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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
WEST BALMAIN. Bi. TBOmS', Chnroh of England— Hormag, 11, Ber. E. -. Mudgwlok St. Josh's, Chared of England (BirchgroYO read] — Morning, 11, Rer. E. J. Btardee .Evensong 7.30, „ „ Br. Jonra'a. Roman Catholic— - ? ? Haai, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Eeflly Vespers, 7, * ,. Be. Pinrt'o, Presbyterian Horning, 11, Bev. Geo. Grimm, M.A. ? Evening, 7, ,, „ ? ? WiblbtaN CnDBCH (Hontagno street)— Morning, 11, Mr. J. Boyns' Evening, 7, Bev. R. Caldwell Wismtah ChDbOh (Callen Park)— / ? ? ? Horning, 11, Hr. 3. Mathews Evening, 7, Hr. H. Kelly Bamibt Choice (Mullens street)— Morning, 11, Ecv. J. J. Glassop ? Evening, 7, . „ „ PaiKlTlTK Mbthodibt Church— Morning, 11, Evening, 7, Ministers or church oQioers are especially requested ? tosend'any corrections for the above list on Thureday In each week, to en«nre insertion without charge. SATURDAY. APRIL 11.
Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Church 'Services for To-Morrow J ' EAST BA&HAIN. 8*. Mabv'b, Church of England— Morning, 11, Rot. M. ArohdsH, M.A, ?' ' Ereninp, 7, „ » . ' ' Si. AdodbTiNi'b, Roman CathoUo— ? Mass, 7.30 »nd 11 a.m., Father J. Carroll v Vespers, 7, „ „ Phxbbytbrtah Choboh, Campbell street— _ ' Horning, 11, Rev J. Cosh, - . . .r Evening, --7, „ ?? ? CONQmlOlTIOlTAI, CHOBOH— Morning 11, Eev. W. G.Iawee, of N.G. , Evening, 7. „ „ . ' ' 'Wmeirri.ir Cttvuca. Darling-street — Horning, 11, Ber. B. Caldwell . . . Evening, 7, Mr. J. Boyna
Notes of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Notes oi tin 'Week- I \t the last meeting of the Leichhardt Council, 'it was resolved that Carlisle street bo moi.illed and ballad, d at a probable cost of £500. Alderuian Neale thereupon urged that works of such ma .nitude should bo done by con tract and not by day labour. It was time, lie said, to economise the expendi ture. Alderman Hearn pointed out that contracts were sometimes taken by persons a hundred miles away, who had no interest in tho place and did not spend their money in it; whereas many ot the day labourers had little properties of their own and the money the re ceived wont for the improvement of tho district. . The Leichhardt Council has resolved to purchase a block of land as a site for a Town Hall. It is at tho corner of Marion and Norton streets and has a frontage of 246 feet by a depth of 185 feet. The position is central.. The current estimates' contain an item of I £6,600 for new Council Chambers. I
The Gutter Question. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
The Gutter Question. A large number of the gutters in various parts of the borough are in anything but a con dition conducive to health. And this must always bo the case, so long as they remain un . for 110 matter now muoli care is exer cised by the municipal authorities, it is impos sible to prevent rubbish and stagnant water accumulating where the gutters arc merely trimmed with , the spade. Ab we havo fre qucntlv nn nto,l il. „ n ? :l — ; ? i .—?il. *»»« r VUV» VUUUUU UUUtlUV, Willi tlie present rate, carry out this work, but they will do so on the ratepayers contributing a proportion of the cost — one fourth. In tlie f!m/i ? health not only of his own ftn. I 1 , whole community, every resi should see tho urgency of having tlieir 'on® w.1'' as little delay as possible, and niimi0^e ,rm£ M'3 current year to see a large Council applications forwarded to the
Action by the late Inspector of Nuisances. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Action by the late Inspector of .Nuisances. In the Supreme Court, on Tuesday, April 7 before the Chief Justice and a jury of four, the cose of Stafford v. the Borough of Leich hardt was heard. William Stafford, formcly inspector of nuifances for the borough of Leichhardt, sued the defendants to recover damages' for wrongful dismissal. His case was that on the 20th August, 1880, he entered the service of the borough of Leielihardt, as inspector of nuisances, under an agreement by which he was to receive a mouth's notice in event of dismissal. He romained in their ser vice until the JHtn June, 1004, w ueu no re ceived a written intimation from the defend ants that his services would be dispensed with on the 12th of the following month. On that date, however, he saw Mr. John Young, the Mayor, who told him that the matter was not setilcd, and that he was to go on with his work as usual. He continued bis duties until the fifth September, when he received notice that he was to leave the s...
Petersham Railway Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Petersham 1 Eailway Hatters. . At last the long . promised subway has been commenced at Stanmore, and a promise given the members for the electorate that the Btation buildings shall also be pushed forward. Doubtless the recent fatal accident somewhat accelerated the movement of the sluggish 'wnuiujciii., out 11 is a eaa renecuon tnat valuable lives must be sacrificed ere the barest notice will be taken of the demands of the travelling public. At Petersham the new overliridge for foot traffic has at length been opened; and the old bridge is xapidly being dismantled. Anew system has also been inaugurated with regard to those trains, which do, , not' -run beyond Peterslmm. They' now arrive at aB well as depart from- the platform at tho baok of the ancient tile-roofed structure which does duty Is a Btation, post and telegraph office, kc. This affords another instance of want of foresigh. In erecting the new ovel'-bridgo an expensive brick-walled extension of the plat torn] was carried o...
Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Leichhardt Batepayers' Association. The usuaVmeeting of the above took place on Tuesday 'evening, the 31st March, when the following officers and members were present — llessis P. Walsh, Esq., President, in the chair, J. T. Hawtshorne, Vice-President, Hyde, Secre tary, Alderman JScnle, with Messrs Winkle, Campbell, Kilcy, Smith, May, Baines, and Brodie. The minutes of the previous meetinr* were read and confirmed. Correspondent was rend nnd received. The draft petition to the Commissioner for Bailways, praying for n large lamp to be erected at tram terminus in Norton-street, was read to the meeting, and on the motion of Mr. Winkle, seconded by Mr. Kiley, was adopted, Mr. Rodwell, ot Norton street was 1 toposed for membership, and Mr. W. Walton, of Carlisle-street, and Mr. J« E. Mill of Norton-street, were elected members of the Association. Among the general business Mr. Hyde brought before the meeting the following resolution, which was seconded byiilr. Winkle and carried: 'That th...
Balmain Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Balmain Fire Brigade. The competition among the members of the above brigade for the very neat prizes which were given by Dr. O. F. S. Evana, Mr. Sydney Toogood, and Mr. Kensey took place on Saturday afternoon and proved an attraction to others besides firemen. The contest took the form of engine practice for one man, viz., eaah competitor to couple on the hose, suction pipe, and fix all gear ready for pumping, and it was determined by time. Messrs. E. Kensey, W. Hendry (from the Metropolitan Fire Brigade) and J. Lynch acted as referees while Messrs, A. Perry, A. Smith, and John Clubb filled the positions of timekeepers. There were no less than eleven firemen engaged in the competition, which was keen throughout, as will be seen by the record below : — G. CrosB, 45 sees, 1st (Mr. Toogood's gold medal) ; A, Geary, 46 sees, 2nd (Mr. Kensey's biscuit barrel) ; T.' H. Downs; 48 sees, 3rd (Dr. EvanB' cruet stand) ; J. Johnston, 45 sees (disqualified) ; J. Lowe, 50 sees ; ? J. Iron field,...
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, APRIL 10TH, 1885. (Before Sir James Martin, C.T.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
IN THE SUPREME COUiT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, April 10th, 1885. (Before Sir James Martin, C.T.) Ex parte M, A. H. Fitzhardinge in re Macintosh. Messrs. O'Connor, instructed by Shorter ?and Fitzgerald, moved for a rule nisi for a mandamus, commanding the Council Clerk at Balmain to allow Mr. Fitzhardinge to inspact the ballot papers and certified roll used in the recent election for an alderman for the North; Ward in the Borough of Balmain. ' It nnnnnrml hv thp. affidavit of Mr. Fitzhardintze' that certain irregularities had taken place in the voting, and irregular votes had been re ceived and counted. The application was for the purpose of allowing an inspection of the documents in order to obtain information for au application under section 99 to oust the successful candidate. Rule nisi granted,' returnable on 27th instant.
Poetry. "GOOD-BYE." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
- Poetry. ? ' GOODI-BYE.' 'A quaint old ehorch,'. with rich green ivy clinging, ,, ? . About its time-worn, belfry, where the bells, S\veet-harnipnicd, «L joyous [ical are ringiiif;— A jwal whose musitv of'fti wodding tellH. . A gray nnd sliad^wid Jjiorch,. wbtiice; S' O' , !.,eiw!rKCi« ' t A A white- liaircd 'hnin, a woman young and '.''.riirrT.'i And tlirough ' riiy slricken sonl nil swiftly suiges A dt-cp Ilooil-tido of unrenlrained desp.iir. . I minplel with' the. vfortns - that- Hhrongcd ? . Mp-nnd them, And bear the wishc*. tenderly exprest, . ; j That bacilli's? mar^ bless fthe .tie which buiiiid thi m, r: ??? And afti-r-yeiits may find them still more . I'leit. ?? ? ? The' gray old j-hurcif grewB dim.; my eyes are ? filiing With burnibg tears whose course I cannot stay, Yet hiding not the plances, sadly thrilling, She cnsis upon, nie as they ride away. Oood-byi'l my love I My love t Ah, mine no longer, Though, all minq^wn in days for ever past ; Fate 11068 ' you iiow with fe...
Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, APRIL 7th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL . MEETING. Tuesday, April 7th, 1885. Present — Aldermen Scott, Davison, Moore Hearn, Nealo, and Whiting j and the Clerk (Mr. Beames). Alderman Soott was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed; CORRESPONDENCE, A letter was read from the promoters of the Bevet testimonial fund, asking the suDDorl nf Hnnnm].— ' - From James Williams, asking permission to put a water trough in front of his hotel at the corner of Aukland-street. Referred to Hi» Works Committee. From the Munioipal Connoil. of Concord forwarding a circular stating that it had been agreed to hold a conference ot representatives from the Borough Oouneil's of Concord, Five Dock, Ashfield, Burwood, and Leichhardt, to deal with the question of cattle driving through the streets. It was agreed to accede to the request. Aldermen Hearn and Davison being appointed to represent . this Council (Alderman Evans to aot in oare of Alderman Aearn was unable to attend). From ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
SUPPORT THE LOCAL M4JV, Native of the District, who has always spent his money in your suburb. GOOD NEWS ! GOOD NEWS ! GOOD NEWS ! HOW TO SAVE MONEY ! ! 1'UROrUSK YOUR WINTER DRAPERY FROM T/HOdPER, *' ? H« is no«' opening up ovcry tiling CHOICE and NEW in INDIES' .V CHILDREN'S ULSTERS, DRESS MATERIALS, Bri'.OK AND AI.I, SHADES IN WINTIR HATS, FOR CAPES AND UMBRELLAS. 83- NOTE A VfT/ OF TUB PRICES— ' T:ndies' fr.uii i'. lid lo'SOs ChMdrcn's nnd Cirln' Ulsters from Is lid to 18s 6d Dress H'lmor/iirs, '5$-l.' OJii.'CJd np to Is fid yard. Wincays, 2jd up to Is. flT.APK AND r-nLHUBRO CaBtirr?«res- Botan Cords and a:l Fancy Dress Materials. i j ?? ; l-OBARD ASSORTMENT TO CHOSE FU03I. lints in White S'i«w fr ni Id c.eh. ; B'aek straw Ha's from 6d each. ? H'.nck iui'i ('ol'Ured Felt Ifats fron fid ' nuh. FUR GAPES. in this aiMe.ltvwe ate not t:- be equalled in or out of Sydney; We have (hum in BLACK. BROWN and GREY, ranging from fis lid to 22s Gd. UMBRELLAS, very choice gfiods, from 3s 6d t...
Balmain Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Balmain Volunteers. A meeting was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday last for the purpose of enrolling members for the proposed Volunteer Artillery Corps, The meeting was packed with intend ing volunteers, and sympathisers in the move* ment, and the proceedingsjwere of a moat ani mated and enthusiastic character. There were a large number of persons nnable to gain 'ad mission to the building. T he Mayor, Mr. J, Garrard, M.L.A., who occu pied the chair, briefly addressed the audience on the subject of the meeting. It was pro posed to form a volunteer artillery corps in Balmain. He had only to look at the numbers present to feel assured that the movement would.be a most unqualified snccess. He felt sure that there would be no difficulty in rais ing a corps of 500 men, and he knew that ail who were enrolled that evening would perform the duties required of them with credit to themselves and Balmain. A large number of young men came forward and took the .oath of allegiance, which woe ad...
THE STORYTELLER A AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
THE STORYTELLER A AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE!. A . quiet, afternoon ;in a quiet suburb of Sydney,' The weather warm — sultry even.;, 110 one visible— probably asleep, as the closed window shutters beyond those copMookiiig gardens seem to betoken. A stray dog dreamily agitating with half-closed eyes on so-ue abstract quesr tioh of canine socioloev or D-ni-ics. is .too' lazy or too much overc'ime by the hrat-even -to wag his tail. E\|dently his; mental exercises are not vigorous ; ami the pejt problem of canine soii'logy is .not' yet appronchinfj its solution. Rut what of that.? Tim wrather Js warm. ' F.t le diable est mart ! We are standing just at the extremity of one of those, pleasant points—Darling .Ppint, this one— that fringe Sydney harbour. - The sun-ki-s-d water is visible throogh' the trees just I-el6w. Tli'i . houee« . hereabouts — mansions »ther — arc evidently the dwellings' of oeople of substance, and tlie -it))ootli carriage drives and nieely^triminfld lawns are as suggestive o...
Temperance or Total Abstinence—Which? [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
Temperance or Total Absti- ' nence— Which ? 'Good faith, this ,'Bame fsobcr-blooded boy doth not love men ; nor a man cannot make him Jaiigh j l nt that's no marvel, he drinks no wine. There's n_ver any of t(icse demure boys, come to anjr proof !; ' for thin drink doth 10 overcool ' Hii'ir. . blobd, and making many Ask meals, that they, fall into a kind of male green-, sickness. . -' They are' generally fooli aiid' coward* ; which $omy of ;us should be too but for infl'iiin'nalion. . . So that i-kill in the weapon is nothing without sack, for that sets it a work ; and learning a mere hoard of, gold kept' ly a devil, 'till sack commenced it 'and fets it in act and u.«e. . 'If :X:. had a thou sand sons, the : fi;si-hnmnn.princi|i|e;[ would teachjtliem should be to forswear thin potations nnd a idiet .themsel'vis to sack.— 2niTPart of King Henry IV. Act IV, Scene 3. ~ In theRe Btiri ing tinies of actual war in tlie Soudan aiid' impending wur on the Afghan frontier, it, will be' n profi...
THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 April 1885
THE HOUSE. Cottage Cake. — One ' cup of sifted flour mixed with a teaspoon of cream of tartar , and one ;tablespoon- of butter warmed. Then add ha'f a cup of sugar and one egg weT. beaten, half a cup of milk with half a teaspoon of soda ; add the butter and sn?ar and then the flour. ' j Boston Tea Cokes. — Four cups flour, A- n.nn en (Tfir two tpnunnnno nf mum nf 2 _..r -0~- , ?— tartar, one tetispoon of baking soda, to he mixed together with two eggs well beateu and '.'two.- cups of milk. Then put in the dry ingredients. ; Corn FIoik Cake.— -Half a pound of c-'in flour, quarter pound of butter, quarter pound of .sugar, three-eggs, one tea tv-- n of hakins; powder. Mode. — Fir-Jt' b'iat th''- sti^iir ami butter to 11 cream, then add the eggs, previously W-dl beaten, then- sprinkle in gradually t'-e corn fl)nr,.and poivd'T, beating well all the time Qujck oven. VVashitiu'ton Cakes.— One and half ,1b flonr, half pound of butter, half pou nd, of su :»r. three eggs, one cup of water, on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 April 1885
Furnished balcony jjooM to let ? : suitable 'for-iMarried ? Couple or- two Gentlem.en. No. 1, Alfred Terraoe, Beattie 8trf.et. .. .. :.. . ... ..... . MRS. LLOYD, pupil of Mr.' Paling,' Teacher .of 'the 'Pianoforte, ' Yillette, 'Darling road, ]^alui^iii, - ? r ? . - . No- ; 33- Duke of Edinburghi /v-f.-aL/ ( .,' . -- . R:i;P.; MEETIN G Friday Evening next, ? '24th Inst., Oddfellows' Hall. Can-' didatp^.pleass be' punctual. ' *.. D.-H. EASTON, WvM. : ' - '? 'j ; JOHN OLUBB, Seoretayy. .' , EfAWMAIN ROWING CLUB Langley: v, BQa-Jman. ; ? G A U T I Q N. THE Umpire's Launch ACIS is the ONLY . Steamer, which will leave the Balmain Rowing ; Club Shed on Saturday to view the above Race.' Neither ; the Muriel Bell nor any - iOther boat will donvey the Umpire, Judge, , or Starter, neither will thpy be allowed to call at the Balmain-Rowing^Club Shed. ' ? The pu.biic are cautioned against misleading ?posters or advertisements. ,. , ... ThS Wonders qf the Age,'. April 11) and 26 : :B|aLMAIN TEMP...
Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 April 1885
Suburban and din^at I ? An advertisoniont elsewhere announces t.liat the favorite slciimer ' Prince o£ Wales will fol low tliu rice, Langley v. Beadman,. this after-, noon. She stuns from Oireular Quay andoalls at .Mort's Dock at 8 p.m; . , ' i-, A false alarm that war bad been declated ; was given in Adelaide on Thursday, night. The volunteers turned out; There was great It is reported that phylloxera has been dis covered near Camden, Senior-constable- Ross,' , well known in Bal-. main about four years ago and lately in charge ' of North ' Willougliby, died on: Monday night, ' f'rOm, consumption'.- : It : will he . remembered that ho made/a very plucky rescue of two men from a, well in. the neighbourhood of Beattie , street, in which was' foul air while he was: 'stationed in: 3almain, the effects of which bo has since suffered from. . The rndian princes, have outstripped. Austra- lian jefforts. in the -matter of -a patriotic fund by snbsoribipg £650,000 to provide ..for the .famili...