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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. (Before G.F.W. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 August 1884

W^Mesoat, A'cbbsi -20. (H4A (Be'fore G. F/W. Addison1, S.M.)J Hugh Kain, for drunkenness, was fined.lOa,. in default two days. _ '^'i [ _/ ,. I W. G.Doyle, for being inebrTate'd, was mulct in a penalty of 40s, and for obscene language 40s or one month. He took it opt.. , ^ r Barney 'MiHugb,5for\Keing drurik/ was fined 5s, and Henry -J5r0 wnlow' for a like offence was also fined 5s. Ann Barry, for being intoxicatca, was fined 10s or two days. William Holmes, .on a: «mi;. lar charge, was fined 5s. / - I O Henry Carr, for unlawfully assaulting a Chinaman named Ah Moy, on Glebe Island, : was remanded until Monday next for further evidence. ; . , ; ( SUMMONS CASES. John Bourke, for allowing his horse to stray,' waf fined 5s 2s 6d costs. f fMichaelrand John Barry-Were;brou'ghf up lor, riotous- behfeviourin Beattie-street.' The' firat' named was fined £2 and 2s 6d costs, but the case against the latter was withcUawn. -. ,i'- ' Peter Murphy, for being drank and disor derly, was compelled to...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 August 1884

The Ladies' Column Herri* a new and simple way of serv ing eggs or toast Heat a cupful -of milk to scalding ; mix a large teaspooh ful of flour wet., with : cold ; water and rubbed smooth, and stir until it is as thick as.c.u8tard. Add chopped parsley, pepper, and salt to taste. All this Bhould be done in . a tin vessel set in boiling water, and over the fire, Have ready the toast (not forgetting to pare the crust from each slice before it is toasted), buttered aiid laid in close rows on each piece. Beat six eggs very light, and stir fast into the drawn but ter until- they are a rich yellow sauce, almost btiff enough to stand alone. Heap upon the toast and send hot . to table. I'khow a woman wondrous fair— - A mortal woman she— , . , ^ ; -/ vWho never runs her neighbours do^n ; . .When 'she; goes out to tea, : ; She never gossips after church 'r Of dresses or of hats' j: - . ...v i She never meets the. sewing-school . And joins thehi in their spats; ' / ! ' She never beats a salesma...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORY TELLER. AN OLD MAID'S DESTINY. THE STORY OF MR. WIGGINS' COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 August 1884

THE STORYTELLER. ...AN OLD MAID'S DESTINY. THK STORV or MR. WIGGINS' COURTSHIP. , ' I .shouldn't be surprised any day, Dolly, to see David Wiggin making a call at your gate,' said Mr. Blount, roguishly, gathering uj? the reins. ; ' Non^iise, Wother !'. Anything the' matter that yon say so ?' retorted Miss 'Dolly, turning in the doorway. , . Mri Blount laughed. :V Everybody felt ^boundfton^ughrta^JSiiss D(rtly?s queer retorts, that had kept her friends in good humour theae forty years. And when: David does call on yon,' purstied'Mri' Blount' more seriously, 'I do liope, Dolly, ypu'll giye him a chance ?td do his errand; Thai'll be' no more than' fair, and the man won't be easy( untii-jlie:has freed his mind.'' :J{ ? 1 '\ What mischief are you the fore runner of now, James Blount ?' cried Miss Dolly, facing . aboat like a soldier on'drill.' ' What upon earth have I to with- David's errands ?' ^yfell,.,hig.\^ife.has ,be,en dead a year 'orfSore,' isaid-Mri Blourit^suggestively shutting ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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MARRIAGE IS A MIGHTY SERIOUS THING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 August 1884

MARRIAGE IS A MIGHTY SERI OUS THING. ' Marriage,' said a negro preacher, addressing his congregation, ' is a mighty serious affair, 'specially fur de ?nun. A man oughter study a long timo 'fore he marries de avorage 'oman, 'an de longer he studies about it dp bet ter ilie is. Wid a 'ornan it is different, 'case it looks like she dpan speak notliin', nohow. If I had my life to go ober again I wouldn't marry so often as I has. I'd leabe de las las' time out en tirely, fur dat las' 'oman is a captain. Paul said dat it was all right fur o man ter marry, an' dat he had knowed men what had mightly hopped dar chances by marryin', but as rule, sez ze, ' I wouldn't advise a man tor many any oftoncr don he kon hep it.' Paul knowed, too, lemine me tell yor. lie didn' see dnt light in do bush fur notliin.' Dat man had 11 long head, mi' al'crs did know what lie was a talkin' 'bout., .Dar was Petor an' John. Da ?wan't marryin' men. Poter wouldn't hab married de daughter ob de guhncr, an' John he ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 August 1884

Wit and Wisdom. A wicked young man says that, he never will, upon any consideration what ever, believe that a pretty girl knows what a kiss means till be has it from her own mouth. ' Will the coming man be happier ?' aslcs a writer. It depends to a great ex tent upon whether his wife lias got. tired and gone to sleep, or is still wait ing up for him. An old German resident in Alelaide was informed that a lady had called to ; see him in his absence. ' A lady,'' he muttered aloud ; a lady ?' Upon ? an accurate description being given, he sud denly brightened up iand added : 'Oh ! dot vtis no lady 1 Dot vas my vife ! ' 'Papa, 'what do professional pedes trians walk for?' 'lucre, my son.' '? Isn't a man's walk called his gait?' ' Yes, I believe so.' ' Then that's why they call it gait money, isn't it?' Papa maintains a dignified silence, while the small boy watches the cat make a hundred laps a minute from the pitchier of milk on the breakfast table. Rivalry in trade is shown in the cas...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER THE CEDAR CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

THE STORYTELLER' V THE CEDAR CHAMBER; ^ It would be impossible to discover any one more entirely devoid of superstition tlian myself. Nevertheless when I was 17: years old an event happened which caused mo to believe mine a haunted life. ^ I was staying ? at Paris, at the house of my guardian, Sir Charles C., and dress ing for my first ball- — a ball at the Eng lish Embassy. My dress, a triumph of Parisian taste, had been fastened, and I stood before the glass while my maid arranged the. flowers , in my hair. A splendid bouquet lay beside my gloves and a fan upon the toilet table. . ' Ah, now mademoiselle is beautiful !' exclaimed piy maid, Justine, in French, as she, .stepped back to survey her ; work admiringly. * r'blushed with pleasure. It was the first compliment that had been paid me and my. glass , told me it was true.' '?I '^wonder whb sent me these flowers ?* I said, taking up the bouquet preparatory to leaving, the room. '.Mademoiselle will doubtless discover hei^ Wdiiurer...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Poetry. SINGING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Poetry. [?] Singing from the mountain spring,1; .?-.. As it gurgles over ; ' ' ~ Thrqpgh tho heather and the ling, ~ ' /' Tmbngh the jjrass and clover Singing, laughing all the day ; Laughing, singing all the way. - - Singing through the lsafy dells, - Where the shadows linger, .Aad'the wild flowers ring their bells ? : To the merry singer ; t Ripling, laughing all tho while \ Singing,rippling all a-smile. Singing round the mossy stone, , '-^-?Kcatb the hazel bushes ? 1 .Singing when it's all alone, ' ' Stealing through the lushes, Happy (is tho day is long, ? . Never speaking but injong. Sinking litthq. morning's dawn, ; ' ^ Wheii the day is breaking ; gingingwhen the lightV withdrawn, j;.-'- - '' And the stars are waking ; AWatohing, singing, through the night ; - I U Singing, waiting for the light. ? Singing in the April days, When the clouds are weeping ; L. Singing through the summer haze, When the men are reaping ; . . Singing through the autumn's ohill, f- Through the winter ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

WESLEYAN CHURCH HOME MISSIONS. A PUBLICMEETING Will bo held in the Church, MO-TlMIK STREET, ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT, At T-30. The Rev. Geo. Lane, Home Mission Secre tary. with the Circmt Ministers, will address the Meeting. Collection for Mission Fund . R. CALDWELL. BOROUGH OF BALMAIN. fPENDBRS are invited up to 9th SEP L TEMBEll Next for the construction of the following works, viz- ! — ? 1 Reynolds-street, filling. 2 Mansfield-street, filling and retaining . wall , and also a culvert. Plans and Specification to be seen during , office hours at the Engineers' Department. The Council is not bound to accept the lowest or any tender. - II. B. MACKINTOSH, Council Clerk. Town Hall, 27th Aug., 1884 ' THOMAS LYNCH, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Beattir Street, Balhain. Repairs and Orders Expeditiously and Cheaply Executed. , Gr- PALMER, BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE, BEATTIE STREET, Between Dicks' Hotel and Unity-Hall. A Trial Respectfully Solicited. READ'S WHAEF, WATERYIBW BAY, BALMAIN. ? JOSEPH H...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Sporting. [ I8ecrctaries of rawing, ;bicycl«. bowling, football,- and othtr clubs are requested to lend In reports of matches for imblloation'.in this colnmn not later than 'Wednesday.] ', We are informed by the tfeoretary of tbe Balmain Rowing Club that the members will hold sports, etc., at Birkenhead to-day. The company will leave the Club's sheds at] 2.80 We arc also requested to state that an after noon's racing takes place on Saturday, 20th Rept for the championship of the Club (trophy) presented by Mr James Eraser) and some. races for trophies made by some ladies. The Balmain Wellington and Imperial football clubs met on Saturday last at North Shore, and after an exciting contest the match resulted in favor of the former, the scores be ing 6 points (3 tries) to 5 points (1 try) The tries for the winners were obtained by Rudder Lyons and Frascr. [Wc have received a lengthy report of the match, but it came too late for publication,] ? The members of tho Alliancc' Cricket Club h...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Ball and Supper. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Bull and Supper. On Monday, September 8th, the 6th anni versary of the William Ganc Lodge of the In dependent Order of Oddfellows will be cele brated by a ball and supper at the Town Hall, Newtown, under the patronage of tbe Mayor and Mayoress. Tickets may bo obtained from Mr. J. Ross, treasurer, Mr. Priol and Mr. Red dan (of the Cosmopolitan Hotel) all in George street, Macdonaldtown ; Messrs. Cohen, Selig, Keenau and Westhoff in King-street, New town, and others. The William Gans Lodge, which holds its meetings at the Town Hall, Newtown, and is in a very flourishing condi tion, has * branch at Burwood ; and both at Newtown and Burwood there is a steady ac cession of ne.w members. The ball and supper are likely to be well attended.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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SHOCKING IMMORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

SHOCKING IMMORALITY. Ma. L. Yates, S.M., when presiding at the Balmain- Police Conrl, on Wednes;; day last,!had even a stiU more disgusting case than that of tlje foreigner Anderson to investigate,- and one would be inclined . to think that the tirade of abuie showered on the heads of Mr. Addison and himself by the excitement-loving Evening News had the effect of toning down his;, feelings' of antipathy towards immoral evil-doers. If so, the Sydney evening paper has done far more harm than good by its persistent and iuorbid ontcry agains a donbtfnl injustice done to a man who had committed a gross offence against phblic decency.' By re ference 'to the report'of the Police Court {iroceedings, printed' elsewhere, the out-, ine of an exceedingly revolting case will be found, similar conduct to that the Evening News 'would screen in the case of Anderson. The public of Balmain hav ing experienced in their raids the hem ousneBs of the classof misbehaviour we re fer to after considering th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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"Did You see me Shake the Horse?" [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

'Did Ton see me Shake the Hone ?' 1 A precocious urchin, appareritly about 14 ? years of ago, was charged at Newtown, on An -gust j[26th, before Mr. Johnson, S.M., with - steaV'ig a horse, a whip, and a set of reins, the property of John'Hume, valued at £5.- Con stable Michael Farrell deposed that at 1 p.m. on Sunday, the 34th instant, he saw prisoner leading a horse along the Burwood road, Bur wood, and asked him where he was going, and said to Bnrwood, and added that he found the horse in his brother-in-law's flower garden, and his brother-in-law told him to take it to the pound. He gave his name Tay lor. He (witness) took prisoner to his brother-in-law's house at Enfield and asked him in prisoner's presence whether he gave permission to take the horse to the pound. The brother-in-law said ' no.' Prisoner was then taken to the police station at Conoord. On the same day the horse was claimed by Mr. Hume of Enfield as his property stolen from his stable on the night of the 23rd inst...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THAT DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

THAT DUST. Evertbody knows the discomfort of a dusty day, such for instance as last Tues day. The dust rises in clouds, with a ebrt of half blinding fury, and almost makes outdoor existence a misery. 'Biit. the shopkeepers are the greatest sufferer ; they have not only to endure the per sonal inconvenience, but a prolonged dust storm means to them damage and loss. This dust evil seems chronic in all the chief suburbs. Newtown would, we suppose, carry off the palm in this re spect ; it is the most dusty place we know of. Everyone is said, to have to eat a peck of dust in the coarse of his life time, but the Newtown resident must get through that measure about once a month. This dust rushes at eyes, nos jfcriU and moutb, and wont be kept out. It spcils one's clothes, mars one's beauty ana destroys one's temper. To a certain extent the evil is incurable ; all the water carts of Sydnpy^would, nipt keep down the dust that rises in the streets of Newtown in a single day. Nevertheless some...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Amateur Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

I Amateur Dramatio Entertainment. The members of 'La Coterie' gave a drama tic entertainment at the Petersham Town Hall, on Friday evening, the 22nd inst. There wob a numerous attendance of members and their friends, and a most pleasant evening was spent. ' La Cotterie,' which was established about _ four years ago, is a select and popular organisation, and its gatherings always afford a large amount of enjoyment. The first part of the. entertainment consisted of a one-act arce by Mr. J. T. Williams, lei on Parle Franeaisj the second part being an original domestio drama, by Mr. H. T. Craven, entitled ' The Chimney corner. Both pieces were most creditably got through, the histionic abilities of the amatenrs being, we think, much above the average. Dancing was subsequently indul ged in, and was kept up with spirit for a time, adding much to the evening's pleasures. Miss Mi Turner presided at the piano, and first played an overture from Trancredi, next a solo from Lucia di Lammermoor,...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Notes of the Week. In: accordance with Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A's., statement, at the Borough Council meeting on Tuesday he, in com pany with Mr.. Hutchinson, M.L.A., and the Colonial Architect, waited upon the Postmaster-General on Thursday to urge him to come to a decision in connection with | the matter of erecting post and telegraph offices in Balmain. It appears that the delay in calling for tenders for 'the jbuilding has been occasioned 'through' a desire, on the part ef the Postmaster General, to alter the plans for his por tionof the structure. The members for the district, having obtained the Minister of Justice's consent to. the; plans, pointed out to Mr. Norton tliat if he altered the drawings it wonld necessitate the portion connected with the Law Department being altered' also. The Minister, after reconsidering the matter, came to the conclusion that .the ' original plans had better be adhered to, and promised -to recommend that decision to the Cabinet. We understand, that...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Sydenham Ward Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

a 113 Sydenham Ward Difficulty. After a delay of several month', and when the mnttcr was probably forgotten by nlmost everybody, the Supreme Court awoke from its lethargy last Thursday, and decided the point as to whether Mr.' E. J. Henry wns legally elected an alderman of Petersham or not last February. It will be remembered that on flic day of nomination Messrs. Shorter and Smith objected to the nomination of Mr. nenry being accepted, on tho ground that it did not specify for which ward he was nomi nated. Tho lieturning Officcr (Mr. Alderman Hages) however, decided that it was formal, and Mr. Ilenry receiving the. largest number; of votes, was declared elected. A rule, nisi was at oncc applied for and granted, calling upon Mr. Henry to show cause why he should not be ousted. The law's delays prevented the motion to make this rule absolute being heard, and -Mr. Henry finding it unsafe to take his seat under the circumstances, resigned and was rc elcctcd. On Thursday the case was rc...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

? Current Items. ' Honour to whom honour is due.' We think we are safe in coupling that saying with notice of the doings of our local police force in connection with the recent pigeon stealing cases, heard before Mr. Addison on the 22nd inst. Three residents' of Balmain had ; be0n ; robbed of their pigeons, birds somewhat hard to identify,. and on information being given to the police they traced immediately - the juvenile thieves out of their boundary to Ultimo and Pyrmont, where they had sold the bird* for 6d and Is each. We hope this instance of sharp capture will have a deterrent effect on evildoer's, and that it will prevent pigeon buyers from ^purchasing .birds . from children so young as those 'brought before' the Bench ( between 9 and 12 ;years. It' should do so, for the buyers had to give up the pigeons, . and weriB therefore caused a a monetary loss over the transaction * . The Balmain Cpllingwood Cricket. Club held their second annual ball on the 22nd instant in the Schoo...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Mistaken Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Mistaken Identity. Per)iaps it was, and perhaps it wasn't.; William Jackson, whose name, after all, proved to bo Alexander Dixon, was summoned 'for. being drunk at 11.48 p.m. on StBnmoro Marriokville, on Jnly 80th.' Constable Basson deposed he saw him with a Mr. Smith stagger ing about, and heard him say, ' It is only a b— ^ po'.iccjsan -that is in the road.' Mr Smith, who was called by Mr. Gannon, solici tor, for the defence, deposed that Jackson, .or Dixon, Wfts. not out of tho house that night, but was assisting him to prepare a'ttdroom for a relative who was to arrive by the'Chim- 5C'ZC. '' Jsokson^or rather Alexander Dixon, going into the box, deposed he was not out of Mr. Smith's house on the night of the 30th July ; that ho he did not speak to any constable, nor did any constablo speak to him. He' had been two years in the colony, and was never drunk in his life ; and in fact it wns a case of mistaken identity. His Worship dis missed the case. Another cbargc — the using of ob...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sunday in Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Sunday in Balmain. Awakened from my Sunday evening's lounge by the tones of the Salvation Army band— I do not know whether to call them ' musical ' or merely' ' noisy ' — I wended my way along Beattae-street, listening en route to the singing of the Salvationists about drinking ' but still being dry.' The singers will certainly have, positive proof of that before a couple of months have passed— when summer, *is on. Having traversed Mullens-street, I was attracted by the musical sounds of the St. Joseph's, Churoh bell, and bethought me, Tve juBt heard a people who live on . excitement for tlieii' religion — God if you like — now I will go and observe how my Catholic ifellow- oitizens worship ; and, after seeing for myself tlie densely packed churoh; the close attention shown' to the service, hear ing the excellent sermon on a subject I have often heard taken up in the Protes tant Churches, and the contented look bf all present alter an hour and fifty minutes in the church, I must dec...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Remarkable Affiliation Case. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Remarkable Affiliation Case. On the 26th August, at Newtown, before Mr. Wittingdale Johnson, S.M., the case Margaret Ann Cavey versus George SwivellJ was partly heard,, in which the plaintiff, 'aged 17, sum moned the defendant for the support of -an; illegitimate child, a boy. Mr. Jones, solicitor; appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. H. Levien,.; M.L.A, solicitor, for the defendant. Margaret; Cavey deposed she used to be at a shop kept by her relative, and as he was lame, assisted him in the management of it, and had been there two years and seven months, JJetcna arit always .accompanied her home after tea. She deposed to the occasions on which famili arities took place between them, namely,: October 6tl), again on the 13th, 16th, and 20th, and November 3rd, 1883, and various other times.. He then made up to her cousin arid the familiarities ceased in December. She told him she would tell her sister. She \vaB: afraid to tell her mother. No one had been, familiar with her but tho defenda...

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