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Poetry. MR. PUNCH TO BOSS BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

. Poetry. MR.. PUNCH. TO BOSS BISMARCK. Ponh 1 Tooh ; Herr Professor I It all very, well ; You're Ja Big 'un, no doubt, and no end of. a 'j'i»weif.pf'! i i - : ' ? ' j ' ' Bat' you're.not AU ; the World 1 \rou'ie 'sur- prised ? Oh, no doubt 1 i . ; . , To take a pea-bladder and windily flout The Creation *11 round is so tempting a job Tira inan of your pfiwers/of biceps and nob, That your trying it on hardly moves me to wondi-r; ' t Biit^e^wbo'd be down on Creation like thun .. . der Must be verv Jove.. with his bolts Well in hand. Whilst you — well', your attitude's striking and grand, ' ' There is force in.your pseudo-Olympian nod; - Tnu've hot half a bad notion of playing the god j But, though yon -may threateningly thnnder and lighten us; ! ? You fail in : one - Jovian knack — yon don't frighten us 1 Why should yon ? We know you're not one of thequonim, Although a terrestrial High Cockalorum, : Or Triton. !mid minnows, .who's had his own ? \..vw»y-! To so great an extent for so'...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

BALMAIN HOSPITAL. The Balmain Cottage Hospital Com mittee have at last seen their way clear to take the first step towards the realiza tion of the suggestions of long ago. At the meetiug of the Committee held on MoiiJay last) it was decided to call for tenders to pnt the cottage, next to the Council Chambers, into a state of re pair suitable for the reppption of patients suffering from accidents, - and if no unforeseen occurrence should prevent it, we are likely in a . month's time to behold the much-talked-of accident hospital in full swing. There are many objections to the site of the institution, the absence of sufficient ground space being the principal, but as we should not look a gift horse in the mouth and there is no more suitable site that it is . possible to secure without a large ex penditure of the fynds that might be contributed by the public, ye think the Hospital Committee have acted wisely in first making a start on a small scale, and also ift depidipg to be cautious...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

ANTHONY ? HORDIKII BONilfli j ? TJrLiversal^ ^ ^ Oeiier^::Xiiiporters : AN DDEBSE PDECHASE OF LADHS^ MABTliS iT SPECIAL PRICES. One Gu'nea Mantles for Fifteen Shillings. Two Qui ea Mantles tor Thirty Shillings. A STOCK OF UNEQUALLED STYLE AND QUALITY TO SELECT FROM. . SUPPORT TUE LiOCAfj MAN, Nativu of the District, who has always spent his m mey i:i y mi- sub'i.ii... ' ' GAINSBORO' STEAM SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS, NEXT IEON COVE BKiDUE/ TB BBY S'r I ; R i /r, BALMAIN. CHIDGEY, F A Y & BERRY, do a 1 1 i-. - ? ? . i.-. - (Late. Dickson and Son) .. TIBEB ER MERCHANTS, HAVE always in stock, and are offering same at lowest rates. The best ' .(northern) Hardwood, Colonial and Kanri Pine, Redwood, Oregon, Baltic Cedar, Doors,; Sashes, Mouldings, Architraves, Skirtings, Drain Pipes, Cement, Plaster, Galvanized Iron, Guttering, Ridge' Capping, &c,, &c. A Trial Order solicited. . Price Lists on application. ABRAHAM'S PILLS. (DANDELION) ']? THE. GREAT: LIVER REMEDY. ...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Current Items. The inquest on the body of William Ahearn, who died from ; the effeqts of a fall from a balcony in Church-street, which we reported in last issue, was held at the Assembly Hotel, Sydney, on Saturday last. Stephen Weir identified the body, and stated that deceased was a stonemason, aged about 40 years, and a oinrvlA mon -Tr\Vi n \fnni*A alon can deceased' fall from ,the balcony; and Henry Grose, who saw him a few moments afterwards, deposed that de ceased, who was apparently the worse for liquor, lost hiB balance while lean ing over, the balcony, and fell to the ground, a distance of about 14 feet. The juiy returned a verdict of death from the effects of injuries received from falling off a baloony. Now that the prospects of war have vanished business from an undertaker's point of view must have become very slow ; ; at 'ledst we were led to that idea by the voice of an auctioneer on Satur day last, while he was' selling off the stock of Mr. Dunk's, undertaker, of Darli...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

SEWING ^ COTTON. I W. LOWDEN & CO., j 7, ? '.--AGENTS,. . lV CHANGE AtLEY/PIlT ST. n. I . SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, Mat 19, 1885. Present, — Tho Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A.), Aldermen Hnncock, Looke, Pnnoh, Briggs, Clubb, Kenniff, Milne, Bnrns,' Buchanan; and McDonald. The minntes ofthe previous meeting were read and confirmed. . , CORRESPONDENCE. From the Treasurer, informing the Council that the sura of £3303 19s 8d had been placed to their oredit in the bank. — Keeelved. ' From the Department1 of Mines, : asking for; a written undertaking from the Counoil as to ' all responsibilities, claims and cost of survey, in the event of the proposed re-alignment of Mansfield-street being complied with. — Re- ceived and left in the hands of the Mayor and the Chairmen of the Finance i-hd Works Com mittees. From J. Marshall, solicitor, on behalf of Mr. James Field, complaining that no reply had been received from the Council, to his Inst letter re damage done to Mr. Field's property in Mansfield-street, and requesting that the matter be put to rights within 14 days, in d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

PRIVATE Danoing Classes, School of Arts, Balmain. ? Juvenile classes, Wednesday afternoon. - Adults, Friday ' night. Terms, Miss DBANE, Waterview-street. LOST, Monday night, .Balmain, Lady's Hand Bag, name outside; reward. J. & R. STEWART'S, Ironmongers, Mullens-street. THREE second-hand DINGIES for Sale, Cheap. Apply, SMITH'S (late Read's) Boatshed, Longview-street, Balmain. IMPORTANT TO LADIES purchasing Sew ing Machines. Don't listen to advice from canvassers, go to HAWKINS1 and see all makers, fis deposit, 2s 6d weekly. AGENT for PALING'S PIANOS, NICHOL SON'S, BRTTCB'S and all others. Easy Payments. HAWKINS* DEPOT. MANGLES, Washers, Stoves, Boilers, Bibles, ? Albums, Pictures, &c., from 2s weekly. HAWKINS' DEPOT. Only address— Opposite Murray's Drapery, Darling Street East. To Gardeners & Others. TENDERS invited until 22nd inst., for form ing a PRACTICE CRICKET WICKET at Birchgrovc Reserve, Balmai*. EDWARD H. BUCHANAN, Hon. Secretary to Trustees, 359 Geor...

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT MONDAY, MAY 18, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

BALMAIN POLICE OOU«T, Monday, Mat. 18, 1885. I (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) . I James Grant was charged with being drnnt ? in Darling-street. Fined 10s or 2 days. ? Alexander McOlure was eharged-with being ? drunk and disorderly in Vincent-street. Fined ? 20s or 4 days. ' ? William Thompson was charged with w B fully damaging 4 paneB of glass, value 2s, the ? property of James Rogers. Prosecutor not af; ? pearing, the prisoner was discharged. W SMAI/J, Psb$s' K Turpin, Blaokwell Sc Co. v. Mr. Doheny— fS k 1T.1J Von1l.t fnramnnnt-.nlaimedi R' A I « AU| ^VUUS OVIUl ? ? with 6s costs, ^lemming v. Peter McKeon— £9 Os lQd, work doi)e. ' Verdict fqr amou'pt claimed, wijl) 5«co8t«! ' ' : : . , F. W; Adoqok v. B. Dunks— £2 IBs 6d,worjE done. Verdict for amount olaipied, W 8? costs, J. B. Welch v. McCraoken— money dae,i3 13s 8d. Verdict for amount olaimed, with M Mills & Son v. Thomas Train— 17s 3d, goods sold. Verdiot for amount claimed, with es M. Collins v. Mrs. Mclnerny — goods Bol...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Suburban and General. Melbourne Putloh is'iaughing at the amount of praise heaped upon the heads of our boys. in the Soudan. It gives reports of interviews by Lord Wolseley down to Private Atkins. Is it true that one of. the would-bo drill in structors of the Balmain Artillery tried to introduce the new method of stepping with tho right foot first whpn starting to march J No less than nine ean.l 'la'os for parliamen- . tary honors in -Balmain are mentioned as in lAvtrltvirv t/\ nnmripfo af. ?wt: n1ar»ftrtn At the beginning of last year the indebted ness' of our colony was £21,932,459, or £24 17s 8d per head of population. What will it be when Mr. Dalley goes out of office ? The population of Australia and New Zea land increased to the extent of 139,875 during 1884. The total was then 3,231,762. The Ryde Council got an endowment of £441 from the. Government. : Colonel Rioh'ardson is reported to be among these who will be awarded honors. The Ryde Counoil are considering the advisa bil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Y.l ~ ?? ;? ? ?? - ?' ' '' - ; MEDICAL. 1 ?r:- ... T GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon JUa . (formerly of Goulburn), has ? succeeded Dr. Jonea in, the practice of hia profession at V Balmain, and may be consulted daily at his . fwidenca Llanayron, Boot h and Darvall-streeta, . , ; opposite Pigeon Ground (late residence of Dr. I ' ' ' JTon**). Hour*, '9 l6 l I a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 to r MEDICAL. A LL Persona indebted, to the late firm of ' i\ Dra. JONES and MAGQUEKN are re-. . qnqated to pay their accounts before May 31st Dr. MACQUEEN, 3, Hyde Park Terrace, ldrerpool-itreet, Sydney, or to Dr. DAVID SON, Booth-street, Balmain. Accounts then ' oafaitanding will on June 1st be in the hands ?f the Trade - Protection Society for collection as the final settlement of. the late firm is fixed fotJune 80th, 1886. Vaccination. DR. OWEN F. 8. EVANS, Government Vac ciaator, vaccinates every Tuesday and Thursday at 3.30 p.m., at hia residence, Dar ? liog road, Balmain. joABD.] M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

lions BROS., CIMMB HOUSE. S|.'. ?: ' | VISIT ? ?*- . «? ^ ANDREW^ I 1 BROTHERS, g m : THE .MOST j W i mumble iiwers I :: IN THE SUBtJRBS i I ffl :F?R : /. '..'i ' 3 o Everytbhiff You Want- j ; p, ? * ' i g £ : Mantles 's = .Corsets-.-... Is lid to 8s lid : .-g»_' ^ We wislr to inform our friends ; ^ ,£ that we hove just, received: a large ; 'J 0 parcel of ' o & LINENci, ' § g DAMASKS, & DIAPERS, 2 © direct from © .' ?0 bklFAST MANUFACTURERS. ! rjr MMflSWS BROS , Clothiers, Balmatn West, j, W. Cunningham & Go. (Tiiitn Pnlmnin Fu- I Company-), : WOOD ft OOAT. M Rf HANTS. ADOLPHUS 8TRKET. BALMAIN. ; ' ORDERS: lpfL nt: IIinrlcrsnn'K Groccri; J., (trnrnnV Bntche*, Darlinfistrei't'; land ?E. Kc'ly's Grocer, .Corner of Cameron and Bnmifici'-Rirrets. piinctivllv attended to. ; P()NT and ROSS, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANTS,. Foot of REYNOLDS STREET i Balmain. ' ' All Ordure punctually attended to. : THE NATION At) PFRMt^^T BUNDING, UNO AND INVESTMENT MOIETY. OFFICES; : 38 P...

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WARRIORS RETURNING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

WARRIORS RETURNING HOME. ! The transport vessel Arab ie now. ploughing her way through the sea bear ing her living freight of nearly 800 men from Suakim to Sydney, the freight that, left our shores on the third of March. Sydney never witnessed such a day of Enthusiaani.as that third of March. 'The presence of Royal Princes, their arrival and their departure, kindled not one tenth the enthusiasts as that which manifested itself when the New South Wales Contingent marched from ! the. Victoria Barracks, Paddington, down to the Circular Quay, to be shipped off to the war. They were not forced to go ; it was not a case of the conscription ; they were not conscripts, but volunteers. They honestly went intending to be warriors. During their ridiculously ?hort stay in the' Soudan they have been side by side, shoulder to shoulder, with British troops, with the Guards and other picked regiments. As the British troops have had. tp leave the Soudan^and return home to -England, so likewise the C...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow BAST BALMAIN. Sr. IIabt s, Oharoh of Bnglud— Horning, 11, Bar. M. Arehd»lt, M.A, KTening, 7, ,, „ St. AuavaTiKi'g, Roman Oathollo— . Hau, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Dean Leonard Vespers, 7, ' „ „? FaxnTTlBUH Ohdiob, Oampbell itreek— Horning, il. Bar 3. Holjneox Kreninjt, 7, „ ,, e*X«i-«iTio)ii.L Ohbeoh— Horning 11, Bit. A. G. Frr Brenlng, 7. „ „ WllI.lTi.jr Obuiob. JDarling-itrset— Horning, II, Bot. F. B. Fletoher, H. A. lrening, 7, Mr. W. h. Dash ITBST BALHAIft. h. Tbomas', Oharoh of England— Horning, 11, Bar. E. D. Hidgwlak , . Brening, 7, „ „ If. Joan's, Chnron of. England (Birchgrore read)— Morninv. 11. Sat. B.J. Btnrdaa Bvenaong 7.80, ' „ ' St. Joiim'a. Boman Catholio— Haw, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Beilly. Veepera, 7, ? „ ' - ! Br. Fivl'i, Preabyterian— Horning, 11, Ber. Geo. Grimm, HJL. Bvening, 7, Ber. Geo. Grimm, M.A. Subject; 'The Tribulation of the Last Dayi.' WaiUTAK OmoaoH (Hontagne street)— . Horning, 11, HrTw. Ii. Dash. Kreoing, 7, Hr. T. Feather ' ' ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Sporting [Secretaries of rowing, biojolo, bowlinjf, football,' and cnoliet clubs are requited to Bond iaroports of mutches for publication in this oolumn not lntor than Wednesdays BOWLS. The Intercolonial Bowling Match, between the Ballarat teams arid those belonging to. New South Wales, resulted in favor of N.S.W;, the scores being 120 again' 1 104 made by the : visitors. Among tho players in tho. various rinks for this colony we notice the names of Messrs. J. Young, W. Cruickshnnk, J. Davis, H. Hughes, and H. B. Cohen, all of whom bcloner to the Balmain Club. HANDBALT.. A ohallengo Match will take place this'after noon at Callenpavk for a stake of £20 between Messers Egan, (Uhampibn of Victoria) and Gafifeney against Messrs Kenan and Murray of New South Wales. A match also will be played between Messrs Condon 4. Pyno against Ktory & Gaffeney for £5. Play will start at 3 p.m. sharp. The Ballarat aud the Balmain Bowling clubs' will meet on the looal ground on Mon day afterno...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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GOSSIPING CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

GOSSIPING- CORNER. So Mr. Dalley would fain make man kind believe notoriety was not his object in offering the contingent for service in the Soudan. Oh, dear no, he did not oare whether anyone heard of W.B.D. or not, and now he certainly does not want. any 'Sir' to his name. Truth is stranger than fiction, and murder will out, and therefore we would ask if it is worthwhile giving cre dence to a rumour that is about viz, that directly Mr. Dalley heard that a knight hood was to be offered to him he took steps to try and have the granting of the honor put off until a more convenient season. Cunning diplomatist. If he accepted it now it would bring the words of his oppo nents too true. It must have been the fact of suohgigan tic preparations being made in the Wool wich Arsenal that caused the Bussians to pause before they opened fire on the Britishers. It is quite enough to strike terror into anyone^s heart to think of a 110 ton gun .being fired in the direction of home, at anyrate befo...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Notes ol th.3 'Week- Lord Roseby, who was some time ago with ns in New South Wales, arid is a true friend to our colony, is not going to Berlin. He is now - a member of the English Government. The family name of .Lord Eoseby is Primrose. Colonel Primrose, his brother, now serving in Egypt, is seri ously ill. The new Court House, for Newtown, in the front towards Australia-atreet, is in architecture, partly Ionio, partly Italian. At the back, towards Eliza-street, there is a mixture of the Venetian style. But the combination of the two beautiful styles, does not redeem the building from the oharge of being ' squatty in other words stunted compared with the eleva- j tion of the Bank of Australasia. The Municipality of Leiohhardt has re solved to buy land and build a first-class Town Hall. The money is to come out of the existing loan. The Mayor (Mr. John Young) and some of the aldermen think a special loan should be floated for the pur pose. That seems the proper way. Aid. Scott says ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Orange Benefit Society. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Orange Benefit Sooiety. An entertainment consisting of a tea meet ing and concert was given at the St. Thomas' Schoolroom onWednesdaylast to commemorate the anniversary of tho John Hubs L;O.B. Society, No. 17. The Worshipful Grand Master, Brother Mortimer presided, and the catering for the tea meeting was carried out by Mr. Joseph Harwood and gave universal (jiugiaiuiiio ....o a varied and extensive oharacter and well sus tained throughout. Miss Staunton was particularly successful in her two songs — ?'Come birdie, como' and 'Thy Face,' which were both heartily encored ; Miss Thomas elicited considerable merriment by , her. characteristic rendering of ' Woman's Revolu tion' and 'Oh, no, I'll never marry,'! the former of whioh was encored; Miss Lucas gang ' Ah, he kissed me when he left me'.and. 'Little - Nell and Mrs. W. Banks and Brother Harwood were well received in their two duets, ' The Gipsy Countess' and ' What are the wild waves saying.' Of the gentle men performers Brothers ...

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Ashfield and the Gas Company. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Ashfield and the Gas Company.. ? At Newtown, on the 21st instant, before Mr. T. E. Abbott, &.M., the Australian Gas Company appealed against an assessment made on the gas mains and pipes buried under the streets and their property. Mr. Wise, barrister, instructed by Mr. Allen, appeared for the Gas Company, and ' Mr. Wallace, solicitor, for the Ashfield Council. Mr. Wise contended that the Company was not liable, as i thoy were not owners or lessees of lands or houses, which are the only property that can be assessed for rates, and quoted Lord Camp bell and other legal authorities.- Mr. Wallace contended that pipes for water and gas and even telegraph wires may be assessed for rates, and quoted Lord Denman, Lord Ellenborough, and several learned authorities. As the' Coun cil assessed the Company for gas mains and pipes, his Worship dismissed the case without costs. It was quite a new cose and it would have been a serious thing for the Company had the case gone against them ; ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Ashfield Assessment Appeals. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Ashfield Assessment Appeals. People don't wish to pay too much as rates on their property, and when they think thoy are assessed at too great a sum they appeal. May and June are the month for appeals. On Thursday the 21st, at the Newtown Petty Sessions, before Mr. T. K. Abbott, S.M., the total number of persons in' the Borough of Ashfield who appealed was 20 ; in three of these cases the assessment was slighly reduced; jn 16 coses it was confirmed or upheld ; and in one case, the Australian Gas Company, reported in another part of this issue, the assessment was dismissed. The assessors, Mr. T. Glassop and Mr. J. T. Maxwell were present.

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FRIDAY, MAY 22ND. 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

PnmAY. MAY 22ND. 1885. '/Before Mr. Addison, S. M.) John Hill, Hugh Muir, and Austen Hoben, on bail, were each fined 10s. for drunkeness or in default 2 days. William Randall, charged with being drunk in Darling-street, was fined 6s., or to be detained until the rising of the court. Thomas Ryan was oharged on a warrant with diBobeying . a' snmmons charging him. with beine drunk in the Warwick Castle Hotel, on Ootober 1st, 1884.- Dismissed on the first charge and fined 20s. and 7s. 4d costs or 7. days. George Dounton, E. Kenzie, Albert Larnock, Charles Horth, and Francis Shead, were fined in snms from 2s. 6d to 10s. and costs, for omitting to send their children to school. Peter McKeon, charged with a similar offence, did not appear and a warrant was issued for his apprehension.

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