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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

SIEAiLTH'FOR THE INVALID "flOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health .Theo marvellous effect of this fine medicine ilionff the system is such as to immediately rally all the vital functionsi the appetite is soon ra stored, a'fnll flow of 'spirits.quiclkly follows, the Ibody,becomes limmensely invigoratel with a cer tainty of restored health: fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent ,,state of things.:, Ilolloway'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 alwaysbe prevented if...

Publication Title: Williamstown Chronicle
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A SWEDISH DISH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

A Swi nirss ADxsi.-Sonie.sears ago, three, 'of us bei o Copenhbgen,and all ngry we saitdown in aoestaurant tordin the bill off Ire was utterly incompren u e, we agr?ed to order?the,dishi which'?Gath: iongest name. -' hiisbein selected, the waiter tw stdirected to bring.one portio.for each of s s &i Time. went, but nothing'care o.::OiOer., pi6ple. rildrd, ate, and left the place,;:ad d o'ir l~ingr was keener every moment, until at'lengththe white aprobid ' kyparn' brought ni"rel a tray with three huge covered-dishea s.." ewh??re duly placed before us, higblye r pqctant ofa t eat. When the, covers were removed lo! thlere-w;ere??hree dressed catili filoers -The Ro iRoy on the= Aaltw, by . rtnxmisocr WITH A YENwEAaCe. A Newtd York-paper states that about two weeks pre ' viously delitate pink cards't the number of. t enty or monre,? were issued to announce that Pti ' Crinmn Dinner Party' would be;given -by oe 'of tfie iost fashionable and wealthy ladies r idin;Toiil{ýirraiy Hill....

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The Chronicle. AUGUST 17th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

A UGUST 17th, ISGi7. Sodoti life: in tlie colony of Victoria presents to the eye of a recently arrived Englishman pietdrces such as li 'iins seldom witnessed in tihe. old country, antd until he luas -closely eu.ainined the manchinery of coloniial societ} lie is. uniilliig to arrive at the conclusions which ultimately force themselvches upon liin. When' lhe leves his native .ind for the Eldorado beyond the seas, it is often the case that' he knows naothling of; the country to w;hichi he is jotrneying beyond tihe 'fict that it containds mines of gold, anid,that - n eigl bou w;-ho one ine muornineg laid said l good bye" to his? friends and ta kci lis departiiie for-the proiLisedI lad, had recently returned with a comfoitable -fortune.. Thus, ,even now we often find' ourn coinittimen landing amongst us equipped with -bowie-knife and pistol, full. iprepaiedt o dio hbttle witlh ia:nge blacks or defend themselves , against .uu priincipled whitcs ' Buit after the o.liirt feel iigs of surpri...

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THE PHRENOLOGIST. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

THE PHRENOLOGIST. FROM LTTEnY JANE WARD. Mir Batty: come into our parts to leckchoor`'f - friunalogy, that was two tell the people what they' was by looking at their heads.. " ,. Ar:eemas'ed he would take me,'as he wantedto find out whit sort of a wife he had got. I tolld him I rdidn't kcer to find out what sort of a huz hand I; had got, as I node already, and didd'nt want to know any more of the same sort. Bult 1 thawt I wood jict see what the frinnology man wood say about mC, as I allus node I must her a fust'rate head. When we got into the lrektur rheum.we found everybody there. I went & sot down by the square's wife, & she enquired arfture the twins, & tolld me that Josire BIyrd's wife was going to giv a party in hopes two work orf hur dawter Jane hoo was old enufl two be marrid. They lhad hopes of ketching the minister's son. The lcckchoorur stood behind a desk, & there was a white hed be4 him, onto the desk that had figgurs awl over it, &amp...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 12th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

~VI, LTAMSTOWVN fOROTUGrICOUNCIL. " . f oesiy ik A2hugqt, 1867. \Prcsent,--Thc Mayor (11r Dois;man) and Crs Mason, inlsey; lePw cr, ,Ilslam, Cliugil, Couirtise,'id j?ai'n:.d Frinklin. ¶`Tmh ndwly-elected m.menber.? ]Iaviiiug made the uiNln clhrations look their. seats The mnitesn f t eveious miceting were reaid aidl cofirniiie?d i. witch; the follow ing letters.were read :-1. From the :Town Clerk, Satndridge, aiking ifthe Williemistor? i Council vould 0 umit '-with thi:e Suandidgue Conicil ariikit?i: r -u?igmento, fobthe re ception Hi.RUH. of thie Dnkeof Edint u Nl on his arrival in Hobson's Bay. 2.: From~ this Mavyor of Davlesford, solicitin 'the Couicils coopieration to obtun the insertion of 1i clatise il?ithe aimiieded Co:pLorations Act' empowering, the. various Coiuncils and·Road Boards ,to pI:tyoff lUnk overd?ift out:of thre ites. i F: Fronm i?i.' J. Nolan; nisking for three days' leave of absience firom Wi'ilams town, which request sins coiimplied ivith.: - A: iliorild -;was ...

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THE STORY OF A TRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

THE STOR,. OF A TRAMP. h By Mns DENISON. -'S 'ha'ink y30 Miss -tian& I-yu rL; Isthe . iko'of 'lou [.d1mit.skamiet ,i; gi ctailiath oftbed fire! O'1, Ibut it's"od to see that it a wre. ,ot donc|tiis Iblssed miilth has I m s Ulotownito i fc'ilizesko tli-i'~ 'SIt 'sott tearci SMit'aoi, it's the cold. nakes me wipe my eyes, and the" kindness, Miss ; an' maybe 1'm not ,feeliun'.ellrlike.--~ias lh-rd-work-tioobeon' the Stramp.-ye may well slay that. 'yin.h I the samne woman you saw last sa» ek ?.,4--Well,-Fll-.nt deo y it;'-M';'iiiT"ii"'it .wiasi't riy cliild I lield. I'll tell ye the truth," _.Miss.. How could I carry the poor thing tot doors ' ; ) " 'W i' -- n, h I'll tell ye, Miss, an' a poor, wee, . sickly little .thing it wFe, to -be sure. The Swa'y ov it was this .A:e'd not be knowing 'Mary Bradley,; of cm,, ;, nont but the poor - klnow'the poor;, so '.y"o When I were a cirl and Mary ivcr a.girl,we both lived in a village tlinat'Islim t natme. You see, ily S, fathe rwas o-a ...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

LPOST OFFICE NOTICE. The RoRal Mail steamship Iombay will be drs patched with the mails for King Geo?Firs Souiid, Peolistde.Galle, India, China, the ?Meiditcirannal -'Pofit,; America, Europe, iad the United Kingdom. i the time appointed for closing at the Villinms town, Post Ofice,-is- For 'registered 'letters at 'si' p.m. on the 27th inst. For newspapers for the United Kingdom, British colonies; anid foreign countries;' via Southampttp and for all the intermediate ports, ,at six p.m. i o Stlih27tli inst. " For ordinary: letters vice :Fonuthaminpton and ."11Marseilles, (except letters for' France and foreign countries ria,France which mntust be posted before ' '9.30'a m)'10'a.m. on the 28th inst. . , For newspapers, to be forwnrded vit Marseilles, :ao 10a:m., .on.the 28th ins. Mtoney Orders payable in, the United -Kingdoml will be iasued lup to six ;m. on the 27th inlst. .Late lettes willl be received at tl's office as iuder, i provided the postage and fee are fully pre .p;.d bl".po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

" The Land M1ortgage Eank " U(For Deposit and Loans on Freeholds). - : Incorporated Under the Companies Statue, 1864 : '.: Offices: 18 Collins street East, Melbourne. Hon C. J. Jenner,. LL.C, Chairman. , Hon J. M r'Cae, lL L.C., Vice-Chairman. Ilobert Byrue; Esq, J.P., M.L.A. William Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. t' John Slpence Ogilvy, Ersq., Queen-street. George Wharton, Esq., J.I'.. 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. ,,lnterest.--The following are the present rates, namely:- On fixed deposits for 12 nonths.. S per cent per an Do do 6 nionths...7 do do -.. do 3 months...6 do do ;: Loans.-£100 and upwards advanced on free hold property at current rates, repayable by in stahnents. Agency.--The bank also act as agents for the iusvestmint of the capital of absentees, trust...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

Local and General News ENTERTAINMENT AT WILLIAMSTOWN.-.WE   are requested to call attention to an enter tailunent, or rather a series of entertain ments, consisting of a soiree, concert, and ball, whidh will be given at the Foreste?&', Eall, Williamstown, ou Thursday inext. Ful partFulars may be obtained by referring to 'the advertisement in another column. Er.aTtIta.-In our report of Mr Franlllin's speech at the public meeting, on the 5th inst., it was stated that he said " there was now only 0lft. or ;!ft. of water at the railway pier." Whether it was his mistake or that of d~r re rter, we are unable to say ; but at any rate t h u nn-strect wlharf was the one referred to, and ?ot the railway pier. TItE LATI:E ERE T. 1. JACKSON.- A Inecing was held at the Mechanics' Insti tute, on Tuesday evening, to consider the best manner in which the friends of the late Rev. T. 1f. Jackson, should testify their ap preciatiosi of his services in this town, and their sympathy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

.rn~m b ooIEWa te.Teji ides oW IT A llO only,- ! ling a .tane House; JL - aplly to \Ii. Hoa I'oss, lNwport. ,* .-. \:,TH? ItEEl. OODi00 ?.DD i OLUSE i on .50 feet. i fronn se f ?Inudto Dover-ruoad'd Pruce oinly` SO;;apply, JOR-CO Ul TIS . ' ; :; * . t.t , ;fo#:Coimfortable Lodgings IOI It 'Iespectiibllc' Mn, at .lrs.: 'Newson's16 " . Thisoi?son sjtreet, ?inar ]Bridge it . J"OHN IMORGANi -, FAMILY & SHIPPING 'BUTCHER, ; 34' NELSON' PLACE. - A LL kinds of small goods.-Families waited on "' for orders dnily. LADIES'; COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTOWN, -, . ,, AUBIREY COTTAGtE, CLA-tK-STREET., rCOND UUTED by'M InaH:-ossAdgi (Glasgow), rlJ. ahisdted by ijnalified Visiting Mlasters. Licit ,ited.number'of Eyoung, ladies :instructed 'i 'Englisli and foreisg Literature, most applroved modern sys tem. ._ Muic sdiis Singi i, D)ra'swinland Painting Wux fu-lowersoand Leather mcellin. - - BoTrlers received . INSiTRUCTION.,: ?1VEN son "thle PIANOFORTE. "aml H. All G ~1 MONiTU 1b- Mi"s S?t'ro o. "7, Do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 17 August 1867

A.O.F.Court Williamstown, 3013.   ,n , ;il ii'r . e b.to:y SOIREE, .CONCE RT: AND BALL,   i OiND,.j I TII URSD Y, Aulgust 22nd, 1867. .A. FTrnEA. ,MEE'TI1TC-1 WILL L HELD IN TIE ' " ..I .IFOREST RS' HAL'L,' STO SE TOLL WED-BY A GRAND ,-,". S ..VOCAL "AND' IN8 UMENTAL 'CONCERT. : x.i 110 tiake this: the n t attractive Concert c?ver T .L~ ~yeno in Willia town; the servicesof the followitg popular Artis h ive been secureld- f "t'1AD.lts IVIIcTOI'E PE '(the 'Clebrated Pianist), n;x Mius .PinPs iti (ths accoimplisid Soprano), n" cdir ,assistdd by a Lra Amateur (pupil of ' a' ~iap ett), NM ta man, Mr. A. Hani?ihire,; F u .. Bchan, at ' .r.: Hampshire. F ,? t . . . ,t 1 .E: .'d'ed-Th esacePathbyt elover, (Loder3 Pr.ryenan . oc-Son. ?o :, ';" - :' Mr. R. aniae Csome e- --. n. -Bn ' n ' Mr. g ag ir.ccit ' So'i-:-: ch to t?oe," "- Wr.: - M" F. 'hBeen" , .'- Aofn and ci~ coE e : .,- Capy nu il i ntlekR 7t -Per-lm an -: - Ic'Te' taiuic.and~ tery a tner re .':"A "?? ",'...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

,illi inrc tts Ic f tiiPts. .Siir'ronge, th famoni Londn 'preacher, - nictitunei ets off au nmuziiaigly goiod thing. Brethroen,' ?;atid he, the ithe'er day, in the cotirieof -hit: wiiderfidl .atenxcticiil isermoiis 'ifGod had?i referred the ark to a c?maluittee on iiaivl affhiji, it's my olinrio it iwould not have b eonbuilt yet TuiE LA?uG or A oi AF" .A . io. man has '?ino nituralg ift muire bewitching than a swet"laugl' It is like the sound of lutes oni the wrter.-..Irleaps finm her in a clear spark ling rill ;' d ilit?heart that: heairs it feels as if bathedCl iii- I?c?iul exthilaiti-ng sprini. IHive you ever puruned: ;an ullnseen fugitive ittroiigh trees,led oin bi ia fairy igh -now hlie, nmiwthcre, i?o llmst, now found ? . We have; and we are pursmiing that voice. to his day. Sometigies it wilt' come to. u in the :iiidst of ciare mnd alirro, or irksonie busi?iess and ie turin awy -nel listien and hear itriing :?ing. llbrnougi the roiii like a silver bell, with piower to scare a...

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DODSHUN AND HIS GRANDCHILDREN. Measter Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

DODSHUN AND THIS GRAND CHILDREN. ileaster EcEdit?: Sun,-I cend yn a smnaul report of a pick nick I led with mi grand children. A nise chady spot, the day wvas cloudy. I have bin goih tu a comin schule. Thar's meny of theni about. The best scollar was to hel a nu tin hat, and for the best cornnundmun, there was to be a luther meddle. The fol lowin queschins was anscrcd satisfakterly : IN ATIETLmTrICKS. What's a figer 7-A' man who grows figs. Why is a good accountant like a ship 7 Both has got figure heds. What's additiont -Gittin merrid. The ride of three l-Hev in a baby. Multiplikshl n 7-Heaveu cix. Compound distraction 7-A duzin. How canyou squar everything2--Turn insaulvent. What is a pollygon 1-A woman bolted frot hur bed and bord. What: is a sigh for - Wantin that yu cant git. Woats an acre7- The tuth-ake. A' rod or poal --Thing to lrhish witlh. What's a pint l-One er.d of i neadle. A gal-on 1-One of the fair sec takin a ride. -What's a pound --Place where cattle's got.' A ton 1...

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POETRY THE MIDDY'S ADIEU. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

SPOOETRY TIlE IIDDY'S ADIEU. A et. ye iftls.- 'till t[ repeat A pirtinlg sigla t thle fleet, VWhos Station is at hone. Th?n watt tti Sea boy's shnopie pra er, And let it oft Ih whispered thern, Wille other eclines we roan. Farewellto lather, Rcvcrcndl hulk, Ai snaplteo of mtai, out o bulk,. Nor soon his cable slip,, ,lint while the pirting tearia nioltt, The ILg of leratilnde arI hJnt In duty to the ship. Farewell to mother, lirst rate she, lWho launched me on tilf's stoermy e,. . Ant riicl t-e ufor- aad ait : ay lr eiilitcanc her tihbcr.i slpirc, And keelp he hull ill gEoud repair To tuow the saLnr crraft.L Farewell to sister, lively yacut, .ail whetltur sheo bl mallal or lJi I cannottnno- foreee. ay some kindl Tar a tendler irave, . Well stored in sail anl suit of love An:l take her unitder le. Farvoweil to George, the jolly hatt, And all the little cr.ft afloat In hoome's delightful bay;: Vhen thler iarm at saliyg-g.eg . i.y wisdomn give tihe weather g ign Anl ga'erd ithcm en ath...

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"GO IT ALONE." [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

"GO IT ,LO fE." BY JoHN 0. OAXIS Tiere a game much in fahlion, i think it' caledl Euchre Though I've never played It for ptearor, or lucre, In which when the cardls are in certain eonititos, Th- players appear to have changed their leviticns . And one of them cries in a connldcnt tone- " think I might veutnre to go it alone u . Wh.l watthing the game, 'tis a whhn of tile brnl's, A monrtl to drtw froml the skirmish in carnt, And to fancy he finds in the trivial strife S:me esxcellent htint. for the Icttlo oi life' Where, whether thle prize be a ribbon or throne, Thile winner is he cahao racl "go it alone "' When great fahlto peoctaimct that the world, Ill a regular orbit wacu cesinglc whirled, And gat-not a eonvert for allof hls ltins, lat only dercsion, aml prion, cnd chlinsea "tc movcs Io r alithat," u, Ilic tnacerir? tone, For Ie knew, li1k tie arlt, he ncoald " It alone !" When Kieicer.,ith luntellect, piercing e..re Di?covered the l?aws of each Ictanet and star ; And doctors, u?...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

POST OFFICE-NOTICE;. The Royal Mail steamship Bombay will be des: patched with the' mails for King Georve's Soind, Point de Galle;India, China, -the Mleiterranean Ports, America, Europei and the United Kingdom. I he time appointed for closing at the Williams towsn Post Office, is For registered letters at -six p.m on the 27th inst. *For newspapers fortlhe United Kingdom, 1ritisl colonies, and foreign countries, ;via Southampton and for all the intermediate ports, at six p.tm. on thc 27th in?st. "" For ordinaty letters via Southampton and Marseilles, (except loieters for France and foreign countries "ia France which must be posted before 9.30 a.m. ) 10 am. on the 28th inst. - For newspapers, to Ie forwarded irh Marseilles at 10 a.m., on the 28th ins' Money Orders payable in the United Kingdom hill be issui:ed I: to six p1 i. on the 27th in-t. Ieto lctte.s will ble receivcd at th:s office as under, providedl the postage and fen are fully pre phid l,y postage .etamps. Ricl?uAnn PIP'E, ...

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BAPTIST CHURCH, WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

B.1PTISr Ont, uCh `iV LLI ASTiM 11 :-We piercive by adverti'cwlent. trat t Baiptist Canuso has ,ec'n ora: uxt~cd ,ucre ,undrn the inauaacnietit of; ttlc lBaptist Association' of VictoriaL.; :Tilcl hertyv ci3-oprttion orl the B qptist friie uibsis crcfully sogbht. MuGt V? 00 It u-. i stt., ii t.is early as possiuble lifter thae o:ýiidiu',iiu orfte plrcsnt asou fParliiuuuiuut thw Ibtua. 1?- Vuerdou will' piruiete tuo ILouudiu' wiuce hii will: rr euaueutlv. resiudc asi uunoiut='euienul of thlue c.*Iouiy of Victori:.'" It is irib.ibke tliat in CoiiiiChtLin. with Mr.i: ;Vcrd iii s visit iii Eullaud, stepjui-ll. be tadkctrito securmra' it eo uuouus,` tuid weull ScIectuud strew n o eiwutig tttuoui to the colwug

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUcUST 23. An?niv.,s.-Gem, sch, f-om Belfast; Southern Cross str, froni Hobart Town; Tasmania, str, fro.n L; unceston; Alexandra, str, front Sydney ; .Lier:es Edward; str. from Bairn dale. . SamrED.-Wonga Wonga, str, for Sydney ; Lady D.ake, sch, for Belfast; Helen Ann, sch, for Wyi yard; Georgina Smith, sch, from Warrnam T ind.-t E .. very light, at 4 p.m. TIet ship Jtmes Guthrie, which lately arrived in this port from America, was taken up on the Government patent slip on Thursday for inspection. TUo repairs to the ship Joshua Bates are nowaill but completed, and it is anticipated she will be able to lraive for Hong Kong within a fortnight from hence. T.? ship White Star has arrived from Liver-. pool, with 400 Government and warrant ,assengers. - . -. ' T a barqoe John Eyeston has been taken into Kilgoor, McLean and Co's floating dock for the purpose of examining her bottom. The necessary repairs having been completed in two or three days...

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NEGRO DEBATING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

*NEGR.O DElATIxG CLUB -The fullinwin iegr, discussi.ii ab:uti ecgs will aniusc,somc if our readers:-Ii tile fairest villaie f Westierin w Yerk, tlioh 'cllid pnusens. in nluititl of their white brethren, formed' a deiating siciety for ilhe li urose of idiiproving tlihir iiiiids by ilh discuissi ifu!lstfucitv :ion eiitiitnltin tpiqlc.. TIhe delibeiatdlni if. thl seriety were prasided over y.i veiierile t.iirke y, wini pie fiiiierd the duties with tibe utaiist diegnity ecu li iir tis liia cllour. Tlie snilj;ct for disucllsinii l i 'icctiiiion of wlich we write wns, l Whichll m de miudder obe hliickeii-thle heii wvo: lis'y d. ci', ' r ide Jeien wvt 'liatches de d hickt' ihei qctitii wlis wiarnily debated, and iimany reasos pro aind con were iuredn and oinba?tcd, by the excitcd. i'siinitats. Those inl favour of .lte liter proip.sitiin iwere evideintiy in the ni lority," aiid lthe president m;ulde nio atlcii)lt.to ciiiieire that his sympatlies wer e with the; domiiin,'t party. Al lengthi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

Notice. e Sulbscriters at Footscray not rceiving their pa. pc's regularly, will hlave the goodncss to communi tate with Mr. GeorsUe mith. Pottery Worksi. It is particularly rcqoestedl that parties residing at Wylndhani, lount Cotterell; and the inter vcning townships, who take an interest in the afioirs of their. respcetive localitie, will comnini, cate with the editor of this journal on any subl'cct of importance transpiring in their ieigl.lmurhood. All letters (anthnctiated bly the name aml address of the writer) to ie sent to thti. Chronsitde office, Williamstown.

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