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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Wednesday, May 20, ? : fBefore Mr. Addison, S.M, ) _ H William Cook was charged with itealjngw K pair of trousers and' one vest, value 22s 6d, tie H property of Thomas Hooper. Charles Bta^i B assistant to Mr. Hooper, identified the articles b| as tho property of his employer. He seiW K| the pn8oper |i,'nd gave liim into custody. K tencecl to 1 month s imprisonment. ||g| Alexander McClune; charged with bcinj KS drunk in Vincent-lane. ' Fined 10s, 'r John Diver, John Fitzgerald, and MieW Ford, were eaoli fined 5s. or detained 'V1'' ripi Qg ofthe Court, for being drunk ia iw Hg ling-street. ^ , H PatrjCk Hayes, an old offender, was nngq H| 40s, or 7 days, for drunkenness, -B[ J. He wart wrs oliarged with using oboe en H ?anguage in Stephen-street. 40s, costs 4s lOd or one month. , Cecelia O'Reilly, charged with using obscene language in Theodore-street. Fined 20a and 4s lOd costs, or 14 days. ? Henry Tanored and Frederiok Wynoh were oharged with riotous behaviour in Beattie street. Dis...

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

Cottage Hospital A mce'ing of the General Committee of tho Balmain Cottage Hospital was held in tho Town Hall, on Monday night last. His Wor ship the Mayor (Mr. J: Garrard, M.L.A .) oc cupied the chair, and there were present Aldermen M 'Donald, Burns, and Briggs, Drs. Evans, jnnr,, and Carruthers, Captain Trou ton, and Messrs Tomkins, J. Murray, Cameron, Breakwell, Mitchell, M'Lauchlin, and the Secretary (Mr. loole.) Apologies were read from Mr. Ellis Robinson and Mr. Ferry. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the Secretary stated that in accordance with a resolution passed at the last meeting a sub-committee had visited the cottage lent by the Government. They reported that it contained four rooms each 13 feet 6 inches x 12 feet, with a hall 3 feet wide. They suggested that the two front rooms should bemajle to ftcpommodate six beds for patipnfs, trip tnjrd room to be used by the {natron, and the fourth to be set aside as a surgery or operating room...

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

MOTIONS. By Alderman Scott — ' That tho uouneil Clerk be, instructed to write to Messrs ilelhar and 8. Hearn, notifying that the Counoil had agreed to purchase the land offered by them at £9 10b and £10 per foot respective:}'.' — Car- ried. 'That the purchase money for the site of a Town Hall be paid bj the various wards, out of the loan, proportionately to their tolal rateable income.' — Carried. 'That theWoiks Committee report on the adviK.bilitv nnd tir-ibalile eost of bnildincr a kiiclien at tin cn'tage occupied by the p.nnd ke pel-.''— Carried. By Aid rman AUGUIMBAO — ' That a pipe cros'sin : be la d at the junction of Jolinsion strjei an I Res rve-street, ani rough-forming water tab'es at a cost not exceeding £10.' — Carried. '? That a va^-lamp be erected at the east side of Jo'in-ion street, between Albion-street ana R.-- rv-'-st C'.'.t.'— Carried. ' - I at a pipe-crossing be laid ait the junction of Co lins an-l Johnston streets at a cost not exeeedins £5.'— Carried. '? Th-i...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Concert in the School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 23 May 1885

Concert in the School of Arts. A moderate attendance rewarded the efforts ? of those ladies and gentlemen who gave their services, at a grand concert, at the School of Arte, on Thursday last, for the benefit of an in jured member of the Duke of Leinster Lodge of Freemasons. Averj- excellent programme was admirably sustained throughout, and though it was necessarily subjected to a few alterations, Mie secretaries (Messrs. Tronier anrl Ainaumrfht ova tn Ha nnnoratiiliifAll fin t.he strong force of musical and histrionic talent they succeeded in getting together. With regard to the first part of the programme it would he almost invidious to make any comments. Mr. Chris. Shepherd played the overture ' Bwanny Kiver ' in his usual brilliant man ner. . Mies Nellie Harbin, who looked very graceful and pretty in sailor costume, was en thusiastically and deservedly encoded for her rendering of 'Under the British Flag.' Mr, W. Walker's, fine voice was heard with great effect in ' The Yeoman's ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE NORTH WARD, LEICHHARDT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

THE NORTH WARD, LEICHHARDT. TO TBE EDITOB. Bib — I -Hope ' you will allow 'me; in the columns of your paper, whioh is .the :rec6gnizgd - ' almost offi-ned' organ of municipal topics of obr borough, to caU attention to' tbb remark able position which the ratepayers «f Leich hardt are iff with reference to the above new ward. At the last meeting of the Leiohhardt Coun cil an apportionment; of : the £16, '000 loan lately obtained was made,. and 1 was glad to see that the North Ward's claim was pro perly recognized, but at the same time it is strange, I think, that the prop 'r representa tives ot the ward were not in their seats at the' Council table, and I am curious, for I want to know the reason of such an unaccountable delay in the proclamation of the readjust it# at of the w$rd8. I ..may.fts . well .briefly review the circum stances of the case and tfeen, perhaps, if spme means of enfranchising t^osa, whose rights have for so . long , s'nbe. they were recognized remained . .dormant...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Correspondence. TO THE EDITOB. 1 Sir, — In puuuit of pleasure, a friend of mine and myself drove through Petersham (? Saturday erenirig last. Enjoying the ride immensely, we extended our journey through. Petersham West. All went smoothly until a certain point oa the; road (here called^ George street) was arrived at. Here we were accosted by a person who demanded 9d. as toll. Our surprise at first as, almost unbounded, think ihg, as we did. that tolls were abolished from almost every public roa '. Petersham is cer tainly behind the times in this respect. Fifty years ago tolls flourished ; but this is an age of progress. ; To11b liiye i-een , condemned in favour of the adoption of a better method of proceeding, wiiy m tnere a ton gate, on ine Petersham road?. Some would, reply-:— ViTq raise money to keep the road in repair.' This' is nonsense. There are Municipalities', the duty of whioh is to maintain roads in fit condition for traffic. Taxes are paid by the people for this purpose. ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER. DOT. A STORY OF THE FRESH AIR FUND. I. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

THE STORYTE LLER. DOT. A Sjioby of the Fue^ii air Fund. . : : ' ? i. ; -a:; ?; - 1 Ii's a liaruin-scanuii ; Mea !'; saiil Miss Reliance R ixlmrv, mr slie st- od nm'ng tli'o rnnani-bnslies sit t lio gaiden fcnci*. 'A niixt riilii'u'nus i'lea ! Iwon il»»r wvlntf l-liiR.'irusliinjj A r eritifln people v ill do ii''xi ?''n'inl she f-- vc nh iic twitcli to her purple ciilico sun-b-»n- net. ? Thrre was a faint iiutrinur of dissent ^ ' !? -i ?_ ? ? ;i _ ..ii ? r ironi a ii ue » nuiiui un nit ui nui wuo vh, the moss grown ft ncu. ' N» — --f coursi* vi'u 'Itin'fc agree with me,' continii-d Jliss Ue'innce as the clusters 'of rriby ami ' pe«r!: Hew into the six-quart pail .at her fi-et. 'You're so s ift-lieiftrted tlint your fei-lings are for ??ver running off with your common fpnse; You nevec. say !a word about the rational debt, Vir the condition of our navy, but let. an.vbo Jy start a Subscription for .sending 'blanket shawls to Brazil or pulling np' a nion.uinent to Methusaleli on Ihe meet...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

SEWING JoifoN. W. LOWDEN & CO., :-j ?? ? agent*, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, 1*1 T ST. N. - 6VDXEY. J ANTHONY ' HORDERN & SOTiillS Universal Providers. General Importers. AH OTEHSE PHRCHASE OFLABIEs' BUni.ES AT SPECIAL FBIC£S. One Gu nea Mantles for Fifteen Shillings. Two Guinea Mantles tor Thirty Shillings. A STOCK OF UNEQUALLED STYLE AND QUALITY TO SELECT FROM. ' ROBERTSON SCOTCH WHISKY'' in Btilk, Bottle, or Jar. ALLT & QO., Agents, CHARLOTTK PLACE, SYDNEY; INSI];RB ;IN : PhoenixFireOffice . Policies at Lowest. 'Rates. Renewals, Forms and Particulars . V '? ' HAWKINS,. . ' ; ??- .?? Agent, ??- Darling-street. PUBLIG NOTICE. NIDHO SOY & CO.'S PIANOS. Messrs. nichols6^ &'col beg to . inform t|i§ /residents of Kjlmajn and^ diatriot,^ tliifc [. -1*' '? Mr. Leslie, of Darling street, 'is their/ . ' . Sole Representative for Pianos and Organs, in that suburb, and any other person or persons using their name, do so without their authority f and yyith the evi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

WANTED, GIRL about 14, to Nurse Baby and assist in light . house work; to sleep at home. Mrs. COKBRIDGE, Milliner, and Dressmaker, Elford Cottago, Elliott-street, Balmain. ACCOMODATION for two or three Gentle men, olose'to.Ferry; fqr'a.l.lrees oiilTOt office, of/ this; papery IMPORTANT TO' L.4piES;.purchasing Sew-, ing Machines.' Don't listen to advice from canvassers, go to HAWKINS' and sec all makers. . 6s deposit',. 2s 6d .weekly. „... f ' 'if . Agent fSr pIlino's pianos, nichol SON'S, BRUCE'S and all others. Easy Payment8.. , HAWKlNS' . Dii L'OT. . MANGLES;- Washers, 'Stoves, Boilers, Bibles, .. Albums, .Pictures, &c., from 2s. weekly.. . HAWKINS' DEPOT. Only address— Opposite Murray's Drapery, Darling Street East. : ™Ms^M-NEwL ;®ING Yi- 1 5 .: feet, J. J? Smith, Boatbuilder, between Figtree Point and Chetnical Works. . ... CH AS. ' A'LLi EN 'S BL^CK ;r . |tvin^en gels; j j , Balmain Thistle Club THE Usual . Busiriess Meeting of the above ?Club will.be held at Miller's C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

BIRTH. BRIGGS.— May loth, Dick-street, Balmain, the wife of William .'Franklin. Briggs, of a.' son. jalnmht Saturday) may so,' 1883.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Public Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Publio Markets. I A publie company is being floated for tho purpose of erecting markets fronting the Parramatta-road, nep,r the Albert Ha^l. The population of Petersham and Leiplihardt is extending so rapidly that doubtless thp venture will prove a remunerative one to the pro moters,' and properly carried oqt should prove a convenience to tl^e residents of both the suburh.9.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS We arc pleased to bo able to record, the fact that our snggeution to call a public meeting re the. Government's action in Connection with' the New Courthouse and Post and -Telegraph Offices has been taken up in a spirited manner, with the remit that a lengthy and influential petition has been presented to the Mayor asking hiui to call a meeting to discuss the question. Some action of that kind ought to have been taken months ago, in place of allowing our borough* to be given a back Aoafc in ; the matter of its share of the money set apart for supply ing, comfort and convenience to the public in connection with postal accom modation and a place wherein to hold the Courts of Petty Sessions. Nearly five years ago we were led to suppose that the new publio buildings would soon be an accomplished fact'; ' since then the dite has been chosen and .the difficulties Existing - between the two Departments concerned in the building have been over come,' but 'lo and behold,...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Petersham. Aldermanic Election. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Petersham Aldermanio Meotion. The nomination of an alderman to fill the position vacated by Mr. E. J. Henry for Syderihairi Ward has ' been fixed ; for Wednes day, the '10th of ' Jane, and candidates, will require therefore to , lodge their nomination papers not later than Tuesday next. Although several names have been mentioned ns those likely to come forward, Mr. Jfolin Henderson, of Brighton-street, is ' the only candidate definitely in the field. Mr. Heudersori filled a similar position', some time back 2.7, u we j believe, .gave .general BaUsftyjtjog VfWle fol-. filling alderroan^c d^t|e«,

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Current items Residents in and aronnd Melbourne are complaining about the quality and foulness of the gas supplied to them by a company which monopolise the trade for that commodity. Parliament there has threatened to revise the Act passed for the Company's control. If some thing of the kind was done in connection with the Sydney Gas Company it might improve the quality and i ressure of the gas supplied by them, especially in the suburbs of Sydney. There hat been good reason for complaint of late. The celebration of the sixty-seventh anniversary of our beloved Queen oil Monday last was carried on in a quiet but nevertheless respectful manner in Balmain. It was observed as a holiday by most of our shopkeepers and num bers of residents sought pleasure on the Sydney side and in trips down the harbour. A bowling contest between the Ballarat and Balmain Clubs enabled a goodly number of the elite to . pass a pleasant afternoon, and the Salvationists offered another attraction to the gener...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Leiohhardt Ratepayers' Association. The usual meeting of the above took; place , on Tuesday evening last, in the, Albert -Hall, ' Parramatta Road, Mr. Fred Walsh,' president, in the chair. The following officers and mem bers were also present : — Messrs. J. S. Haw thorne (vice-president), H. M.' Hyde (secre tary), Campbell, Kiley, Winkle, Johnson, Black more, Leigh, Mulholland, Dwyer, Todd, Baines. Murray, Banks, Rodwell, Sadler, Dorn, and others. The minutes of previous meeting were read ana conurmeu. v^orreapuuutiiiuc was read and received. In answer to a letter from the Association to the Minister . for Public Works in reference to a change in the section of the Leichhardt tram line, a reply was re ceived stating that no change would be made till the whole tramway system was considered. New members-proposed — Mr. ,S. Crossland and Mr.,Purnell. ; Election of new member — Mr. D. Dorn, John Street/'' The following business was then proceeded with : — The con dition of Government roa...

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

BALMAIN POLICE OOUBT. Wednesday, May -27. ; (Before,Mr. Leop'»ld-Yatesr ? Archibald Kennedy wns charged on a jvwar rant with leaving his child Elizabeth Kennedy without lawful .means of support. An order, ;was'made for'jlOs ? a'-week for 12 months, 'and' accused was 'ordered to find.. two sureties in £15 or one in £30. John MoPherson, chp.rjjed with being drunk in Church-street, wns fined 10s. or 3 days. Henry Brownlow, charged with being drunk.. in liouege-sireer,' was rineu iw, or nours. ? - James Collins, charged wilh being drunk in Vincent-lane, was fined 10s, or 3 days. Patrick Focuijrty was charged with offend ing against do'ccricy an'J.fihid 203. -r James. RyaiCcti-irgedj with furious driving, was fined -40s and 2s 6d costs, or 7 days. Charles Newman was, charged, with allowing a horse to stray. Fined lOs.'or SljhpnrB;- ' ! J. McGuiley; charged with being' drunk' in Johnstone-street, was fined 5s, or to be de . tninedi until rising of the Court.' '? Daniel Leonard was charged...

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A Coffee Supper. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

, A Coffee Supper. .This is quite.a new idea. t You. may travel fart without hearing mention of such 'an enter tainirient. Those who know' St. Peters wellj must know that well-built ecclesiastical build ing in May-street, the Primitive Methodist . Church, in connexion with whioh- a'' manse,' or,residence for the minister, has recently been erected. The term ' manse ' was once used exclusively br Presbyterians; but it seems -J.1 ? 1i_;_ ..J :4- nn IfAn/lnTT Ot-ner rtJllglUUtJ uuuito.uun uoc.fu. . ..yxi^ju.yjuupjr;, evemng;-May l'8thj a';coffedxsup^%t|.d.8Q-w;v gathering took place in. the Foresters' Hall. St. Peters,' to. celebrate the operiing' of the '.manse,' and a large , number of the congre gation and their friends' were present. The term ' coffee 'siipper ' indicates, of course, , that intoxicating drinks were excluded from the menu. The proceedings were of^a most pleasant and cordial character, and the speak ing on the occasion was good j and a very enjoyable evening was spen...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, MAY 29th. 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.). [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Friday, may 29th. 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold YatesMS.SL). T J Thomas Rosser, was charged with' Ijeing ;drunk in,lG.oodsir-strep|.i .fined..l0s.- or-.-48 ?htfRrs'. $:--§' ' ' 0 ' i ^ Jane Traser was cn'&rgeiii with' behaving in a riotous manner in Palmer-street, i ..Fined'lOsi or 3 days. . James Jones, charged, with. , being drqnk in' Rountree-street^'was fined, :5s. ? or ; be' detained imtil the rising of the cpiirti 1 ? A nnmber of tradesmen were- fined ? variQhs sums for nsincr :imnrnnor:' wnittlifu ' iw a' measures. A number of persons were fined .various . sums from 5a. upwards for neglecting to 'send' their children to school. J.' JH. Hnnt. v. I?.'. Dunks.', This,' was an | action; brought by Mr.^Hunt/afg'aint :JPWDunks. for ejectment ' from' ' fiis premises, Darling street. Mr; jl^urdockc appeared 'for j the' plaintiff and -Mr/Wisfrfot the defendant.4 'In consequence of a technical object ion' taken by ' thedefendant's counsel as to an irregularity, in the summons his W...

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Stanley Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

StanleyOrioketOlub. I Newtown is certainly a ;great cricketirig ' centre, and there arc some first-class crioketers resident in it. Have we not even a Cricketers' Arms hotel? On Monday evening, the-18th' irist.,,in .the Tovyn,- Sail,, a minstrel perfor mance was given in aid of 'the above mentioned club, of which Mr. H. C. Nupthali is the respeoted honorary secretary, -\y hose r energy and services in behalf of the Stanley Cricket Club are well known and appreciated. Mr. Naylor,. the- popular double voice vocalist, iook pa'rt in the:programmej which'was a, Very full one, and was gone through with great effect.- The Stanley ? Orioket Club would do 1 well .to give' another concert ere long.

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow ?' *A8T BAtMAINP; ' ?' * ' ! ? S». Church of Knglind— Morning, 11, Ber. M. Archdall, M, A, . ! Braning; 7, ? „ . ? „ .. , Bt. ABBD»TiN»'», .Ronn»n Oathollo— ?' 1 ? Him, 7.30»nd 11 ».m., Dean Leonard '- ? Ymptn,4, „ i . / ' Pmmttmiajt Chock, Campbell »treei— ' 'Moralng/ll. Rer J. Co»h,M.Ai *T«iin|f, ' 7, - v. ' : -i' y' CmOEOB— ? ? - , ? | , Morning 11, Ear. A, -J. Fry , , . ' I.! I Kr«lllng,' 7,: ? ? „? ' - - ? '?' 1 ! Wliirrur C«r»eH. D»rlinj;-«tre«t— MbrAlog,n,Mr.T.P.Roev« f. ) ! ? :-i ? KrenlDf, 7, B«t. F. B. Fletcher, H.A.

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