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Correspondence. A CRICKET GROUND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Corresp ondence. .I---'-'i,V-:,:-.--A.OBIOKET f: ROUND, ... - TO THE. EDITOR. Sir,— Allow me throngh:'the medium, of ?your valaablo paper, 4o draw attention to the disadvantages Balmain cricketers are labouring under, for the want of a suitable ground, where on' to enjoy, that sport which is welljknown to be one of the most manly of games. Some months ago. a meeting was called for the pur pose of forming a 'fcrioket association.'.' in | BAlmain, and had it been properly; supported, the idea would have proved a good ' one, but it received'such poor support, even from those immediately interested in its formation, that it hoB, like 'many other : good intentions; fallen through, ' ? , The absence of : a suitable gronnd in Bal niain is undoubtedly felt by our junior clubs, who in order to enjoy their sport are' obliged to do so upon any pieoe of ground they may by chance find nnoccupied, and then with the fear , of the ball being precipitated , through a window, and are exposed to other...

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 — 9 May 1885

Sporting I Secretaries of raving, bicycle, bowling, football, and snckat clubB are requested to send in reportB of matches for publication in this column not later than 'Wednesdays CRICKET. ; . . Ivanhoes v. Maodontldtowhs. — This match was played at Macdonald'own on Saturday, May 2nd, 1885, and resulted in a win fer the former by 8 runs. The. scores were, Invanhoes 76. P. Charlton with 32 ; Bolton 10, being top scorers. ' Macdonaldtotvns. 68 ; Sweetman, 20, being the only batsman on the losing side who seemed to be at home with Charlton's bowling.; ' :P.i: Charlton; secured the fine result of 8 wickets fpr 12 runs . For the losers Sweet man end Folkes divided the bowling honors ;- Huxley behind the stiokB, stumping four of the Ivanhoes in good style. . Lcichhardt Victors v. Summer Hill, Fair mount. — Won by the former. . Scores : Leioh hardt Viotors 32, T. Winslow 6 ; Summer Hill 27. G. Maiden ;7. Clements and Winslow bowled well for the winners, as did Maiden and Qelding for tho o...

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

Balmain-: Cottage HoBDlta). A meeting of the' general committee of the above was held in the Town Hall on Monday night last, when there, were present Aldermau Briggs (in the ohair), Alderman Buchanan Messrs. Tomkins, Ellis BobinBon, J. Sorrie C G. Cameron. J. W. Breakwell, J. M'Laugh'lin G, Mitchell, and. 'the secretary (Mr. G, f' Poolo). The Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard) was also in attendance immediately after the meetine opened, h The minutes of (the previous meeting, held ; - : on August 5, 1884, ' were read and confirmed Apologies were; read from Mr. W. A N Hutohinson, M.L.A., and Alderman Gcort-e I i Clubb. ' . ' b ii Letters from the Post Office Department in PI reference to the vaoating on the 30th ult. of $ the cottage granted by the Government for a =1 temporary hospital were read and received. The secretary stated that the principal $ reason there had not been any. meeting of the y general committee since August last was that there was nothing for them' to do. After a -3 good de...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, 8th MAY. Before Mr L. Yates, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

Friday, 8th May. Before Mr L. Yates, S.M. Francis McKeon and Margaret Blaok, charged with being drunk in Darling street, were ea'h fined 5s or detained till the rising of the court. F. J. Keenan, an old soldier, was charged with being drank and disorderly in Weston street and also with using obsenec language in Beattie street. In consideration of liis having been in the look-up for a week His Worship discharged him on the first offence, but fined him 20s for the second; in default seven days. Francis Killcen was summoned by airs Sarah Hunt for using insulting language to hey. It appeared froqi the evidence tjiat the plainti# was continually beipg molested by the accused, au4 on the occasion complained of he stood outside her residence in Hunt lane and made use of language of a most offensive character. His Worship fined the defendant, who has been in gaol several times before, the sum of £3, with 4s lOd costs of court and ?ls professional cOBts ; in default two months/ The following...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

LeAthliardt Ratenavers' Association. I A special meeting of the above was held at the Albert Hall, Parramatta road, on Friday, 1st instant, when there was alarge attendance; of members and- of ratepayers (non-members) amongst whom were Messrs. Fred Walsh (president), in the ohair, Haw thorne, Wragge, - Blabkmore, Winkle, Kiley, Dwyer, jMay, Campbell, Murray, Mainer, Porne, Henderson, and about a dozpn others. Tjie President explaiped thfit the' sppcif.1 meeting ' yyas cpnvenpd, tp tajte jpfo consideration the constitution of the Ased ciation with spepial reference to there jection by the Counojl of a respectfully worded communication to it at its lust meeting, and detailed the ciroumstances of a motion baying baen passed by the Association, . A letter embodying that motion (which letter was published in the 'Suburban ; Independent') was read at the Counoil meeting, when one alderman (Mr. Sobtt) moved it be not received, another seconded it, and there upon the Mayor said he did not i...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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St. Augustine's School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 9 May 1885

St. Augustine's Sohool Concert. [If , ; A .concert' an; aid: [of the : St. ; Augustine's school fund, was given at the' School of Arts, on Monday last. There was a large attendance and a good programme was we'll sustained from start to finish. Of the performers, Mi6s Fitzsimons played the opening pianoforte solo with 'excellent touch and 'expression, and the same young lady was 'singularly happy in her recitation of ;-'Thp dream of 'Eugene Aram,' which was, in our opinion, the best rendered iicux uu buo piugittujwe* w cricu bang ' The murmur of the shell ' and ' Killarney,' the latter beautiful ballad being, well sung and warmly received ; Miss Kellaher sang the ' Beating of my own heart ' and ' At the Ferry ' with very good taste, but with scarcely sufficient power to be heard with effect ; and the same may be said of Miss Banks, whose two songs !' True till death ' and ' The sweet little .shamrock,' were charmingly rendered but must - have been almost inaudible now and then at the...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER. DOLLY'S DELINQUENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

THESTORYTELLERl DOLLY'S DELINQUENCIES. ' ' ' Aha why shbuid ^not gof I de+ mnnded poutirigly. ' 1 I I' BeKMie'it'.iB^nbt'a fit ^iiace for yot| to see, darling, '[ anskertimy husband. | ' l am the best judge of What is ancj what not fit for me t^sae,' I. return witli dfgattyV' t- -?, ' ' J ' 'ii Ai | 'Will look* , atj me and stares and laughs. ,u - . f ,r ? ? r, j 'I'm Aft you ? Upon what1 jgroutids da i yen puv xorTTBra jour : ciuiuia lor snper-i -iority of judgement ?' ? - i M^llarfie^^nien are .alwaya . allowed mbre freedbin of action than singlet girla,1'/ Jf rejoined' evasively ,iqueting fromj a speech onee made to me by a dis-j itgge^bjle imarned friend rin /reproof of] some scatter-brained offenee I had cotn-i mitted* and which .1 bad defended by] Mseiting..,tbat ahe had done, the., like: j.',, - ? . H . „ j I. i J 'J' Single girls— married J AJb, . you , deatliitle wife^of nineteen years !,J-cries| Will,^Bttfmpting to kiiB me ; ; bnt-I am offend'ed jind turn away my, head. . ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

JAMES HYDE & 30N8. \fi!ib«e6mrr^( GmI and Wiought Iroii) ~ B*IppbyrCoUimi» ahd Husadlngs, Water Pipes, Ac. e^p^nrow^^els, *1 OA8KNGS -SUPPLIED, TO RAILWAY ? v. I ?% 5 :V/,.. * '' ?? ? * ? Gcnenl Otttitigs of ahyHescription to fonr ' ^QnQiJ \k\ , :s«jp P't; , Ifa.are now pnpaied to supply Families w»tl» . MtK^I«MMVoB n^BonaUe teirmii- -.i~ j Families wishing tobe supplied, kindly send M Order, addressed lo 'Manager, i spwina : ' COTTON. 1 '' W. LO|WpENaft''tOV;: , . 1 '. I ' :--y\ , .AGENTS* y; -.-, ; '.» : ; ; ' 17 CHANGE ALLBY. PIIT STj . N- ' v;i q/rur:,- SYDNEY. | ,,.r M'^T'iHrMVAA PH-SU,-, li;-i j&JiaTOT^^ ft a aa. v jmrtau nt/MYuinu. ? ==^== ? :.?? = & SONS ?/ ( f *::- ! : - ! ?? - ? ? — - ? — ? ? ??? I v.-ol. *»|w nof-io,! -.- : rj?.-rolBa ; ? ?. v-iv :-.-??? '.'??? ?.!????:???:. Universal Providers. Importers. a iheuse rmtiisjs or iiiip'' iaitcles At special prices. ? '? ? } One Oii?nea Mcuitl&s for ^ilbeen Shillings. ' Qui^ea Mantles tor Thirt...

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Suburban and General [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

Suburban and General A London correspondent says the 'pay igiven ,to . our . N.S.Wi, Contingent will/ make the English soldiers discontented. ° . A cask pf Australian wine was presented to Prince Bismarck. on his . birthday, He would take more notice oE that than he did of the N.S.W. Contingent. It is stated that the military authorities intend to hold a revieiv of troops of all arms on the 24th, in honor of Her Majesty, The City Improvement Board have, during the past few years, caused some 2,000 buildings to -be demolished. .. -? - The dispute with Russia 'is settled, at least so - say the .telegrams. How. longwiU it be be-' fore another arises over the same question. ? Our N.S.W. Contingent, sent away in a moment' of ' emergency,' said Mr. Dalley, have riot yet had a fight, and now tho British . Government are going to abandon the Soudan. The Contingent better stay at Suakim,1 defeat - Osman Digna, and send for Mr. Dalley to be made ' king ' of that territory. '? / ' . Fourteen h...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

' ; CRICKET. ; The Ryde and the Osborne , Cricket Clubs met again on Saturday'and continued their match.' The Osbornes pht together 112 for' their first innings, and the Ryde 116 for their second— a total in both innings for the latter pf 179, thus leaving the Osbornea to. got 68 to : win, ' '-' 111 ; Osborne v. ; Ironclads. This -matoh was played at Birch^rove on Saturday, ,May 9th, and resulted in an' easv win for the former by ' 29 runs. The soores were— Osbornes ' 42 ; Birch grove, Ironclads 13, 'J. O'Toole 18 (not out) batted well for the winners, and Read .(5) for the losers. C. Kurtz secured 6 wickets for 6 runs, and J, Hill .4 for 7. runs for the' Osbornes ; for the losers Hagetty and Pride divided the b'owljng honors. ?

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CONCERNING LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

OON.OE RNING LOANS. ,, When Ben«&n^ meets ^ie ' neighm)ar, takes him by the button Hole and, 'With a genial smile, Bays to him, ' Won't you lend Benson half-a-crown ?'' and gets it, then, and there, we call that a small lcwn. Thefe are loans of various kinds. There .are . foreed and unforced loans. There are , loans at. an exorbitant interest, as for. 'ex'ample/froHQt eome pawiifcrokeriJ in Neir South. Wales, who get-100 per cent., jrhiQh the jOj&VOTnindint o.oght not | toj let them havcT. There are, on the contrary, loans (at a fair interesti , as in England. TiiWe are loanB to nations, and loans to indiriduals. England has, in past days, been a large borrower. She has also, been a large lendeir, and is so at this moment. 8he. is now lending to her; coloidres, wbioh is but just.. She has lent .in her money market^ to thd New South Wales - government. Even our borough councils have obtain«d loans in London, as for instance Newtown and Leichhardt. Here we hare, two i ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

BOWLS.'-' In accordance , with the ' programme ', of . matohes for the president's- trophy, in connec tion with the. 'N.S.Wi- Bowling Agsociation, three sets of bowler* from the Balmain Club ? met a like number from that of Parramatta on the City Green, Cook Park, last ; Saturday afternoon, and our champions were, once again, victorious. The game 'was fairly well con-' n nrl on nnnV.nV.ln nnn From the appended score: it will he seen ' that each rink was won by the Balmainites, the final result being a win with 38 points to the good: — PABBiitAm Cum. Balhaik Oidb.' J. A. Nioholl F. W. Anatoa ' . O. Wesley ? . I J. Long ?J.B.Ferris ? ff H.'Srattan '37 J. Toohov (captain) ,1 J. Davis (oaptsin). - .1 E. Trond'.- ?- G. Solfo . '' v VT, AJVUUJ |n 'XI-« AL MJ1UVUU& A. Johnson, Bonr. ? J. D. Cronin -36 W. J. Porria (captain) ,T. D. Cohen (capt.) Captain M'Orao 'f ' O. Head' G. Coatea G. O. Murdock M'. Stewart ? ??'-'VV.Cruicliahimk .28 A. T. Gilbert (capt.) T. B. Allt (Captain)' ' '...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

Current, items The Revision Court for revising the electoral list was held , at the Town Hall on Monday last. . Only six applications wejre 'received from persons claiming to have their nameB inserted on the 'Roll, of which two were granted and four disallowed. : - A^sad .'accident qoc'orr^d in Birch grote-roid on Tuesday last. ' A young girl named Mary Ann Reynolds, six teen years of age, domestic \ servant in the service of Mrs. Oobli!,e was 'engaged in washing for her mistress, when by some mischance or other, her dress was caught by the flames of the fire as she was passing*. it.- The unfortunate -girl was qnickly enveloped' in flames and rushed upstairs for assistance, but finding no one there she ran out into the street where her screams attracted the atten tion : of 'Mrs.' Main, w;ho keeps a store opposite, and several young men from a neighbouring pnblio house. Mrs. Main very pluckily seized the girl and threw her on the ground, where, with the - assistance - which quickly a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

Sporting. . [Seorotario* of rowing, bioyolo, bowling, football,' and , I -orfokot olnba ore reqilMMd to send in reports of mbtchei i for public ation in thii oolumn'oot later than Wednesdays

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 11, 1885. (Before Mr. Johnston, D.S.M.) POLICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

balmain policb coubt. ^Monday, Mat. .11, 1885V. , . . ( Before^Mr. JobnBtqn, D.S.M. ) ' POLICE OHAEGBS. j f Thomas: Biriks was chhrged' With bping drunk and disorderly. ' Fined 10s, or detained until :risihgo'f tfie:Cdurt.' ' ;'- . James-Martin,- on bail, was charged'with an oftenoo against decency. Fined 10s Or i'dsya. . Franois- McEeori- 'was . charged with being drunk in Rowntree-street ; fined 10s, ot 2 days ; also with using obscene language fined 60s, or 1 month, ?William Edwards, charged with being drunk arid disorderly in Stewart-street. . :Fined.:i0s,or '2' days, * ? ...... ; Kate Honeyman was oharged with using obscene' langaage, arid fined 20s .'and 9s 6d costs, or 7- days. [ , Small Debts ...... ' 'Mirtin v, Knowlea— £2 14a 7d, goods sold. Verdiot for amount claimed, with 7s costs. | ? Jung'v. Muir — £8 6s, goods sold. Verdiot for amount claimed, with 5s 'costs. ! -' Jung v. Kinnefir— £2 4g 2d,.goods Bold. Ver dict for amount claimed, with '6s .costs. | Walker v. Klnnear...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

Gossiping Co ner. - The election of military officers for . the Balmain Artillery is over, arid I hardly know whether to congratulate, the suooess- - fill candidates or the unsuccessful ones, Some; idea : of the saoiifices Volunteer, officers havei to make for their country may be gathered from tho faot that the' complete regimental rig out,- . inoluding dress and undress : uniform, cost 60 guineas. This is the faot exemplification of the Horrors ot war. Several young gents of my acquaintance, on reoeiving these warlike invoices to .the above tune, imniediately desired to sink into the ranks Where, the! Government, buy the clothes. When the faots become disseminated, pos- sibly a reaction may set in the Artillery Corps,' and all hands may desire to be ' privates still.' I think the rejeoted candidates deoidedly the best off. I should very much like to know what the borough regulation are with respPbt to the removal- of house refuge. ; I have hetird several complaints from residents ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. (Before Mr. Whittingdale Johnston, D.S.M.) POLICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

Wednesday, Mat 13, (Before Mr. Whitt^ngdale Johnston, D.S.M.) POLICE .OHABGES. Thomas Stephens', Robert ^empsey, and James McK-3w, were charged with 'riotous be havior in vans-street'. Fined 10s each, or 4 days.. ! Nicholas Bray, charged jyith being drunk in Evans-Btreet, was fined 5b, or detained until the rising of the Court. Williari) Jaokspn, charged with being drunk in Trouton-strcet, was fried 5b- or detained nntil risinc of the Court. Alexander Whittle, charged with using ob scene language, w»s fined 2Qs, iQd'cogts, or 7 days. James Barr, Edward Callaghor, and Mat thew Hyland, charged with allowing horses to stray, were eaoh fined-Ss and 2s 6d costs, or 2 days. Henry Johnstone, charged with, riotous be havior, was fined 10s and 2s. 6d 00s ts, or 4 days. Jame^ Moran, Henry Battle, r Adam Lodger, Edward Hyam, C, Kemp, and Edwurd Ryan wore charged vrith riotous conduct in a public street. Ryan did' not appear and was' fined 20s an£ 2s fid posts; or 1 days. - -The other ac cused ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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On sprit de Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 16 May 1885

On ?spritde&pl. h 'O Englnnill— model to thy inward greatness, Liko little body with a.mighty heart,— What uiightst thou'do, that honor would thee do, Were all thy children kind and natural 1 —Henry V — Act 2. Every ..thinking man,, must have been. ; struck wittf tte^marvelloue want of.nnani . \ nHty' displiiyed' on eve^y -hand ..by, our countrymen, both at homo and abroad in England as in the colonies. We must appear to foreigners to be neither fish nor flesh, and hence they suppose— falsely . we hope and beliove, — that they oan do what they like with us. ,_It. is the old story of. the man- an^ 'his .sons, and; the brnidle of -Btioks. ? Bjr ividihg'ourselveB into seotions we shall at last, one by one, fall a prey to some more homogeneous and united nation —not Bussia certainly; but possibly Ger many. Henoe, with the view of averting such a oontingenoy it will be profitable to devote a few moments to the consideration of the elements of diBcord whioh exist among ourselves i...

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