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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

.-HELA-?TH FRO TIE INIV AL - HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength - -Loss of Health The marvelloui effect of this fine'medicine upon the systenm is such as to immediately. rally all the vital.f~unctions, the appetite is soon ro stored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored health: frerir and a little exerciso:aro necessary to bring about a permanent state.of things. Holloway's Pills imparts tone and e ,nergytthe most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extraordinary virtues they have obhtined the liargest sale of any medicine in the world. Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. Look to the regularity of the functions of these fomundations of vitality. Holloway's Pills restore to order the slightest departure front the proper action, and, therefore maybe considered as the Segulators of the mainspring of human life. Apo plexsy can always be prevented if the prop...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

, I5tCll Ifnltas . tractsl . . SI sayt:s Mtser. Johnson,' did you' ?eair 'bout the catelepsy dat befel'PhilisdbT' . "Of course I didtn't --what iws it' " C You see deo doctor; ordered 'a blister. on her chist ; well, as slhe hadn't, no chist= no how she put un on do bandboX, and it drivwed hc r new pink boimnet out. ob shape; and spiled un entirely.". "'A man, boasting of the smartness of his children,said the youngest was so smart thatit would take its hands off a hot stove without being told: " 'See there !' exclaimed a returned Irish soldier to a gaping. crowd, as he- exhibited with some pride his tall hat with a bullet hole in it. ' Look at that hole, twill you ? You see that, if it had been a low-crowned hat, I should have been killed.outright.' An American backwoodsman, finding him-n self one night in a theatre of ai.borde town, where the music was somewhat interrupted by the crying of a baby, shouted out, ' Stop them.fiddles, and let the child cry ; I haven't heard such music...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP IBEADS, JULY 5. Airiv.As.-Jeannio Oswmld, bqe, from Batavia ; Albert Edward, ship, from London. SaILED.--Western, st, for Portland; Penola, sir, for 'Adelaide. Wind.-W. moderate, at 4 p.m. I--DEP'EiDcCE DAY.-The fourth of .TJuly--the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence- -was loyally observed by the American shipping in port on Thursday, their bunting having been plenti fully displayed on the occasion. The other vessels in port also paid a compliment to the American flag by hoisting their colours. The cutter Paddy from Cork, owned by a Sandridge stevedore with well known American proclivities,wasldressed from stem to stern with quite a profusion of flags. -

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 3rd July, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

FOOTSCRAY BOUOUGII COUNCIL. Wednesday, 3rd July/, 1867. Present: The Mayor (IMr Brown), and Crs. Mitchell, Hopldns, Dallaway, Humphrey, Johnson, and Bell. The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, the following letters were read:-1. From the town clerk, Iothanm, drawing attention to the 165th clause of the new Municipal bill, and requesting the co operation of the Council in trying to get the same amended. [The clerk was instructed to acknowledge the receipt of the letter.] 2. From Mr J. W. Thomson, complaining of the enormous amount which his property was assessed at, viz., Lll 5s, iud requesting the Council to reduce the same. [It was agreed that the clerk should write MIr Thomson, informing limi that, as the time for appeal was now passed, the Council could do nothing.] 3. From MIr George Kidner, drawing the attention of the Council to the state of the drain fronting his premises in Hyde-street. [Referred to the Public Works Committee.] The M ayor brbioult up the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

-Notice. Suscribcrrs at Footscray not receiving their pa p-rs regularly, will have the goodliess to communi cate?with Mr. George Smith. Potterv WVorks. It is partictlarly requested that parties residiigy at Wyndham, M'ount Cotterell, and the intcr vcniing townships, who take an interest in the affairs of their respective localities, will communi cate with the editor of this journal on any sul,'ect of importance transpiring in their neighbourhood. All letters (authenticated by the name and address of the writer) to be sent to the Chroniclde office, Williamstown.

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, July 2nd, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

WILLITA STO WN BO ItOUGII COUNCIL. 2Uesda/!l, July 2nd, 1867. Present :-The M.ayor (Mr Dowman), and Crs. Courtis. Haslam, Mason, Dalgarno, Franklin and Power. The minutes of thelprevious meeting having been confirmed, the following letters wcre read :-1. From. Cipt: Elder, . requesting that a pitched crossing might be made from Pasco-street to the drill-room, and offering to pay one-half of the cost, provided the work was performed as shown on the plan sub mitted. 2. From M3r Christison, asking for the construction of a path along the M3el bourne-road. [Referred to the Public Works Committee.] 3. From Mrs A. Simpson, soliciting an order for transparencies on the projected visit of H.R.H. the Duke of Edin burgh. 4l Froin Mr Geo. Evans, town clerk of Hotham, calling attention to the 165th section of the new Municipal bill, and re questing the aid of this Council in getting it altered. 5.. From .0. Fodgkinson, .Esq., calling attentioi to a proclamation in the Government Gazette, referr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

: .WE AEl IN LIFE. Nei. andnmoot iliuable edidnaaes for hit Ier to sintractable and'incurabale diseases. TTNLIKE the Patent Medicines generally im LU, ported .from the United Kingdom, the fol owing-fromn France have been severely tested and scrutinised by the most eminent Government and private analytical and operative Chemists and prac timing physicians of Paris, &c. insomuch that tlhe entire Parisian Medical Faculty, attached-to the tGovernment .and other Hospitals, &c., in the French' dominions can after vigorous trials, with the fullest confidence, recommend them. to the. "fa?urable anotice of all languishing, not only under ordinary diseases';.bhut those who may be ' hoping against hope.. - No: More Cod Liver OIL. Syrups ofIodized. Horseradish. Pr pared by GRIMAULT & Co., Chemists, 7 Rue do la Fenillade, 'PTii. According to the cer. .tifieat~ of?thephysicians of the Paris Hospitals de Ci?tlhdi'i the Prospectus, and with the approbation t of several Acade...

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WHAT A SEAMAN CAN'T DO. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

WHATir A SEAMAS ci 0o.- Pntasplice in.a;cord of wooa.- '' ' , A:RMEINDEER TEAL -?Wc travelled in. sled-es drawng by reindeer: It isoit'iai n- u pleisant noidc 6ftransit:providedr.i ?ha' a good deer, hd: hbws\ ow to drive it''Of-. course, a- tyro must exipc tobe turncdver about, every hunidred yardsffbut aii ex perienced whip byl han idvoice, and-eye can .mike -ia welldispo"3ed'Tindeer do whate .e likes. But soi'ietimes thy' take itint iheir heads to be disagýreeable' ini ed I-'eme?ber nce-ilnghiin' 'as if I shiuld kill myself it a' friena of mine who l~d '?vicious deer. - All at oince; the animaltnrned' righ'nht'lnid, ? nd - pooked. dt~lie drivr, as much iis to?say, "Yot 'ay-that-rope across my back again, anfid-ll?' jlt yYou know where you are",l The. driiver however,;.did .soon after give hlun ianbther.. touch, wvhen round whips the deca~rad charces -c his driver and sends jim ifiin,"ing ito thel snow. 'Laughin, and'th deep snow, rendcrc it almost-impossible for me to get to his. ...

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LOOKING UNDER THE BED. A TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

SLOOKING. UNDER THE ' )BED. S A TALE. '(From the Ladies Own Jour'ial.) . IT is the habit of many persons to look under thie- bed before retiring -for the night-. ? i'? Evergreen, my beloved wife; indulges, if in' idulgence it can ble called, in this peculi.r' practice. I do not object to it the least,'so long as she does not enforce the performance upon myself, but when, as is sometimes the ctie,slie forgets it isntil' he has put out ithi light and ensconced herself under the bed clothes=----- ." ? However, i might have kept my heart whole to this day if it had not been for the circumstances I am about to relate. Fred Evans, who had been my chum at school, came to make a visit at Oakville for 'a day or two,' as he said when.he came; but he made it a week or two easily enough after I'd taken him about a little among the ? yoiing ladies.' When that' time had expired Fred' said that he really must-go,~ as he?'didn't know` what his father and mother would think of his long absence; but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 6 July 1867

F Borough of : Wili stown. N OTICE is here given-that Burges List 1 .is nowopen fo pection fB ffice. AlU persons whose nam are nonn on, but whod claini to have them in rted, t give notice to mo:in' writing before, o on Saturday, the 6th of July, 1867, and all objec ns to names now on the List, must be made befo or on the same day. By Order, GEO. F. S ITH, Town Clerk. Council Chambers, June th, 1867. o;$rough of Williamstorwn: ?:' OTICE is hereby given hat a Revision Court, for the purpose of Revising the Burgess Roll of this Borough, will be held~st the Counciklham bersi Thompson-street, on jlonday, "uly; 15th, 1867, at Twelve o'clock at neon. RICHD. DO1WMiAN, Mayor' Council Chanbers, July 5, 1867. Road Dist ect of Braybrook. NI . accordance with ecton.50, of the Local o S'.i Lvernment Act, hereby'give otice thatthe New Vpters' Lists for e ensnug y r will be open for Inspection by the t y the lt to the 7th July. All p ons omt ' refrom and claising to be insert and all Uo' d;tidns:to...

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INTERCOLONIAL MONEY ORDERS OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

r,4INTh1ICOLO'7JAL'MOP{EY -OIID RS "tj OFFECES t4 Sot TIE AUSTEALT 1. Adoltodo. ~dng o stan, 'Attbrn,. Cat1ington,' Clare, Gatnlerto Gawler, GIcnelg, Goolwa, Goomet sob IHamil o , HindmarsbflKadiua;: Xtnyaka, Kalanda, . Boor-.,., ingo,.Lyncdodk Mi;;eclosfiold, b.elrorse, Mlt.Barkor t. Plasant, S~airanuc; riaootte, Norwo=od,: Penols-t'o 'rt Adelanle, I 'orttAugusta;. Port Elliott, Port tf nc 1p, Iiciierton,; L obiie; balosbbry 'otrathw Ly~Tunundca;atoli\WiIu a, Woodside,. WESTmEIfI '=.AoT ALIA.' -Albany, uAtstraltud. -Beverly, lttib'nry,. Canning, Champiioni fay, .Frce meastle, Gingin, G'otxnoogh. "Guuilaford, 'rwin Rivier,_ieii castio, Northiat; Perth, i'ing rrol~e· sil,:s Seine tne,&Vasse, Victora PlahinsiVanord

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

Tuly G.--Rangtuototst., fo:n hl kitika ; Alex indra, str, fri?om Sydnvn ; lbIert I~ward, shil, from the Dowis; MAello:t ne -sh, ftotn \Varrnam n 1hooI; .Lmia, cutter, froim tV itrrunrtbol ; Litey anlt Adelaide, sel, from Ne castle; MIurray, str, Sfr.,m Port; Altert. July 7.--Western, str, from Belfast. July S.-lTasmania, str, from Latncestorn Youa Y nu., str, from Sydntey; Samstin, str, frnmi lIaunce~ton ; Gem, scll, from Port Fairy; Charles .E lward, ste, from `ale. f'dy 10.-City of .\tclai.le str, from Sydney-; Ren Nevi., lqe, from Maurit:us. .July t1.--Bombay. 1.31M. str, frim Galle; ]llackhlirn st;, from Newcastle. .Taly II.--llack Stvan, str, frmt Launce<toti; Pat the Rover, slh. from Circ:lar HJead ; Western I:tmpire, shi.p, from Lirerpool. CL?EARED OUT. July (i.- \lchlytist, ship, far Ad laide ; .let, sh, fort Port MacDounetll; Black Stran, str, fior L itce-tom Otago, str, for BI;uff. July 7.-Nil. duly S.-N:1. July -. -Alecxanl I., str. for Sylttecy; Co.oitang. str...

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POST OFFICE, WILLIAMSTOWN. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

POST OFFICE, WILL IAMISTOWIN. ....- ..- ......NOTICE. . .. We arc iequcted by the Po stmnster to call at tention to the reduction in the charges on Money Orders drawn on Great Britain and Ireland. On and after this date the cor mission on Money Orders payable in theo United Kingdom will lI follows-- " I On sums not'exceeding .£2. Is On sums exceeding £2, but not excecding£5, 2s Gd do do . £5, but not exceeding£7, 3s Gd Jo do £7, but not exceeding £10, 5s POST OFFICE 'loNEY'ORDER SYSTEr. Money Orders can be' obtained at this office, on ayment of the following rates: A bove On sums £5 and not ex- not ex ceeding cecding On (laces'in Victoria (see list of .5 £10 towns exhibited at Post-olfice) Gd. Is. On places in S. Australia (do.) Is. 2s. New South Wales, NEw Zealand ,, ,, Western Australia, Queensland ,, Do. United Kingdom, (do) 2s. 6d. 5s. Late letters for the United Kingdom, Western Australia, Point de Galle, India, China. and the East, Aden, Mauritius, liunion, Natal, Cape of Good...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

12Y ELECTRIC TELECJ.U I'll. PORT PI[ILLIP IIEXD3,JULY 1U. Axoin~vs --aldini, str, fromI . ydney ; Plaros str frm tSab Isand;' ll~ray itr, from Portl lbrtri ' Kith, k;etch, fDiis Ii;ef. L .IIa:; iti0i1o s-1,r, -l, from r .cw Z^-lall:ItrIon ? I fo Sydl:ey ; Den ventnt str,frmIuar "xi; tl Ilarc, sch, from V'ictr IleaLbo; nl ; tllou cI, hqe from Nawctr~tl .' ; Damns, bqcl' firai Alauritius; Catliririic Jaine. Iiq, frrii Neac catlc. lAILED. - Inila, citter, for \Varru .mta1.l - Mary Aimil, sch, fir Ilikitika. 1 iud -Wi. mn.erate, clui:ly, at 4 p. m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

The Australian Alliance As ;surance i Company. E RSTAIBLISIED for .Fire; aid Marine Insurannce.o u " ranees of Lives, and Fidelity Guarasntee. - i . Capital, °£250,000, ith power to incrraase. TheHon.obert terte g Aniderson.l: : John Halley, Eoq., .P.., MLL. S The IIon. Janea Stewart Johnston. *, t Michael O'Grady, Esq., J.P'., LL.A. " - The Hon. Captain ?t'Mahon •The Hen. David Elliott Wilkie, M.D., M.LC.: . darine Surveyor: Captain ?IeCallum. Mredical Officers, J. B. Mothcrwell, MLD. -V: :illbeir, Surgebn " -Insurasces effected at te 'lowest current rates, and every business facility aflforded to the sssur:l. - 'Pnspectusesand full informnatlo.'smay be hlad at the com any's principal oicesA3 Elizabeth and 2 Collins-street west, Ielbourne .a. S -ICIL?AEI O'GRADY, Managing Director. ,Smiunn£2 AcEurss. "For receiving proposals and giving every information: SEmerald HII1, W. Thlstletlhlate: l'rnsraa, Fi latcheldor South Yarrs, John Romani: St. Eilda,.Henry Telet Richmond, Richard Fitz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

Subscribers at Footecray not receiving their pa I ] is rcgnIrlll y, will have the goodnrsi In n c llllli c?te with Mr. Geir'n <mit!:. Pottry Works. It is pjartianlarlf re lioetel tlit pItrtie. re:ihlig at Wyndhllm, ?Moun:t UGtterell, nit the inter veiing townships, who take an interest in t o aauirs of their re=pective localities, will conunun - .cate?with the editml of this journal on any sAh ect of impnlrtanee transpiring in their neighb,ourhood. All letters (autlheticatnd by thie nae and address of the writer) to be sent to tihe C?hroul de olffice, Wilbiamntown. TO SUBSORIBES. Our patrons are rep;ectf1l13 .'informil' that a new Quarter has commencedl, u-tng at we shall feel obliged by an early~ settlementiof accounts.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. GENEROSITY.-A gracious act of generosity is recorded. of the Dowager Countess of Listowell in the Cork papers. Her ladyship having learned that in consequence of the ex treme severity of the. weather many of her labourers at Ballyhooly had been obliged to run into debt to the shopkeepers of the vil lage, went out a few days ago, visited all the shops, and by personal inquiry ascertained the amount owing by each of the workpeople, every shilling of which she at once discharged. The gross sum exceeded £150. PICKPOCKETS AT TuE PARIS ExIIIITION-. -Amongst the uhbittues of the Exhibition we must not reckon the manufacturers merely, the commercial men, and tourists, flocking from all parts of the world ; criminals mingle in great numbers in the crowd of respectables. Not a day passes without sonic member of the International Congress of the Pickpockets falling into the clutches of the police. lere is one story out of many circulating ou the subject. About a lnonth ago, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

Education. ffice- Melbourne, 8th July, 1837. ""HE following entlemen have. been appointed by the Board f Education Members of the Local Coimittees a he undermentioned Commnion Schools without prej ice to the power of the Board to withdraw aid m the school at any time subject to.the provisions the Act : F ' otIcra School. No. 253. . : Joust DRows, or, THOMAS BIRCH, GEORGE SMITH, S" : rp ~, · JAMES SILAS DA.A VAY. By Order of theBoard. W. H. BANDFIELD, for he Secretary. . ,,Borough of Willi sto ITENDERS ar invited for supplying Tree . gsards. Wood or TA. : Specifications may be seen at this office. " Thelowest or auy tendernotnecessarlyaceepted. By Order, o GEO., F. SMITH, Town Clerk. . il Chambers, July 2li, 18(7. -:-; ^ai Bo og of illiams SOTICE i by give th o'an Court 1' 1 for.the pu of ing the ?gess Roll of Ihis Borough, w elhat th cil'C1ham. : es, Thompeos on Mon y :.-s15th, 8 aTwr ~o'clock' a noon. -]?- :i`s.- r tTCHD. OWMAN, Mayor. . Chanbers, July 5, 1 Williamst wn Gas Company...

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THE DEATH OF SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

TlE DEAT'IH OF S:LAVERY. Oh, thou great Wrong, that, through the slowpaced years, Didst hold thy millions fettered, and didst wield The scourge that drove the labourer to the field, And look with stony eye on human tears, Thy cruel reign is o'cr; Thy bondmen crouch no inore In terrJr at the menace of thine eye; For He who marks the hounds of guilty power, Long.suffering, hath heard the captives cry, And touched his vhack'cs, it thle appointed hour, And lo ! they fall. and be. whose lihulhothey galled Stands in his native nolm?hood, disenthralled, A shout of joy from the redeemeil is seln ; Trn thou and hanlets swell the hymn of thanks: Our rivers roll exulting, :.nd their banks Send up hosannas to the firnament, Fields, where the bondman's toil No more shall trench the soil. Seem now to bask in a serencr day; The meadow-birds sing sweeter, and the airs Of hceaven with more caressing softness play, Welcoming men to liberty like theirs A gl ry clothes the land from sea to sea, For the...

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OUR COUNCILLORS AND THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

OUR COUNCILLORS AND TILE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. Thc liquor L., ' hont which wCe've heard So much within the List few dayn. The bile of some has grecatly.stirLe, W1hilo others are constrained to paise. In Council hall tlhe other night Tile h ue aureas attecked by Uough, WVho'd wtls thle leelciites to smite Until they criled out '" llohl, enoughgl " Our m[a-son. the greatest thinker of all the band, g?ce notice due That hc'dl ask eachl water-drinker , boult alittle dodge or two. The nine wil nmeet on Monday night, Eccl realy to danmnation scttter On all who scent to think it right To differ from Iln on this matter. Now, Donman, dear. I beg or you Show nll the dignity you're iable, And do not let your rowdly crew Indulge in free tights o'er the table. unt if they have a wish to spnr And use such worls as "yot're a liar," Adjouri unto the nearestbar And let them havIe whalt they desire. Wlliamstown, July 11th, 1807. FcuTccrcl.s

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