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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

MES. TOR R, LADIES' t WAREHOUSE, MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING, FANCY DRAPEBY,' UNDERCTOTHING, ?. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING., . « ; - We?xon Stbeet, BA» J IK. h:. w; sotjebah:, ... CABINET MAKER, FRENCH POLISHER, & UPHOLSTERER, BEATTIE-STREET, BALMAIN. ALL kinds of old furniture bought, exchanged or repaired at mnat moder ate term. Shop fittings irade to order or altered on the shortest notico, X trial solicited. A. A. HAWKINS, (SKIVING MAC1IHVK IlliPOT.) Jj&Lk . . Has on hand a Coinplirte J|||g». Stock of Madame WEIGEL'8 l'APER PAT TRRNS of Dresses, Mantles, - etc., cut in t*n W|Kg7 / * different sizes, for ladies ? f and oliildren, accom panied by directions and illustrations for making up, and sold nt prices ranging from (Id to 2r. Newest ? styles monthlv in ' WEIGEL'S J0U1SNAL OF FASHIONS,' price 7d ; by post 8d., or Gs. per annum (jiajfl-blu in advance). Catalogue of Fashions, 3d.., by post 4d. Sole agent in BALMAIN. A.A.HAWKINS, Sawing Machine Depot, Darling-street East GOO...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

'ALEXANDER'S COTTON. W. LOUDEN & CO.,: ^AGENTS, . ' ? CHANGE - ALLEY, PITT ST.. N. ! ' SYDNEY.

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Curreiit items. A splendid linul of schnapper was made by one of the usual winter fishing parties, whioh leffe.Balinain in the Pysclie for Coalcliff, near Woollongong, at 12 p.m. on Saturday last. The party con sisted of twenty, and between them they managed to secure 954 schnappers in something under 12 hours, by no means a discreditable performance. The P\ ache returned to Balmain at 8 o'clock on Sunday evening. - A painful; accident happened 'to a labourer employed in unloading the steamer Glaucus, coal laden, at the Mortis Dodk wharf, on Monday night. .The unfortunate man, whose name is George.,. Tyler, was on the night shift, and while- proceeding with his work slipped' and fell down the hold, a depth of 24 feet, with the result that he was very severely injured. He w'as removed to the hospital, where it was found his right collar bone, was fractured. The Rev. A. G. Fry, the pastor of the Balmain Congregational Church, arrived by the Orient steamer, John Elder, On Wednesday las...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

WANTED; a General Servant. Apply, J. H. HDNl', Boot Palace, Balmain. . WANTED, All . Classes of SERVANTS, Highest Wages.— HAWKINS' Sewing Machine and Piano Depot, Darling-street^ Ladies, lkabn dkess cutting and Pit TING, 10s. 61.— Mrs. HAWKINS' Dress Patern Dep6t, Dariing-street. ' YOD can PURCHASE EVERYTHING YOU NEED by Easy Payments at HAWKINS' Depot/ Darling-street. NEEDLES,. Parts, Oils,' Cottons and .BE PAIBS of every ' Sowing Machine at HAWKINS', Darling -8i reet. LOST, last Monilay afternoon, TRAVELL ING RUG, betwe-jn Balmain and Ryde. Finder Rewarded. - Apply, J. B. REA, Mullens-street. Balmain . 11H UEJE second-hand DINGIES for Sale, . Cheap.. Apply, SMITH'S (late. Read's) Boatshed, Longriew-street, Balmain. To Let. f;V HOUSE in Mansfield-street, Balmain, near Gas Works, Apply to Messrs : RUS ? 8ELL & SONS, 359 George-street, Sydney. PRIVATE DANCING GLASSES, School of Arts, Bnlmain. Juveniles, Wed nesday afternoon ; Adults, Friday even ing. Terms : Miss JDEANE, Wate...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 5, 1885. .. Present, — The Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A.), Aldermen M'Donald, Buchanan, Burns, Milne, Cameron,. Kenniff, Clubb, Briggs, and Panch. The minutes of the previous .ordinary, and special meeting (held to inspect' and take over Yeend-street and wharf) were read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Secretary of the Gas Works, ex plaining that the lamp at (he corner of Rown tree-street was not lit on the evenings of the 9th and 10th ultimo, '.n conscqnenoe of water getting into the dry meter. Received. 'From the Under-Secretary of Justice, to the effect that the Minister considered a recent letter from the Council on the question o^ the new court-house to be out of harmony with the arrangements, already conveyed to 1 him. Received. The Mayor explained that some hitch had taken place in connection with ac- epting the lender for the new courthonse. From — Morthwick, asking the Council to re mo.' e the pump at the head of the creek in A...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Suburban and General The banquet given by, the Camperdown ratopayera .to: Alderaian Sparkes was a .very pleasing recognition of useful servioe independence of character, and unselfish labour for the public good. . As the ohair-' man pointed out, Mr. SporkeB is emphatical ly a worker — one of the busy bees of muni cipal life ; and whatever, he puts his hand to he' doe's fearlessly and energetically. These are valuable qualities and command admiration, even when you(inay not agree : with the worker in all things'; and they are the qualities upon - which . municipal government depends for. its usefulness and' success. The lot .of - an Alderman is not always a happy one, as for Mr. Hammond remarked'^ he is ignored at gatherings where idle fiatteerrs are honored guests, and the city press rarely misses an opportunity to 'heap ridicule upon him. The foibles of aldermen furnish one Sydney journal at ;least with many an interesting brevity,' whilst it has- never a word of praise for constan...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1885. (Before Mr. L. Yates, D.S.M.) POLICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

B^jbHAlN -70LI0E OOUKT. ' Mcwday. Mat 4, 1886. ' . (Before Mr. L. Yates, D.S.M.) ' POLICE CHARGES. , Charles August was charged with commit ting an offence against decency, Fined 10s. John^ O'Neill, on biil, charged with being drunk in - Darling-street, was fined 10s, or 48 hours, ? 1 Charles , Dawkins, charged with being drunk nnd disorderly in Beattie-lane, was fined 10s, or 48 hours. He was also charged with assaulting Constable Beadman in the execution of his duty ; but at the request of his s-'lioitor, Mr. Leslie, the case was remanded until Wednesday, bail being allowed ; the ac cused in £20, and 2 sureties in £10 cach. William Jermaine was charged with being drunk in Mort-atreet. Fined 5s, or detained till the rising of the Court.

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Mr. Hammond, M.P., on Municipal Councils. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Mr. Hammond, M.P., on Municipal Councils. Speaking at the Sparkes1 banquet at Camperdown on Wednesday, Alderman Hammond, .of Ashtield said It was almost impos.-ible to over estimate the importance of municipal work, and as bearing out this remark he-quoted the following fio.u u speech by Mr. Gladstone at Porta in 187J : — ' Without these institutions of local govern ment, the country would not be what it is. These institutions not only provide for the hi-at IranRinhinnQ nf nffnirfl hnf. fhatr lilrawioa constitute ties of attachment between the community, and its 'most eminent, 'trusted, and distinguished . 'members. *' They 'open'' the channels through which the citizens of par ticular communities come forth from a pro vincial to an imperial position. They traiu up in those important, , though ;more contracted spheres, those qualities of manhood, discretion, intelligence, and general ability whi«;b enable many in'virtue of tnat training;- when 'oallfld upon as it may be from time to...

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SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Small Debts. 7 Harper, j'un., v. Graham— £1 5s 6d, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed, with 5s Costs r , Murray v. Doyle — £3, rent. Verdict for amount claimed, with 5s coats. H. Jesson v; W. Street— £5 :15ri l'ld, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed, with 8s costs. Simpson v. Street— £6 15 6d, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed, with 7s costs. D. W. Walker v. E. Roberts.— £6 3s 3d. goods sold. Verdict for amouht claimed, with 5s costs. D. W. Walker v. Peter Speed— £5 35s lOd goods sold. Verdict: for ainount claimed, with 6b costs.

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Mr. Garrard, M.P., on the Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

? Mr, Garrard, M.P., on th* Parliament, j At a banquet given to Aldermau Sparkes at Camperdown last Wednesday, Alderman Garrabd was first called upon to respond' to this toast. It was well said that the Parliament was what the people made it. 'It was the people's own fault if the -wrong men were Bent, and the people! would have the opportunity of rectifying any mistakes that mignc ne made, do mr as tne present Parlia ment was concerned, he believed it had done good and loyal service at any rate, it had devoted more time to legislative duties than any previous- Parliament. He -beliered that the members'present Were the most' regnlar atten dant* of the whole Assembly.; Infact, most of ' the work of the' Assembly was'done by the metropolitan and ''Suburban members. He trusted Parliament would soon pass a Local Government Bill, for the country had asked for it for years. This, he believed, would form the chief, measure of the next session. But, he hoped, before it was passed, ample oppo...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH, 1885. POLICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

7 Wednesday; May 6th. 1885. POLICE CHARGES. i Patrick Hayes, charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and dray in Darling-street, was fined 20s, or 7 days'. ChaB. Dawkins, convicted:; of . assaulting Constable Beadman in Beattie-lane on Satur dav las', was fined 20s, or 21 days. ? Eliza Dunton, charged with using obscene language, was fined 40s, and 4s lOd costs, or 14 days. James Collins, was charged with using inde cent lnnguape in the bar of Mertonville Hotel. Mrs. Jane Coates, wife of the licensee; gave evidence to the effect that, on the 25 k ultimo the defendant came into the, bar, and being refused drinks, made use of the language com plained of. . Fined 20s, and 6s 8d costs, or 7 davs. , ; ' ' Louis Hynman, ' charged, with ' riotous behaviour, was fined lQs, and 2s 6d costs) or 3 da.v8.-_ Patrick Austen, charged with riotous be haviour, was fined 10s, and 4s 4d costs, or 4 days. _ : Alexander Whittle and Hugh Reilly, charged' with riotous behaviour, were each fine...

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Newton Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

^^v'Newtqwn Water Supply, ' f' . : ; A .depntatioh from Newtown, ico i-nisting of the Mayor of Newtown, Aldermon Jolly. Boots, Goodsoll, Gibbes, and Peirce, waitetl on bis . Worship the Mayor of .Sydney, on Thursday,' relative to the intermittent water supply. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Alderman Hart, and nsk id that the water should be.supplied at least every alternate day in Newtown. The matter was referred to the City Engineer, pending whose report the supply remains as before.

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

' Church uSer vices ifor. To-Morrow [?] ' St.-.MAR* s, Churoii of Englnnrt — ' Morning,' 11, Hot. M. Arohdall, M.A, - ; Evening,- 7,' „ „ j Si. ArawriNi'a, uomnn Catholic — _ Mnaa, 7,30 and 11 a.m., Sean Leonard Vespers, 7, „ PusBTiXBtur Chdboh, Campbell street— I Morning, 11, fiov J. Cosh, M.A, KvcniiiR, 7,, . „ ; ' Co«QmisoATio!TAt Cncnon— - Morning 11, Itov. A. G. Fry \ , J ; ',7 Evening; 7, . „ : ; i Wi8WTAK.,CHDnon.:X)arling-i.troot— ' ? i .', 'Morning, II, Rev. F. 33. Fletohor, M.A. Eyeuing, 7, Iiov. R. Caldwell ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

I r -MULLED -MEAT COMMtff, - - B'A^MA;IN. , ! ? ./^e ire now prepared to supply .Families with 1 ' our Chilled Meat, on 'easonab e terms. I F'aniili,'S wishing to be supplied, bin'lly s £ ' (in Ordi% artdreMCil.to^Manaeer, | ? . CilUXED MBAT.COMPAhT. I cni«l»'Hondi»nctTli«oiei«fitrcot.Bi»*hinl«i; 1 JAMES HYDE & SONS, . | IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, | 'mrannfnotnrera «f- 'Oust and Wrousjht: Iron: | j\l (jjml.-n Srals; Biil--oiiy Columns and $ ; Palisadin, ?. Wrttc'r I'ipiw, &«. . ? i: y' f{ All 8'r.t's f Truck and Barrow Wheels, al ii ways on hand. , , ? i $ CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY I 1 AND TK.VMWAY CONTRACTORS, I Weston-street, Balmain 1 General Castings of any description to four I tons exeonted with despatch. ; I J.MATTHEWS, I Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, I Cove & Grove Streets, Balniain. J1 i XL kinds of Boots made and* Repaired. 1 ft., Fancy Slippers made up. Terms moderate. Orders promptly execute. J, W. Cunningham & Co. (Late Balmain Fuel Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ?; ;; . ; medical. ... , 30 T GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon - Jj« (formerly of Goulburn), has succeeded Dr. Jones in the practice of his profession at - ~ Balmain,' and maj be consnlted daily at his V'-'r&sidence Llanayrori, Booth and Darvall-Btreets, ' 'opposite Pigeon Ground (late residence of Dr. ?;*-' Jones) 9 to 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 to ? BP:™.. ' .?? ! . ? ; ! ' . ? ' ; ? MEDICAL. : ? i ' j ? A LL-Persons 'indebted to the late firm of J\ Drs. JONES and MACQUEEN are re quested to -pay. their accounts before May 31st ' ; 4o -Dr. MACQUEEN, '3; Hyde Park Tqrrace, - -?' liiverpool-street, Sydney, or to Dr. D AVID- IA : V, SON, ? Booth-street, Balmain. Accounts then outstanding will on June 1st be in the hands of the Trade Protection Society for collection BB!the final settlement of tlie.late firm is fixed ; for June 30lh', 1885. ' ' ? . . . ' Vaeei nation, j DR. OWEN F.~ S. EVANS,' Government! Vac : cinator, vaccinates every. Tuesday and ^'Thursday ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

?WEST BALMAIN.. ! . 1 ? Br; ThoUAB', Cliuroh of England— '? Moriring,.ll, Rev. El D. Madgwiok ? ? Evening, 7. „ ,, ? 8x. Joint's, Church of England (Birehgrove road) — , ? Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Btardoa : Evensong 7.80, „ „ ?/.t ),;..;-;8tvJ0SB*S'Bs Boman Catholic— ' ' ' Masu,8and 10, Tathor T. O'Beilly ' Vespers, 7, „ ,, , .. .. ' St. Paul's. Presbyterian— Morning, ,11, Kov.TRobt. D. Hntohison ..Evening, .7, ..Rov, Geo. Grimm, M.A. ? ?*' 1 . 7 *, : -- fiubjoct ; ' Unfulfilled ProphQcy.V sj Bv«'ning, 7, Mr. M. Kolly ' ? : ' WlSLtTAK CHWac^.(CftUan Park)— ? ( ' Momlng, 'j 11) 'Jtev.- P. E. Fletcher, M.Ai Evening, 7, Student. . . BAinsT Ohueod. (Mullens itroot)—. , . Mornlh'g, ll, Ebvi J. J, Glasaop Eyenlng, .7, . — „ ? ?», I PiiKrnvJiiMiiHoniBt.CanacH— _ '.. Horqbg, 11, Evening, 7, , Ministers or church officers are espeoiMly requested to send any corrections for tho abovo list on Thursday in each weckj to ensure insertion without charge-.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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VOLUNTEERS FOR LEICHHARDT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

VOLUNTEERS FOR LEIOHHARDT. id THE EDITOR./' i\(| | j\ ) ! Sir, — At this .junoturo, ; when all the suburbs are offering' the services of their chivalrous inhabitants' as volunteorsj I fanoy that it only. wants a little ; organiza tion iu our suburb for our local military force to outnumber thwe of/most of .the suburban districts, and, ours yoiild I think willnot be found wanting in that steady ap plication necessary to drill them into form, and make|them fit to defend their ' hearths and homes,' for as a rule each one. in Leiohhardt. owns Ins house ana iroenoia and therefore has more than the ordinary motives for self-protection. Well, Sir, so many things being loft to a very few workers in Leichhardt to organise and pilot to a successful issue, , and as I am ' thorough ' when 1 begin I do hot like to take the whole responsibility of starring this movement, as I should have perhaps to negleot something else ; yet should any one or two come forward to ' father ' the movement - 1 will...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

TO THE EDITOR. . ? Sir, — A' few weeks ago ,a subject:of the ut-. most importance' to tho country at large, and :Balmain in particular, received skilful, treat ment through the columns of your valuable paper, at the -hands .of ^the juniormember lor th:s suburb. Not only is the Illawarra' railway being constructed to meet the raquiremen.ts of faimers. dairymen, &c., of a . district that:i-) universally admitted to be pos-iessed of tin most luxuriant fertility, and whioh . has re ceived. at tho hands of men competent to judge of its merit», the flattering title of ' the garden of New Sonth Wales,' but undoubtedly the original object in co strueting a railway along the Southern coast, was to open the co il mineB that are destined to exist - among the mountains of the Iilawarra ranges,- where from prospecting it has been ascertained vast quan tities of the gaseous mineral now lies lurking, unmolested and undisturbed by human power; Taking it for granted then, that on the comple-...

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IMPORTANT DECISION UNDER THE MUNICIPALITIES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

IMPORTANT DECISION UNDER THE MUNICIPALITIES ACT. Supremo - Court, Friday, May 1. In Banco. — (Before their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Windoyer, ALLEN V. BOROUGH OF ST. LEONARDS. Mr. Field, instructed by Mr. C.' B. Pitt,' appeared on behalf of the plaintiff, to move tb make absolute a rule nisi to set aside a nonsuit in the above case. Mr. Salomons, y.U., ana Mr. itogers, mstructeu oy .Messrs. Piggott and Trickett, appeared oh behalf of the Borough of St. Leonards, to show cause. The aotioh was one tried before Mr. District Court Judge Murray, for tres pass on land and damage to the plaintiff's property, at Bridge-street, St. Leonards. Defendants pleaded not guilty by statute, and not;~p6ssessed, and the Judge holding that the borough did what they were em powered to do by statute, nonsuited the ?plaintiff. It appeared that the Counoil of St. Leonards gave the plaintiff notice to remove a fence encroaching on the footpath. He neglected to do so. They then notified that ...

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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Leiohhardt. LOROUG II. COUNCIL, MEETING. Monday, May. 4, 1885. Present — His Worship the Mayor (Alder-1 ninn John Younp). and .Aldermen Moore,' lhvison', Heirn, Noale, Whitinpr. ' Kvans,' Arguimbau. and- Scott, and the Clerk, (Mr.. Beanies). i The minutes of the last meeting were read! and confirmed. ' A nuisance. - The Mayor called attention io a nuisance, at the head ot Kozelle Bay, which, lie : said, ; was dangerous to the health of the neighbour-' liuort, and sugpesled that the Council fliould' semi a letter to the Minister for Lands, re questing him to -resume the whole of that low land for'the purposes of a recreation ground. — The Council decided that such a - letter should be sent. CORRESPONDENCE. Several letters were read asking that the footpaths of Annandale-street be formed.- — It was stated that the road must be first formed. A letter -was read from the Commissioner for Railways, in answer to the Council's com plaint that the grating under the tramwny at junction of Nor...

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