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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PORT PHILLIP HEADS, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

- '"' ''BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ;, PORT PHILLIP HEADS, SEPTEIBlOER C. AvxiR.~L -Gem, sch, from Belfast; Ann, bqe, fromiiN ieviastle; . Result, sch; from King's Is laudd )i;anlitira,: str, from Sydney; Lightning, ship, from Liverpool Aldinga, str, from Adelaide; l'riteuis, ship, from. Liverpool; Julia Ann, bqe, front ' Boston ; Southern Cross,- str, from: Hobart Town. . . '"S S?iiED. City of- Adelaide,: str, for Sydney; Blackhird,; str, for Sydney ; .Aurifera,. bqeo,' for Newcastle; Rialto, .bqe, for, Newcastle AMary Stewirt; schc, or Greymouth..-: : Wind.'- .S\W. Fresh, at4 p.m . Tics Government steamer Pharisleft her, loer 'ing on Tuesday morning, anndwent down the bay to.replace several of the buoys.: . - ;T T VWhite Star clipper ship' Chariot of Fame, ' ys moved from her berth at the Victorian Railway Pier on Saturday; and will saiLshortly for India, vilt Newcastle, I.SV.W. : 'T?m pilot cutter Corsair 'camne iipfrom Queens cliff. on. Tuesday night, -and :was taken, up, on Wright's...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

nster-31: on-Vestern,g 'strfrom Sydnortlaeynd; Melbourne, st, from AdelaidomPeoola.st, from .Sdel?o r . Tasunnym ade,b sqe , from Lane eston :; Mliary Micer, brjetfeom 'lauritino Wave, brig, from Newcastlo; Julietscb, from WarrnambooI. Septcnber 1. w1Pesternate't r:feom Portland; Melbourne, sct,;from Warroambool. beisteesl or .-Tasmania, str, fremLannceston : Blackbird, str, froiiiNewcastle ; Sussex, bqe. from Nei?auttle; CoarlesEdwaril, sitr, from Sale. September 3.- City of Adelaide; str,.from Syd ney ; Simsson;'str, from Port Albe:t" .. I 1 Sobpcmber ' 4.-Liberty, . soh fromi Leili ; .11uaterlily,-ach, from Wynyanr; Mercury, cutter, *from Kaing's Tsland ; Gauntlet) sch; from River Leven:: September 5.-Adeline Burke,, bqe, from Neow ?castle; Sca Nymph,- bqe, for Newcastle;oEnma -'Prescott, brig, from Clareince "River; Esperaunza .b'rig, from Ncwcasll ; Margaret Ciessel, sch, from t, Wynyard; Nith, sch, from Corner'Inlet; Dart sch, from Ema ayy;. Georgina Smith, sch from I Warrnasi...

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The Chronicle. SEPTEMBER 7th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

SEPTEMBRIR i7th, 1867. Ts . .Legislative Council passed the Supply sBillof 'L300,000oni;.Thursday, so that the officials and :other persons iii tihe Goverin :ment service wiil receive then two months' pay now dud' to tihemnivithoufiit frthctroui ble.: But tle question of supremacy between the iUpper anId the Lower Houses still:rane mains umsettled; and may be renewed atj anyt time, u id all the inconveniences and anoyuanes to wahichlthe puibilic hiave ibeen subjected for thelast monith mny hbe, and probably will beo repeated.l' The only. wyof escape is fob" both bodies to exercise thait fi= .... .... -- - ... m .. .bearace.Lwhich=His Excellency the Gover= nor so strongly advocated; hut which, we Iconfess with sorrow, thereis ibut little hope of,seing; carried out :by the two bodies ds they are at present constiituted :All persous therefore :wio dires to live in peace and :quietness Lnd better cast aboutfor homes iin Fiji; oa some other retired spot, wvhee-there iro no self-seeking p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

_ ; Notlce. Subscribers atFootscray not receiving their pao pers regularly, will-have the goodness to communil .cate wth DMr. George Smith, Pottery Works. It is particularly requested that parties residing at ?Vyndham, Mount Cotterell, and the inter vening townships, who take an interest in the affairs of their respective localities, will commiun catse with the editor of this journal on any sulb eci of importance transpiring in their neigtbourhood, Allletters (authenticated by the name anl address of the writer) to be. sent to the Chraonicle office; Williamstown.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE DUKE OF EDINBURGH' ARRIVAL (To the Editor of [?].) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

ORIGINAL CORRESP ENCO .DUKE OF EDINBURGH' ARRIVAL (4o t A Editor of ii; asn glad to ce er of our ulmnicipal ci s hisRintnEioit .to mneting, that a de ats ne e?. the Chief Secretary, for the purpose of induc ing him to secure the landing of the Duke of .'Edinburg --- k--. ', .?ainlyya step in the ýas 3 tirection, and one that Itrust will beer_ n. If tIhe townsa people are aft. -' dLi:nd~a sist the municipal ýatl 'ribsate 'i more than a chtee. "c -F-lj syireig certainty of snue -T? c '-?1 -iL It'cannot be denied that a sitittble landing place can b1 sar9lfFT hi'41ib rt li4 and from his vessel he can proceed by the Government Railwg r g ý~jl~1 ill @di@tifarii{ able comparison with anyhina ba ls th?satis faction of travelling by in any coTrtrv in the \world. In ten'TitOe ?bpa?~tdS -e -Metropolis, .ýlgertsltie chub £aarisathniaered for .his seeid~ýtyd ~~EFis# e eS6 .eti° a:e Elliott can FtIE u a tier , F.'.il h" 1 . u nbesitating ý,ve much bett ,al)rtipplit ,?y.uz fesdliieS!': a favorabl...

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DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S ARRIVAL. (To the Editor of the CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

DUKE OF ' B y ?&.LR'iRIsA l_ matter is of ic.imworthikieatth bid 1 tants of the A td su? est a Pui l a deItitation a tor t .i •o:purpoe ato wait upon, H on e. the- I h ?iet?6tcretary. There are c -if o i.?al, is, Royal Higihness shel ' 'to laud here, all of ,-ich can 'ard at a public meeting. Tnut MHetgzxstion will meet with your ad tcr:;:: Y eltr Ihstj: c .j, oirl1ULjkj -·r. ·

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SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

SIaL OF FREEIIOT.D PROPERTY BY Auc -TIOX.--Mr Mason. sold by aunction on Satur day last, the following properties in the Es tate of the late Mr Franes Spring .-Two two-story cottages in Little Nelson-street, for £66; two one-story do., adjoining, for £85 ; the whole of these properties standing on one allotment of 66 feet frontage, by a depth of 36 feet. A shop and dwelling, in Thompson street, on ground 33 feet frontau?, by 132 feet.deep, occupied by Mr Stewart, greenl; grocer, realised £166. Au allotment of land in Thompson-street south, measurinig 34 feet frontage, by 75 feet deep,, was disposed of foc 13s' per foot. The terms-for the whole of these properties were, half -ca~i,7 and theo balace .in three mouths. A'large.number of persons were pre ent, and the bidding 'wan spiritaqd

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WILLIAMSTOWN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 2nd September, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

WILLIAMaSTOWNK BOIOUGE COUNCIL. S Moniday, o2-U:Septcmn1,er1867 . Present--The Mayor (MrDowm in aind Cr• Mason, Lindsey, Power, LL'os'im Cltough; Courtis; -and Fr'inkli ' - ; The minutes of thoapresioius deting were confirmed. The towni clerk reads letter hehad addressed ti'the Committee of the.Borougl. Granimar School, requesting the iiapointinent of an examiner to act in conjanction with the town clerk. ' Cr. Power submitted the .first reptirt ofi-he Punlic Works Committee certifying to the correctness of the following paymentsi i.P. \McD?Aald,. ?7iJ "aL- McNadnara,. £~2.?5s; ;do £983: ;iller and Douglas,£2 4 . A. Macro, ,12s: dJ. ;D. MAlone3, £5 lOs61. 1. Sexton, £8 15s. Gd.; , R lees,- £1 Thnrpe, £1 4s.; J. Martin;7. 44s. Jackson, £2 2i. 8J. I C.-Clarke, £3 i 45.'_ The committee recommenaed that the_'.t of- wayyoff Sevedodre-stree,,;tvfetred to1rt Matthews's' letter,: be mide??der the 287th See-. of the 'Municipal ,Act;, and thb:t the .amount'. which theinwners had 'paid be de d...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

ARRIVAL OF THLE PANAMA 1AIL. The English news is to the 11th of July, and from New York to the samen date. - LoxDo\, July 10.-The Government has postponed the.gmrand-military review, which -cas to,have taken place on the 9th inst., on account of the execution of the Emnperor .aximiliin. The biutal conduct of the Mexican Government; in trying Maximilian by court martial, coidemning him to death, and subsequentlyexecuting hini, causes great indignation evevywhere. 'The recall of the British legation from Mexico, and.thce sus pension of all diplonmatic relations with that country, are earnestly and seriously proposed In the House of Lords yesterday, Lord Derlby stronigl denounced the action of the Mexican Govermnent in putting MIaximilian to death, but made no disclosuries as to what Government intended to do: Tle limes iind Post express great pity at the 'fat of MIaxi miiliani and deidounce in scaithing terms the creiilty of Juarez' The Irish peasanty con tinue to drill secretly, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

HEALTI~-TH -£i 4HrFYVAlS - 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- fmnctions, the apipetite is soon re stored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows,, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a cer tainty of restored hehlth': freshair and a little exercise are necesshry to bring about a peomanent 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 extraordiniary 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 founidations 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 A jdlexy.can alwayshe prevented...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

What"art :of speech is kissinbg i-It is-a Sonjunctioni. i1 r.;N s.speakiing of a blind?-?ood-saw yer, saysi.. While none ever saw.?him see, thousands have seen him saw. ' STHE EART'S MIlSGIVIsNvs.-Eating a mut toni pie aind wondering"whalithe cditents are composed of after coming to a pause;' i DaiER6S.-- A person who was.ini delicate health, being asked by'a friend, i?'he would eo~iure on an orange:l{replied;." N?o I thank iou; I should roll off . E 'ItRITATING.- After rolling all{ night in -our berth- at sea, till you are miserably sick, to havE a steward to open your: door in the R.rnin"g, and ask, if you will have afresk roll +or.breukfast. . i' " '1 t it Whose pigs are these, my lad 1'A` Whdy, hit dbelog to that the hbig soir there.' t1 -.t?meai, who is their-master T-?Whoy, :agjamassswered the lad, that little 'on there . ?Iasw'Fa 'un to feight.' " " : s:jý t4 t r?aV-Vhy is a man wbho carries. Ct ?tiJjyu.'.riably too late in his appoin't Jmt $,:y3ecause he is always lhdin his ...

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A YANKEE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

A YAE- E e STORY-?Las' t:summer, an :Aierican, whoi'was on 'a visit to St. Peteis burg, happened . to be walking in one of the narrow streets of that capital one niiiddy day; . when he soiddenly.met the Grand-Duke' Con' stantine. The side-wallWas not wiviaeendou"li for two persons.tbpss?,di?d .the street w?as deep in filih. iBo hstopied; and a moment's awkward pause-ensued.', Suddenly the Am-eti±. can; taking a.silver rouble from his poclke'. shook it: in his closed' hands, and' cried-.out, 'Crofri otr tail '--' Crown,'- guessed ,the GrandDuke. ' Ypur highness has-won; saiid' the Ameica,, .. eai ping iinto the mud.: His uteuess in ,saving his dignity, while he acknowledged the Grand Duke's, brought him ant infitationt the next day to iaine with the laitter. ,. SquixlEs gF IIAPPI'STS- If yo u would enH joy~ the thedtre, paxr for your admilssion? if you would stand well .with tyour friends, give them good diipsers, and ýplehty: ofthem '.tii yo uare: anxious to spend ia fortune, publis...

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THE REWARD OF PERSEVERANCE IN ADVETISING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

T?IE I?lEAUlD OF PERSEVERANCE IN A DVETISING. iTe t euarl ota ;e st e resultle cbsi n h case of th mese rates ~omas >lloway, in the prodigious sale of his patent medicines. The story Of.itis-perie ei... id' mself is full of interest, and will pay the.reader for perusal. Mr lHollowa says: ýtac". ei'`tflOý"\Ot b01 C Thou o Kot offereclý-s th ?'potjlr;ct dl'indced known to cm very diffiicult anc elFiofs to 11 tza ý' ad as a proof of my early discouragements, that [ had ?ent?gml?ýionsos wcIsthemam.puZt£100 in adver tising and in various other ways for the purposes ten at night, in order to do that myself for which ?t"dt%' --J' ?ci~ " firc?- that my eaergy to be readily cldaunted; I went on ad "ihIi'eq'? Nd 'isifuh:f alD-tint fiie eid succe-ded il til~tgl " IuL Pilct tolltl sliuited reputation throughout the British Isles, which might have i?atirtucn..?tjion t~ ; ourduis.rre? with del ts of my remedies. For this puposue I used t1 aondi.tc. , l atc~ e j apai s of .hils .j as* rs .dilin...

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AN OLD MAID'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

SIAN OLD MAID S SOLILOQUY?.-I: BY SALLY SLICER.??. I believe half the people of Willimsville are tryiig to find 'outhow old I'am." As if that wasanlybodv's buisiness ibuti mine. It vas very rude .:in.I Mrs Green, yesierday? to- come in to dee ie' i\ithout knocking at the ;,door:: 'Taking 'a idighbiour's lirivilege,' . inideed I Then 'twas so provtlkiug too, th'a she slhould find e sewing with iti spectacles on. • I de, cla re h?r words are ringi? g in my ears 'yet. ' I wanit to know if yonu are obliged to wear spectacles I i: tell if your. eyesight is failingo Why you'i mst be most as old as I am. She looked as if sheididnu' believe me when I told her thatminy eyes were eak.: ' And as if that wasn't enough, in comes that saucy Kate Parsons, this morning, to show me her birth day presents. There was a roguish twinkle k in her eyes when ·tsie said,'I wa sixteen yesterday, .Miss :Slicer; how old, are you'T AiAnd w'hen I told hier I was 'just.as old again as. half,' she. went tripping- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

S0lloiady's' Oiiitm?ent a?hid ills.-.L um_ bao,: rhe?matism, tic-doloreux, all excnrtiating pains of the muscles and nerves are, relieved with antonioliing rapidity by the use 'fo.this'extraor dinary.Ointmcut.. The effected'parts previously fomented? with warm Ssater, p .a?ave oly t to b brisk'ly frubbed with this s,othig' nugent ;to obtain, instant ease. The Pills much 'asoist in banishing the tendency to rheumatism: and similar painful disorders,~whtist the- intment cures the local ailment. :The Pills removethe constitutional disturb.nces and regulate every imltired function of every organ throughout the.hinman bldy. rhe cre is .neither temlporary.norrisuperlicial, but permanent and comiplete, and the4isease rarely recurs'-so perfi~t ias hb?i-'e' the purification perfomeld by these searching yet- harmless pre. parations. : EXCELSIOR OYSTER DEPOT, SIIHE proprietor ntimates to the public generally tL ft'ahe has fitted up a snug room for Oypter parties . also, a private room for Ladi...

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THE PLAYMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

- HE- PIYMATES -r - FROMa THE GERNIAH'OrF ELISE'iPOIS. ' A Di?y in'aiinder the clear: brilliant sky of Itady, has a charm that weo children of the north can scarcely undeistand, though we imay someretinies inazie ift in our .dreams. The earth smiles and decks herself ,in her brightest robes the sun looks dowin upon her with a warm and tender-'gaz?',?,?nd the 'iir is filled w;ith tihe frdgne of 'a thou?sand aflowers. The hluman heart grows and ex imandia amid this glorious lnature, exults' and rejoices with all around it; uand the human dye is ficiy and ,tender as, the birning stiun ,god.himself.' A cold, life- wearied face is as seldom se' n there ass the ice flowers with which frost wcreathies 'ourirortlieri: windows. So miich ihore strikin-g,on this sceount, wis the appearaince of s boy, who, onbrfight May 'day in the year 1793, sat alone by the sea shore gazing on the vist; glitternii expanse of mwater before hi; ahnd turiingi his backupion the fair ci'y: f enoon 'that, like ? .i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

The Land .Viortgage,; Bank: - I'aa) (For Deposit indi'Loans n' Freeholdas) -': S,'' ;:i: .0apital, £500,000.,.::'• ;:'.'J'; ' : i bsIcribed, £1]00,000.,..;-.:; p, I ;-I Incororated Undcrti? Compianics• Statue, 1864 Offices i 18 Collins" street East,` Melbourno. - DIRECTORS.' SIlonC-..J. Jenner. M.L.C.. Chairman. : lIon J.' M'Crae, 1. L.C., Vice-Chairman..l;. .IiobertByrnec Esq J.P., N.L.A.. '-illiam' De'tnmld, Esc., Colinsistreet. ,':: John Spence Ogilvy, Esq., Quoen-street. tt GeorogeV harton, Esq .. 1I'.. Architect.' Sahis Bank is.established. for the.purpose of roceiving, depositi for fixed periods, ad .lending oni freehold property;', on the syStemn of Land Credit, which has been attendled with suich nimarked success .in Europe, .India, Canada, &c. : - ?" * "r ,lntcrest.-The following are the present :rates, namely .... . . . ,- ., Onfixddd dposit for 1. monthsS'.8 er cent per an ':'Do; :do r month's::7 ""dodo SDo ;: ~do ,: - 3 months.:60' ci do do OCu deposits at call ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

Borough of Williamstown. A PPLICATIONS are invited from persons wil --ling to -the office of Cemetery and I'ound keeper for this borough ; Salary, £125 per annum. Applications in the handwriting of the applicant, endorsed" application for the office of Cemetery keeper" to be sent in not later than 4 p.m. on Mon day, September 16th, 1867. By Order, G. F. SMITH, Town Clerk. ..Council Chambers, August 28th. 1867. . Borough of Williamstown.: NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of tbe borough, will at their next Meeting, to be held on September 30th, 1867. confirm 'a " speeial order" made on the 26th Augunt, 1867, authorisini the negotiation of a loan of £6000, undfr the provisions of -tLhe Iunicipal Corporations Act, 1863." 8 ' By Order, . : GEO. F. SMITH, To~y Clerk -Courcil Chambers, August 29th, 1867: . Borougn of Williamstown. TENDERS FOR LOAN OF £3,600 nfHE Council of the above Borough invite Ten. -. defr, under the provisions of the Municipal Corporations Act 1863, for the pur...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

W, ILLIAI ST W?0 tsifif qi.? L- :IGIE:id?¥AmInLAE Sdenoor.-The &reasr opec t oMint lilFge I the receipt of £5 from Capt. Geo . u~elL per Commann@ `l.. V v BOROUGH ;" F AfR GIr tention of siubei+ý' "'lie,' n School is call l , IMVi appears in an }.,ic ? ? I.lnguerl?-e.g? - to the elecctioa of four menibe6dPrdflhriffni"t tee: We ext4 tIb0olli?tlu .;. k ?k information of those i The Committeb ~isf ii const of he tlaytcs.id "the Borough- .foznrhe titneiibbi-oLi s1 ber ex-olicio, and twel ý. i. ; ..ý ", being subscribe '" *TiX a 1 s t ai *al four of whom s hll retire andiall??odP1ic 10th of Septemberetmb1 J tfi%'Eif'ý" elected on tha-f 5 3, or · i 9ai\ qftgl , cnth venient by a , -go et j pyl of «1 and upwtiS t Ys fi0 ntTel to votes thus- x5rfaih udailburn/ Seimto vtsJ L£o, and undeaznIO ,twto {Itt " ?' upwards, thredeitt' i ic oui ipeug hers to retiure msi1 U 0 esa fgw zatu votes, the seciQ4 £5a ,ia ''iuit?I orddion; the following yer,mland.,o-oi teiiszccsorks' appointed in ei't...

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[?]ootsma[?] Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 7 September 1867

Footscray Police Court. There was no business before this Court last Saturday. Thursday, 24th September, 1867.   (Before Mr. Dove.) At this court, Constable Gardner charged Mee Cuff, alias Ah Cow, a Chinaman, with vagrancy. The, penal permits found upon the prisoner showed that the present was the third time he had been convicted of this of- fence. He had upon him a miscellaneous stock of eatables, enough to supply his wants for a week, besides soap, and cash to the amount of about 20s. Sentenced to twelve months' hard labour.

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