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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

ARRIVED. July 13.-Victoria, H. ILC. str, from a cruise in search of a supposed wreck off Curdie's Inlet; ZWestern, str, from IPortland'; Lawrence Browi,' American ship, from New York : Denis, French' bqe, from 3Mauritius; . Adeline "Burke, bqe, from Newcastle.; Mercury, brig, from Launceston'; Eliza Goddard, brig, from Newcastle; Gnlnare, sch, 'from Sydney; Nith, sch, from Corner Inlet; Twins, sch, from Hobart Town ; A liry Stwewrd, sch, from Grey iiver; Vic!oria,.seh; from Corner Inlet; Se.sNymph, bqe, from Newcastle; Lorenzo Sabinc, bqc,.from Richmond River; Waterlily, sch, from Hobart Town ; Spray, brig, from Wan garos; John 3l'Donall Stuart, sch, from P'ort Fairy; IResult, ketch,. from King's Island; 'Eliza hbth. sch, put btck. July 14.-Charles Edwaird, str, from Dairnsdale:. July 15.-Elizabethl Nicholson, ship, from the Downs; angatira, stir, from King 'George's - Sound; Lady Alacia, brig, from Newcastle;. Spray, selh,- from Circular Head ; l'rveril, coutter, from VWarrnambool;...

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WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO THE OWNER OF A HORSE. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

WHAT MAY R:APPENi TO THE OW. . R o•F- A lORSE. ,. : (To the Editor of the= Cionoxict.k) SIn-In the cae of Bow rersus Frost for illegally imwponding I beg to state that I distinctly apllied for a summons for over charging trespass fees; and that Mr Rich, rlerk of the Court, positiv'ely said that he could not graint me a summons for over charged fees claimed by Frost; and that ' must msummon him in the County Court. 1 further stated to MIr Rich that, at the time of paying the money under pirotest, the poundkeeper read from a clause of the Pound Act that he was ?onund to hold the money until the case was heard at the Court of Petty. Sessions. " Mr Rich replied that he could not gi?ve me a. summons for the purpose I.have namein, but I could have one for the impounding of the horse. : This is the way that Frost is shielded -by an officer of the Court refusing to issue a summons for the complaint described. .Nor can I see the justice in the decision of the Bench in admitting that Frost ha...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

BY ELECTRIC TALEGLRAPHI. PORT PHILLTP HIEADS, JULY 19. , AniirsIL.-- 4lbimbira. str, from Newv Zealand; Coorong, str, from Adelaide ; City of Adelaide, str. from Sydney; Murray. str, from Port Albert; Tararna, str, from New Zealand; Tomby Candas. sory, French.bqe, from Calcutta; Deux Freres; French liqe, from Cla?ente. SATLED.-Nil. Wind.-!V. fremh, at 4 p.m. THE ketch Resilt arrived on Saturday nighbt froin King's Island, with thirty-five tons of railway. and .bridge iron recovered from the wreck of the a'sip Netigrby?o r TsH?E clipper ship Elizabeth Nicholson has arrived in port, after a very excellent passage from London. Shel is i comparatively new vessel, beautifully fitted up, and her fine lines and .generally smart aplpearance would indicate'that her sailing powers .are of no mean order. Tire Govenmment steamer Pharos. Captain 11; 'ellarton, pn steainoi Tiiesday, andu proceeled on a eruison earch of the Wreck reported to l(ive been semiby Captain Kelly, of the barque Atla?tic,...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TREES FOR THE STREETS. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

O RIGIRLNAL .CORRESPONDENCE. 0 TREiES FOR H STREE . u (To the Editor of the CaoRb.I-cL1.4j Sir,--oie that.'the subject of planting trees lit the ipublie streets is under the consideration of the Council, and seeing that yon have ivivei a practical proof of your idea of the matter, I fake the liberty of. asking you to allow me it~little-spa6 in.your paper,' I kodnw several rtepayers who rill sub, scribe ten shillings or half cost towarls each tree planted opposite their property .nd undertaka,,to vater themowhen reqrered.. Elm trees six-feet high can be obtained at about O0s per dozen deliv eredl at the railway station; and poplat trees the same hight les i?r dozen. There is now ino-time to lose, and. as I unleistand that ilr Moroan of Nelson place is inno go in the matter, tlh.public isishing to contribute in the way named would do well to give in their names'eitlier to him or your self previous to the' Concimel meeting on Monday evening, so that the Council may have some proof: as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

The Australian Alliance, As surance f.Company..- : ESTABLISIIED for Fire anod Mlarine Insurane, Assu 4 lnces of Livcs;-and XFidelity ,Guarantee.' TCnpital,£25B0,000, with-iower to increase. 1 -, ~ . DiCronrg ; .. " ---", . - " The Hon. Robert Sterling Andlerson. John Halfey, Esq., J.P., MLLA. Tie Hon. James Stewart Johnston. ,iMicmiel O'Gra'dy, .ll. J.I'., LLA. - Th'Hon. Captain allfn. ....-.......i Tho lion. David Elliott 'Wilkie, 3LD., I3.L C. Iarlne Surveyor' Captain McCallum. Medical Officers, J. I. Mlotherwell, MLD. WV. .I-_-... ?Gilibee,. Surgeon.-. Insurances effected.at the lowest current rates, and every business facility affoiledito tlie assnred. : rospoctoses 'and full informntion may be icd at the com any's principal offices, 53 Elizabeth and 2 Collins-street west, lbourn: . i. i 3.ICIIAET. O'GRADY, Managing Director. Sununmi.A A r_-ý . For receiving proltpols and giving every .information: South Yrram. Jolm omanis: :St Kilda, Henry, illet - ]tilemond, lichnrd Fitzgerald...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 13th July, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call, and Dove.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

Saturday, 13th J.uly,18Gt. (Before Messrs., Call, :and' Dove.) -.lrfrving, the rate-ctllector; obtrinedjudg ment for rates against Michael Foley?, for .17s. 6d.; William Wild, £1 12. Gd. ; ani Thomas Skilling, £4 10s.J with 7s.' Gd. costs in each case. ,Ar Leuellin sued G.' S. Saunders for .12. Gd..for medicines, .which sum was ordered to be paid by instalments. Mrs.-: Holden, a yoting married woman, prosecuted.BMrs. Smith, for abusive and in: sulting languagee. The complaiaiuaht .glibly ran -throdugh a list of the most disgusting epithets, which' she sai' ihad been alrplied to her by Smith, arid advocated her own case so forcibly and witmh such "olubility of speech that niobody else hlad'a chance of scarcely ut tering a word. The Bench came to the conclusion tihat Mrs. IHolden was more than a mtatch for her rival, and.dismissed the case, Mir Call cautioniing the women that if they came before him again, hE would do his best to send theu both to •gaol. MAr. W. HE Powell, toll collec...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

"NO TICE OF MOTIOTJN . Cr.-F nklin'? To move- , terl ewni 'l;dnerk be iestrstctta to communi 7 catu ?vith;tre' .'.onetseray CouiicI -askin. them to. "ppoint .af commuittee to confeewith a fnian ca-m oiittee of thiu Council ou.the snoject.of forimmg a o.roa4 betieen Williamstoiin and Footsecray

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

NOTICE OF MOTION. Cr: D.allawiy : To move- " That step be taken to reniove the borough pound to. the site lately granted by Govern mint.,

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

To Correspondents. " - 11MR.GOBLE'S.letter; addressed to a "Pious fainter," is held over for consideoution. Two other comnmunications on th0 prscnt Liqooo Law arc omitted for want of spaco.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

On the 18tih inst., at his residence,. Williamstown, the Rev. THOMAS HINTON JACKSON, of the Con-   gregational Church, aged thirty-seven years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

Donohluc, the ufliany fellow whl o recent ly bit off the ear f a nllan named Sullivanij and iictually' ate it, ins leen committed for; trial by the MIalmsb y Bench. TUE Louisville Den cral says a lawyer is -strongest when he is fe lest.: DEAN & Co.,; Tailors and Woollen Drapers, SNo. 5 NELSON:, PLACE,:'; WILLIAMSTOWN, W SIl to state that they have an assortment of Strong Tweeds, suitable for 3o0yb' and dMen's working Clothing, which can be obtained at thd following prices - Strong Tweed, from £0 2 .6 Strong Double Width Dungarce, from ,0 ,1.2 .Fine Black liroad Cloth, for Ladies' Mantles, from .0 7 6 Tailors Trimming cheap Strongr Tweed Trousers well made, from 0 15 0 Good Black Cloth Sac Suits " 4 o 0 0 Do- Tweed do '" 217,6 Do. Scotch do . ` " 3 5, 0 Boys' Suits, '' 1140 0 All goods well shrunmk, and cut in a superior style. Naval and: Military Uniforms minade on the shortest notice. To the Inhabitants of Williiamstown and the Public generally.?? B EGS to anliounce that he...

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LARYNGOSCOPE. To the Editor of the Launceston Examiner [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

LARYNGOSCOPE. -To-the Edi'tor of the LaidiEito La'Tatiner ,i Slit- =aim inrduced to write to you inm con sequenticetof two" letters whichli appieared in ?;jyourissue of Tuesday,- both" referring to the rediployi'ent:of 'the' liiryngoscope in treating LthroaV'disecse; and Dr. Miiller's intention to 'bring it into ",'ull use. 'It' is no doubt. true that the laiyugoscope his teen used by mddi-: cal mnie iii. T'isunania 'for some years; .but 'niever in' the iianner iti which it is 'used .by Dr."'Wilkins,' of M'3lbourniie' I say so from ipersonal" experience. It was' used with me in this colony; but so far as the , mode of hiniipulating, the; power of the iinstrument, and its disclosures 'are concerned, it bore. no more resemblance to tihe same instrument 'in the hands of Dr.- Wilkins,' than the symbol. 0 doestio'the valuie represented by any two figiures.: ;D. 'Miller himiself, who I umay be permitted to say, is quite equal in his profes sional ability to any others in -this colony, has...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

eLTHFOR THE IN(V AL .lHOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellosui effect of this fine medicine upon the syst?at is such as to immiediately rally all the vit. unetions, the appetite is soon re stored, a fin flow of spirits. quickly follows, -the body blecdmes immensely invigorated with a cer-' tainty of restored health : fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things. followay's Pills imparts tone and enei~y 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 salt of any medicine in the world. Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. Look to the renularity of the functions of these foundations of vitality. Holloway's Pills restore to order the slightest departure" from the proper action, and,' therefore may be considered as the regulators of the mainspring of human life. Apo plexy can always be prevented if the proper ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

The Land Mortgage. Bank OF (For Deposit and Loans on Freeholds). Incorporated Under the Companics Statue, 1864 Ofices i IS Collins street East, Melbourne. DIRECTORS. Hon C. JJenner, M;L.C., Chairman. S "Hon J. M'Crae, M. L.C., Vice-Chairman. Robert Byrne, Esq, J.P., M.L.A. ;;\,ilirm Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. - o?hn Spence Ogilvy, E., Queen-street. . ,u?Gcorge?,l prto, .Esq., 7.P.. Architect,. ( .TisrBank is established for the purpose of ceresug deposits for fixed periolds, and lending on freehold ropert, on the system of Laid Credit, whhich has been attended with such iiarked success Sin Europe, India Canula &c. interest--The following are the present rates, namely :- ' " . rf - On fixed.lcposits-or 12.months...S per-cent per an f Do.do ,'6nomths...7 , do do : .jo,e d? "3 m6lpths...6 do" do 'Loans £100 and .upwards advanced on.free hold pioperty "at current rates, repayable by in stalments. Agency.--The :bank %lso act as agents for the ,idvest??tment of .the capital of...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

ocatl lnd GenteraIl Sews. TUE CONCERT.in aid of the Williamstown Borougl Grammar: School,; in consequedsi of the death of ;the Rev. T.' H Jackson'lis24 postponed till Wednesday next.. A pi-o grantme of the criteitinmnenl will be found. in another colunu., - PLAi TUIG T Es? OiN THE PUBLIC STE-ETS -It affords us; pleasur?i, to observe tihat our townspebple.aoievaking up to the importance of plantinpg trees along our public streets and avenues. . In another column appears a letter from an esteemed correspondent, calling at tentioin to the fact that the season for plant ing is fast passing away, that the.Council will .meet on Monday evening for the purpose tof considering the question of supplying ad ditional tree-guards, that several gentlemen of the town aire interesting .themselves in carry hng out this.most desirable object, arid invit ing such of the inhabitants as are desirous of assisting in this-laudable undertaking to send in their names without delay toy Mr :John .Moro n, Nels...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

: I-r. rDepl.irti t of Ptiblic:Works,': " i, r.i,:i:: .;:-;. Ielbourne. 17th'JIdy,1:867.: 'T- i ENDERS will' be ceied at this 6offce until' ?.ýi'loion of Thursda the 25th inst. for :certain: S.. ksqb sna the Te,,, lh OTce, Williamstown, -.isl?b e.ation, for wbl:h c n be seen at the Telegraph: Wta ion;: WViliamstown. : S frLendeis t be endoret " Tenders for WVorks at' Teleraph"nofice, Willia stown," and addressed to the Itneaestor General of ,blicWorks, Melbourne. hiq:.i :: WIL AAM M.' K. VALE, r: Commis-io r of Public Works. Borough of illi stown. T1ýENDEWIS are invite until .in.: in Monday i ;J;uly' 22nd.: for at plyii ' Tree-guards, - oo or;ron. , S Slpecifications may.be en a .co. Tb:ihl?eat or any tend notnecessarilyceeptred.l SGEO F. IIPTH, Town Clerk. Conicil Chambers, July th, 187ii. .Williamstown Gas Company; .. Limited. i OTI ?T is helreby ven-that the Third Orin . ary General Meeting of the Shareholders ii i:this Cobipany; ill be held at Knight's Telegraph 7 : ilotml;...ia...

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A ROTHCHILD'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

r A IROTHCHILD'S HOME. The Paris correspondent of the tparsing Star h is aippirently: -been a guest at Baron Jones :d Rothchilda's princely chateau at Fer rieres,, and, thus describes ghat -he saw there : -" You enter by a flight f niarble steps a vestibule, -which opensa on one of~ the :most spihciotisali ll in Europe, furnislied, however, as a -reception-room, abid lighted from the roof, which.is-of muffled ghiss, from behind which at night a system of gas illuminates the vast' sppce somewhat as, has: been so-suiccssfully carried out at the 'Chatelet. A igalleiy runs round the upper part of th. hall oni~wh'ich suites of party rooms opeii, while on bnthe ground floor the receptions aiid famlily apart linents open 'on the haIiL, - Purple:. velvet ortiieie; aveii anadim~irleeffec~t t each end of the splendid alee,',whic?tfhas been con structed on the most 'perfect acousticp~iciples, the result of which is,that the effect-of musib executed-here.is iuarveillohs. Or'diniry-apcI hangings...

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MINNIE GREY [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

A vErnY stralige little'hQing ,was ?finnie, Par son .Grey's daughter. - So.beautifll,? yet so habitually sad.:I, see her now in aiinagition' with her large, lustrous black'eyes, "shining ringlets and delicate Llittle foir ts; and I see too that expression of settled: melancholy that always appeared upon hef facer . c ' . ,,;: Minie and I had, been friends, co mpanion , schoolmates, almost froti infancy. Our: faii-: lies 'vwre. close neighbours;, and ,is Minnie had no. brother to guard her from harm during the school terims, I was only too happy. to supply a brother's place. And I remember, too, as I now look back through the many years that have passed, how envious, my. male school mates were at my'nuaurdianship, and how oftis, Ireoeived a'. bruised head for.defending myself and? my little lidy .from :the taunts; thesneers and the jibes f larger boys. Wasit' strange, then, that our friendshili should gro?' with our: youth, and strengthen with" ur stringth .1 Anid' :as it strange tha...

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REPORT OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR 1865 AND 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

REPORT OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES' BENEVOLENT; SOCIETY ,, .FOR THE YEAR1 18650 D 1806. President-Mrs.: Wilkinson. :, Vice-President-Mrs. James.... S Coimmittee : " ,rs Bucirde il-Mrs Leighton M rs Dowmani ". : Mrs Mattheivs -Mrs,Draper. Mrs Mason.. Mrs Perguson ,[Mrs Perry . Mrs Piper;. : Auditors-Mrs Perry, Mrs Dowmali Treisre er--'lrs Dodd,: Secretary-Mrs Pentland. SThe Committee of the Williamstown Ladies' Benevolent Society beg to present to their subscri bers andr the public generally their, report for the years 1865 1S66. Thedelay.in the publicitionhas arisen frr,m various circumstances beyond the con trol of the Committee. 'They beg to record their gratitude to their friends and subscribers for the suppcrt received during the past years, and look forward with confidence to a continuance of the same assistanco; they have also'to return thanks to the governmnent for the grant-in aid received in SGG66, but for which timely assistance the Commit toe woull have been obliged to sus...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 17th July, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 20 July 1867

.'FOOTSCl AY BOROUGH COQNI IL a ;redNesdaiY, 17 .i, -ill iso. ^sent-The Mayor (i J. BrownJ,/and t.s.l Ddirawiay'T Johnson,- Mitclill, Bell, ,q*Hunixlircy and Coward. The n.; litnhtes of the proviouin jneeti"g la-v ing i cen1 conutirieid, tl\c following" lettcrs wecrci ed'-- iTo MrnPullar, Clertle1lthe '-. i tioads d ;Bridges CommnitteeA'lrt.wnig at :.tenition tobthe ftict; "that certiin alterations w erj"nEiii?e g.enade the rail ay- arcl.? cross-. .-» iin"Duidle;y-itreet' 2.. To ,the Eniieer -in '. .Chifi n the Si.ane subject. . :., . Ft?~ the INuns of the Good Sheplheird S lAbottsfod, forwarding subscrilifion'list;.2. SFroi'IMr Boddington, di-vwing attentidui t the sta te of- the ro;ad near IIis premiiese -in -'Buiiklcey-stemet .3.. From Mr. Cross,, oi)i0 hialf of-Mr. P. Whiyman, asking for the -use <;6f, tie Borough Chambers in which to' hold a lecture. [Grtitted conditionally.] 4. From r'T. Gliiste lil d Co., requesting tliht: about ten ch?iiis of culvert be naulde.in ...

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