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FRIDAY, MAY 1. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Fbiday. May 1. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) Duncan McAlpine and James McWilliams, seafaring men, were charged with being drunk in Mori-street. Fined 5s, or detention till the rising oi the court. Frederick J. Keenan was charged with b iing'drunk and disorderly in Weston Btreet ; also wi'h using obscene language. The ao c tsed behaved in snch an extraordinary man ner in court that his worship declined to deal with the oase and ordered him to be remanded for a week: ? Daniel O'Grady, charged with using obscene language in Reynolds-street, was fined 20s, or 14 days. Luoy Burrows, residing ia Datchett-street, was charged with stealing one tub, two sheets, two towels, and several other articles the pro perty --f James Thallan ; and William Bur rows, lwr husband, with receiving the same well knowing them to be stolen.- On the ap plication of the police the prisoners were re manded until Wednesday next, bail being refused. Sdmmonb Cases. Charles Wicks was summoned by his wife, Rose Wicks, fo...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Sporting I Secretaries of rowing, bicycle, bowling, football, and orickat clubs nro requested tosond in reports of matohoa for publication in this column not lator than Wednes ny . Never before has such a sight been seen-on our waters as was witnessed on Saturday last, when four eight-oared crews competed for the honor of the Intereolrinial Championship. There were a great many persons present to witness the race, though not so mauy as at the TTnnlan and Beach contest, and they must one and all have gone home satisfied that a finer race was never rowed on the Parramatta. Victoria looked very like winning at the start and even half way down the course, but at length New South Wales forged slowly to the iront and just won a most exciting race, Victoria being second, Tasmania third, and Queensland bringing up the rear. -, Deeble sent a challenge to Teemer by Hanlaii for Beach to row him on the Parra matta for £1,000 and the Championship. S J Henderson, a Melbourne cyclist, rode 100 mil...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

t{\-^PEpi^ fjM(» VfifiTIfiEMENTS' T ^GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon '.Ju«' (foraerly of. Gonlburn), has succeeded . ,,, , Sr. Jones in the practice of bis profession at Balmain,' and may be consnltcd daily at his realdenceLlanayron, Booth and Dafvall-streeta, ' '' oppoMte Pigeon Ground (late residence of Dr. Jones). Hours, ? 9 tolla.m;, 2 p.m. and 6 to '8 p.m. s av: v.; — ? ? — ? Vaccination. T\®' OWEN P. S. EVANS, Government Vac ' JL/.'cinatdr, vaccinates, ^every. Tuesday and „r „ .Thursday at 2.30 p.m., at. his residence, Dar ' ling road; Balmain. ? 1 , -u, .'} I.', ?' , , , |_OABD.] . . :? !..-?: ! ? MR 'WEEKS, Medioal . Specialist, IRON COyE-ROAD BALMAIN (near Cocka too steps), may be consulted every afternoon between 2 and 6 o'clock, on CHRONIO'and INFANTILE COMPLAINTS. Immediate and unremitting attention given to all eases, especially ohildren. DRAWING AND PAINTING.— Mrs. Parkes (from England), has commenced giving instruction in the above; Classes for Ladies, Thursday afterno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

CHILLED MEAT COMPANY, BALM A IN. ? W.- are now prepared to supply Families with: niiillpd Meat. on rnasonable terms., ? '? Families wishing to he supplh-.d.kindly si-nd' an Order, addressed tnM nniiiiiir, JAMES HYDE & SONS, IRON and brass founders. , Urnn-fnohtrerR 'f Cast .and Wrought Iron [\1 -i,ird.-n . SruiR. Balcony. Columns and. PnliHii-*®''-'*-- Water I'ipes. &n. ? ?:. ..??? A'l *** ?!. Truck and Barrow Wheels, al WflVS lltitl'1. ' ? ' CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY: AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS, ? Weston-street, Balmain' General Castings of any description ^o four ,tons executed with despatch. i ? J. MATTHEWS. ! Ppactic&l Boot snd Shoe Make p, . Cove & Grove Streets, Balipain.;' ALL kinds of -'Boots made and Renaired.-. ? 1 Fnncy Slippers made up. | - Terms moderate.. Orders promptly oxm-nn.. , PONT and ROSS, ^ i , WOOD AND COAL MERCHAjNTS,' '' Foot of REYNOLDS STREET, Balmain. ? r All. Orders punctually attended; to. . 1 - ' r / THE NATIONAL ... ? P...

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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

; ; - i/r west baxmain: fa.' Thom a B', Church of England— ' - {? Morning, ? 11, ReT.lB. D. MadgwIck- ^ - Evening, 7, „ „ Br. Joint's, Church of England (Birchgrove read)— Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Stardee ? , , Evensong 7.30, „ . tt '^ ' ' ST. JoflBPH's. Romau Catholic— ? l ' '.J.v:?' ????Maw, Sand 10, Father T. O'BeilW Vpapcro, 7, „ ,, ' ST.rPAUL's, Presbyterian- Morning, 11, Bev. Geo. Grimm, X.A. ?-» „ Chubch (Montague strcetl— ' . .it. i i . Morninu, 11, Student tiTonini?, 7, Rev. F. E. Fletcher, M.A. . Wislitak Cavuca (Callau-Park)— , . . , . I . Morning, 11, Rbt. F. E. FIetehcr, M.A. i ' I Broiling, 7, 8tudenK Baptist Csdbch (Mnllena atrei-t)— . : , Morning, 11, Rev. J. J. Olnasop .v-'.! ?'! ??'??? Kteniog, 7, ' ;, „ . PmmiTiT* Mkihodibt Cuuboh— Moryag, II, I' '??, ; . ; Kvpiiind, 7,; '; J ') Miniiters or ohnreh ofllcer. »re' esprcinlly requeited to aegd any. corrections for the above list on Thuraday in ieaoh week, to enanre insertion without charge. laimain #berkt* SATURDAY, M...

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Church Services for To-Morrow BAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow BAST BALMAIN. Br. Mart's, Church of England— I ' Morning, 11, Bar. M. AtchcUU, II. A, .« Evening, 7, „ St. ArouaTiNs's, Roman Catholic— Mms, 7.30 tad 11 a.m., Bean Leonard Vespers, 7, „ #f Pbibbttbriajt Chuich, Campbell street— - ; Horning, 11. Ber J. Coah, M.Al Svening, 7, „ ? *„ OoiftivaATiovAL Church— ? ; . ' Morning 11, Minister from Sydney Evening, 7, „ „ i WiiLBTAif Church* Darling-streefc — Morning, 11, Rev. R. Caldwell ' f . , . Evening, 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear 1 ? '

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Shakespeare as a Moralist. II. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Shakespeare rs a Moralist. —H''' ? ii. The subject of Shakespeare's morality is such' ail attractive one that at tho rist of, wearying some readers (though I am sure, at the same time, that others will be deeply interested), I return to it this week. If there be one thin;- more than another whioh marks a strong line of demarcation between mcditoval and modern doctrine it is tlie different way in wmon lue super natural ij regarded. In the nineteenth: century it is the fashion to assume that we know all about the mysteries both of nature and grace. Worms of the earth though we be, we talk as though the Almighty had in some unexplained way or other oalled ' us into His councils, and revealed to us His seorets. In Shakespeare's day, on the con trary, men did not pretend to know more than tho church taught. Then knowledge of spiritual matters was embodied and symbolised in the oreeds, and the modia through whioh grace was conveyed to tlie soul were held to be the sacraments. Hence tlie h...

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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

'i Gossiping: .Corner. The Hon. Mr. Dalley' is evidently dis satisfied with the result of his previous ' diplomatic move.' Perhaps sufficient of the New South Wales Contingent have not been killed or. wounded to fill liis patriotio soul with the glory expected. Thereforo lie is desirous of sending them to fight against the Russians. What a hapnv tin™ he will have among the '? widders' if any casualties ocour in Afghanistan. I'mnotjBo i surprised at the second offer being made as [j at the fact of Parliament being ngain [i ignored — ah, almost insulted by this offici- 3 ousneas. Surely he is desirous of estab- ? tishing despotism in our fair land. i . So it looks like war_ with Russia, and if it \ takes place the Russians will be to blame. ? As I said onoe before, 1 almost hope it will | take place, for I think the time is oppor tune. England has now Austra, Turkey, -j Persia and presumably Afghanistan on her ? side. Perhaps if the dispute is left for an- re other time she may . not ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Hanlan's Boats. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Hanlan s Boats. At Watson's Paragon Hotel, Circular Quay, Sydney;' Mr, William Pritcbard, the well known auctioneer, sold on April 22nd, the fol lowing mentioned boats used by Hanlan in his matches with Laycook, Clifford, and Bea«h. The ' Gladesville,' in which he defeated Clifford was sold for £20 ; tbe ' Sydney,' in which ho rowed Beach, fetched £13'; the 'Just in Time,' in which he waB defeated by Beach, fetched £22 ; the ' Parramatta,' £13 ; the ' South Head,' £16. Six pairs of soulls were sold at 30s per pair.

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Fatal Tram Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Fatal, Tram Aooldent. ' -H James^ Cardiff, a ' tram guard, met witli ft fatal accident on the Newtown road about half past nine last Wednesday night. When near Queen-street, the tram collided with a spring van and Cardiff, who was oh' the footboard, was thrown into the roadway. The tram was at once stopped and the guard picked up. He was conveyed to the Prince Alfred Hospital, where he died early the next morning,

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Our Local Industries. Messrs. Chidgey, Fay and Berry's Timber Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Our Local Industries Messrs. Ghidgey, Fay iand Berry's Timber Yards. Having attempted to give the readers of the 'Observer' a description of the leading en gineering works of Balmain, and though very much interested, not altogether sorry to escape from the din and turmoil .inseparble from such a bive of industry, we left behind us Mort's Dook Company's premises and turned onr footsteps westward, it is astonishing how quickly old landmarks disappear as the march of civilization progresses. What, a few- years ago, was thick scrub, Is now a perfect nest of shops and dwelling houses, teeming witn life and activity. New. industries spring up ; old ones increase in size and prosperity ; everywhere there is competition; bustle, emulation. Not far from Iron Cove Bridge and situated' at the foot of Terry-street is a large saw mill and timber yard. Now there Is nothing strikingly romantic about a' timber yard. Tbe mention of it does not stir your pulse aud fill your soul with longing to immor...

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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Leiohhardt Ratepayers' Association. The usual meeting of the above took ptace on Tuesday evening last, when there was a good attendaace of members, Sir. Fred. Walsh, President, in the chair. The following officers and members were also present : -Messrs. J. S . Hawthorne, Vice-president ; D. Williams, Treasurer ; H. M. Hyde, Secretary ; Campbell, Kiley, Winkle, Johnson, Blackmore, Dwyer, W. B. Wragge, J.P., and others. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed ; and there being no correspondence, general business was proceeded with. (Mr. Campbell thought some action should be taken by the Association in reference to tram fares, seeing the Council took nb interest in the matter at all, which was a great aontrast to the Camperdown Council, who had been in vited by the Minister for Works to suggest what they thought should be the end of the first section. He thought the people of Annandale were treated most un justly in having to pay the same fares as those who came from ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Damages against the Council. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Damages against the Oounoil. The action brought by Mr, Broadhea^ against the Balmain Borough Council wa heard on Wednesday and Thursday last, at the District Court, before Mr. Justice Wilkins. Mr. Rogers, and Mr Wise, instructed by Messrs. Gannon & Co., were counsel for the plaintiff ; and Mr. Simpson, instructed by Mr. Jones, the Cooncil's solicitor, appeared for the defenoe.. The subject of the a-ition was briefly this : Tbe Balmain Borough Council had occa sion to raise the original level of Cameron street, for the DutDOse of imtirovint; the Btreet. Shortly after the alterations were made, a heavy fall of ra!n took place, and the plaintiff's property, consisting of two houses, was flooded. Ti prevent a recurrence of; a| similar character, the plaintiff was . compelled to raise the height of one of bis houses at a cost of £119. ' lie also olaimed compensation for loss entailed upon him by his tenants leaving his property— m.ikin'j his claim altogether £200, Numerous witnes...

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Dramatic Performance. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Dramatic Performance. The Balmain Amateur Dramatic Club gave an entertainmnt at the School of Arts, Darling street, on Friday, April 24th, in aid of the funds of the club, trio piece selected being Robertson's comedy ' Caste.' The variout performances of the club have hitherto been complimentary ones ; it will be satisfictory, therefore, to those interested in its welfare to know that an overflowing attendance rewarded the efforts ot those who have done so much for the amusempnt and entertainment of tbe mnabuants on ifjast Bantam. -' Caste ' is so well known that very little in the way of ex planation need be said about it. An officer in the army, the Hon. George D'Alroy, falls in love with Esther Eccles, a nymph of the ballet and the heroine of the piece, and in. spitR of the remonstrances of a brother officer, Captain Hautree, insists upon making her his wife. After six months of married life, he is ordered to India, leaving a sum of money for her support, which Eccles, her drunke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

A. A. HAWKINS, (HKWIWCJ MACMl** HKPQI,) iESti .?* ...Has. on, hand a Complete -JBlJm R-, Stock of Madam e JKKHmL Wpige^'s Paper Pat 1 i TRRNB of Dresses, xTt . JIantlos, eto., cut in ten ' TWmm / ^ djffeient sizes, for ladies ? / and children, aocom panied by direotions and . ?ffiliBftsSgk ? -.illustrations for making up, and sold at prices ranging from 6d to; 2s, Newest styles month' v in ' WEIGEL'S JOURNAL OF FASHIONS,' price 7d ;;by post 8d., or Cs. per annum (payable! in advancc). Catalogne of Fashions, 3d., by poster). Sole agent ifi'BALMAIN. | A. A. HAWKINS, Sewing Machine Depot, Darling-Btreet Kast. StJlPPOItT THEE LOCAL 5IAN, Native of the District, who has always spent, his money in your suburb. Exhibition Store, Darling-st. East, BALMAIN. TOWN8END, ; (Late I.. LATOH AM) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ; F iMILY GEOCERS A ND FKUITEEERS. PEIMB B'UTTBE, BACON, EGGS & CHBBSE. nulisitWAUE, CROCKERYWARE, TINWARE, &c., ALWAYS ON HAND. ; : Kjimily Orders Rt',8pectfiilly:S..li...

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Bishop Herbert Vaughan. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Bishop Herbert Vaughan. If report be true, fthd ther^' Ts-every reason to believe it is, we may shortly have among us a distinguished visitor — the Kight : Reverend Dr. Herbert Vauehan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Salford, near Manchester, in England, who it is said has taken his passage in the Austral, the ship belonging to the Orient Company which went down in Sydney harbour. We .have had many distinguished visitors lately, sucb as the Duke of Manchester, Lord Rose bery, Mr. Arohlbald Forbes, Mr. Froude, the eminent historian, Mr. Edward Hanlan, Mr. George Augustus Sala and others, and Bishop Herbert Vaughan is no less distinguished, in his own way. We all recollect tbe late Dr. Roger, Bede Vaughan, Roman Oatholio Arch bishop of. Sydney, by whose energy so much was done towards getting St. Mary's Cathe dral sufficiently advanced as to be opened in his time. We recollect his starting on a visit to England, where he was found dead in bis bed of heart disease, and It was this Bishop Her...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

USEFUL RECIPES. To. Remove Freckles.— .Either ' of the following recipes should prove efficaci ous. ' 1. Elder flower ointment, 1 oz. ; , sulphate of zihe finely powdered, 25 gr. ; ' to be, .applied with finger night aijd morning. 2. '? Sal-amoniac, 60 gr. ; dis tilled water, '1 pint ; lavender water, oz. j bichloride of mercury, 2 gr. ; to be used with a snonee night and morn ing. jYou can get -these .prescriptions made tip by any cheriiiVt. Pickle . for Tongues, .— Water and porter, each 1 quart ; : JsaltpetrB, 4 oz. : bay8alt,.21b. ; common salt, 2 lb.. Sim mer together, and skim, and pour it hot over the tongues, which; have been ' rubbed four days with Sugar, salt and saltpetre. The. tongues having lain in the pickle for ' eight days, will be fit for use. Pickled Tomatoes. — Take, twenty tomatoes, red, but not fully ripe; wipe them quite dry with a soft rag, and put themjintoyour, pickle. jar, dry and slightly 'wanned before the fire, 'with pickling.. onions: and the same numbe...

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Good Templary, its objects and aims. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 2 May 1885

Good Templary, its objects and aims. A lee tare, under this title, was delivered by Mr. A. Crabb, Grand Lo lge Visiting Deputy, I.O.G.T„ in the Temperanco Hall, Balmnin, nnder the anspices of the Good Templars of the district, on Friday nigh 24th The hall was orowded, and as the Balmain lodge were officially preseut. in their regalia, the assem blage presented a very pleasing appearance. The onair was taken by Brother Dlsmorr, Grand Worthy Marshall, who was supported by Brother Gow, P.G.W.C.T., Sister Fisher, D.G.M., and Brother Martin, D,D. Brother Dismorr, G.W.M., in opening the meeting, addressed a few remarks to the audience, in which he urged furthet effort on the part of the Good Templars present, and asked of those who were not members or the order, that they would think well over what Brother Crabb was about to tell them In his lecture of Good Templary, and while he hoped they would orlticise the lecture closely, he also hoped they would, at the same time, put away any pre j...

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THE STORYTELLER. A TERRIBLE HATRED. CHAPTER II.—BY THE DEATH BED. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

THE STORYTELLER. ;j;:: „ ' .A TERRIBLE 'HATRED, f Chapter IL— By the Death Bed. Mr. Grice went to bed, and presently fie .slept,- but not/-a restful Bleep. He 'dreamt,1 and in his' dreaming he cried alopd so that even Miss Bews. heard the , poitfe. . Alnd !\yhen.i he, 'came'' down; ' to ? 'breakfast he looked haggard,, and his. nsual ' Good-morning '.was spoken in a'voice so'husky that Miss Bews ventured, to SHggesV'ihat h'e had' caught cold. ?' ????'? ' Perhaps so.' r„ . . r ; Then he took up' the newspaper and seemed to be reading ; but Miss Hews observed that 'lii6 eyes were fixed on, one part of the paper, and that he wias . only shamming to read. At the usual hour he went tout,- but not quite -in his 1 usual manner. He did not brush his hat, he i;jdid.:not tap and examine the 'weather gla88j and he did not sayj ' Goodmorn5 ingj* Miss Bews.' : Mr.'Oobley also noticed Itlie- changed manner of his employer. Mr. Grice read his letters, and.thenrsat for a full hour before he gave an...

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"ALL READY AND ALL ONE." AN AUSTRALIAN PATRIOTIC SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

'ALL READY AND ALL ONE.' ; . an Australian Patuiotio Sono., (By GERALD MAS8EY,) What is the news to day, boys? ji -,! V :.H^ve they fired, the signal gun ? t; j iBwW^ahbwer but one way,. boys/ J :J' W e are ready for the .fray, boys, . a : ! ' r. ?' . ,f;All ready and all one 1 . r '; i They shall, not say we 'boasted ; ' t'1,\ , B7'l! ' Of 'deeds thej'would be done;;.;,' Or Bat anu cneerea.ana ipasrea. t , .. . We are marshalled, drilled' and ^posted, _ ' , , , All ready and all one,! , , ,.T ?? 1 { ' * \f\ . ; -X » 1 ?' ? ? r.) YX I. j We are not os driven cattle .. That .would the confliot shun, ...... jVj !l;i' Th'pjr have to test our metal ' . : Aw volunteers of Battle.- ,, ,,.1 ^ T; :f ' All ready arid all one 1 | The 'life-streams of the Mqther 1 if-T v 1 p Thro' all' her'you'ngste'rs run, r r Arid brother stands by brother, : ' -1 t!-«; .»?: :To die with one another 'n , : .All ready; arid all one 1 '? Sydney, May 2, 1 885.. j !

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