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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

August Flower. — The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia 'and Liver; Complaint.* More than seventy -five percent, of the people are afflioted with thes'e two diseases and their effeots : such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, 'Heart-bum, Waterbrash, gnaw ing, andburning pains at the pit of the Stoftiach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongue and disagreeable taste in' the mouth, coming up of food after eating, low spirits, &o. Go t» your Druggist and get a bottle of August Flower. This valuable medicine has cured thousands and thousands of- sufferers and is known in all civilized countries. Tw» doses will relieve you. It costs only 3s. 6d.. a bottle. Sample bottles 6d. To the Residents of Balmain. W- SCOLES, (from Delarue, Sydney). WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, BEGS to announce that he has opened those centrally-situated promises in Darling street, l; opposite Unity Hall Hotel, with an entirely NEW STOCK of Watches, Clocks, 4c. SEP AIRING IN ALL ITS BRA...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Rowing Club. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

-J-. ??? . 'i . ' Baltaaln Roving OlulB. ' r annita£ mebtino. - The aBnlfat meeting of the ? above club was held: in- the Towtr Hall» Bahnain, on Monday last. TheJ,president, Mr. W, A. Hutchfnson, M.L;A.', presided, and there rwas a . very good number.^f members. ,* The report tor the twelve months just ; past was of a very, aecouragtag character. It showed thafa^stcody advancement had been made- during Jtho term, *nd .that the office bearers had maintained a kei n interest in the : affair* of the club. The (tate.mpnt also Bhowed that the annual- re^ittn. het-'l in March ? last, was even a greater bucccss than many of the members had anticipated. : Tlie Balmain* Ama- teur Dramatic Clubs entertainment on bfchalf of tbe club- resulted in the sum of £8 odd be ing paid to its ^credit, while ..the ball held on fhe I lth ultimo'''proved a' groat .financial suc cess and was besiiles 'one of the moetjenjoy-' able ' dances' of the 'season. . After the -:report had beeri^'adoptcd, hearty ,' v...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

y FOOTBALL. ? .Matches for to-day, August 2nd. ,Ha^. rowgate v. Parramatta' Union, .on „thV ground of the latter, .Parramatta. ' rThe foL-' iping will represent the Harro'vygate':-^' ^risworth, Alt, Byers, Coo, mbes, ? Dearie,'*' Eraser. Gav, Mavsli, Macdoriald, Lips combe,- -.Kitoniinont, .Trouton, Steward, Small, - Wolls and Yoiiug. . Balmain!, Wellington v.. Sap, will be' played at Birjcerihead, the former will be represented by' -the following : — Addison, Armit, Fraser, Belbridge, Brown, Creer, (W. Doane), Keycse, Moxham, Pepper, Perkins,' Phelps, Rudder, Shepherd, Tay lor. Emergencies 1st Goodsir,' 2nd.Telfer. Balmain F. B; Olubb 1st team v. Wol laroo' 1st team. at the Agricultural Grounds. Balmain 2nd team v. Wallaroo 2nd' team at Moore Park. Harrowgate v. . Liverpool ; the above teams met on the ' ground of the latter and after a good game resulted in a deoided via tor j for the former by 21 points to nil. For the winners Wells, Coombes, Small :and Fraser obtained touches, ....

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Sporting. ' Mr. Perry, who has been suoh an ener getic secretary for the Balmain Rowing Club for S9me time past as to gain univer sal respect, found it necessary through busi ness engagements to put in his resignation at the -annual meeting held on Monday night. Mr. W. R, 'Ainsworth was eleoted to the vacant office. Mr; Perry has also handed the secretaryship of the Sydney Rowing Club over to Mr. Charles Biros. The great . Bicycle Champion Races are to come off at the Association Ground, this afternoon. A large , attendance antici pated. ' : ^ ' ' ' ' ^ The football . contests under the British Association rules between the Viotorian and New South Wales teams resulted in a victory for the latter last -Saturday and for the former on -Monday. . Both games well contested. ? ' A contest is to take place' between Brett and Sharland, of Tasmania,' shortly. - H. Pemglaze and T. Strettles- are to row for £50 a side over/ the champion' course on the 11th instant; , : ? The Mercantile Rowing ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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MY "HEAD QUARTEES." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

MY'' HEAD QUARTEES': ' TO THE EDITOB. , . , Sir— I know not whether in your wanderings you strode as far as thisjlocality ; anyway yon might give me a look up, and see how busily I am at work at my head quarters in Bligh street. Although Tarn in such respectable com pany, nay I may say aristocratic neighbours — ' I boast of St. Paul's' and St. Andrew's Colleges, also Prince Alfred's Hospital, — built at ' a cost. ' of £100,000,— yet Bligh-street is supplied by all , : the filth' and household sweepings of this , part of the-Borough-, - Let nie tell the- Aldermen, through you, I am actively at work. Aided by the late rains, the cxcretia and v egetablc. matter is rotting at a fine rate the vanous juices will ferment' splendidly,- and I shall be. amply supplied with fever germs. I have several cases of typhoid, scarlet, an'd low fever cases on at present, which with the' public' school and some two hundred children will serve me well. ' I have a knowing wink for the doctors as - they p...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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ALDERMAN GIBBES RE BLIGH-STREET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

ALDERMAN GIBBES* RE BLIGH- . STREET. TO -THE KDITOB. . Sitfj— I 'was astonished to read in your last report'of the Newtown Council, the reinarks made - by Alderman- Gibbes on a letter . ad- d rcssed by .the Under : Secretary 'for Works, to ,( he Newtown Council- in reference to the for r-iation'of Bligli-street.- This alderman -tries to maV-e . the Minister ? for Works sav- what the Nriwtown.Qouneiil ' would wish him to do ; but I think Mr. Wright is too ibld'a -bird.to'be caught cy such misconstructions as Mr. Gibbes would like to put upon his. words. As one of the ..deputation,-' and also the :moyer of it; which- waited upon Mr. Wright in reference to the said stieet. I can inform you that he most emphatically said ' that as.theJNewtown Council received rates fromjtheir slde of the street, nnd ' as ;'the; portion-, adjoining^- the Camuerdown side was university and hosDital grounds, it would not be fair to charge the ^ampeydown Council ^for making 'the. said ' street;' but he. wou...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Current Items An advertisement , in another column announces a treat for the members of the Campbell-street Presbyterian Church, and the public generally, viz., a lecture by, the Bev- ;Dr. Steel, on Wednesday evening next. The ability of the Bev- lecturer' is ao well known that it iB unnecessary for us to sound his praises here. - As a proof of the benefit the throwing open of the Pyrmont Bridge will be to our community, we. have been,' informed by a gentleman in a'-position to judge that the: traffic over' that structure has increased threefold during the.post week. Working men who used to - make a long circuitous journey, on foot to: Sydney, and carters who drove via Harris and George streets now use,.the shorter route to the city. T It was a bobh the Government delayed too long in conferring upon the residents of the western' suburbs,' and they Will1 only do justice to Balmain and its surroundings by taking immediate steps to, provide still farther and better accommodation for th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Correspondence.-, [Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions whioh arc not' of a* sectarian' character. We wish it to be distinctly under stood, however, that we do notsneosssarily identify, ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents^ ..All communications ratonded for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the riame and'address of the writer aB a guarantee of good faith. We' shall be glad; at all timeBto afford space for short report's!, of lectures, :t'ea meetings,- lodge riieetings, arid other' gatherings of local irit'er .cst: It would be a conyenience if the reports . woro forwarded. as early lis possible after the events;].'' i'-.. '

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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SATURDAY NIGHT AT BALMAIN. I. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

SATURDAY NIGHT AT BALMAIN. . M- A/-'., I.-. The waters of Sydney harbour lap against the. timber supports of the pier at the foot of :Darlidg-street, with ceaseless unrest, ' and the moonlight falls softly on roof and pathway and glistens far out in the bay. At the rear are the lights of Sydney rising above each other as if on successive ter races.' -It is 'Saturday night, and there is the hum of ' voices. Cheerful groupB pass along the footways, some bent on pleasure, to Sydney and hasten down to the boat, some towards Balmain intent on shopping, business, or prepared for a stroll. Every thing is orderly and agreeabbe. Broad patches of brilliant gaslight are thrown on the paths and the roads. The 'shop win dows ; are- lighted ' up. Prime* joints of mtat hang temptingly from hook and nail.. Elsewhere, in windows, are heaps of juicy fruit in- colours' ? that gladden , the, eye. Greengrocers have laid in, surely, an extra stock of vegetables and fruit. Pastrycooks and confectioners ha...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Golden Grove Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Golden Grove Estate. ' ? The name' Golden Grove ' is a pleasant and poetical one, no doubt, and a very. useful book of a religious ; kind, written in olden, tiriies by Bishop Patrick, is named Golden Grove, from the place in Ireland where that book was com posed. _But it-.-cahnot be said there is:tnuch that is either' pleasant or poctic on the Golden Grove Estate, Darlington and Redfern. There may be found ? there wide pestiferous ditches and drains and waterholes'.t' These last are certainly being filled up ; but the sewerage iB. bad all over .Golden Grove. -The nc^hbouni hood is one which is fast- becoming densely populated. It is not' to be Wondered at tfyai* the.Major of Darlington and .certain aldcrnien of Redfern, introduced -by Messrs. Sutliovland and Mitchell, Ms.L.A., should have bronghtthe drainage'of Golden Grove, before Mr. Dibfefcj* M.L. A, the Acting Minister 'for Works.on the 25th of July, the same day on which a deputa tion consisting of Messrs. Gibbes, Mitchell, and...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN. Ten Hours for Bakers.—Meeting at Oddfellow' Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

BALMAIN. Ten Hours for Bakora.— Meeting at Oddfellows' Hall. '; A public meeting under the auspices of the Operative Bakers' Association of New South Wales, and in' connection with the agitation -for a reduction of hours of labour, waa held in , the Oddfellows' Hall;' D'af ling-street, east,. Balmainj on Satnrday evening last. A goodly | number of members of the Society marched, to tae joyful strains of a brass band, from the Havmarket,' Sydney, to the Erskine-street ferry and thence via the Bald Rock along Darling-street to the ' hall, wliere; a large assemblage of *ympathisers and working men of Balmain had collected, A few ladies were also present. On the platform were represen tatives of the Trades Labour Council, the Eight Hours' Demonstration, and other in fluential gentlemen. Mr. J. Garrard,' M.L. K„ the chairman, opened the meeting by reading the advertisement convening it, from, the Bal main Obtercer. He stated that the move ment would, without doubt, enlist, their sym path...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The "Milch Cow." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

- The Miloli. .Cow.' ' That trip to see the uew-.gunpowder works at Narrabeen up Manly ;way, .undertaken on 26th of July by His Excellenoy the Governor (Lord Loftus), the . Hon. W.; B. Dalley, the Hon. G. R. Dibbs, and many, others, was not a pleasant one. -There was a series of mishaps. The roads were knee deep iii mud ; it *as ne cessary sometimes to wade: through water ; horses wCre stubborn and occasionally would not go ; and at the works where experiments with gunpowder were made for the inspection of the visitors, the explosions caused- serious accidents to, some of the men employed. The Narrabfeen works are the only: ones in Austra lia. They have not been;. established by the Government, but by the Australasian Powder and - Explosives Manufacturing 'Company,' limited. It is altogether a 'matter of private enterprise. We want riiore private enterprise, more private companies, more independent action.; In England most of the great works including the railways, are. ^performed n...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Hospital Meeting. , The mo.-ithly meeting of the general com mittee,' formed with the object of estabishinga cottage hospital in Balmain, was held on Monday evening in the Town Hall, when there were present— Mr. W. A. Hutchinson, M.L. A. (in the chair), the Mayor (Mr. J. Cameron), Alderman McDonald, Drs. Jones, 0. S. Kvans,'and Carruthers, Captain Tronton, and Messrs. Geo. Mitchell, John Breakwell, Geo': Milhara'/— Sorrie, A. Brown, E. Robin son, £-. G. ioogood, A. McKay, Wm. Parker, S. Tomkins (treasurer), and. G. F. Poole (secre tary).- . The minutes of the previous meeting were .read and1 confirmed, A letter from His Excellency the Governor s'ated that it would give ; him; pleasure to ac cept the office of patrod to the Balmain Hospi tal.— Received^and to' be acknowledged 'with thanks. . ,. : . - . . . ; . DEPUTATION report. Capt. Tronton' reported that 'the .executive committee had waited npon the Colonial Secretary. He then asked -that the reply of Mr. Stuart (as published in -...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Petersham BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

PetkrsiJiamJ BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. ' Tuesday, Jijly 29, 1884. Present: The Mayor (Aldennan Hughes), with Alderman Wheeler, ,'Bar nett, Cubitt, Davis, Gelding, Henry and Mosely. MINUTES. The minutes oi^ the 'previous meeting were read and' confirmed.' ? '? ' CORRESPONDENCE. _ - '^f' From Railway.'-' Department, declining to carry out any further improvements at the bridge- over the Canterbury Road.— Received. ' ' . . From' Messrs. Tremoin. and., Laugdon,1 Complaining ofthd state' of a lane between' Sadlior Orescent and 'New Cook's River Road. — To be informed that if owners of ?property would contribute portion of' cost, the Counoil would pat it in repair'. ?. ; v From the Council Clerk, Marrickville, asking that, the naoie^.of --Viqforia^street might be changed, as they had o- Btreet of the same name- of much older date, and the two,, names led to considerable 'confusion.— To be informed that if,, the Marrickville Coun cil adhered to the| - original name', of their street, ' Viot...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 4. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

BALMAIN POLICE COURT. . Monday, --August 4, ; (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) Mtcha'el-O'Brienf'for being intoxicated in Mort-atreet, was mulct in a fine of 10s or 48 hours. John Coss, drunkenness and disorderly con duct on Saturday night in Darling-street, and for assaulting Constable Beadman, was forced to;pay £3 into Her Majesty's coffers or take 28; days' out at Darlinghurst. John Hrk, for being. in . liquor in Stephen street was fined 5s. ._. . ..

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

f . ^ Borough Notices. BOROUGH OF BALMAIN. i TELE Olfiocs of the Counoil Clerk, barling', i Bond, fire oppn for ; the receipt of Rates, i nnd the transaction of other business from |9 , till 1 o'clook, and^from 2 till 4 on all lawful days, except Saturdays, when the, hours ore from 9' till 1' o'clock. ' j i H. B. MACINTOSH, Gotinoii Clerk, . ! ?- 1 Town1 Hall, 1st Ang., -1884.' BOROUGH OP BALMAIN. j THE Mayor will bo in attendance ^at'thie Town Hall, Dnt-ling' Road; on Monday and Thursday in eaoh week at 9 o'clock, a.m. ' H. B. MACINTOSH. Connoll Clerk, ? Town Hall, Balmain, 1st Aug., 1884. y BOROUGH OP BALMAIN. 1 TENDERS are invited lip to i o'clock on TUESDAY, 12th August, for the follow ing works : — - , 1. The Construction, of Culverts inManafield and Reynolds streets.' . 2. Tire Drainags of Happy Galley.' , -^.j .' 3. The Formation, Ballasting, and Dirainihgof i Mansfield-street'1 ' j Reynolds-street College-street, ? . - \ ? Charles-street. Plans and particulars can.be obtaine...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

Notes of the Week As for. the Local Government Bill, so long '''- promised, it seems to be a forlorn hope to ? ? wish for it this eession; much as it is wanted. After the leviathan Land Bill has been got rid of will come the Gas Bill, to enable municipalities to; sup ply them-1 selves v^th gas. There is just a slender; hope we may get a Civil Service Bill' passed, which Government Clerks and other , officials are anxiously pining and looking for. Like some aristocratio coach, ' at a London or Paris banquet or ball, the Land Bill, this session, ' Btops the way.' It mayseem right to say, as the Herald did on the 6th instant, that the Attornej General ought to. have let Messrs. Godfrey — and Moon go for trial for the nuisancc arising from their boiling down establish ment at West Botany. But, recollect people built close up to Messrs. Godfrey and Moon's works. The works did not go after the people. Long ago, tlie Govern .ment should have marked out a„ district for, such works. Men in b...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

l'HE LAND BILL. '' ?' AlIj who have taken an interest in the Land _~CB.mxli8cussion.id Parliament will liaveibeen Borne whiit^ amused at the procrastinating spirit displayed by the Opposition, and their - last struggle for their own way will not com mend, itself to supporters of thoroughly re presentative government. The ' stonewall ' ing ' business, first introduced into the; colonies by. the Victorian legislators, is by no . means, a .good example for our Parlia mentary representatives to follow, and the ^exhibition of Tuesday and Wednesday last has proved merely the dyinjjkick of Bleepy . opponents of the new measure,' and one that has delayed valuable legislation on questions of as vital importance. as;:the -Land Bill. Surelyitwb-thirdaofa yea/r waaebtfieient , time for the Opposition to.have argued out the many defects .of the proposed new law; .in. comMttoe' .«£ elsewhere. ^ ;tt' is, . in our opinion,: not by any means a perfect ' measure, and no great oredit to the .Minis ..t...

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THE STORY TELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

rMra^g^BQjrg BY THE BLUE SEA.' ' Yes, there was no disguising the W get away from (he dtiBt, heatrrarfd general weariness of London nowHhaV the season was over and ; itsvluckier inhabitants had taken wing to!the births, tne lakes,- jf^d rfchg v»r|o^jft^higi|nbl^ .watering-places tfiey deigned to grace with their presence;. oticstti Jear.'- 'd - 1' r The look of the empty houses dis gusted me; my friends bad'lefTtownT bad', enlivened knew theui no. more. The Bigfctrof- a~ facet knew was becoming a W-Y.cHjR ;M J was[ begjnmife fcuslfiteh ssllf ? into the slough of Weariness and-dpneliv ness which threatened to overwi^OT riiftV Bo I felt that I too must turnback on, my native cityffcto, a wbi^and)sfake) iek dust from- rty'fijefc ' BntVhere was I to go? That was, i the question;. Happy - . though ! I would combine business and fluty .with pleasure, . arid run/dowb and ?see my did* aunt, w ho1 wfts livirig' for a time in a town on the South Coast; rv; She, was, the widow ofi myt father's...

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The Canterbury Tollgate—Interesting Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 August 1884

The Canterbury Tollgate— Interesting Cases.' ' The name Canterbury has a fine ring and pleasant sound in' it. Did not old Chancer write an undying poem -in '.quaint', words (at least to us now) and call it the ' Canterbury Pilgrims ?' Did they not all jog on together, leisurely and comfortably, to visit the shrine at Canterbury Cathedral, England ? But pil- ' prims in buceies, &c, do not always set so comfortably to our Canterbury, not far from Sydney ; for there , is a tollgate on the Can terbury road, aud some of them try to evade the toll or, at least, they remonstrate with Mr. Charles Henry Read, who leases the tollgate. and attends to it. He has had several esses in the Newtown Court lately, which Mr. J., Desmond Fitzgerald, solicitor, has always con ducted for him with ability as well as genial ity. He 'had two cases before Mr. Abbott, S.M., on July 29th. One was against Mr. F. Withers, draper, Sydney, for alleged assault, A great deal of- evidence was given, the pith ...

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