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On Law and Order. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

On Law and Order ' 1 Beddite ergo quae sunt Ceesaris Ciesari, et quae sunt Dei Dso.' . Two cases, whioh appear to me to in volve some hardship, were reported in last week's 'Independent;' the one is that of Mr. Mahon, of the Rainptoi) Coqrt IJotel, who was fined, for selling liquor after hours; and the other that of Mr, J, D. .1.. f ? 1 ? ? ? ? i n -? ?L'iiagertuu, ttibu uuuu xur OuryiDg a OHUCl in the Petersham Cemetery. These oases are very suggestive of tyranny from one point of view, and of contemptible sneak ing and spying from another. Neverthe less, the question presents some praotioal difficulties, inasmuch as it raises the point of how far a man is justified in disobeying, or ignoring, an obnexious law. It is a dangerous prinoiple to propound, adpopu lum, that the provisions of any law may be justifiably contravened; and yet, on the other hand, we surely do not wish to breed i}p a nation of slaves, who will allow everv jack-in-office to 'look through tljejr windows, and ' s...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Addison, S. M.) MONDAY, JUNE 8th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

BALMAIN POLICE COUBT. (Before Mr. Addison, S. M.) Monday, June 8th, 1885. James Roulstone, on bail, was fined 10s or 2 d iv-, for being drunk in Phillips-street. Giorge Davis, charged with being drink *n'l disorderly in Ann-street was fined 20s, or 4 days, James Williams oharged with being drunk in Mort-street was fined 10s or 2 days. SMALL DEBTS. W. Nesbitt v. Gollie ; goods - sold, 4s 6d. Verdict for amount claimed with 5s costs, and 2s fid witness' expenses. W. Nesbitt v. M'Cracken ; 8s 6d, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed with 5s costs and 2s 6d witness expenses. W. Nesbett v. Wilton balance of account s. Verdict with 5s costs. E. Le Geyt v. H. Tutt ; £2 2s, rent. Ver dict fOr amount claimed with 12s costs. J. H Hunt v. Gibbs ; 15s 6d, goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed with 5s costs, and 2s fid expenses. J. Harper v. Hanson ; £3 3s Gd, meat sup plied. Verdict for amount claimed with 5s costs, and 2s 6d expenses. J. Haroer v. Dunsford j 7s 6d, verdict for amount claime...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Public Buildings. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

Balmain Public Buildings. A deputation consisting of the representa tives of Balmain, several aldermen of the borough and gentlemen interested in the movement waited on the Oolonial Seoretary, Sir Alexander Stuart, yesterday morning, to paotest against the proposed alterations in the plans of the new public buildings for Balmain. There were present, the Mayor, Mr. Jacob Garrard, M.L.A., Mr. W. H. Hutchinson, M.L.A., Aldermen Oameron, Cltibb, Briggs, Burn*, and McDonald and Mr. Bowen. The Mayor having introduced the demi tation and congratulated the Oolonial Sec retary on his reoent honour, read the resolutions passed at a previous meeting of the ratepayers of Balmain. He then oalled on Alderman Cameron to speak on the question. Alderman Oameron regretted that the mutter had not been placed in abler hands. The deputation had little to say; they merely wished to ask that the original plans for the new public buildings might be car ried out in their entirety. Balmain was the most impor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

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FRIDAY, 12th JUNE, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

Friday, 12th June, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) Frank Reynolds, drunk in Clayton-street, was fined JOs, or 2 days. Edward Dillonj James Colly, and Richard Colley, for allowing cattle to stray, were each fined 2s Qd, aq'4 2s'^d costs. ' Queensland produced 183,767 gallons qf rum last year, not fr^m leather like the' Americans, but from the sugar cane. Tljie Ifejboyr^e Police fyave matje several ar rests jin connectjpn w^th ttye Cflllpg wooff bank The Rev J.A.Dowie has been released, from £he Melbourne gaol and is now attracting large ptydie^ces (q his reljgiovs services ip Fitzroy. Big Btorm at Wiljon'p Promontory oh Sunday The telegraph instruments were' all damaged through lighting. ' My TobaoooniBt, WEST, Beattie-gtreet, near Gittus'. — Advt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

BANJO — Wanted Lessons,; state terms. W. H. S., ' Observer ' Office, Balmain. WANTED.— A DRESSMAKER ; by the day. Apply ' Z,' office of this paper. ? COOKING RANGE. A . GOOD 3 foot one for Sale cheap, and A 1 nearly new, put oat for a gas one, apply, Bowling Club. WANTED, All elosses of SQRVANT8 Highest Wages— HAWKINS' Sewinf Machine and Piano Depot, Darling street, op posite Murray's, draper MANGLES, Washers, Stoves, Boilers, Bibles Albums, Pictures, &c., from 2s weekly. . HAWKINS' DEPOT. Only address— Opposite Murray's Drapery, Darling Street East. FOB SALE, Millinery and Drapery Business with lease of premises; with or without stock; good Dwelling House ; satisfactory reasons for leaving. Mbs.BISSETT, Beattie street, Balmain. BALMAIN BLUE RIBBON GOSPEL TEMPERANCE ARMY. AN ENTERTAINMENT will be held in Mrs. Whitehead's Schoolroom, on WED NESDAY NEXT, the 17th inst., in aid of an aged couple who are in great want and distress. Admission Free. Collection. GEORGE BELL, Presid...

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WEDNESDAY, 10th JUNE, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

Wednesday, 10th June, 1885, CBefore Mr. Addison. Edward M'Mahon, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Darling-street, was fined 20s, and 4s lOd costs, or 4 days, Henry Sinclair, charged -with drunkenness in Beattie-street did not appear. Warrant issued for his apprehensiqn. ?lane eraser, cnargea witn using oDscene language in Palmer-street was fined 90s, and 4s lOd costs, or 14 days. Thomas Druery, oharged with offending against decency in Evans-street, was fined 20s, and 2s 6d costs, or 7 days. Thomas Nelson, charged with being away from his horse in Weston road) on May 9ftb, was fined 10b, and 2s 6d costs, or 3 days. Peter Horan, was charered with letting off fireworks in a publio street, on the Queen's Birthday. The evidence against prisoner was of a very misty character and his Worship dis missed the case. ^ John Stock, William Broadhead, James Flood, and Edward Gallagher were each fined 2s 6d, and 2s fid costB, for allowing horses to ?tray;

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THE STORY TELLER DOT. A STORY OF THE FRESH AIR FUND. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

PHii- STOBYTELLER, -T)()T. ' j Ar Story of the -Fuesh Air .Fund. ; ?' .3^ J. A Chapter IV.; : : ? When the morniug of Dot's; departure came, Miss Roxhnfv ' ivriayed herself in . '-vhef'second-best black silk, put a few ar ? 'fU'ticles'inia.^alcliel, filled a small basket with fresli ^jlgs, new biscuit., a pat of but ter and a bottle of currant wine, nnd said to Hann'alf :' r ' Ljnriy he gone two or tlireo days.' Have the east clianiber throtiglily aired ?njid.dUjStfd.-hel' re I get lia'ck,. tell Hiram --A to'tiike S peck of pfer.s down to Mvs. Alder, d on 't. forget it o see if those, canned Btpuwberries have worked or not, and be : enri3 thie front d I or is kept bolted,; arid ? ; 'p'utth'at' last 'brood of chickens in the other coop, arid ' kept a 'newspaper orer the geranium slips in Uhe afternoon.' ' .I:;;-; .?«! ???-'- ' And, Hannah, be very careful to keep onJk.:the.i flies,„and tell; Hiram to; fix. the « Hfe' is'so apti £ol forget things,' ^'w'as ' Ti'athed in tears as she mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

ANTHONY HORDERN & :SG)Ni:ll|; TTMvefsal Providers, Importers. : ?'ii ' ' i' oS j _ . y ' ;n' '' '7' .1 ' ! ii'A' «'?»'.* j v ?? | ' ' ? ; ' ?? ^ ^ .JJlis^vr^r ^rt^onodily '' ?.? ' -? v; ' i - io --U 1- .' '?? l'*i! ? r' ,t: ' '''lfi,|'1if'| ?'' ''j '' 'i ' ? |' V a ' . AB nnnMSE PllCHASE OF UIIIES' lUBTlES AT SPECIAL flffi&f fgli OneGuinea Mantles for Fifteen Shillings. Two Guinea Mantles tor Thirty Shillings. ? ? ? i - ' ? ?? : ' : '??? ?? '? - ? ' . :.iv; . ': . u . -v!i i ! ? ? ? ii - ! ? .,{( ' '-7 v r; '{ : i.'fHT/iii'oV -fxff . ;::---,;::^;;..STOCK- OF UNEQUALLED STYLE AND QUALITY TO SELECT : : : CHAS. I ALLEN'S BLACK WINGEN OILS. - THOMAS WEST. WOOD & COAL MERCHANT, . Abattoir ICoad, NEAR THE MEAT FACTORIE^. .. All Orders by post or otherwise promptly attended t«. ? Fall weight Guaranteed; Orders; can be left with Mr. A. Smith, . watchmaker; Darling-street, west, or with; Mr. Howard, corner of Cameron-street and ' Birchgrove Road William Buckle^ j Quar...

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JOKERS IN THE AMERICAN SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

JOKERS IN THE AMERICAN SENATE. Butler and Garland, members of the Senate of the 'United States, arc con stantly playinjg: jokes, more or else out rageous, on each other. Not long ago Garland h t Butler pretty hard, and But ler laid for' tlie senator from Arkan sas. Knowing Grrlund's fondness for candy, lie prueurcu ^uint; i.unineiH, .11111 .lino some cubes of brown soap, which, wrap ped in. thin tissue paper, precisely resem bled, to the eye, the caramels. Butler knew that if he tried to put the cubes of soap off on ' Gailand be would fail, as the Utter was of course on the alert, so far as he was concerned. So Voor hees, of Indiana; who sits next to Gar land, was chosen for the confederate. Said Butler to Voorliees, ' Here are two genuine caramels— these others are cubes of soap. Oo to your seat, lay the soap cubes on your desk, eat the gen- 1 uine caramels, and say nothing.' I Voorliees did as he was told. Gar-' land observed the cubes on the desk, and saw that Voorliees was eatin...

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INFORMATION FOR YOUNG LADIES AND WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

INFORMATION FOR YOUNG LADIES AND WIVES: Little rolls : i lb flour, 1 teaspoonful of baking ;powder, pinch of salt, just sufficient milk to form a stiff dough ; for sweet tea, rolls add ^ oz. butter or lard, ^ ozl sifted sugar (or else .^ oz. lard and | lb.isnga)i 1 o2. of sultaria raisins, form into, four little rolls,: notched loayes or twists, r . ? Fairy cake : J lb. of corn flour, 1 tea spoonful baking powder, 2 oz. fresh but ftor, SQgQ|r{;;s;l-jAgg, a little milk, flavoring of lemon, or you may use dried fruits cut in slices, sultanas, or anything else preferred, bake in ione' -si^all tin, b£relse h patty 'pans.; Very Pretty fingers) may -^be ^j^de by^baking in a batter pudding tin, and then cutting into finders;'. This, mixture makes excel lent jam sandwiches ; it rises very much. To make snow cake use. two' whites and [omit the yokes) of the eggs. ~ Plain cake : To be baked in one small tin, patty pans, or in little rocks, £ -lb. flour, one teaspoonful baking powder, l£ oz. b...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 13 June 1885

FOOTBALL. The second fifteens of the Walleroo and Newtovm Clubs met on Moore Park for the first time this season, the result being a win for the Walleroo by two points, viz., 2 tries to 1 try. Tho tries for the winners were Obtained by Cox and Thompson, and for t!io' losers by Carr. F. W. Cape, Charles Haugb, Heed, and Smith worked hard for the winners, a« also did Duohar, Sedgewick, Brown, and Bernard for the losers. Balmain Nelson v. Bnrwood-Beresford.— These Clubs met at Burwood Park, on Saturday the 6th inst, The Burwood captain won the toss and chose to kick towards the eastern goal. The game was conducted in excellent spirit, Burwood had weight considerably -in their fa vour,* but in -speed and activity, the Nelsons were superior. Towards the end of the game the play became very rough, and. five minutes before time, a Burwood back, '(by a mistake on the part of the Nelson backs,) was allowed almost to run in with the ball unopposed . The BurwoodB won after a fast and exciting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

WANTED, a respectable GIRL. i HIT or MISS HOTEL, i Balmain. ! WANTED, Ali classes of SERVANTS _ Highest .Wau'es— HAWKINS' Sewing Machine and Piano Depot, Darling street, op posite Murray's, draper To Carpenters. fllENDERS wanted for building (labor only) 1 a WEATHERBOARD ROOM, iron roof, 80 x -12, not lined Information from Mb. Macdougall, ? '? Observer office, or address -? Z,' care that gentleman,- ' MANGLES, Washers, Stoves, Boilers, Bibles Albums, Pictures, Sec., from 2s weekly, i HAWKINS' DEPOT. Only address— Opposite Murray's Drapery, Darling Street East. ; FOB SALE,- Millinery and Drapery Business with lease of piemises, with or without stock; 'good;' Dwelling House ; satisfactory reasons for leaving. Mbs.BISSETT, Beattie :street, .'Balmain. ?- OHOP and HOUSE to let in Besttie-street, a IO good business position ; west of Dick's Hotel. Apply office of this paper. New South Wales United Evatigeliatic Association, THE -Balmain Branch will hold - Special Services ih :the Tempera...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

Suburban and General. . Alderman Buchanan says Balmain is known as a municipal puzzle and is fast- becoming an architecturalone. Aid. Punch is going in for agitating for a cable tramway from Barling Point to west Balmain. He considers- it: would pay im mensely, '?--- Queensland exported 701 tons of pearl shells to the United States last year. That would make a host of shirt buttons and knife handles. The value was about £125,000. The latest addition to the Art Gallery, Sydney, ' The Boll Call,' is well worth a visit of in spection. ' The seven men who were senteneed to death for rape a short time ago, have had their sen tence* commuted to terms of imprisonment of 10 and 5 years imprisonment and floggings. : A bullock belonging to Mr. J. Bmmett, of Leichhardt gored a man on Tuesday, and in jured him so seriously that he had to be taken to the hospital. ' The City Council arc begint ing to eoonomise by getting rid of all surplus or unnecessary labor. The Mayor lias discharged sufficie...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

Sporting J Secretaries of rowing, bioytlo, bowling, football, and cricket dubs are roqaoBted to send in reports of mhtcbcs for publication in this column not later than Wednesday.' The sculling match between Brown and Lynch for £50 a-side which took place over the champion course on Saturday last resulted in a victory for Brown by about three lengths. In consequence 'of several events taking place on the Parramatta the same afternoon, a great many people witnessed the race, and we undei- stand that a good deal of money changed hands over it. The Btakes were paid over at Mr. M'Sullea's hotel, Mo'rt-street. I — ' i

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Our Local Industries. MESSRS. ELIOTT BROS. CHEMICAL WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

' Our Local IjHustnes MESSRS. ISL^i)TT BROS'. CHEMICAL WORKS. ,'l'o writo a description of Chemical ''Works, ono should know something of Chemistry. Without it, it is easy to fall into error. If we manage to write this account without making a hopeless jumble of Technicalities and reduoing the whole affair 'adabsurdum' by some ludiorous blunder in our attempt to desoribe some branch of the ' oeoult science,' it is to the courtesy and kindness of Mr. . J. Elliott that we owe our immunity from Buch a luokless predicament : as he personally oondueted us over the premises, and with a patience worthy of a better cause, explained to us the various processes connected with tho workingB of the establishment. However, if, before we have finished, we don't con found sulphuric with sulphurous acids, and make a glorious ' Olla Podrida ' of bi sulphato of lime, acetic aoid and guano, it won't be our fault. We have done our best. Chemistry, as every one knows, has a History almost as old as the w...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

BOWLS. A pleasant afternoon waB (pent at the Glebe Ground on Saturday last, when the Balmain and RoBehill olubs. met to decide the . final match of the season for the challenge trophy, presented by the President of the New South Wales Bowling' Association. After an inter esting contest, the Rosehill club proved the victors by 8 points. The scores being 92 and 8 A. ' This result must not be put down to bad play, but to the state of the ground, which is hardly in a fit condition for good play yet, being too new.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

FOOTBALL. ' The Glebes bad a draw with the Manly Club on Saturday last, each team getting a try. .Home, Howe, Flick and Burke from amcng the Glebe players gained most praise'. The Balmains met the Wallaroos on Moore Park last Saturday. There was a large at tendance of spectators and the game proved a close one throughout. Cameron (the Balmain skipper) having lost the toss had to set the ball in motion, and for some considerable time it was kept in the middle of the ground. The Wallaroos were, however, too good for our Balmain plavers and succeeded in gaining a try from which they obtained a goal. The Balmain players then seemed to wake up to their position and threatened the Wallaroo's citadel in a manner which caused them some alarm, and one try was eventually secured by C. Cameron in a very smart style, but' ah attempt at a goal from it failed: Hard and pretty rough play then followed, but at the call of time the scores stood — Wallaroo, 5 points ; Balmain, i points. Creer, the tw...

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NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

. NEW, PUB LIC BUILDINGS ' The estimated saving caused -by the amended plan of the post and telegraph offices arid courthouse proved to be even less tban the Architect-in-Chief expected. The lowest tenders show that only £805 would be saved by the alteration. It is rather-.an unkind cut for Mr.- Wright, but possibly he may yet be persuaded to give in and accept the lowest tender nnder the ; original ; plan.; Nothing is yet known' about the matter, but no news is sometimes good . news, and we hope the silence is not the forerunner of greater delay. There is another feature in tbe last tenders which will give us pleasure should one be accepted, viz., the lowest tenderer for the full plan is Mr. Langley, of Balmain. f Since the abovei paragraph was put in type, we have -'received an intimation' from Mr. Garrard, -M.L. A., slating that the Min ister for. Works going : to accept' Mr; Langley's tender under the original de sign; The price is we understand some thing like £14, 67^. Our ene...

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St. Augustine's Parochial Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

: St. Augustine's Parochial Sohools. . It is always satisfactory, in this ago of pro gress, to noticc fresh indications of the march 'of education in our midst, and it is with great pleasure that we draw attention to the very handsome structure, now.almost completed, in Thames-street, to be used as a Catholic School. We understand that the schoolroom, which is to be used entirely for boys, is 72 feet long by 30 feet broad. It.is built in the 12th rentury style of architecture, upon a' solid stone -foundation, which on the north side, in con sequence of a sudden fall in the ground, is 14 feet in depth ? The exterior height of the building is 22 feet to the . wall plate '.and 4'4 feet' totlic apex of the roof ; and the interior heizbt to tbe apex of tbe roof, which is a double one, is 29 feet. The schoolroom is built of brick, carefully selected from th- se least likely to absorb water, and is lighted by four narrow wirdows, at each end, and by twelve windows of a similar character on...

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