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The Chronicle. AUGUST 24th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

TiiE two bincliecs of the .Victorian Legis lature have once more come. into collision; and the country is threatened with l ano thier "dead lock" ans~ disastrous :as .lthat which took place not long since `r The'. Legislative Counicil, oni Tiesdayi evening, as was to be expected; rejectedl'the Appropria tion Bill which hild been sent tup by the Ar scmbly, beause: iat- contained the vote of '20,000 to Sir. Charles Darling.?..On that' occasion Mir: Fellows stated the case very clearly, showing tlnat. in.this mani ter it was the dilty of the Gov;ernment to follow the precedent which hbad been established by the House of Commons, and mnia ke the grant to Sir Charles Darliing the shbject of a separate bill, in order that the Counicil might be at liberty to reject it if they thought fit, with out causing ai'other crisis. Thiis Mir '2ic Cuillocl and his colleai. es.kikow as well as any. one,. and this o would 'assuredly ih'ave been tihe course 'they 'would ".adopt' had they -believed that"...

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Foots[?] Police Court. Saturday, 17th August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

Saturday, 17th uiguat, 1867. (Before Messrs. C0:!l d ;Brown..) The Borough Coumnil Knsummoned Mrs. Wild to show cause why a distress warrant should not be issued ngainst I·cr fir non payment of rates, amounti-'n to .£1 12s Gd. The case was settled by tlh declndant pay ing the amount claimed, with Ts Gd costs. James W. Thompson was ;ilso sued by the rate collector for the-recover-y of rates for the years 1865, 186(, and 1807. Mr. Wilkinson appeared fi)r tLh delfnco, and advanced several legal i?j.ctious *gaiinst the claim. Tie IBench, :;t?-r silme licitation, said thei would mlake kniown thelir decih.i)ii next Saturday, to whiich timu the c:su was adljournid. J. W. Taylor obtained an order against Francis Brown for £7, with 2s Gd costs. Denis Dow-s was proc2ol:d :ag.i;nst tfi as saulting Jolhn 1. Downes-. After hicaring the particulars, whiclh wi-rc of a pa.ltr nature, the Bench lined the dcfe?dauat 10s, and 2s Gd costs. John Sitters was ordiyc:l to Ipay Jo': Ellis, £6 8s, and 5s fee...

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A MATRIMONIAL OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

* A MATrIMION A OFIoCE. Tilhe Pldl lal r C.G;tltie Lies n nll isi o, p. of the ollperations of nn "Oillhee fi t,.liattlLinil Marriages," said lto le the only ostablishlntcL of the kifil existin" in ]l-o:l-'iai. C c, siits of Mr. •lunh Schiwnrtz L On., tho ?." being. Mrs. Schwalrtz. in their c-intlar Itiy s,- h) lu: Iolw refercces of the i h ii,-s hari-,r, -:11" a-r ptc I-ared to crirepond iiiin in- iretcn I :tmnci ai with any ctlstollner who ilay h, Cnjliillly inclined. They ag es to enisurll pc:fete satisfxfctisu iii the delicate niegotiations they l:tdli-taic, att no ex cuption, certainly, can hb litan t i their teris. Nolp-rclis-yllysltii ,fla 1 kitil i- rciei eticil fl111 their client., olve for pi,-tag.-, oit'l 'Ifr t',- '-.fa risrt anl then the lmatte: is left entirh it ti..he hlntI of the parties concerllc,. As tll. -i ar :iuchli tlir o hiUClnl thanl thoec of Slmilt". estibllishmets in this counlty, all of which inti,: :. i li l stie::'t l hlt'lry fees in al-anlw, we gcie oo ...

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

t F nd, N the Steamboat ?. arf, a Kangaroo Dog with (9! J -: Chsiii and Collar the ow ner can have it by Paying Expenses; App to G. Leary, Butchrr, WVilliamstown ". Wan d, A. GENERAL SERV NT; apply to Mrs .1. Birnie, ilorris-stre . Wanted, A THOU'AND Gross of AL., and POI:TEI: - BO2'JLES. Hlighest price even. Williaustown Brewery. WANTED, flOWLS and Ducks ; apply to Messrs Elworthy . and Dobbin, Nelson-planc. A Bargain. STHREE-ROOMlID HOUSE on 50 'feet frontage'of land to Dover-road. Price only £70; apply JOHN COUIlTIS. Comfo bie Lodgings TOR RIespectable ln, at Mrs. Newson's, 16 .I' Thompson street, Bridge Tnn. JOHN MORGAN, FAMILY & SHIPPING BUTCHER, -34 NELSON PLACE. ALL kinds of small goods. Families waited on for orders daily. INSTRUCTION. - GIVEN on the PIANOFORTE al ITAR " - MONIUII by Miss Surrros, Ndo. 27 Ddver road, North Willianmstown.: ELWORTHY AND DOBBIN, FAMILY AND SHIPPING BUT0.JIERS; NELSON PLACE. N.D.-Families waited' on Daily for Orders. OLe Trust Money FT]O...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

THE WrIXsr VowX)o YEAEititFRiEiknDLY, Socia.rv.-TIhe WVilliainstoirn Yearly ]riendly c Society held thi'i annual meeting on Monday. evenin",in the schooiroom of :the Church of Englanld. This societywhich has been in ex istence "twor'vyea'rer' tii s; e'ltablish ed3 for' tlhe purpose -"6f rclievii su~ch of its meimbe-s as by sickness' 'o aciccidnt' were unable to follow their employmein.t Mr .Plowman, thhe secretary, read the report aid financiil state: nent. which hiad' beeif duly naudited. By these ldcunienti' it appeared that the society numbered thirty-two members, nho had con tributed during the last' year?e £R 'S. 4d. of whiclh£15` 10 I. had been paid to sick and distressed brethren. Four ; deaths had oc curred during the last twelve months. The bialance, £48 18s. 4d.; was distributed among the surviviing members; who expressed their satisfaeti; aim t athe' iniunnier' in which ' the society's afflirs had been conducted.' Five ne memlliers ,were entered, and oflicers were app.oin...

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

HEALTH-FOR-THE INVALID RLOLLOWAY'S PILLS Loss of Appetite-Loss of Strength -Loss of Health The-marvellons effect of this fine medicine upon 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, the body becomer imineusely'invigoratcd with a cer tainty of resoired- health : fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things. Holloway's Pillsimparts 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 reuilarity of the functions of these foundationseof 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 canalwaysbe prevented if the proper act...

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

j *';,i " * 1iTHE 3rTROrPOLITp.. ; + ,. *,'< S:: 's o cxE T "'sr.' Establishled- prsaont to the Fric?dly S cieties Act, 1S55 S-hares One Hundred Pounds each. Eolntire Fee, 5eprl Slu, ; S.i;'r r"ii, ioser .shire per * " " , : RIIi; alcm lt +, £..fl. .lD , " e 'i m r 'S'.re per Vonth.. At thi pt.tionof the lorr?wer.1? OFFICE: (-l EjLIZAbITII STIEETI,. nrEtBOUi F. ;:. P* . S I3-tI. SSLrt, Eq., P.M. Pres ie. :. 'uah Templeton, Es., V?-iei't-T?eptt U'. . - -, l Trustees.?` no . n 3 0Grely. EDO ;ML.A .1 J Thnompn. Es q., LLA. J.Daieso i., P. .. F.leoyd, EsI.,J.P, . ....:-+ :._.^ Ad ' ?litors. :q E Cowly, Esq. : ' . :' A. Priestly, s.? : ; HLenry IL Haytr, I E., Trer. :. , 'I i. r :ee. Committee: IrJ Hot. 'Mr . . ri d. "' 1" 'Ij. . nHunt M irts.t.lp tr+. i ' : , . Mr J. MG'Cotcmio M p Wat ate .'"' -' MrJ. Netion. 5 r- +iic0 , '+...· 5i.': . ;? - W'*' , lJ. , ,. wU " ;·: ·;; ';;i;l' :!*;" ''""i t~ ^""'1 . Stewards. aie. itae siUm Coas o . e -r . Mr. TS. Coo .... '.. . .. . h Bank...

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Williamstown Police Court Saturday, 17th August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Mason.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

{: -.: Saturday, 171 Adi,4lust 1867. C .r ! (B3efore Mlessrs.: all and' .Mason'.)' . r J ames Erskine and William Shand, seaman belong~ g to a vessel just arrived in the.liay3, werebroulhtupfor illegally usingtwo a hoises, belonging to one Willinui 'Bow.° It I was sliown that the prisoners cinteied ai paid- L dock on the pirevious'day, where- the horses s were grazing, and;' iiounting the' beasts d without saddle or bridle, rode them furiously 5 about the ground. The owner was present, and protested vigorously against the vnwar- t mutable liberty taken with his property; butfinding that there was no virtue in words, f lie resorted to harsher ' measures, and at once called the police and fivo the prisonrs in charge. ." .. :: .. The prisoncrs, iwhl n called upon for an explanation; exhibited a considerable deg'ee of monr.:tnrpitnde from :'?want of compre hension,-to, siderstuid in what way M?rBoir: should feel 'aggrie: ed i their conduchtt.' The Bench, after'delisveing an interestii?g...

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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, COURT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

.ANCIE T .ORDElRIOr'PYFORESTERS, COURT 'i UAntaAlSiTOW.-,t- e tenth .iiniversaryof the above ,Court was. celeratcdlin their own Hall, on Tlihrsday eireieing;; by a Tea.1 Meeting, Codh0lcr r ;;'i Ball.- Since their lastfestival, the. bu ilding-hi Lbeen- fittobl tir witdh gas, requireements especially the Hall, which hais tao po e :fful l. refcctin? sun light, a great itmp.ioeeimnt uponi the old hclnmdeliers.,:.'.'he:attendance at the\ Tea Meeting, although fair, was not so incniurous as, could. have beein wislied, nor ias it cxikct: 1 1; such as theexertions of the Conunittee dcleried. Slhortlv after the table was clear ed, the Concert commenced with a pianoforte duet (COiinury: Qudailrill e by 'Maidame Pett and, a lady pupil, iftervwhich Mrs. Pc?iyiniin gave "There's a patlih bythie iiver" in a style vbif' seldomni sirp?ssed.:in Ihis.towni.- Mr.. Piy?[int' well, satisfied the audicuci with " WilIt?'-the-oWisp." "" Mr J. H.mpshire sang 'Motheriki.sed ame iii? my dream;". ; which with...

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LETTICE WYNNE'S TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

LETTICE rWYNiNE'S - TRIAL. ..-.. BY ABLY RAANDOLPIH. 'YOU'LL nev. r die nan old rmaid,' my prett.y lady! But there's troaube coiming on you, my pretty !' pursued the old dame, bending her wrinkled face until'it nearly touched thile velvet-white hand.' 'A d:rk, dark trouble,- and it's not fair off, neither-it's written as if--' ' Nonsense !' ejaculated : Lettice, - drawing away her hand with a slight shudder. 'I don't want to hear any more of my fortune told-it's getting too absiurd Send her away, 1r Vail-it makes: me nervous !' l3,e tossed back the lovely shower of glossy; golden curls, as if relieved to be rid of the matter; while Dudley Vail disissed thle seclet-cloaked heldanme with •raitnity that sent her.rjoicing down the steep romlnantic patihi that led to the beach below. Vail threw himself lightly tdn the grass at the young beauty's feet, while lalph Seymour le:aned swith folded arms, and dark ciintracted brow against the gnarled tuink of a gigan. tic old oak. All day long h...

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FRANK HARLOWE. A DOMESTIC TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

I?IANK HARLOWE. A'DOMESTIC TALE. IT was with a a:clouded brow. *ndrand n-gry eye that young Franik iarln e istood loolkiiig upon his father's face, aicd liearkenin~, ib his words, as he violently rebuked hinm. The' flush ?u in the old ;uiu'? chieek betalnedlt?le tempest that ragcd within his hreiast, and his raised and clenched hanald .scendcd in fear ftLl emtbasis as e nttr yct.le aod, ..L.Obey. me or, by lheav;t, you le;ieve 'y litisel fir ever !.'.C+< :'3: r' -,Mr:-larloawe,. the faithe of-Fr.ank.wvasa .~i of those unfortunate mau; whosetimpulses atre stronger than their p iwecif reai tace. His passion-ontce aroused, reason,-affectioni com mon'kiniihess werei .frgtten'ii itliestormi that-held him in mastery?f Tile: hasty and sevcre word "that contteys sucih bitti'netss in its utterance, in his-'iiiids .of -temper- was always `ready, a.nd dhehasty blow full-upon his children withtl cruel -vilence, at- the least provocation. Correctiith they never received. It was the vi...

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

DAY+FOR THE C PLETION OF THE S ;7: J. OG RAL ELE ORAL L .' "I . - T is hereby notified for eneral information that I ' . . by The( Elctoral Act 865 the day' xed. for thecompletion of the Gen at Lists .is a 1st of S - iSeet .illi"r 4 each year, stead of ej 1st of 'A . ,it'lbolheretofoie." The:lst of September occu ?g ont iday in this e.: ar,?Monday,,the 2nd of 'e mber, will statid in . i thereof as provided by said Act. " ,X,ýl?ealsons'taking out El tors' Rights lip to . :in-lay,'tho 2nd of Septemb " will therefore be entitled to'have their name placed upon the Generl,List for 1867. - .J cCULLOCIL Chief Se.,retary's Office, ircmflbo?rn, 15th August, 1867. . ,,Borough of Williamstowni. - : NOTICE OF AS?SFsMIF NT : AND NTENTION TO MAKE A RATE.1 N : OTICE is hereby given that it is the intentioni of the. Council of the Borough of Williams Stoii on September 2nd, 1867, at their.Ordinary. -.t?. ig, "at Seven o'clock p.m.. in the tsoncsl CI " ' ? hambers. Thompson-street, to make Special `...

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

The. .Lan d1;1Mortgagea i Bank t;FouDe sitaiiad Loans, ofre 1rehotdsL. ) l In'torrted ihilUer the Cmpsiaies Stttiic, 1q4 , Oflices 18 Colliis?sitreet 'lst, Melbourn. / H nC .J.;Jdenner.. M.L.C.. Chiriman.. , St lun J.T M'Crae. .IO CC., V haihirman.... - Rolieiflyrie Isej, .P., M.IA. WVilliainaDetmold, Esq.; Colliis-st"reet SJoin ;Spenceo0gil. ' Esq., aQueZ nstreet. : G(eorge Wharton;,Eoq ,J.I.. Architect.: - - "% This Dajnk is estoblished , for the purpose of receiving deposits, for fixed periodls and lending on fieeboldproplirty on the sstrtm of Lrd Credit, "? which has been attend il with sucth iarked success " in Europe, India, Canalda, &c., :i r lnterest.-The following are thel present rates. namely - On fixed deposits for 12 monbthsl S per cent per an .Doi : do t* .. ,'months...7 ::do d o:` o. do; i:i 3,months-0...G' do' do; Loans. £100 and .pwa?rds. advaneed :on; free -holllpiO l?ety t currentristes, repayable by: in sttniee.ts:' " Agency.-The hiank nsa! act as aents- ...

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BRAYBROOK DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

BRAYBROOK ' DISTRIOf :ROAD BOARD. 4 ILe , The ordinaiy, mointhly meeting of \ Board was held at the Braybrook Hotel on - the 20th inst. Presciit-Messrs,, Staughton, McMahon, McIntyie, Hopkins;'Derhamiund Dodd. In tie absence of the chairman, Mr Dodd pres?ilcd. - The new -members, Messrs.-- McMahon, McIntyre and Hopkins, handed in the usual declarations before taking their seats. The minutes of the previous meeting~ivere read and confirmed. ,The following com munications were received: 1. From the managers of the Melton division of the Farniers' Comnions, ncriclosing account with £18 1~s., being the nett pro ceeds. 6 2. From Mr W? Pullar, toll manager, with account to 1 Ch ultimo, and enclosing cheque fqr. £31 is Gd being theTmoieLy due to the Board. 3. From the C missioner of Roads and Bridges, adv isiig ~lhat the exchange of road on account a .fFisher, had been gazetted on the7i 4-t. . . 4.From ommissiconcr of Roads and Bridges, adisi g a depuitation.' from the Hothamn Council at h...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 August 1867

Shipping Intelligence.     ARRIVED. August 17. - Western, str, from Portland ; Lincolnshire, ship, from London; Penola, str, from Adelaide ; Ocean Wave, three-masted sch. from Hokitika ; Murray, str, from Launceston. August 18. - Samson, str, from Port Albert. August; 19. - Gothenburgh, str, from Hokitika : Melbourne, sch, from Warrnambool ; Margaret Chessell, sch, from Wynyard ; Dart, sch. from Circular Head ; Tararna, str, from New Zealand. August 20. - City of Adelaide, str, from Sydney ; White Star, ship, from Liverpool ; Lansdowne, ship, from the Downs ; Jet, sch. from Port MacDonnell ; Mary Ann, sch, Corner Inlet ; Moria, ship, from Leith. August 21. - Star of Peace, str, from London ; Mogul, ship, from Liverpool ; Balmoral, sch, from Hobart Town ; Jane, brig, from Newcastle :   Clarendon, brig, from Newcastle ; Far Away. bqe from New York. August 22. - Coorong str, fro Adelaide ; Wil- liam Ackers, bqe, from Newcastle ; Flying Squirrel, s...

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Footscray Police Court. Saturday, 24th August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

ootsqltra, 4oliceq " ourt. Saturday, 24th August, 1867. (Before Messrs. Call and Brown.) The adjourned case of the Borough Council against J. W. Thomson for the recovery of rates for the years 1865-66, and 67, again occupied the attention of the Bench. The latter, understanding that the defendant had made an offer to settle the claim, advised him to do so. The present summons was therefore dismissed, but the complainant was at liberty to take out a fresh summons. aIr Thomson denied that he had ever made an oflir to settle the case. The town-inspector sued Charles Emerson for allowing pigs to wander at large, for which he was ordered to pay 7s Gd. D. Mitchell obtained judments against the following persons for goods sold and de livered :--J. Turton, £2 15s lld; J. Tobin, £2 Is lid; G. Lomax, £1 16s 10d; J. Gibbons, £14 17s Gd.

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FOOTSCRAY BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 28th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

FOOT-SCH?o 1s?'ol OUGH- COT CILL. Pre??eit--?'csss. alla?twy, Jolhnson BAel;, Fop l,;dis?,, , Imphlre? and lowley. ;." - ". I tilo atbsetnceof the mayor, (r: tibkis t.as voted to the chair. The minutes "of the previous meetirig :.*~ i,,ing beein cnfirniedli?follo wing ,ltter:, w re read w ---l"T, the towp clerk, Willilois't town; auimng the committee formed 'for the p" rios `sof negotiating with the Williamstown' Co,--oiittee on .the subject of makiing a road bcetweeL the two boroughs 2. Tofr McKee; solicitof, requesting him to press for-a setile ;'ienit of the difference between this Council. ?i?nd the English, Scottish and Australian " Chartered Bau:k. 3. To Mrs Mullen, stating tlat'tlicense had been .granted to Messrs. 'ii?tisford and-Co., to quarry on ground in .iraocis street, subject to the usual conditions. T 'e' Public Works Committee's report was subliitted,- recommending the acceptance of Thoiiias Cover's tender to remove the pound fI;r' 4 l3s. The Committee had instructed...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

u-'.".tillanýL ,ro 01 oli[1 oi)Ollrt. There: was no business before this Court on. Saturday. S ,Moday,:26th August, 1867. . (Before Mr." Call, P.M.) Jodseph Elliott; a seaman belonging to the ship Star of Peace, was charged by 1Mr D. "W. 'GCsett, tide-inspector, with. smuggling tob?ieco. About eight o'clock on Saturday evening. Elliott niet Water-police Constable. Gi?skett, at Williamstown, and offered to sell. him lb.- of tobacco cheap, upon which the offlice took him in charge and seized the smuiggled gods. . Th value of the tobacco was 4 pler poiund when the duty was paid. JWhen taken isito custody the prisoner stated that he had got -the tobacco from his ship iniites, but'they all denied any knowledge of it: he?They' stated, "'howeyer, that w. en .tobiccowas rist served out to the crew on bo i, a quantity of it suddenly disappeared, andi hd never been seen since 'The prisoner wais fined 20s., or in default ten `damis' "imprisonment. A. siamen- niameid lichard. Stephens was "char...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

'NOTICE OF ILOTEON. ..Cr..Johnson : To move- That the Council, at its next ineeting, pro cced to consider the question of salaries to officers for the ensuing year. ?L·-" . . . . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

Subscribers at Footscray not receiving theirpa pers regularly, will have the goodness to comn(nil SItec with 2Ir. (Geor?c e.?mith.' Puttery W?Orkas. It is particularly requisted that parties resaiing at WVyndham. Moont Cotterell, audl'the inter. vening townships, .who take an interest in the affairs of their respective localities, will comlmml? cate with the editor of this journal on any suh ect of importance transpiring in their neigl.,btirhood. Allletters (nautheticate? by the name and address of the writer) to be sent to the Chroticle otfice, W- _. illiamnstown. .

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