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THE LIQUOR LAW. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

THEI LIQUOR LAW. (To the Editor of the CritoxILE.) S1R,--I should scarcely think the letter of Mr. Goble in your last needed any an swer, or was worth answering except in one or two particulars. If he has any sense he ought to know the distinction between per sons and the Liquor Bill, but lie appears to take every thing said aga:inst the system it self. 1 have never said one word against Publicans personally; therere are many for whom I have a great respect, who would not allow a drunkard in their house-but all are not so. So many dodges are resorted to for cntralping the young; 'Back Parlour, now boys, what are you going to have 1' is, I am told the comnmon cry; but whoever said one word against the MIr. G, or the George IIotel?--he who so strictly adheres to the law. Whoever knew Mr. G. to sell any thing on the Sabbath-day 1 Mr. G., I believe was the only publican who advertised no to do so. How condescending! " He will be happy to have Mr. Higinbotham's opin ion about the law." I...

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THE SEASIDE WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

TIE SEASIDE WAcDEREI. At eening's close I love to roam - Upon the rogh and bleak sea shore ; To watche the billows break and foam, And listen to thie ind's wild roar. There's music in these elements, A grand melodious tune they sing, Their voice is futll of eloquence Which to my soul repose doth bring. Upon the sea-beat rock I've stood When the storm hals been raging high,' Ibsve watohed the sportlngsof tlhe floodl And listened to the sea bird's cry. I've thought of scepltieism then, And all the doetrines Tom t'aino tatsght, And wondered lhow tiat mortal men Could dare to say. that CGod is not. Could Chance have calsed that howling storm, Or coult it make those grains of sandr Tlmt beautleous Iy colid it e'or fors. Or all those rolling waves commianld Tile boesting infidel who's lied All throeugh is life upon this tiling, Wihen he is placed there by. my side Will own tile great Creation's King. Then let me quietly walk along Itsido thle wild and wintry sea, With ocean's sad and sole...

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POETRY. A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

POETRY. A FIRAGMIE\T. Qu.lquo nmendnces meritrices, Ad nnas nulbras infilies, Missc. judice jubente, Et ad portam sunt invent.?. Unde euntes Pluto inquit, Ab Willianmstonn responsum sit, Ite cocnt Averin pater, \e regnnm nostrum noceatur The other day the Devil got Of slanderers a female lot, Sent to their doom, tie judge commanding Who at the cntnrmee gate were standing ' Whence ae ye come:' tile Old Boy aidt ' FLrom Wiliiamstown,' resonsc is maode, ' le off!' tihe infernal Father cries, 'Lest all hell suffer by your lies.' E. G. F. Williamstown, July 10th, ISO!.

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Footscran Police Court. Saturday, 6th July, 1867. (Before Mr. Call, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

s00faa1il an 01Oh0 0 01h, utudclay, 0tkJuly, 18G7 (Before 'Mr. d O-ll P. f) M Ir J. Irving, rate collector "Uposecuted Michalel, Foley for 17s Gd, and T"ii Wild, for £1 12s Gd, for local rates. iBIotheses wle. adjourned for a week - Alfred Smar t w~ias. also s for rates, iiuouinting to 18s 9d ;tHe ei t was ordeied to lipa the aumontuit ,.s Gclo,'ts. Mr Irving also pro ecuti'd sulais ..ained Mchicael Lynch for 1'7s Gd60 " l°." The. Bench made an orderu 7s Gd costs.

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

iiol'tiilor!toil n. o?iCI' u6ourt. There :ais no business before this Court oni Saturl ay. .JlmIlnea!, Stl Jduly, 1867. (Btfre Mf , ssr?i. Cali, Do;wman. and Courtis.) Frmncis Joltn Giles, a seama; on.board the! uroI-aininv ias brouoht up for beingdriulk on Sturday las It. The prisoncer wts dis clhurgcd with a ciution his vessel being ready for sea:. .: .: Edwird hI rg w, seaman, w'-as charged with litnecy c=used- biy intenperlnce He 'was remanded till the lbth ilst., foe medical ticiat Inent. . Iue.lua. , 9th July, 1867. (Re ý're Me"es .-' C :id, mud IDeimavnni) Sitt .i;k Lynch nl summinoned lir. O'Brien fot r'lnt As there `wass no ,appearance of the .defenda it, in order, was miade foir the amou;nt claiined, 294s and as cost; not to?be enforced:?provided that she left the premiuses ,by next Monda3y. - II' elieesd~la, 10th Judy, ] 867. (Btfor ; Messrs. Misson irid Dowminn.) Edwad il'Be;ry d and Abel Coalfilet, sea men oi bairVd thee British ship E cilsmor, vwele br6ouht up for' eui...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

Birth. On the 11th inst at 59 Nelson-parade Williams—   town, the wife of EDWARD LEE BAILEY, of a son.

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

DEAN= & Od= . Ta:ailors; anan Woollen 'D) pers, f "i Nod '5 NELSON PLAOGE.?r; WILLIAMISTOWN .:__ , ISII tojstate that; they:have an assortment of ." Y . .Sttoni " Tweeds?,suitable" "for,.1l3oys'}and IrIen's ,sorlng Clothing, which can b? obtainledt --. the'followng grces : , j..' Stron T f £ bb 42;_ Strongp Dbly Width Dung-aree,tfrom' 0 1 " isne Blladk Ibrash Cloth;'for Ladies" % .1 3 i:. ?ntles, from t:l:..:t cl-qi ? f "0 0nfs.o6 Tailors Trimming cheap': [ .: , s Strong 'l'wived Trousers-ell made,. from: 0l,1i: 0 Good Black ClothSac Suits ? ., 4, o0 0 Do Tiveed- " :' do:., .' c-2 '17 6 -Do Scotch . -.do.: . :.3.5 0 Boys' Suits;, 4 1i?1 0 " All goods well shrunk ndat in na sp rio'style. Naval 'tnd'Military' Uaiforsne made : on. the shortest notice. To thie Inhabitants :of. Wili~amstown and the Public generally:: B EGS toannounce thatie has nowon Saleat the S ,?;Williamstown': Browery, ,Prime . Sparkling Bottled ALE and STOUT, in pints or quarts.. In calling-the attention of ...

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

HEALTH FOR THE INVAL flOLL() WAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvcllous effect of this fine medicine upon the system is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re storcd. a fill flow of spirits quickly follo@w, the bodly becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored health: fresh air and a little exercise are necess try to bring about a permanent state of things. llolloways 'illsimpaits tone and - cergy to. the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extraordinary virtues they'hare obtained the largest sale of'any medicine in the world. * Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. L: ?k to the regularity of the functions of these fotindatioiisuf vitality. -Holloway's Pills restore to order r'tt1 slightest departure froim the proper action, and, -therefore may be considered as the Srcgulators of the mainspring of humaziklife. Apo plexy can alwaysbhe prevented if the...

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LIST OF MONEY ORDER OFFICES OPEN IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

L Fsr o MONET ORDStROm i S OPEN IL ViCTOrOR Ararat 3 rysto?in ' bglan . Avoca Geelong Richmond Ba-hcchus Mar1sh0isorne . Rutherglen Beliarat-'e , Hamiltosn-o. T. Sale'. Bcechsdorth - IHawtollrne Sandhhirst Belfast, y -re Heatlicote Sandridge Belvoir .: -exhaim ?" Farsdale Benalla ' orshasni SelmappePoint Bri?ghto6t ?? TIotham , Smeaton Brunswick' Jamieson?s "Smythesdald Buckland:t. ii more .-.,,uSbnth Yarra Bnininyong 'Keilor . . . -St. Kilda . Larisbrdok. .KynetonC? ,'. Stawell Casterton .' Irearnooitli "i?th Streatham Castlemain;e Lintons .; ' ;Swan hill: Chesjton --·- Longwood Talbot - Chilutern . BIaldn ; .:' Tara?lalo' Climes" . " ?alnmsbnry Tari.agulla Creatwick iMaryborough Waygungah a)ndenoh 'Me-?bourne: Wangaratta aylesford -Moonee Ponds Warrnambool )unnlly , : ~ New. Inlewood ?Villiamnstown EchbcA .'` Poi-ltbim-'-. wdil- .d" -meraldtillil- Tort Albert 'Yackaidandah .. Fitzroyi' lr PFrairan. - - R caR. InPPnE, Postmaster. LE, ?ER,R ATES OF POSTAGE. otexceeding oz. : ?.... 0...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

.... - Aiccliluicous -" oncf WENDELL PIILLmrs says he was wedded to truth and philanthroipy :when a boy. The Boston-i'ost thinks Wendell must have become a widower when quite young. PRENTICE, of 'the LuisAlle Jdurnal, ten ders this advice to the 'public ---Never buy goods of, those :that don't aidvertise. -They sell so little they have' to sell dear.' • Ar Irishman passing" throhgh a field of cattle the other day, said to a friend, ' When ever you see a herd of coiws all lying down, and one of them only -tanding up, that one is sure to be a bull.',- :.. A OGETLEMANiwho lihadbuilta silialllhouse in a sequestered, part of.his grounds for pri vate study, showed'it to 'a friend, remarking, 'Here I sitreadingrfrom ,iorning till night, and nobody a bit:the wiser.' SDo you suppose that you can do the land lord in the 'Lady of Lyons? ' asked a theatri cal manager; of 'a e?edy actor iii quest of an engagementi .' IfcI can't 'do'- him,' was the reply, ' hed -ill be the first li-?idliird I eve...

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BREACH OF PROMISE BY A MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

BREACH OF PROMISE BY A_. : MINISTER. 'In: the Bail Court, London, on Wednes day, the 1st inst., thd case of Joyson v. Pinch was tried. It was an nitioiinrught by the plaintiff to recover d amnes for a breach of promise, of marriage. .The defendant plead ed that he did not piomise, and that the plantiff had agreed to put an end to tlhe pro :mise. It appeared that the plantiff was a dressmaker at Newcastle, and was a mem ber of the-W'esleyan Society. The defend ant was 'a minister of the Methodist Free Church, The parties had become acquainted in the year 1863, the .defendant then began to pay her-marked attention.T A short.time after this, the defendant removed to Axfordl and he then, on the :13th:of July, 1863, wrote to the plantiff:-- " " My Deearest Polly,-I have only time for a- few 'vords. TIhope you are better. I often think ofyou. - Keep up your spirits. Look above to.Ohrist. Kind regards to our friend", and best'.love to yourself. (The counsel. said there were dashes, which h...

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The Chronicle. JULY 12th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

JULY. 1'Li, 18s7. TUE news-which lras jist been received from E?iglkiid shows that the excitement on the' subject: of parliamentacry reform :had not aiatied Ui p _to tlie date of the hitest advices, althoughlthcere was every probi:bility, it was stated, of ili amicalce settlemient of the ques-. tio:n being speedily arrived at. The advocates of leflorni appear to have worked well toge thi. lTheir lea' l - for th cmost ,:aru?i, 'ade cldini nud ligicdl statemieults of their de ,lrills ii?? nd sllowed every desire to dnter into argument on thle: nirits of tlheir claims: They orgullised gatherings, it is true, but such meetings were of -the niost ordrly kind, and bore not tle slightest resemblance to those dcisgraceful mob demonstritticns which took pl'ace in Ielbournie during the agitatioli concerningthe tharif. That evcrly thing .hould have bcen conducted in such a peaa ible manner is certainly surprising, iand at tile sanme. time highly creditable: to tile English people, when it is c...

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

WE AilE IN LIFE. . ve:o andl mnwt. 'rsuable. .ledicis for hJther to itractabic and i:,ctirule diseaees. UT NLIKE the Pat?Gt t M.edi.i.ie. sl giirally i. ported from the ULinte.i Uiingdom, the fil Sowing from France Ih?.- libent sevremly tested a:l scrutin;sed iiy the most cesinia.t ,ive'rnment al i *private analytical awl Ioeirative Chemists .and prac li*ing physicians of Par:s. &-c., insucitrli that, the i entire Parisian Medical 'aculty. attuchedt t-> the t:overinment awnl t:t' r ln:pitis, -&c.-,--n-tlhc French dominions can after vig'iIr.lis trials, with the fullest confidleiice, recounnmend tiheln t the favourable notice of all la?iiigu in.- not, only un.ler ordinary dise:ses ; but thosu whi ni-;v be '.hpin against hoii.' No More Cod Liver Oil. Syrups of lodized 11drseridlismk Pr pared by G1UIMAULT &. Co., Chemist, 7 liue ic la Fenillade, Paris. According to the cer titicates of the physicians of the Paris Hospitals lc ta'cd in the Pcospectus, and with...

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

FRANK TATTERSALL. AGENGCY, NELSON PLACE. CIOMMISSION Agent and Accountant.. - Transfers of Property under the ' Real Pro. 'i~tety Act' effected. S'eecd Bills of Sale made out and' registered. Memorials and Petitions prepared. ' ; Correspondence conducted.. . : Books Posted up. or. . Chartes Moderate. - To Bakers, Storekeepers •and Others. rlHE undersigned, having been appointed Agent .L for the Paignton Steam Flour Mills, Port arlington, will always have a stock of Flour, Bran, and Pollard on hand for Sale to the trade. All orders will be delivered. THOS.' MASON.' A WARNING ! Do. you Suffer from Physical In capacity? A RE you suffering from nervous debility?" Have 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 upon you that you are not quite right, a malaise; a tendency to despondency ; a slight occasional loss of memory; someti...

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ON DUTY AS A SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

SONi DUTY AS A SPY. r' (From.? Rea;n"gs/yj :Stalight,:) r . Where is Sergeant S T I heard a voices excclatn on the m mornl g after my ride with th cniiiodirna s dcspatch. I wvi fcel iil te v stiff, and but little refreshed with my slumbers, as I oipened my eyes and saw a' head poken into the tent, which I recognised as thiatnofonur-orderly sergenut- -' Get--up at once,' he says 'General P.r has sentf i: you. The bugles I .. "isoundcd bours ag,. auilflfllihe iaphiai bsleiu astir fur ioinuic time. I did.l'i know you had returned from your trip, for we all ithought that most likely you woull get stit ot n te road. ' The or derly says that' Old Bull Dog'-(the name by which the comunander of our corps was knowi) -is swearing like a troiome this mnrinr ing, and in a thundering rage, so you had bet:: tcr look sharp:-.' In if-fe.., n:iuutes I was run mny- way to. tcheadqnisrters-'fist,"M owver, going to saddle Iny little horse, but I found to my suorrow, that poor lunchli was so stiff. that...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AN OPPRESSED CLASS OF MEN. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

"ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ;OPPRESSED CLASS OF MIEN. R ('o the Editor of the CuntONcLE.) Si?i-_I inm proud to find that we have nPublican in "Williunstown possessed of i:icint courage to stick up for his rights, in_?t ho is not afraid to put his name to 'he says. I refcr to MIr. Goble, of the oeg Hotel, who gtve the teetotallers and 'Rcibites such a s mud thrashing in your lastssue. It was time I think that these entlcmni had the starch tiken out of thein, , that the publicans of' Williamstown .pp that position to which they are en tled.? They' phy more in the shape of rates -iutse-, than anty other class of men in I.eomiunmity, for which they get the most arse: They are insulted by teetotallers on .- ci-x ,~ul?tns d w-hen theylppear at the I'o :if~Conus ilcey are bullyrugged by the Bench juit aýif they were a lot of pickpockets. Theirlsouoes are watched fromn morning till tmh,, andi f.iom night till morning, so that o? r man canriot get his pint of beer but sinre to b.e bailed up wh...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

v'cal ;ild fili ie SYDNEY 'FLOOD.'RE " lSO'.F '.A aare glad to ob'erve; bya a adveitiieu tin to days issic,' thlit tlie ,Cotiii? ? e ih lianhmsto n Mechanics'. Instte osc to give an entert:hnniesct on?o. thsi. ti t in aid of the iio ?e prnies? o fte .ho The co-operation of SingWere nln` 1rsen-is e s pecially requested:. ` . Tun Fl'oooDSIN NEW rSouTor n ' LLS A li-tn fiarded froenttmhe ehi icoxn Relief Comlmittee ha, s , een.-itristed? . iector' Bearer of ihis ti?t frlhe is tIsed to' cullect dontions s ini ritesty o>r?t ?r the abuie object. Aiiy c1\nyrteriont'iYeat may be'sent to. his nofi ili;li kfz'ill received o-is duly i~hinle ed ?,iexT is:u, of theCihooonilt h GnTao UrITED ORd oF Ob ,eLOws. -On U ntidity eini ii" ile ei lad? of the Persevercance o.LocdGi d Uet1 wit d der oif OJolfelleirs it upii' stbnfieiinter."ited at' flaek's Hotel, .S.f rdne street, ;up'tiids -of twenty ofm their breib nfktin. the nietll rolpob tan lodges. 'Amni" he: 'nest s - r'ainds Master ]:iddell, P1'G...

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LOSS OF LIFE IN HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 13 July 1867

LOSS OF LIFE IN HOBSON'S BAY. Much excitement was caused on Tuesday night in consequence of a report that an acci dent had occurred in Hobson's Bay, near Dromana, by which eight men had been drowned. The particulars which led to the disaster are these. A fight had been arranged to take place between two well-known boxing men named Alf. M'Laren, of Ballarat, and Jack Carstairs, of Melbourne. To prevent the interference of the police, it was arranged that the fight should take place , on Mud Island, Port Phillip Bay, and on Tuesday   morning, accordingly, the steamtugs Resolute and Sophia, chartered to convey the comba tants and a large number of spectators, pro ceeded down the bay. A strong northerly wind had been blowing all night, and a high sea rolled in upon the island. The tugs were unable to get close enough to land the men, and a course was then made for the east end of the south channel, under Arthur's Sent, one of the most exposed places which could have been ch...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Royal Mail steamship Avoca wilL be des patched with the mails for King Georgte's Sound, Point de- Galle, India, :China, the Mediterranean Ports, America, Europe, and the United Kingdom. 'I hcetime appointed for closing at time Williams town Post Office, is .For registered, letters- at. six p.m? on the 27th inst. pm For newspapers for tile United Kingdom, British colonies, and foreign countries, via Southampton and for all the intermediate ports, at six p.m. on the 27th inst. 'For ordinary letters for the United Kingdom, British colonies, and foreign countiries, via eonth ampton and Marseilles, at 8 p.m. on tile 27th inst. For newspapers, to be forwarded via Marseilles, at S p.m., on the 27th inst. Money Orders'payable in the United Kingdom will be issued up to six p m. on the 27th inst. Late lettes will be received at this office as under, provided the postage and fee are fully pre paid by postagde tamps :-From S to 8.30 p.m., Saturuay, 27th July, fee, :3l; f...

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AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

SANACKNOWLEDGMENT.--We are requested by the t;reasurer of the Williamstown Ladies' Benevoleit Society to acknowledge the receipt of £3'14s 8d, being the proceeds of the first Anniversary of the Willia?ustown Co operative bSocis Tea Meeqtii, , .

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