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INTERNATIONAL RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

. INTERNATIONAL =RiFLEL MATCH. The followin?" is thie result of a match'which came?off at the Willi'amstown Butts on Sat urday last" the competitors being 'voluifteers resident in the' district. Tihea'distances were 200, 500 nid 600 yards;; seven rounds at each distance, with Government Large Bore Riflesa51(s. l'g a O is allk It should he mentioned that the English teanim cimed `t?o points ii?ndditihontowhatt was` recorded, Iut: the clUin was disallowed. We understand9 that ti'e;;Scotch would have' been declared:the victors7 evenif' the points had been given, as.it.was, previously resolved in case of a tie to count back by pairs ofi slits. "' r ý rý," !:·,i;; i Ydsi.j ydut:I." ý.9dBi1Tot Ci .tsselWA A 5t0 1'" 5- - 17 . 5, Gunner M?ir, V.N.B-22. '19 1'. 14 5, . -HuttonW.A. iS; 18 ,16 "y 15rirj 49 4' Leust" Stark,- ,NB. 17 17` 15" 409: MajorFullarton,.S..B.", 14, ,13,' i1x5'; 39"i ounr h ' .A. : . - 4. - '??~ 49S C~e ~n'rsm "11' 'iS"' -1 7'4. Lieat F lees . 'V A -18 16 9. 9' .. '43" G...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH PORT PHILLIP HEADS, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRA1P H PORT I'IILLIP HEADS, AUGUSTSO. "ArmuwALs.-i-Nil. - SAtILo .-Yon Yangs, str, for Sydney ; Samson, str, for Port Albert; Aldinga, str,"for Adelaide ; Alcandre, seli, for Newcastle; JohnuEys to, hqe, for Adelaide ; Exonia, seh, for Newcastle; Alex andra, -sclh for 'Adelaide: Blalmoral, schb, for -liver Don; -Victoia, sh, for Corner Inlet ; Schie dam, ship, for Newccastle ; Lady Darling, str, for ?. Liverpool; Gem, sch, for Belfast, Essex, ship, for Downs .Wind.-W.N.WV. fresh, at 4 p.m. T. E steamirhilp Lnna. after having the danage she susta.ined in the late collision tbironz-ly repair-. ed, was launched from V-right's platent slip on Wednesday, and towed up the river. rite ship James Guthrie, from SBoston. has been on ,the Government patent slip, and had a fal-e keel- at on, and her copper replaced where dcfec lirve. --She was launched from tle slip on Wednhes day,' iiorrelpairs having been conrpleted. Tne clipper ship Australian. fronl London. while heing'bert...

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THE BILLSTOWN CONTATRICE. Tune—Dorothy Drew. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

S THE . .ILLSTOW S CONT TRICE. .' s, S uee-Dorohy" Dfrew. cSweet Angenni DesnibnV.' 1" AUll lasses does excel, " . -.he's the envy of the Dress-monde, r , . i ;A lovely village belle;: I- .' SIlerancesor, an Earl old, , Fellfighting at the oyne, His title and estates were soll?,- . ! idswleft withont acoin:. Choris-She is very fond of dancing. S Can dance the highland fling- " Asn mocking bil or nightingale, So chanmingly does sing., " Poortiths fell blast so elhl,"~ All Catholles then did feel,- : :' Through Orange Hanoveriill, i .:', A. ; .. ,All for the Commonwei, 1 own ltothe time wheAngeline, '"' " " Upon onse winter's night: 'ý SDropt from the clonds upon life's scene, All hearts for to delight. Chorus-She is very fona of dancing, &Let Tlhere was a Resolte young man, ,: .?f, :: ; Wished herto Teg-away, " S But when his motives she did scan;" . She lnch plrefferredl to stlay . ,. Gaslightmen, sailors, soldiers too. - Tried hatl to win lier heart: ; Set up a hideous Hill...

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PRICE OF GAS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

PRICE OF aGAS. - IlBy ' riference to the acc?,np;nysig state ment it will be seent that- thel chlarges foi gas by our local ;Company compare .very fa~ouri ably, from-the consumers' point'of view, ntilh. those of other~GC ipanies ;; the two Met'ro; politati .c;,inanies being, the otily ones whoJse charges are below our own,,- ' ' PnIVATE CO.SU.l.ns PrinlC LLMrSI. Melbourne 11 O per thousand feei9 t Odusk till nrise. Collngwood 11 .! ,--..-" 0. do W allimstownls O ,,1 s des'd k tilll'm.. Sandridgo 10 0 Geelong , 17. , - - Ballarat 2)-0- . .:?. t ,l'dusk t11.1 a.s.! Cstematna 7 i?: '. till -ais Sandlinc t 25 e . oduktllt m Kyneton 27'0 - ~ - o dmktthllt gm. Ds~reciarc - 7 Ii

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

SAustralianiEMutual Provident, 'Society. -LIFE ASSURANCE, ANNUITY. and ENDOWMNT " '" 9 ' ' :..OFFICE. " " ? O the, princeie- of, Mut?al Asurnce"an an Equtable' pivis bnoqI.tha, 'roets amongst its members.' ViCTORIiWLt.JtR ""CI.·· :.i ",):" ýl; i iSoECTOIR . -.. !t :Ibcrt M'Dougal, Esq., Chairman.; p -'' T. i,:,rower Esq.;'De)uty C-le :uan r..Tee ET. sq.,.5 ;r.P. A1ndr w Putherlntidrt q o h *b'. j' Profesior. LIL IreinS. iLA. l i-s· r . : fJ' iiiamst ow Oi--lth Collinsstreet wre?a? l. . L 'rof·; large asso r re t ofai kin GocisrT as Fit Y. Pendn - Premktum Ihnmome.d eIes.ted & i.ario 0r' u ew- , - . '- . ~_,?s, '- ",ooo , -_so'. . J .,ooow .. · .. Ctanim poet at etmt exce0eds4 ,0 - 0-" O00.° , ,. . S" Poras o2preoe and.every other mrinformabn eanb oh tainet at' the prindpai.oflece, orat any or the.agene .es ' .yo Ga aonleethrlothe Be ar :' . 'ý:` ý"JJfBP.YýIELLK%'SO - Itesident Secenry MYIIETi1. c& DOUGJAS I) hG to inform therqfrienrts and tihie inhabitanitan L of :We...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

'A mai in"Rhode"IslaId was lately sent to giaol fir ten diiys for' sleepini ini church. Nothili as' done to the clereyman :,ltlis stated in a local journal that a citrtain Mliss*.Lloydiwho~ is tlie'owner of estates in Carmiarthenshire aid Peiubrokeshire aind who hisa stronil objection to crinoline has served an iotice to quit on each of her tenants in'those counties whose wives or daughters will per sist i tidoptiig 'r coiltinuine this particular contriviance of fashion. A. school teacher in a Texas town was gross l? insulted by a man, who told her,· at tlhe sa-4'ii timned'tiat if she had"any frienids to ',leni?e the insult she could setidthem to hint: The lndy replied that she wast able to protect lieirelf, and, drawing i ipisol, shot the man, killing him on the'spot,.. ;=a.i r :,., .. SThe inhabitants in the easterntownships of Lower Cainidaj long t' e Gulf' and River of St. ILawrence,;are threatened with. famin ine. The failure of the crops0 and fisheries of last year is uniidrst...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

Jocal ; ind lenelral letus. BAPTIST CHURCH, ? VLLIAumSTowy.-6t will be seen by an advertisement in another col umn that the Rev. William R. Wade is to preach to-morrow, in the Cecit-street Baptist chapel. This place of worship has been re cently opened by the Baptist Association, and the Executive Committee of the Association undertake the responsibility of supplies for conducting the services. WnILLutrsTowN BeOROUGoI GnRAMaAR ScnooLr.-The Tre:asurer begs to acknowledge the receipt of an additional donation of£2 2s. from .Mr Hugh it Reid. Tue TYILLIAMSTows RAILWAy TRALYiS. -The return moved for by Mr Langton on 2nd July, as to the cost of trains on the Williamstown line before 8 a.m. and after 10 p.m., has been printed. The cost of a train for a single journey of nine and a quarter miles was £1 Is 7d during the year 1866 and the first quarter of the present year. The cost for the June quarter, 183;7, had not been made up. The average number of passengers tna. velling during th1e mou...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 26th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

WILLIAMSTOwN BOROUGi COUVCIL. Mlonday, G6th Augu9t, 1867. Present-The Ma;yor (Mr Dowman) mnd Crsi Mlason, Lindsey, Power, lIaslail, Clough, Courtis, Dnalgrno and Franklin. The mhinutes of the previous meeting were confirined,' after which the following letters were' read :-1. From .Mr John Watson, cadling attention to the disgraceful state of the road opposite his premises in Thompson-street, and requnesting that it might be repaired without delay. [Referred to the Public Works Coihimittce.] 2. From Mir W. Hall, juor:, asking the Council to deposit two or three loads of metal in Parker-street to repair the footpath in front of hlis house. " [This letter was also referred to the Public Works Comunmittee.] 3. From Mr WV. S. Draper, pyrotechnist, offering to supply the Council with fireworks. of his own ianufaacture. 4. From the Town Clerk, Sandridge, stating that the Council had appointed a committee to confer with a committee of this Council, and that their first meetinig would take ...

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A BACHELOR'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

K BACHEELOR'S DEFENCE:.. i "'-Bachelors are styled by married men who have plit'their foot into it as only half per fected beings, but half a.pair of scissors, and manuy othertitles are given tlihem; while, on the othel r hand, theextol; t ee oi-n state as one of perfect bliss, that a change from etith ao ]ieiaveh 'aould= be somewvblit of doubtful. gooa~d:. If: thley are ~really so happy as they: .say, whily don't they; enjoy their happiness and hold their. tongues about it ? Why-do they look so haggard, so:care worn, so crest-fallen,' so seedy, so ` iiseirble -as mauy, ofithem are They. got married, they say, simply that tiey,might hiiave somen one to darn their stockings, se, buttons on their shirts, and tot theirbabies, that they might haive soinebody, as matrrid man once said, "to pull :of theni boots whe they: arei a littli. biilimy'n " Tes fellowvs a e, thvys t;lking of the loneliness of bachelors. Lone liuess indeed ! cWho, arepettedsto ~death by dlai?es ,who, have imarriagea...

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

','':'' 'Wanted, - .I .TIOU'.AND Gross of ALe and PoRTER ' BO'iTLES. Highest price riven. Villiamstown Brewery. - : ANTED; OWLS and Ducks; apply to Messrs Elwortliy r''-'and Dobbin, Nelson-place.. S. ice. FMPERANCJB IEETING next Friday. September 6th, a the English .-chool, conn menhing at eight o'cloc . Admission Froe. S. . uDENT Hoi. Sec. * 7 .. -, " OSt, * B'ETWEEN the P nele of Wales Hotel and ,Eglishi Chirch, Siunday night, COLONI4L GOLD 'EAiisG. -Fi dcr will be rewarded,: by rhitniings to the owne at the Prince of Wles. : SOSt, ON Satirday, the 4th inst.- from the Pilot Office, A Small lack a gn TeCrierri DOG. Any person bringing t e' same i nmilersigncd will be rewarded. , . G. EO. UIIRELL. August; 2th,: 1867. ,' .;.".A. sBargaii" '-: ' ' A TflEE.E-ROlOMrD HOUSE oil 50 feet - - 6rsentacge of land to Doer-road. 'Price only £70 ;iIapilyJR NCOUtTS. : -: .:; JOHN IMIORGAN, " ... i""FAMILY & SHIPPING. BUTCHER,: ni!i :4t .3" NELSON- 'PLACE. i ; i'ins of a smal goods Famtili...

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

H,,lHEALTH FOR THE INVALID I oT "flOLLOWAY'S PILLS miLoss of Appetite-Loss of Strength ,ia.,i , .o. ti-Loss of Health iThe marvellous. effect of this flue medicine i?po6n the system is such as to immediately rally ; allthe; vital functions, the'appetite is soon re stored, a full flow of spirits quickly followd; the .body becomes immensely inviyoratcd'with a cer 'tahty of restored .health: 'fresh air and -a littloe --exercis- arienecessry to bring- aloiita permanent, :sthte of things.' Holloway's Pill iimpirts tone and ,isergy;to the most delicate constitutions, and in Samanner. as to,-astonish all: who take them. By titheir e'xtiaordinary.virtues they have obtained the Sla?irst sle of aiy iedicine in the world. nd.i Head, Heart. Lungs'and Stomach. Si Look to the regularity of the functions of these foundations,of vitality. ,Holloway's Pills restore :t orde rthe sligtest departure, fronm the proper a 'ctHon' and,"thriefore inayrbe considered, as the , teg-lator of the maisinsprg of h...

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

C.i ~ TUl'~'~iii\E UF.OLTIIOPLIA glelitmaattin Abiltling +& `ntesha nt ... s·'olco.·j ?- T;Y. ":Id Established pursuant to the Friendly Sccieties Act, 1i Shares Oi??i Hundied Pounds each. Entrance f S, Snr,&S~ara Suhscrt Ot, io loser Share jtrr 2nonir ,,h'R~,~,ies,xi £1· lee, or £rljor " " " Share per-Mon,,.0sor 2. At the'ofitioi of the borrower. OFFICE-"5 O4ELA?. ETHS. T, MELBOUINE. -E. P.. 5 SUtart Xoq.,. F.MII Preritret.' HugllhTempletuonEsq., Vic~-Prcsidrll . TruTstfes. . 0'Grady,:Esq U,.L.A , J Thompson; Esi•. b•.LA. J. Davarie isoq., J.P. i . F. Lloyd, Esy., J.P. Auditors. - G.E. Cowley, Eosq. A. Priestly, Esq. Henry I? tcr, Esq., TreaZosurer. Si" ."-l ..... ?., Committee . , ::+ Mr . Chipperton. H . Mr J. I 'Cutehon. Mr ?Varoteo : ' rS - atJion. rirO. Fenna-ik. l ir J . USIa I. Mr. J. Sadlier. ,i· ··iSte'wards. Mr. Wiliam Coates Mir. T. S. Cooper. ... ......Bankers. ,.! T latioonni lasor Austrlasia. • Solicitor--A. B, Ialleson, Esq. , :" r Suoreyor-Thiomss Was...

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The Chronicle. AUGUST 31st, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

ATGUST .II 8 ]S. wnE- ': Mi McCunlloch iM stry gets into -diffiiclties thieir fi t steis to agitate the mob lv1iose Easterian Miiket deoLinstrations are mitters ofi notoriety Osatoira of the Kte andilBurtt stap lare sent out amongst 't~he ipeopa and soon we wivitiess gat erins ··.·..1 of men ready to show their allegiance to the Goverinment by hooting, yelling, cheer ing or carrying resolutions, just as may be required of them.. Thus we fi?nd that on Saturday. night, St. George's Hall was the icene of what a contemporary calls ' the satisfactory commencement of a -vigorous agitation.' If by such a term it is meant that the exertions of ' the people' rendered the place more like Be:llam than usual, and that the speeches of the orators were more foolish and more abusive, than we have ever heard before, then we admit that the agita tion was exceedingly vigorous. The recep tion which every supporter of the Ministry received.ih rising to speak was most enthusi astic; while those who had ...

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THE STRONG BOX. A TALE OF THE GOODWIN SANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

. THE STRONG BOX.e ...,.. SLEOF THS GOODWIN, SANDS. Aio G .the tnumerous interesting anecdotes with which the memory of a late friend was Sstored, and which he used- to relate, was the . follwing tragical story. The namies of the pi:irties have escaped iny recollection, but even :if I knew them I should be inclined to suppress ..them. I-': :therefore feign the names of Dono 'van ind Matilda. T:' his couple had long been tenderly attached ,, to each other, and the day of "their marriage, thoughi somewhat distant, was fixed, and imany little preparations were made for it, when. the news of. the .death of Duonovain's unicle, -inl' one of our West InidiaI Islands, S-reached them in TIreland, of which couoitry -, they were both natives, together with inftr Smation that m:de the lover's presence at the plantations, which "now devolved to him,, a ?:iatter of urgent and imperative necessity. A- separationi at such a. moment.could not ,;be otherwise than very painful, but the mnurn :ig;''the...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

- i "ping- '31ntrllig-'i).. ARFIVED. August 24.-Western, str, from Portland; Murray, str, from Launceston. August 25.-You Yange, str, from Stdney; Al hambra. ,str, from Otago; Charles Edward, str. from Sale. August .26.-Nightingale, bqc, from Buller River; tMercury, brig. from Launceston; Alcan dre, sch, from XNewcastle; Lucy and Adelaide, sel, from Sydney ; Wilnnmra, ship, from Lonlon ; Bombay, str, from Sydney; .a i son, str, from Port Albert; Rangitira, str, from Sydney August 27.-Derwent, str, from Launceston; Lanarkshire, slip, ftom the IDowns; Anstialian, -. ship,4rom Lundon ; Elizaleth, selh, from Torquay; 14" Las obilliard, scl, from Belfast; Pleveri, cut ,tr-frsnm -VWarrunabool ; Swordfish, slI,- from :Itcidniimnd liver; J.. M1. Jnslhna, slip, from Lon don;u .aah Grice, ship from thl Downs; Willing Law? , sch, from Brisbane; Scotia, lrig, from Sydney; ?ilary Stewait, sel, from Greymo:thl; Dragon, bqe,'from Grafton." uTinst.2S._-<anto,i str, from Otago; Iialto, ls...

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

The, .Land Mortgage Bank S,(For Dpoi and i' ns d o Freeholds). I '.' i bCiitc sis X100,000.) S"'`icorpborated Under the Companies Statue, 1864 Offices 18,C6llins street East, 1 elbourn i. , .,.? DIRECTORS. :. Ho. C. J. Jener. M.L.C., Chairman.. Hon J. M'Crae,.M.L.C., Vice-Chairman, i , Robert Byrne, Esq, J;P., M.L.A': William Detmold, Esq., Collins-street. j I John Spence Ogilvy, Esq., Queen-street. ' George Wharton, E4.q, J. P. Architect.: This Bank is: established for the purpose of receiving deposits for fixed periods, and lending on freehold property, on the systeinof Land Credit, which has been attended-with such marked success Cyin Euroie, India, Canada, &c. lnteirewt-The followin,,are the present rates, On fixed deposits for 12, nths.. 8 per cent per an Do ' do :... --nths...7 do do : - , Do. : do 3t ...6 do-do On deposits at call .... ........ 3 do do+ Loaws.--£100 and uspilfde advanced on free .hold property at currenit a..tes, repayable by'in. stalments. r S Agency...

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

* e ; - i: ' No ice. S : Edcatbn 0 lce, Melbourne, - -I22nd August, 18G67. f lH iflloii nan.has been appointed by - r-the Boardo E tion lMembr' of the Lcal " Conimitte&6of the un rmeditoned Common School B with~dt'"itcjitdice to Lhe power of tlio Board to ;i witldi.rawIi' -from t o school at any, tine subject . olthie prrovsibhs of e Act :- - . ii S - rilliai o, t Scool :'A'o. ' i 7 Jc' B. ,BLCKr.nSa: " . i '": B rder oftheBlaril; . : ._ 2 - . ' . *LKANE,- Sem.ctary. : ^ oroiof 'WinUiamstown. SA 1'PJl CT(iONSa re invilt from persons wi-' S. lin td filltle officeof (cemcteryand: Iround ' ier firlthis:borouigh ;.Salary, £125 per aunum. i Appcations in.tihe handwriting of 'tlihe applic:nt; do rndo il. application fdr the office'6f :Cemetery-' i keeper" to tie sent in iot later than 4 p.m. on Mon ; - d, SiBep be 16ithl, 1867. i . ., l By.Order, . i -.- -..SMITH, Town leik. Co il. Ca!inlers, Atigst 2Sth, 1867. o .. ' broigh .of 'Williamstowjn. '"'fOTlCE' is hereby given that the ...

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THE WILLIAMSTOWN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 August 1867

STHEWILIAIsHTOWN iHORTICULTURAL So So .'- eregret tlae annoce tha in'consequence of the apathy of the public the committee of the Horticultnrl'Society da not feel warrated"in attemnpting the revival of the .society, for, the -present season. At the annuaL ,generalv;meeting of subscribers; .,,called for Tuesday last, !onlyfour mnembers .[lwere present..: Perhaps:tli :present depressed state of trade may be the cause ; but it is to be regrette~' for the slidiays of the society dn ere-regardend qGiiite is lcal rcd-letter-days. .Ii &d it" cannot be denied thathiitherto the .i P ociety has;:doneamuch to encouiagehborticul ture, and by establishing'a:'friendly'iivalry as hasheIre-d to provide a healtlhful adid improv ?,ig occupation for tlie people.W,,.We trust.t ha ,,;next,? year it may meet with! more: encourage meat. itt MEi.ouusrc BEx Ma. Melbourne lpan , a ppear to r p havea.s easy a live as "most meiiiers of .the community. Some of them possess comfortaible suburban residenc...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

NOTICES OF- IOTION S.Cr Powei : Toinoe- : . hat the?fodlgii: rights-of- way be made under the:- 287.th:clause. of -:the Municipal Act': Off Stevedore-street;near Mramb's ; a?.~poffl Little Nelson -stret, near ~.s ,Good That:a : deputation lie a? a ? to, ;wait on the Hon. the Chief See iruestiin him to use his. influencre tol tcehis R.H.ithe Duke" of :Edinburghl toasnd at the Williamstow railway pier Jo s s ay to Melbourne'; i "_

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REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

filar.LC~is' i "D o been favoured ýy th ik' SRe istrar fr Williamstown with the followro registration for 1567 - ýiOf, South ,, 60 Ncw 1Ugohtg WUt ,,~ _ T ~ South M#41 F-I ýýr ýt T Iti; hire u"r + South _ 59 Mnli ahe.'x! ci to 0zilahosa r : ·Lv35T3 ) Su 35 ) 380 llatinyayiw lectors, North 291 ,, South ~ 475 I zf Total, 114S I I$I1G &tN ih Willimastno n 36:5:g `'Y .1 ortli' ratepayiogelectrs 373 W I n 69 Increase for 1867 ' 12O . , .r' .nCT F e-":l.t ..:f

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