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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

burg ,-tr .fom . H okiti ka i cutter, from , arrnamboui VEDB.a July 2S.Otago str foi Dunedin; lack Iird,' str, from '#on01 Tasmania, str, from "Launceston -Sy ds Griffiths, blqe from h'e, cOastleFornimosa, q, from Mlauritius ; Southern Cross, sch, frio Niewcastle ;Fanny, sch, from eývcastlo ,OGlensliee, bqe, . from -ewcastle ; Alexandor; brit,.firm 'Newcastle; i'at the Rover, scb, froml Circular Head; Callenuder, brig, from Etzichmohd River ; Victoria, s'c, from Grey River; Clutha, schl, from Newcastle; Mary, sch,, from 10 la'; Pioneer, sch,' from CClmaence River; S brig, from Drisbane;,Jhines Guthrie, A' erican ship, from l'ostc n; John Eyston, bqe, from San Francisco ; Northern Light,. sch, from Grey River; Anne, bqe, from Newcastle; AJbert. sch, from Gipps Land Lakes ;' Margret Cheasell, 4 :from Wynyard; AlSandre, sch, from. New tle. " ' July 2O.--Mary Grant, brig, from Newcastle ; S ordish, sch,.from Iobart Town; Mary Aun, S, fromn Corner Inlet;. Helen Ann, - sch, from 4 Bay ; L...

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

The Land Mortgage ' Bank -IOF. (For Deposit and Loans on Freeholds). Incorporated Under the Companies Statue, 1864 Ollices: 18 Collins street East, Mlelbourne. DIRECTORS. Hon C.. J. Jenner, M.L.C., Chairman. Ilon J. 1i'Crae. ML L.C., Vice-Chairman. Rlobert Byrne, Esq, J.P., M.L.A. William Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. Jolm Spence Ogilvy, Esq., Queen-street. George Wharton, Esq., J.P.. Architect. 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...S per cent per an Do " do 6 months...7 do do ..o do 3 months...G6 do do Loans.-£100 and upwards advanced on free. hold property at current rates, repayable by in stalments. Agency.-The -bank also act as agents for the investment of the capital of absentees, trustees, and ot...

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 31st July, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

FOOTSCllAY~r:BOl OUGH COUNCIL.' Wl;cdnleday, 31st July, 1807. Present- The y.or (MIr J. Brown), and Crs. Dallal~ia, ?'JolhnsonI, Mitchell, Bell, Hokmins and: mpiicy. 1 - The minutes -of t]hepirevious meeting (having been confimeildtle following letters were read :-1. Froic the Secretary of the Law:Department, :M?elbourne, stating that 1 iio funds would lie aviillabld this year for the purpose of building a-court house at Foots cray; 2. From the 'Borough Council of Daylesford, asking thi Cbuncil's co-operation in having certain alterations made in the 201st section of the Municipal and Local Corporations Act ; 3. From the Town Clerk, Melbourne, intimating that the City Corpo --ation coincided with thle CJuncil il regard tio the Dudley-street arch,: and had written 'to the Engineer-in-Chief in, the subject; 4. From Mr Higinbotham, Engineer-in-Clief, stating that in accordatice -itlh the wish of the Council the height of the Dudley street arch would remain unaltered; 5. From Mr J. W. T...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

•c~i " .i'-town - "c - 0111' + There was' no'business before this ni on Saturday~ (Before Mr.- Call, P.M.) Three seameii,named William 'Mansfield, loseph Martinells, and John. Riudlin, were brought up for being drunk ori the previous day. Having spent'tho intervening time in the lock-up, the prisoners were admonished and discharged. Tueisday, 30th Jul, I1867 (Before Messrs. , Cll 'Courtis, Norman at Freyer.) A painfiul case of-matrimonial diSagro -. ment was called '`the hearing of-.which occu :' pied the COurb nearly two hours. Cathe ine Clarke, a young woman. with a. baby il hq arms, summoned ,her husbaud, WmnCl. eCl, for the maintenance of herself and fliTh e children,-aged respectively eight' years four* years and a-half, and ino?.ionths. Mr. Murphy i for the dusoioO Mrs. Clarke sat -deles former husband, w - surly disposition, fndel isy e a` .. when ho was quarrelling.7 ,teenultde&~er, ~rn after thbr - her said her sister with a knifitPi" Ihishm is hoe d i family, takin...

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

. AALTifuO R THE INV AL d/ flOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appette-L of Strength. T..e . -Loss of Health The marvellous effect of this fine medicine up6o 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, theC body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored health: fresh air and a little exorcise are necessnry to bring about a permanent state of things. ollolway's Pills imparts tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner aii 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 Stomac.. Look to the regularity of the functions of these foundations of vitality./ olloway's Pills.restore to order the slightestAcparture front the proper action, and, ther¶re may be considered as the regulatirs of the mainspring of human life. Apo Splexy can always be. provented if the pr...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

coeill cdnGrnI ea l ut . TIIE SYDNEY FLOODS.RELIEF FUxD.-An entertainment was hekl at the Williamstownn Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening, in aid of the Sydney Floods Relief Fund, on which occasion the hall was crowded. MJr. H: R. Reid occupied the chair. Readings and recitations were delivered by Messrs W?re, Robertson, Atkinson, Fishley, Light foot, M'Carron, Dyson, Tope, and other gen tlemen. The recitations, &c., were inter spersed with singing by Miss Ryder, Mrs Sandeison, and Messrs. Dwight, Ball, Hiwden, and others. The proceeds of the entertasinement amounted to about £1.4 after, paying all expenses. MILITARY IsrPECrlON.--Major •Snce in spected about sixty members of the Williams town Artillery corps at the four-gun battery. last Saturday afternoon. The men engaged in shot and shell practice, and the firing was considered to be good, although none of them succeeded in striking the target. The inspect ing officer appeared to be well satisfied with the efficient ...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

TIIE WILLIAISTOIWN GAIS COMANY., ..The third half yearly-meeting of the share-: holders in this company was heldit Knight's Telegraph! I;ntel, 1 illiamstonn,.on?Thursday evening: . D?rempster (the, presideit-ooftihe cohpamly)"occupied the chair.. The Chairman read the report of the direc tors, and the financial. statenient fur the six months ending thie 30th of June last. Mir Mason asked a question as to what plan was adopted by the directors in giving credit to consumers, and if any one's gas had been stopped on-account of his not paying up 7 lie mentioned this because he had seen in the newspapers that one of the Melbourne gas companies had lost a considerable sunm of money through bad debts. The Chairman replied by stating that the alternative referred to by Mr Mason had only been adopted in one instance, and that was only for a very small sum. The company had no bad debts as yet, the directors taking care to see that every one paid his account re gularly every month. In the repo...

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AT FIFTEEN AND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

AT FIFTEEj AND TWEvNTY. -BY CLAA' MORETON.. never was a lovelier girl th*'in y; old' ate Emma Thornton Our teachers t disguise their partiatyto her, bu t at fruitful causeof disthrb ince did xcite my. jpalousy in this instance, for scholar in school loved Emma. Heic er was so wrapped up iu her, that itnever ired his head to marry .aain, although ma's mother had died when she was but a ild; and yet, petted and c'rcss'ed issheov-i s revery one, she was nuot intlidle'ast spoiled. SFed Stanley, a' wild ?rollicking young col legian, the very, opposite of: ourt geintle Eimmn, was her teac'ierin 7one more study than ber ther ihad tipulatidd forrwhehn he placed hl under the care of the Misses Gibbs, .boardifig-school ' wa" ?i . dangrous iminty to the college grounds. -But then; School was said to be under stricter discip ' tian 'arti one in the:plaice, "and for tlint isoni ncknasd ' The I? NUe'y b thei stiu nts. ' c a sely wcra the young ladies Satched, that under ordinary circunstances no ...

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

Boro oq Willnamstown. S,.ELECTION 0: COUNCILLORS. Tlriciby gi nbtie t at the following gentlemen :: have benmnin i ii ,as Candlidates for'olice ,of Goducillor ': - .i:, . RICHARD CLOUGH, . i t CHARLES FRANIKLIN/0 *,,,s , THOMAS ASON, L4 . JAMES M , H.4 rUGH IO ALD REID. ,.TlThe number nominat d. being in excess of the vacancies to be filled, a 11will be taken on rThirs diay hnext, Anugst Stb, 1 7, commencing at Eight o'clock a.m, and closi at Four p.m., at the Conncid Chambers, Tto son -street and No. 60 :Stevedore-street. corner o Dover-road.. , RICHARD. DOWTMAN;:, : . Mayor nd Returning Oflicer. Cmail Chambers, An lst, 1867. S Braybiok oad District. " . ORTHIERN UBDIVISION. ;NUA: ".a U ORD ARY ELECTION. : . cN"onsequence opf t. number of Canditates SI-': lein.in' exsess of that to be electedt' the S followifig having been d ly nominated :-71jfA j. : ?:· ,Thoimas M ahon. Esq.,.Y~ .. .William Fr ce Tulloh, Esq.., - . o.A FoUrwill be taken oi Thursday, cth curreiit a.-icMahon's'Hote,...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 29th July, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

WILVLI1AISTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. . Moday, 2902 Jl1.Ti, 1867. - Present-The Mayor (Mr Dowman) andCrs. Mason,. Lindsey, Power, laslani, Clough, .Cou-tis, and Franklin. r" The-iinutes of the previous meeting hav ing been confirmed, the following letters were read :--1. From Mrs. Pentland, Secrc tnry to the Ladies' Benevolent Society, ap plying for a refund of burial fees paid for two interments. 2. From the Hon. the Colmmissioner of Public Works, referring the Council to the Hon. the Conmmissioner of Trade and Customs relative to the custody of the key of the crane upon the old wharf. 3. From the Hon. the Commissioner of Lands and Survey, stating that before the Govern ment. could accede to the request for more land to the Willimunstown Borough Gram mar School, it wasnecessary tdbe iinformed to what purpose the profits of the school would be applied. [The town clerk was directed to for?sard the information required.] 4. Fronr Dir: T. Mason, ofiering to pay one-half the cost of flagging ...

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

%llcl-owad/'s ills ant` OwiinedC Tbh -its a ri al pain in the linils- Muscular pains are sometimes -ný?-nferab ? ;distressin ;j Thogh` tLey mayiuot impair the general hieath at first, iii. tiip?te'y schi mulst, be their effect if allw?di:to procdt unrelieved.` It shoul.d be en:?? no ,that aftei'fomentatio. with wane salt~n ' Holloway's Ointment. well rubbed upo, ; fected-part twice a day,? gives instan ease, it mate recovery. liolloway's Pills shoiildlso be taken to assist in the recore-ry-they prevent all'wcak.and numb`feeliugs, so apt to prevail after neur.gic and rhenimaticattacks.za lady writes '. 'After suffering.h inatyrdom friim severe attack - of-rheumatism ali obtaining no"'relief from the faculty, I tried your- Ointment and Pills, and rejoice to say that they quickly cured me,'

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

J Williamsto adies'cBenevolent Society S D PRT lr?i -calf.year, endling 30th of:Jdunel, 1507.'; efndi) , .. . 1 0-0 " : ?J "The Stewart-Bq et; " ' 15 31 0. apt Burell ? 0 J Morgan".. 0 10 ;0 Mrs. Goves .? , 5 0 , Perry . 1 10 Knight 1 t 1'0..'.tt.. 010`0 IMatheCn - ..O- 5} I Cn psise 12 is e ,, i~nrnth 5fosoell -. 10n Dn ll a bstown or euTreasrers tRepor C s. T oo u tlons 1.. 1 `,1 3' 0 dlB tnes, foel," " i ". .. lTrefuncj oa ;: . '.l 0 n, O ess:O ?rees vou- ar ? th..,,andoeo r? ' merctib life. 1 s .o uf: "-.- , c ".- ,hp M?S?-.L1o1 1J1Y,"i "-"\y LLIAMISTO'OI i,-.11 ,LLI h le FIQIZZELL, i .A.,- " . " .e ir T ,.yT , College, Dubli. r|fHlS:Lachool; lieen established tt,&mnnt: , SJ.r:t?ant that :for; some. time been felt in s'illramstown, of institution in which ? first clAan educationi ca ho obtained. ; -The coarse of; action_-will embra all the braches of; iedc n ncassary :for qualifying yonmg, gntlemen for h eUniversity, civil service, S tholearned profession. or mercantile ...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 27th July, 1867. (Before Mr Call.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 3 August 1867

Saturday, 27th July, 1867. (Before Mr Call.) Mr C. J. Harrison sued Frederick Mantel for rent, and obtained an order for 8s. Thomas Comben procceded against Andrew   Wylie for the recovery of 18s. for six loads of stone, which sum was ordered to be paid, with 5s. costs. Douglas Bell appeared to show cause why a distress warrant should not be issued against him for neglecting to comply with a decision of this Court. Several months ago a fine of 12 I(s., with - £3 costs, was imposed upon him for evading tolls, no portion of which he had'since paid. To give the man a further opportunity of paying the money, the case was adjourned for a fortnight. The remaiiting business was postponed.

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 3rd August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

- ootsioaln - pdlice ?ltur' Saturday, 3rdl Aiugut, 1867. Geo'e KiTdlnr obtiMneO an orni gaiFdlins enr. Corbett forthtCrccorvery of £RZI 2d. for goods sold and doelireod, - The'adjour'ed casc( f John Dickson r. Daniel TorpieJ,.. inJnrinx a <-nrt w struc out .th,> .-WA m aLavng ~mmp Ur. l^·,.- . .smage esstained. -

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

UA! LPOSTOFFIFE1OE-.fNTrcC, l Until furherFnotice fti recci 'ino boxe-andl?lit. jars wvill-be cleared-.is follows: ,'.Piliir, D6oglas-parade, 11.20 aim., ?1O p m. Bo'x, Ste edore-street,7 Keep and Waters'), 1125I a m., :i. p.m.. amnd?7 p:n, -'i far, Thornlson'street south, 11.45 a 1.in "I45 _ p.m., and '7.35 p.m . lBox, Nelson-p'ace (Fisher's), 12.5, 2.5, and 7.45 p.m. ;.. .M. RTCH&ARD PIPER; Postmaster,. Post Office, Willimstbwn,' Marcl 7th, 1807.

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HOW I FAILED TO GET PROMOTED IN THE NAVAL BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

HOW I FAILED,?TO GET: PROMOTED IN THE NAVAL `lRIGADE.:". Yes, Generals have.been known before non. to rise from the ranks,'and.why should not I, No 201, aspire to be something muore than a full private.1 so.I thought while on the rnad home from parade one evening some few months back. Our.captain had told us that there was to be an examination for promo tiom in the volunteer. force, and so I deter mined to consult my better half about it., I had to broach-the subject very cautiously, as Mrs - looke I with no very favourat:e eye upon volunteering. She objected to my being away from .my :fuaily so omuch of an evening, and said it was ridiculous at my time of. life to.go sailoring or soldiering,--that it ought to. be done by singld young metie.. I h.bve endeavnured to convince her that it is the duty of all citizens to protect the cololny in case of: invasion, but she always says that it would be aulficient in that case for my to protect her and the children, and wbat waold become of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

,Bor ough of illiamstown. T HEREBY give notice that at the Election held I ' beforeme oniAugust 8th, 1867, the following gentlemen were ' elected as 'Councillors for this Borough, viz: - CHARLES RANKLIN, THOMAS SON, - RICHARD LOUGH. Signed, S RICHARD DOWMAN, Mayor ind Returning Officer. Couicil Chambers, Augu t 9th, 1SG7.: Borough of Williamstown. f 'HE Council having agreed (conditionally,) to I' ere.t 50 Tree ga s and plant T?s in them, are prepared to receive pplicationsatrm persons who,,ma- desirous of hav em planted opposite or near their residentdind who are willi'gto 'liar half t cost. The cost of each tree and guard cos ete is estimated' at 20s. pplqications to be sent t#not later than Four p.m. :.on, Monday, August 12 . By Order, GEO. . SMITH, Town Clerk. CJuncil Chambers, ugust lot, 1867. S Tende s Wanted . Y y the 'Braybroo District Road ard for Clearing about miles of thi Barat Road. Specifications on vi v at the Biayl k Hotel, and at the oflice of the ngineers, . Brown ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

Notice. Subscribers at Footscray not receivi g their pa. pers regularly, will have tle goodncaess cominni cate with Mr..Georeo Smith. Potte?y IVnrks. It is particularly-requested'that 'pirtis ~ reidiii at Wyndiham, Mount. Cotterell, anti ,hlieiiiter. vening..tossnships, who take an interest in the affairs of their respective localities, will commpni eats with tho editorbofthis joiiiral.on'any ssitlect of importince transpiring ill theiri eigLbiir?h?od All letters (aithenticntedLy ti the nune aind lredd? of the writer) tbi'b?seent to tiie Crdsiecle olnice,. Williamnstowniyma v i.r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

iHEAL-?H FOR THE" INV y A'L flOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength --Loss of Health The marvellous effect of this fine medicine upon the systemn is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon re stored, a full flow- of spirits quickly followsr, the body.becomes immensely invigorated with a cee taMity of restored health : fresh air and a little exercise are neces try.to biing about a permanent state of things. Ilolloway's Pills imparts tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and iii a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extraordilnary virtues they have obtained the largest sale of any medicine.in the world. Head, Heart, Lungs and Stomach. Loik to the regularity of the functions of these foundations of vitality. Iolloway's Pills restore to order the slightest departire from the proper action,'and, therefore may be considered as the regulatrs of the mainspring of human life. Apo pdeiy can always he prevented if the p...

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The Chronicle. AUGUST 10th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 10 August 1867

AUGU ST Ot1?? h, 1-. . -- . A xa who devotes his attention torpoiotics natnrully'expectr tolare Iins conduct criti cised arin in?cts :condemned by some of the public journals of"the` courit, but -.vhen nearly all.the-newspapers attack lin it is 'a proof eitleiatlieW na-ninconmtnt or nnprincigled person or? pbt ypjy spirit runs very highagsainsttlnim.M is thi sort of treatient 1 A1 r Ctv rles6evin Ifuffy hissmeT1 iitl'.on.counng forwal as a candidateýfor-Dal hous? .IT Iris been abused by some becis ,- e nobt r"e. with ill the measueo£tbe Opposition, and by ohi6s .becau -ho?'ill--not- pledge himself to suplportt1,elIciillochlMinist?ry. One party has termed 1iiii7only haIlf a free-tra lei bec ? se ? e1 does not ? go the "whole ho'g".with tliemu-icn onoly ini freeit trade buttin 'lnoftlrhiquetions while the otheriblcbahc .ards1 imibecause Tie will not fall in with their ideas on the iniat?te of protection Botli -ýiccusi limin f i t Eikiih ip' an unfair position, and 'liken. hii .to, tho...

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