested by the Postmaster to call at tentionto.the reduction in the charges on Monoy Orders drawn on Great Britain aut Ireland. -On and after this date the commnission on Money Orders payabl?bi t4h United Kingdom will be as follows- On sums not exceeding £2, Is On sums exceeding £2, but not exceeding £5, 2s Gd do do £5, butnotexceeding £7, 3s'Gd SJo do £7, butnot exceeding £10, 5s Pose Or?FIcE MIONeY OnDER STSTEM. l oney Orders can be obtained at this oflice,on aymcnt of thl folloiving rates:-: Above On sums £5 and not ex- not ex ceeding . ceecding Oi places in Victoria (see list of ?£5 £10 towns exhibited at.Post-oflice) Gd. Is. Oni places in S. Australia (do.) .ls. 2s. NowSouthWales, NewZealand -,, , Western Australia, Queensland Do. United Kingdom, (do) 2s. Gd. 5s. Late letters for the United Kingdom, Western Australia, Point do Galle,.India, China, and the East, Aden, -Mauritius,. RCiunion," Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, the Medi...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

-.? -ARRIVED. June 22.-Black Swan,' sir, from :Laiunceston, June 23.--Western, str, from-Portland; Yarrow, brig, from Newcastle. - June 24.-Alexandrai brig,. froml Newcastle; Mary Ann, sch, froii NewEastlo ; Ocean Wave, three-masted schfroni'Hokitika ; Lcelia, cutter, from Warruambool ;' Yarra, sch, from Brisbane ; Mary Francis, bqe,' from Newcastle; Gauntlet, sch, from Warrnambool; Elizabeth, sch, from WVarrnambool ; Melbourne, sch, from Warrnam bool; Lady Robilliard, scb, from Warriiambool; Georgina Smith, sch, from Warruambool. June 25.--Flyin_ Squirrel, sch, from Port Mac Donncll; BlackwaI, ship, from London ;- Ecel sior,. ship, from Liverpool; Murray, str, froni Port Albert. .June 20.-Cutty Sark, ship, from-Bourbon Bay; Gem,-sch, from Adelaide. June 27.--Aldinga, str, from Adelaide; You Yangs, sir, from Sydney; City of. Adelaide, str, from Sydney. -. " CLEARED OUT. June .22.-Helen Ann, sch, for Wynyard; Kathleen, b9e, for Newcastle ; Orita, sob, for T'ort Frederick; Sarah Ann, ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JUNE 2 . P Ann?As.s.-City of Adelaide, str, from Sydney Tasmania, str, from Launceston; -Lcvanter, ship, from Boston; Adelia Carlton, bqe, from New York; Derwent, str, from Hobart 'own. S.?IED.-Jano, brig, for Newcastle; Tararna, str, for WVellington; Wolverine, brig, for Gnam; Blackbird, str, for Sydney; Sussex, bqe, for Newr, castle; Mercury, brig, for Launceston. Wind.-W. Fresh, fine at 4 p.m. Tao BLAcrKw r.A.-The .Blackwll,, of Messrs. Green's line arrived in the Bay on the -25tb inst. During the voyage she lost her chief ,officer, Mr. Herbert; and two of her crew. The subjoined ex tract relative to the occurrence is taken freom the official log:-'"Tuesday, June 18, four p.m.- Thomas Leader, boatswain's mate, while furling the upper topsail fell from off the yard. Threw him a life-buoy, which he got; and rounded the ship to immediately; lowered the port-quarter lifeboat. At. the time a high sea was running Robert'F. Herbert, chief offic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

Notice. Subscribers'at Footecray not receiving their pa pets regularly, will have the goodness to commun ,ata with Mr. George Smith, PotteryWVorks. : Itis particularly requested that parties residing at TVyndham, Mount Cotterell, and the inter vening townships, who take an interest: in tae affairs ofEtheir respectiveloialities, will communi cate with the editor of this journal on any subject of importance transpiring intheir neighbourhood.e Allletters (authentieated by the name and address of- the writer) to be sentto' tihe Chlronicle office, Williamstown. ,

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The Chronicle. JUNE 29th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

JUYET.2tih; 1867.r IT may not,be anmiss fortis to?.reminid' our readers tiht the season'forplainiti t~ esand shrubsis no t ianid,,and'iolmpress-upons :all i-iio,1iae;naiy:iintention of :engai?g in this work=the desi'ability; of- makinugthe most of tlieiite. :In our opinionthe subl ject is: one.of iiortainii :ce, and should occupy the attention of all who feel that they have .n i2ntrest in the town: We'iVe ac glad :o obseive tlht i?mlrovemeiits n: this.irespect, are beih eff ctedii n many parts of the disi ;smailldegre' toadorn and beautify i he place By ord f the Borough Council the pubilic gardene: hiss cosmimencel to set: in trees along the pullic streets,. so thatthe appearance of a number pof tree-guards - ith nothingm nside themmayno longer.be?an eye-sore. It is of no use, however, to plant shrubs of any sort imless'they'ar?i attended to, and as it is unreasonable to eipect the Council to do. this, it has been surmised that residents should make it their business to iiourish an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

S.Borough of Williamstown. 1TOTICE is hereby given that tbe.Burgess List . "~L now oplen for inspection at this )ffice. All ~persons whose names are not now on, but who , claim to have them inserted, must give notice to i n me in writing before, or on Saturday the 6th of July, 1867, and all objections to namea.now.on the List, must.bb made before or on the same day. . By Oider, GEO. F. SMITH, Town Clerk. Council.Chambers, June 28th, 1867. Boro h of Footscray. r · ENDFIS for learing.. &c., portion of the SPaublic Gard Ieser?- will be received at these Chambers -in ' Wednesday evening, July 3rd, atSeven o"cloc Specifications, &c., u boe seen at the Railway Sand Station Hotels. By. Order, i :...:.: -HYA HIIART, Town Clerk. llBoonsga.Chambers, Poo 'ray, June, 28th, 1867. ', Shire of yndham. ; .."r for the Shire of yn ham maybe inpected ylany i ipeson interested the in atteShiree Hall, * , yndha, from athe first the ? eventh. day of Julynod IYEs, See. Sh all, n yndham, Ju...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FOOTSCRAY COMMON SCHOOL, No. 253. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FOOTSCRAY COMMON SCHOOL, . No. 253. (To the LEditor of ie CiutosiICk.) SiE,--As your paper takes a lively interest in local affairs,'please to allow me a sm'ill space, in order to set before" those specially interested, the' position of affairs with regard to the present. and future progress of the above nained school. 'o be brief, the Com smittee , find- themselves in 'a position of considerable difficulty, from the fact that pri vate subscriptions nearly amounting to ,the required sum have been raised to build ' school house, viz: 100,. for which 'when raised, the government gives as munch-seem in some measure to have exhausted the sup ply, they can go no further. If they have £99 19s lld, unless the farthing is banded to the credit of the school, the Board' will not advance the other £100, of course the 'money subscribed 'is idle, the children'kept ju n ?un-. comfortable place, where none of them casi have those .advanfaiges of .coivenience and comfort, w...

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THE WINE AND BEER STATUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

THE WINE AND - BEER STATUTE. A public neeling of the inhabitants of Williamstown took. place on Wednesday evening, in the local' Mechanics' Institite,' to-consider the' ricommendatioins submitted by th;e Royal Commission: appointed to in quiie 'ito and report upon the working of the Wine, Spirit, and Beer Statute of 1864. About !1A0 persons were present. The Miyhoroccupied'thei:chair, and stated the object for which thehmeeting had been called, observing in th course of his renarks that in Williamstotiiv tle-e,were thirty-three phblichouses to 5,200- inhabitants, which was an average of one house- to'-- 160 souln. Many of th6 publicans' here were no" doubt competent to cai-y on? theirnusiness in a proper manner; 'but whein he looked round and saw the number of small paltry houses that were kept open for the salde of liquor, he was of opinion that there was cer tainly room for improvement. - The Rev. Geo. Wilkinson- rose to. move the first resolution: He remarked that he fellt grievo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

UDEAN & Cio0; Tailors and. Woollen Diapers, No. 5 NELSON PLACE" WILLIAMlSTOWN,: `"' ' SISI to state that theyhave an assortmenttiff Y Strong Tweeds, suitable for Boys' and nlen's working Clothing, which can be obtained at the following prices : Strong Tweed, from £0 ' . G Strong Double Width Dungaree, from 0 1 2 Fine Black Broad Cloth, for Ladies' -lantles, from 0 6 Tailors Trimming cheap Strong Tweed Trousers well made, from,.0 15..0 Good Black Cloth Sac Suits . " " Do Tweed do 176 Do Scotch do ?. 3 5:. 0 Boys' Suits, 1 "' 10; 0 All goods well shrunk, and cut in a superior style. Naval. and Military Uniforms, made on the shortestnotice. r To the Inhabitants of Williamstown and the Public generally.." J. B ,"EIE1 N =Y: B EGS to announce that he has nowonSale at the l) illiamstown Brewery, Prime. Sparkling Bottled AiE and SToir, in pints or quarts. In callingthe attenition of the public to the abiov announcement, .T. BREnE?Y begs to state that the Ale and Stoutare breoied fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

FRANK -TATTERSALL;=-AGENCY, , NELSON. ,PLACEK: . OMMISSION Agent and Accountanit. STransfers of I'roperty under'the ' Real Pro Lferty ,Act' effected. . Bills of Sale made out and registered. Memorials and Petitions prepared. . Correspondence conducted. Books Posted up, . , Charges Moderate. To Bakers, Storekeepers and Others. 9 11E undersigned, having been appointed Agent L for the Paigton Steam Flour Mills, Port arlinoten, will always have a stock of Flour, Bran, and 'dIollarl on hand for Sale to the trade. All orders will lie delivered. THOS: MIASON. A WARNING ! Do you Suffer from Physical In capacity? A IE you suffering from nervous debility? H ave you been the guilty victim of any secret vice ? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin, more or less, to the following :-A pretty fair con dition of health, not yet positively ill, but a feeling open you. that you are not quite right, a malaise; a tendency to despondency ; a slight occasional loss of memory; sometimes a weakn...

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Williamstown Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

|'fii '^ li111sto1iui jopie Qonrt :I.'/ There was no business before tho Cout on Saturdayo r AIoida y. STu esary, 25th Jne lts1867;'-h.' ' (Before BMessrs. Call arid Dornmii.): ,' S. Robertsa summoind'i;?.F ? ianshair for aisiititit Winn on' Stindayj Isiti ,us , -Ms Murp hy appeared for; the complain' ant and Mi: Pentland for the defenidant. ; SMr. M·Iuljty sal"id thliath6 fipo partieslived next door?keaclh:other .iqiN'elsiionlace; ithat up, tg6withiiboutiafortniight'agodthe wadm one yaetWdeentlini'biit* a'"thiE cboald not aree, at Mr. Roberti'Wulest the liindloird hd dividedti'thiyaid, and put up a fence ? ianchnard kept fowls,;bwichi werte continued, annoyance to Roberts;&sl the4 were very- often on his premises. ,,On Sun. day last,:the rfowls were 'it his yard, and he went to drive them out, Hanchard came in and after calinig Roberts very- improper names struck him, without the least provo cation. :The ]earned gentlemanh then called Samuel Roberts, who slid--I am a.book s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

HEALTH-FOR THE INVAL HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellous effcct of this fine medicine upon the system is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re stored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of ressored "health: fresh air and a little exercise. are necessary to brinig about a permanent state of things. . Hlloway's Pillsimparts tone and enedrg 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. Hiead, Heart, -ungs and Stomach. Look ,to the re nlarity of the functions of these foundations of vitality. Holloway's Pills restore to order the slightest departure front the proper action, and, therefore may be considered as the reo lators of the mainspring of human life. Apo plexy can always be prevented if the proper act...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

S'-E?EiTaRTAIN?NT.-It will benticed from '.an advertisement in another columnuithat the'" Williamstown Amateur Dramatic So ciety, intend giving their fourth performance on Thursdy next, the 4th of July. They agi i e "oassisted.by Miss Griffitlhs, who Ne need not mention has already gained the - good graces of the Williamstown public, Miss FoIde (who is well-known siia pleasing .ah tress,)) fom the Theatre Royal,' ill also -,;appear. We need nottrenemnd the public thattheilast time this Society _ppeared, *wa for tihe benefit of Mr Jas. Thomson, Twhe~i • Time Tries All"'wi?s produced. We hope hattlhe same success which they then riet .:ith may: aten'd their exertions on tl i oc casion. YVOLUTEER ArPPOINErrr rs.-Wopbserve :by a publicih on in the Govei7mnti Galt" ;that Capt.:D.. Eldoer,of the Willikmstown "laval Bgrgade,hsas beenhaplointedto the rank ofMajor, and Lieut. J. E Russell, ofthe Wil liamstdwn Artillery to that of Capuain, i. -the Voluinteer force. : PE.?~ REAIDLNsO--The Comm...

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RIFLE MATCHES AT WILLIAMS TOWN. THE TWO MUNICIPAL CUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 29 June 1867

RIFLE T? TCHES :,AT WILLIAMSI TO' " ';TWN', S-'TlE Two :IfUNIC1.c Cs :U i : ,he fiftllh natch was oniimenced on Sat- . da 'ethie 1~5th i.t, but owifig to thllnumber. i of competitors, who vwoere unable to et _. tlhrolh weith?heir firing in one day, the pro- ceedin" were postponel for a week. The distances,?as on previous occasions; ,w ere : 300, 400 and 6O0 yards; seven rounds at. eiacTsi rnge. The weapon used was thle lrbe FoiW'versnfment rifle (the Hay rifle e' ihilded); -ythecposition,at300 yds.anyposi tiofi on a flat sioicl at ,the long` ranges. The weather was favoui-ble, and teshe ooturig' uponthec whole was .tolerily goof The. following are the scores:- : . ds: -Yds. Yds=. .otal .. Lieutenant Stark, WV.N. ,- 17 19 15 I SL ;' : (tnnnr Hernan, .N.B. I6' .17 .1 4. " Lieutenaih Rees, of. the Artillc, 1'ailso made forty-diinelpoits, but lost in shooting, for the tie, .'" Thirty-live members of the N'aal Brigide entered for.the cups,audl.39 nicmlbers of thi Artillery. ýr ý_' SMoney...

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