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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

HEALTH FOR THE 'INVAL HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The marvellous effect"of this fine medicine upon the system is such as to immediately rally all the vital function's, the appetite is soon ro stored, a:fullflow of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restoresd health: fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things. Holloway's Pills imparts tone and energy 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. Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach.' Look to the regularity 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 actio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

The Land MIortgage Banik VI CT I.A. (Limited). S(For Deposit and Loans on Freeholds). Incoiporated Under the Companies Statue, 1864 Ofices: 18 Collins street East, Melbourne. " DIRECTOLS. IHon C. J. Jenner, M.L.C., Chairman.' SHon J. M'Crae, M.L.C., Vice-Chairman. Bobert Byrne, Esq, J.P., M.L.A. W?illiam Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. John Spence Ogilvy, Esq., Queet-street. George Wharton, Esq., J. I.. Architebt. This Bank is established for the purpose of receiving deposits for fixed periods, and. lending on freehold property, on the system of Land Credit, which has been attended with'such marked. success in Europe, India, Canada, &c. Interest.-The'following are the present rates, namely :--. ..' , . , * .: On fixed deposits for:12 months...8 per cent peran i . Do. do.: ;., Gmontlhs...7 do do :! " do . 3 months...6 do do .oans.-£100,.and.upwards advanced, on free. hold piqpeity at'current rates, reiiayable by in stalments. ; SAgency.--The bank also act as agents'for . the i...

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CURE TO BE HAD FOR A TRIFLE BY HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT Gout, Rheumatism, Ehlargements and Stiff Joints. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

CURE TG BE HAD FOR A TRIFLE Sr HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT Gout, Rheumatism, Ehlargements and Stiff Joints. .A cure of these comnplaints is within the reach of the most humble, by fomenting the ali:eted part with.warmn n salt and water, and rubhini in Holloway's Ointment twice a day. Thousandl have been cured whc look upon GCot and liheu matism as incunrable. The same treatment should be employed for the dislersion of chalk stones, and all painful enlargements or stilitess of the joints; in such cases the Pills should be taken ac cording to the printed directions. Bad Legs. Bad Breasts, and Ulcer. ations of all kinds. The cure of ulcers ihas won for Hiolloway's Ointment an imperishable reputation, as this heal ing Ointment will restore any ease however had to soundness. Many bad legs arise fromn imprn. dences, happening several years before and almost forgotten ; it, then, there be any doubt as to the origin of the sores, the patient should read care fully what is written on secondary sympt...

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REPORT OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR 1865 AND 1806. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

REPORT. OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES':.BENEVOLENT SOCIETY;,'! FOR TIIE YEAR 1865. AN-D' 166 . " President-Mrs. i Wilkinso : V: ice-President-Mrs. James. , -Committee: . : Mrs Bucirde i. rs Leighton; Mrs Dowman Mrs .Matthews Mrs Draper Mrs Mason Mrs Ferguson Mrs Perry Mrs Piper.' Auditors-Mrs Perry, Mrs Dowmlan Treasurer--Mrs Dodd, Serrctary-Mrs Pentlaud. The Commiittee of the Williamstown Ladiea Benevolent Society beg to present to their subscri bers and the public generally their report for the years 1863 1S66. The delay in the publicationhbas arisen from various circumstances beyond the con trol of the Committee. They beg to record their gratitude to .their.fridnds and subscribers for the suppcrt received- during -the past years, and look forward- with confidence to a continuance of the same assistace ;' they have also to return thanks .to the government for the grant in aid received in 186, -but for which timely assistance the Commit tee would have been obliged to suspend their ope...

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ON THE WALLABY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

DN =THE WALLABY. I found myself bne'morning on'a certain diggings "ni New South Wales, with five' pounds;in inmy-pocket, and he horse. Mly mind wAs soon made up, loafing not being in my creed. I bought- a pair of blankets, a blue serge shirt, moleskin trousers, and a billycock hat,.-ndthus arrayed in the unac customed but orthodox costume, I bide a long farewell to swelldQm,Land started on the 11al laby-in-searchlof, any kind of. -employment,. which, as Mr Micawber has it, might turn up. Birds of a feather,&ke. On my first.night out,-I [fell in with an unfortunate individual who; like myself, had ' seen better days,' and we c?umnmed. Very useful poor San proved to tue, for he had had a previous experience. of ' trivelling . . As long as my rmaining few shillings laiste,? we did, not asle'a squatter for food; bhit after: walking fite bunidred miles myn stocks came to ain end, and afterwards we were obliged to cadge like the rest... - For.. thirteen weeks I prowled about- the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

"FRANK TATTERSA;AGE iNCY -5:t;in r?" ;i iI 'NELSON'tPT?LACE.' ! r-. I"?,:," S iOMMISSIONl Agent and Acconutant.an,-t. SJ Transfers of Property under, the ~,Real Pro. `er .'i'ct; effected t Bills of ale'nijd olit d 'i.gist?d, IM,,emnorialsand Petitions.prepared: It', '" t S:;Correspondenceecoducted,.. d i ::' 1,; t:. Books Posted up . -. :-, To I Bakers;% Storekeepers -and ,; ., .;ri: Others..,: , -... iLE mundeisignied, havisg been appointed Agent . .for the Paignton Steam- Flour Mills, Port arlington, will always have a stdock:ofFlour, Bran; and Pollard' on lhand' fdr Sale to the trade. All orders ? ill be delivered. THOS. MASON. y,,?:? A. WARNING ! Do you Suffer" fromin Physical In ,,;: ":u;,.,o -y-.; capacity? SRE yousnfferiag from nervous debility? . ave K' you been the giiltyrvictiin of any secret vice Do yousuffer froni a'set of symptoms nearly akhi, 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

cougs; colds;. Consution, ::- Asthma, Bronchitis::; - JAYNE'Sg;. EXPORTANT . AS been for thirty ears the standard rehmedy I1, it will be admitted that no better evidence of the great curative powers of this Expectorant can be offered than the grateful testimony of these who have been restoredtto health by its use, and the wide-spread popularity whiich for so long a period it has maintained in the face of allcompcti. tion, and which has created a constantly increasing dcsaimd for it in all parts "of the-worid. As far as possible, this evidence .is laid before the public from time to time, until the sceptical will'acknow ledge that for all pulmonary complaints .it is truly an invaluable remedy. Recent Coughs and Colds, ::{ T Pleuritic pains, &c., are quickly and rffectually cored by its]diaphoretic, soothing, and expedtorant powers. It ahrayscures. It ove es-the pasniidic contraction of the air vessels, and'-J?yproducing free expectoration, at once remoyes.'al dificulty ofbrea...

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IN MEMORY OF THE REV. T. H. JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

IN 3LMEMORY OFD THE REV. T. 11 JACKSON. Wlaint Shakespeare said, of Wolsey, S'To"tho eoi'hokeiew. him sweet as Summer" may be j ustly appiedlto the above ,departd -and much; lmented clcrgymani . Jlnt, be sides this, lie made himself conspicuous min everything which texndee`to the elev iatig of society,; anil as wlli?,?to tilake. part in anything- hich was to the interest of the town inii which ihe reside L. His ppublic ad miiistrations vere chiirarcterised ..by grceat earnestness,is rivate life d as spo less, nud from all oiitwiard appear'mnces mu?stlive been exceedinglypiisyerfa?hl Trhoihli we, huinanly speaking, may reg?'et tltif so truie a? hristian, is.no more amongst.us, still his spirit. miay be hovering, about those lhe loe es, -waiming with Heavenly paitience till the time conies -when they also may.ide,released 'from the chains of earth and set looe to.. siw ?ith. lhim the praises of ,thlie I'nmb thlnoigh the countless ages of Eternity.': T r trust that the pjeople of Willi...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

S G · ^cat iiTdt cnerat *Jews -' ;SELEoCT EADINGS AT -WILLIAMSTOWN. .We pould remind our reders that the' rext S dreadiins at the Willi;ristowniiMeclBanics 'Inl Sstitite is announced to takr-placi,6h Tuesday -evemn* i_.A very attractive progranmme has b?enuprepared and will no don?t coimmand a Sfusll'hoose " ColCERT IT .WILLIAMSTOWN.-A concert was given-on Wednesday evening, in the Me: ScSanics' Institute, Willihmstown, in aid ofthe ?,nilding Fund of the Borough Grainiar. -\ School,.Mr C;lIL P.M., occupying the chaii. As-aien~d tertaiinment it was perfectly success ''ful. :The repeated plaudits of an audience of between 300 and 400 persons testifying their appreciation of the performances presented to themnii?-Mrs. Fox and Miss Reeves were several times encored during-the evening, the. duet?" .!Fisom our Merry Swiss Home" being one o'f'the brightest things we have heard for some time. "Hilda," y MissReeves, and "I folloiv thee," by Mrs Fox- (which was rap turously.,encored) were wel...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. Monday, 22nd July, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 27 July 1867

WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGfICOUNCIL : ?t1.ý :SrEcrau. ýGENilaLr;liEEAL MEELg6-6#' Monday, 22nd July, 1867. -.Present-TheMayor. (Hr Dowman) andCrs. Mason, Lindsey, Dalgarno, Power, Courtis; thslam, and Clough: " The nmiiintes of the previous nieeting lia In lbcoin confirnmed, the following letters wer~ce ead :-1. From Mr A. Gait, stating that the lHon. the Commissioner;of Public Works had appointcd u?es?tl 30th i:it.:to receivea deputation fromthis Couni'cil rel1ti,,e to the expenditure of the Go~ernmeiitrait fo lharbour improvements in this borofig_?.t 2. From-Mr J: Morgan, Nelsoniplace,hasking to be informed 'is to what proportion of the. cost of plaiuting tiees in tihe ublicSStreete in fi:ont of his piropeirty'tlie Counil would. pay, le agreeing to ýhitet and keep the-said trees in :epair. 3.: Fromn tlhe'Hon.: Geo. Verdoni " L.A., stating that the "petition. referred to in a letter to him fiom thlis: Cuncil;: haid beeiii )ioght?i hi to imi byies sengcr of the Assemblywith the card 'ofIr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

Notice. Subscribers at Footocray not receiving their iia p2rs regularly, will have the gooduess to communi cate with Mr. George miith, Pottery Works. It is particularly requested-that parties residing at Wyndham, Mount Cotterell, and the inter vening ,townships, who take an interest in t:no affairs of their respective localities, will communi cate with the editor of this journal on any sub 'ct of importance transpiring in their ncihbourhood. Ailletters (authcuticatcld by the name and address of the writer) to be seut to the Cli?onidc offic, WVilliamstowu. . .. .

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

- THE iron clipper brig Centaur, which hIa been on Wright's patent Slip, having, her hidl cleaned ansd painted, and bottom coated witli Charlesworth and Sharp's patent anti-fouling co" position, was taken off on Monday morning. THE Geelong steamer Luna came dosnntho river" on Monday, and has since been taken up on Wright's patent slip, to have the damage 1epaired which she sustained in the collision with the, .s. ilack Swan. THE-BLACK SwAN.-Tthe steamship Black Swafr .was soil by auction on Wednesday, at,;Iloyda's rooms, as she now lies sunk oPf Williamstown Break water. The soum realized was.only £40.: i This -amount does not, of course, include the cargo stowed in the submerged vessel. 1'rtro .Roccarr.- The adjourned inquiry into the conduct of Pilot Rocket:, in conueetiton with the late accident at Dromana, was held at the offices of the Steam Navigation B13aid on Monday. Captain Devlin presided. ,Present - Messrs. atitherland, Stephens, and tItinon. After the ex namination of se...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELGRAP' II. :-.A'rvO .'rI .-Lcwli., cutter, from . arrnambool-; .Go argsTi mith, scli. from \Varrnamlool -- I liza Sch' froIom Wtrroambool; Io, scie. from dao& 3laa ;u J m arrnambool. S l.- Barwoon, str, for Sydney; City of A i Lide, str, for Syiney; Samson, str, for Circular H i Kathileen, bqe, for. ecwcastlc; Margaret Ch~-el]h, for Wndyard. SWind.-S.1. fresh, at 4.p.m.

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN ELECTION. To the Ratepayers of Williamstown. (Per favour of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

THE WILLIAMbSTOWN ELECTION. To the Ratepayers of WVilliamstown. fPerfaurr of the CaHONICLE.) GENTLEMEN,--A nulmber of you are dis iiualified under the Act from having your' names placed on the Roll. at the forthcoming. election, because you have not cbmplied with its requirements either by paying your rates by the 20th of June or by applying to the Revision Court, held on the 15th day of July, when the Roll was' finally and .pub licly adopted. Such is your position as vo ters, although you, perhaps, could have since" paid your arrears and would have gladly done so could you have been reinstated to the full enjoyment of your municipal privi- .: leges. Judge of my surprize when I heard -· that a candidate for municipaldhonours at the' approaching election whose ziame is not bon, the Roll, and whose rates were only paid on the 31st day of Jldy, six weeks aifter the time prescribed by law, and the last day for.een - tering in the municipal race, was allowedat a late hour of the same hig...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE PENNY READINGS. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. s THE PENNY READINGS:. ' 't (To the Editor of the CxiioOsLE? d Sim,--It might be advantageous to sugges c to the gentleman having the control, ofither SReidings,' the desirability of observind, a Judicious method, in the arrangement of th` different parts of theentertainment, inothler words, in. the order ot thi programme; other. e wise, there will be reason to fear that. the t legitimate object of those crowded assembla gtes, which occupy our ' Mechanic's' every r alternate' Tuesday, will not be attained. A mioral essay, or anything descriptive of what is beautiful in creation, or sublim'e: in sentlnent, coming immediately after an ii. I travaganza, meets with a natural distaste Imerely through. the uniftnoss of its position, and , the unwelcome transition of feehing necessar-y to. entertain it arighti.It i ? submitted then, that neither hdtiuorous .re citations, nor comic songs, nor such readiings as produce outbursts of laughter, ought to be introduced in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

-;- --------- - ----- AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY FRE, LTFE, AND MARIN E ESTABLISHED 1857; : F -.'I Snn~1'S reld Capital, ?50ooooo. . .-Ieol OIfice; Collins-street Veatst, Melbourne.. i. : Agent for Williamtow " . CAPT. a BrmCaLua :r : BR. JOHN WILKINS, F.R.C.S., U-fTAVING returned from Englawnd, has Resaeme ,:2 the Practice of his Profession devoti him. e ct Throak No ISprrag-eereet~ Moher ii~a~sa~g1^

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Statement of Accounts for the Six Months ending the 30th June, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

i theoth Jun!e, 1eOi D r. Ls itaulAocai. sr " ToAmount paid .. 46S7 10 0 as. . an .e is . . a2218 97. 0 - ?c : 9=. ." - By;Pepnflunaryl Excpenscss.. 07 . .. r . - less writtenoff 1; 90 - Pl'nit accounts 2olle7. Leiuan u and Services 2?a1 9 - Dr r i AtiOact, j-'.s. ous- O , -- - alartes and Coinjsson D cc.aec ts ? . , B ialkn account ad'? oss 13 ':0 . G ni : and 9dcti lig.:: ; i. lsxi71l 6 :.'=i: c W.War andTear'.: :.16 73 6 _i<_Z5 Publie 170 1 Staiick on haun Slt o i ec. last u ,ý $3" Balan Profio t and Loss- ' dPrae1itel" et 577 So8n 0 0 iBroduncts tsoibttii , .. : ', ,' ,- ? - 'r1 oala Coka l ufir 10 842 2 10 To Eilana o as per lust statomnont i. 135'h1t5'f t" `Trasfori account ' s '' 0 13:: 0.-'- - Prclimimiary (nensoes "13- t ' Amount. 4arriruft to I? . i c' i-: ' ,:.a", - uelster` account, -: -10 10' `0 - To Ptbfit ind Lu1-'. ,-"353''- 8 "'i SSundrryý accounts duy th Comany, X32 0 a 5" ', Cuitsitaticcont ;_ " 280 259 .7; 0 :-liondry accounts due to thu Company. 215.1...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

.:.,~nG~AN L POETI'~~-~ ,· - MY DOC-TOR'S PiESCRIPTIpOf o .. .,ear Doctor. yo told me to exercise more, . ; ' " 'And to prchase a horse for de, " Ilnt you never let on it wohl make me loso S.re:-?am; 0, Or tear aaly half of mSty hide. ?:,e followed your orers and, faith a '; - ',Thdt'ir nt tynlrtor eeu?e d fiut, lto4 4ay q.: And Ilaying nlive be the mode of the dapy, . The reselt of your method is sure.' .I've pain in nmy head, d an ain m" "I'm unnble tb sit on a e?nir . ci b , nk re a paliin tmyfront, nl yh.a-inin k 1. ,"-: Thoou ere neveroerested f orme. e-rfaU. -- rL And y bleo sln-O o nut't soy wheree ',: Tho aotientso sigt to m emo arc r.J Y .et, .'d hoere hehour Ifaomu soumin';? ,1 •,.n When neatyoo presribe for ou~r bilious omplaints , Yowe.il therhw slee diatoylon eior And my blessins gaohitho aeton wil oerlele 'You may whisk en the grecen, habit's plain to heed~, · orero nev~er createdfor me. Tho' lost tomm sight. to my ymemo t'r, 2~ .. SYOU 111-311 ever s-hoheld in myl min...

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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

DEPUTATIONS. On Tuesday a deputaiion from the Wil liamstown Boroug-h Council waited upon the Commissioucr of Public Works, to ask for assistance in the construction of abutments at Williamstown to be used in connexion with the bridge which it'is proposed to con struct across the river, in order to furnish direct communication between Sandridge and Williamstown. After hearing the vidws of the deputation, M [rValesaid that the matter should be considered in connexion with the proposed improvements to the Geelong, Port Fairy, and Warrnamlbool Harbours. The question of the employment of convict labour was also mooted, and Mr' Vale promised that it should be considered. He further stated that as soon as an officer could be spared one would be seut down to examine and report upon the works. - With regard to the matter of water-supply, to which the deputation, amongst other things, made re ference, M1r Vale stated that as soon as Emerald-hill had been supplied, the neces sary services woul...

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The Chronicle. AUGUST 3rd, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

A. , UGUST 3rd, 1867. WE are glid -to find that at the foithcomin.g nnmunicipal; ,election, we shall not have to go a begging for candidates, as there is cvery prospect of a keen contest. This is just as it should be. It renders:the honour attached to the position of councillor greater, and it- i-ves the. ratepayers a better oppor--, tunit fo:r; selecting 'fit and proper. persons.' Besids, it is minuch more creditable fori:min to get into the Council after a spirited election than it is for him to obtain his e?;:sby simply producing his nomination paper; and being elected because there, is no one to op pose him. In such a case he can only consider himself tolerated .because others will not come forward. lie is not sure thatif there haId c been a contest he would be chosen as one of the representatives of the burgesses, and the knowledge of this must, or should, be somewhat humiliating to him. And now that elections are not of such frequent occurrence as they were, it is neces sary f...

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