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THE STORYTELLER. MR. DENMORE'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

THE storyteller; r MR. DENMORE'S FRIEND. Von'll vote for my friend Lexham, won't you, ' ohl oba|- ? '' was the saldta tioriwith'which'Mr. Christopher Denmore gieeted nearly erery raember of the Bon cho Club for some days before one of ., tiie periodical elections of iieff candidates. . :They were not very; particnlar at the Bonclio Cltib. :It was unneeeseaiy that a candi ate should be of high and ancient lineage, or . even of . absolutely stainless character to ensure his admission to that sacred circle, i Men were. pilled now and then, .of course, but that was' generally because, in^ 'tlie lahgriagebf the frequentera . ofithe.Bortc^Oj 'ili£iy| ,know: a1 little , jtob lhucb.'1 Wherefore,1 Mr. 'jDenmore'e friends wondered a little at his taking the trcubln.to canvass personally in; fal viir of-! a. man against: whom, at all events, nothing was known! , ; 1 ;? 1 . ' You see,' Denmore explained, 'I am afraid I can' £ possibly be in London .when the ballot comes o£f, and 1 .thought , it...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 15th, 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

BALMAIN POLICE COUET. ' Monday, June 15th, '18851 . (Before Mr. Leopold Yates.) James Going, charged with disorderly con duct on board the steamship Australia, at Mort's Dock, was fined 10s or 2 days. . : Benjamin Wilson, on bail, was fined 10s,- or 2.dajs for being drunk in Mort-street. i/: George ;Rooney, for; being drunk in Mort streetj was ' fined 5s, or -to . be detained until the rising of the Court. Margaret Nolan, a child of 8 years, who had been deserted by her parents, was recom mended for admission to the Benevolent In stitution.' ' James.; Brennan, : Elizabeth Brennan, : and John Brennan, 3 : small children, were found by the police wandering about in the bush without means of support. Their mother, a woman of bad character, had left .the children and was supposed to be now in Sydney.' Re latives of tne children promised to bring them' np, their father consenting to be held responsible; on that understanding : his Wor ship ordered the children to be dismissed, SMALL DEBT...

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

Child Murder. - . On Saturday' last, Awhile two boys, named Harvey Tonks and J. Brigden, were playing at the foot of Cove-streCt, Balmain, their atten tion was attracted 'to a canvas bag, lying on the rocks close to them. Having secured And opened the bag they found that it contained the body of a newly born male infant. Infor mation was at once given .to the police, who took possession of the body until the inquest. The Acting City Coroner, Mr. H. Shiel, held the inquest at the Soudan Hotel, on Monday. Evidence as to the finding of the body, and its delivery, to the Dolice havine been Given, Dr. O. F. S. Evan's was called nnd deposed that after a post mortem examination he had ar rived/at the conclusion that the child had been alive, and that circulation' and respiration had been fully established. In his opinion, the cause of death was asphyxia by drowning. A verdict of wilful murder against some person or persons unknown was returned. The mur dar could not have tak'jn place- very...

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"SUCH IS LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

' SUC11 IS LIFE.' . . Such' j8 life '' — we oftenlhear it r ' i ; . ?; ? Murmured in our. careless ears-^- j ; ; ? r ? v ! And the tale so oft;rcpeated— j Brings to us— no change in years. - : tstill oh still I the same voice lingers^- ; Broken accents with a' sigh, ' ' i v.ii And the drooping heart— it'listeus' i V' /. ' j To the lone— but human :cry. i j Breaking' through' the' walling 'sorrow j Falling from the lips we love — _! ...Leavins yet— a wound, still deeper, ... . j '-Than the pang it would remove. : j Loveis te their maidens trembling, i Agrd to the young appeal, — _ ! Witl^ the broken .'vow is' blending, ! 1 .- ' Such is' life ''—come' woe or weal. Philip D. Lobimeb. ;

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(Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) WEDNESDAY, 17TH JUNE, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

- (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) ' ' Wednesday, 17th June, 1885. - Charles Butler, drunk in Darling-street, — Discharged on account of being in custody since Monday. Samuel Warwick, drunk in Cameron-street, fined 5s or to be detained nntil the rising of the Court. . ; ; John Barrjr, drunk and disorderly in Dar ling-street, was fined 20s, aud 4s lOd costs or 4 days. Margaret Black, summoned for using ob scene 'language; did not- appear.- A warrant was issued for her apprehension. Joseph Regan, Thomas Osborne, Robert Gibson, Peter Myers, and James Fowler were' each -fined 5s, and 2s 6d costs or 2 days, far allowing goats to stray. ?John Sohetrnmpf, charged with a. similar | offence, was .fined 10s, and 2s ,6d costs, or 4 days. } Charles Peters and Michael Carroll were each fined 5s v and 2s 6d costs, for allowing horses to stray. James Moran, Alfred Shaw, William Jack son, were charged with playing pitch and toss .in a public street, Shaw did not appear, and Moran and Jackson plea...

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

i - ' GOOD-BYE .' 'Tis a word— so full of beauty— ' ' And so toueliirig to the heart- — i'-'i 'Tis a word-7-so full of meaning, Without it— who ; would part ? ' : Clasping with a hand of-friendship— j Lips that tremble witKia.bigh— j Cease their faltering tones— expressing, ! v AU their sweetness i n qotii-hijcllX M OJiAiS.j ,'Tis a word — so full of beauty, . i \ In flur sunshine, in our gloom, ; ; [ 'Tis a word — so co.istan— near us | ,Frpm the cradle to' the tomb.',' . .. { 'Tis the sweetness of remembrance; ' ' \ As the blussoms drop and die — For they leave behind'in parting, All their beauty in goo l-bye. ' .-c ! Philip D. Loeimee.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 19TH, 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

Fbiday, June I9tb. 1885... (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) ' I William Woodman summoned Dy F. J. Paris, : Inspector of Nuisance, for having his premises in Campbell-street, in a filthy condition was fined 10s. and 5s. costs, or two days. . . William Carr fined 20s and 5s coats or 7 days, for filthy premiBesin Victoria-street. The case against Mr.; M. Sullivan for, filthy premises was dismissed, Mr, Leslie who ap peared- for the defence, 'having contended that no offensive smell had been proved*

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

Balmain Artillery. - Our looal volunteers will be pleased -to hear that the authorities have at last com pleted the new regulations for their Govern ment. They were issued as a supplement to the 'Government Gazette' on Tues-: day last. Amended regulation 4 is as fol lows:— The ? Volunteer Military- ; Force shall consist of the following arms : — Cavalry, artillery, engineer,, torpedo, mounted infantrv or rifles, infantrv'. which may be formed into corps partially paid for services rendered, and into reserve corps or portions - thereof serving gratuitously, ;whioh shall be. formed in -places where the partially paid corps do'nbt;exiBt, !and' shall be connected by a regimental organisation with such partially-paid corps ; but. corps formed under the system of partial pay ment.may be, supplemented as to numbers by the affiliation to them, or to any portion of them, of a reserve serving gratuitously.' The 'other amended regulations relate to officers, their classification, status, &...

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

ALEXANDER'S SEWING COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., : j;,;!1;.-'/; .' agent?5,' j 17' CHANGE ALLEY, PITT . ST. N;. SYDNEY. ' ??? ? ? i ^ISNfHONY Universal Providers. General Importers, 'x ? v':y' ' v ' ' j'. ? .'=-- ? x AH HMEHSE PURCHASE OF LADIES' IABTLES AT SPECIAL PRICES. One Guinea Mantles for Fifteen Shillings. Two Guinea Mantles tor Thirty Shillings. -2:^ AND QUALITY TO SELECT : FKOM,, y* O has. Allen's Black Wingen Oils BOROUCHOF BALMAIN THE MAYOR will bo in atUi'i'kncii at the Council Chambers, Darling-street, nt ?9 a.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thuisdays, and Fridays in eich week. 1 i . H.B.MACINTOSH, Cuitn il dlcrk. ; Town Hall, Balmain, ? ? - '? 13th Feb.; 1885. ' ' ' ' [Card ] . '? DE. L. G.'1)AVIPS0X, : Doctor of Medicine and Surgeon, LLANAYRON, BOOTH and DAEVALL-STU K ETS, (Late Residence of Dr. Jones), BALMAIN. ? WANTED SCRAP IRON In any Quantity, at the COBALT AND NICKEL WORKS, ' Snail's Bay. Apply to the Manager.. . . ? . J. BATTY, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT, Near Reyn...

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Lecture on Music. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

Leoture on Music. A lecture, on the subject of ' Music,' was given.at St, Paul's Church on Tuesday evening last ,by the Rev. George /Campbell, There was a crowded attendance. The Rev. Mr, Grimm occupied the chair, and after a hymn had iieen sung and prayer offered the chairman briefly introduce^ thelecturer. ! I^e tvas glad to wel-: come Mr. (Carapbell hejre'from the scene of his labors at Redfern, aijd he jyas' sure 'that his lecture would be listened to with plengure and with considerable benefit to themselves. The Rev. Mr. Campbell ssid that the subject He propop.ed to deal w^th was .sacred music, from its earliest records to the present day. Music had. ever .been, an /outlet for, the moBt intense of human emotions. In the old Tgp la- ment, triumphs, deaths, joys and sorrows, lores and hatreds, were all celebrated by song. The song . fif; jjfiriain, [ .the qong composed on the deaths of'Saiil atad Jonathan, the song of the exiled Jews by the wat'ejs of Babylon,' were familiar to ...

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

^ SfECIALADVpRTlSEMEWS. mbdicalI 1 I -.T GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgson , ; Jj. ' (formerly of Goulbnrn), has succeeded , ; Dr.' Jones in (l;« practice of big profession at Bkltnain, and wiay be consnlted daily at his ; residence: Llanayron, Boothand Darvall-Btreeta, . : ?pporitc Pigeon Groand (laterosidence of Dr. : ' Jonts). 'Hours, 9 to 1 1 a.m.) 2 p.m. and 6 to ? ? ; MEDICAL. ,4 LTi Persons indebted to. the late firm' of ? /\ Dfs. JONES and MACQOEBN are re ? qu'ttted'to pay their accounts before May 31st t* Dr. MACQUEEN, 3, Hyde Park Terrace, Liverpool-street, Sydney,' or to Dr. DAVID BON, Boath-street, Balmain. Account* then ' -?ntstanding will on June 1st be in the hands ?f the Trade Protection' Society for collection ' as the final settlement of the late irm ia fixed (or June 80th, 1885. . .Vaccination. DR. OWKN F. S. -EVANS, : Government Vac . ciaator, vaccinates every Tuesday and -''. Thursday rat 2.30 'p.m., at his residence, Dar liig mid. Balmain. CHAS. ALLEN'S BLACK , WI...

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

ANDREWS BROS., CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. to ? . ® S ? C '(5 ? £ IS to. ! m . u © £ 3 +J CD o 0 to u ® C 1 tn o i» CQ to S © u ?' V ? c ? - m 'V 03 „ Z § atali - iiiil g j*: - Jj'lll kH Hm': §Ph M ^ 1§ ? Q o K I 0 S n 6 « fc? ° 6 ; -1 - ' k 3:, a 1 *r. o- CO -t o D 3 ?a ® o- D j»- T_ 5' OQ ®r. S: a- (0 r+ o 3 CO r+ © a- r+ CO ANDREWS BROS , Clothiers, Balmain West. J. W. Cunningham & Go. (Late Balmain Fuel Compmy), WOOD & GOAL M RCHANTS, ADOLPHUS STREET, BALMAIN. ORDERS left at Henderson's Groccr i J. : 'Jenron'p, Hulolicr, Darlinc-stre^t ; and; E. Kelly's Grocer, Corner of Cameron and llountree-slreets. punctu lly attended to. PONT and ROSS, WOOD AND COXL MERCHANTS, Foot of REYNOLDS STREET , Balmain. All Orders punctually attended to. THE NATIONAL PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Offices : 38 PARK STREET. Contributing Shares can be taken at any time, FEES ONE SHILLING Per Share. PAID UP SHARES £20 EACH. / 11. per cent. INTEREST and PROFITS Has been paid for 7 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

The much-discussed question of re moval of ni^litsoil from the City and. ; r Suburban; ; Municipalities . has . ? again i oropped up, this time, at I he instance of Darlington Council, and a meeting1 of the representatives of Suburban Muni cipalities .was held iu the Syduey Town Hall last Tuesday to' consider the matter. For some time past the Government have placed a . punt at the disposal of the lj jCJilj Council;, and by that means the Excreta has been conveyed to sea. So successful has this trial been in the . : matter of saving time .and labor (for previously the soil had to be carted as far as Botany) that it led to - the meet ing in question and the determination on the part of Suburban Councils to petition the Government for. the use of other punts. The May or .of Balmain (Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A.) who has taken o i great interest in .providing some better . system- than the present, affirmed at the last Council meeting that if a punt, was built for use in Balmniri alone there...

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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 16. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 20 June 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday. June 16. 1885. , ' J Present,— :The Mayor , (Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A), Aldermen Looke, ,Punob,; iBriggs, Clubb, Cameron, Buchanan,' McDonald, Burns, and Kenniff. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ; CORRESPONDENCE. ' ' ? From the Board qf Technical Education, referring to provisions made for - certain lectures. — Received. . From the ^Ipnjoipal Association, stating that annual session would beheld on 1st September, and asking that any questions the Council would like discussed might be sent' in early, also referring to the neces sity of paying the' subscription of £5 5s. — ' Received,— Bubseriptiop to b.e paid. ' From W. Cox, complaining that tfip state of High-Street resulted in part '.of his property lying idle.— Received, ' arid left toitb tfre Sfaytir. ? ? .? . From R. Pyirian, asking for permission to 'erect' 'balconies- in Goodsirrstreet. — Granted. ' From J. R. Addison, referring to the statu of ' Birchgrove-road, near...

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

Current items. It is our painful duty to record the death (the result of an accident) of a Balmain youth, who had given signs of being a credit to his birth-place and taking a prominent place among the stars of our public school system. We refer to the son of Mr. John Moffufc, builder, who is well known in Balmain. We notice by the Brisbane Observer, of the 8th instant, that on the 30th of May, James Wilkin Moffat, aged J1 years and 6 months, was a passenger by the steam-punt crossing the river, and was standing on the lip waiting to step off ; tlie punt evidently gave a sudden jerk, throwing him down, when the lip of the: punt caught him by the foot and tore flesh and sinews clean off the bone of the leg to the knee. After being ill for two or three days tetanus set in, and he died in frightful agony. The sudden death of this promising boy is a heavy blow to his parent, who had recently gone , to Brisbane to superintend the erection of the new buildings for the Australian Mutual Pr...

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HINTS FOR LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

L HINTS FOR LADIES..'. H : Melon ginger: To 15 lb. melon add 15 lb. sugar;* 4 lemons, 2 oz. whole: g'nger and a pinch of cayenne pepper. Cut the: melon in squares, peel the lemons and cut tip the pulp, put it into a deep dish with the melon and sugar and let .it :stand all-night. - Pound the. ginger and put it into a muslin bag with the cayenne boil all together for ft,™,, o,.,l Tirli on nnnl potting add two wineglassfuls ofsbrandy;; boil the lemons skins in a , little .,water, and when soft enough scrape ont' 'the. white, cut up the rind veiy fine and ,put|it', into the jam bafore taking . off. the fire. ! j Picltle for hams :. Take 6 lb. of com tiiou salt, 1 lb. of coiir*e sugar. 4 oz of saltpetre and two gallons ot : watqr. Boil these ingredients for half an hour and skim , th' liquor well ; let it stand till cold before putting; the pickle into the tub. Place a weight on the meat so as to keep it immersed. Turn the bain every day for a fortnight, and then have, it smoked. This p...

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A LADY DOCTOR ON COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

A LAPY DOCTOR ON COURTSHIP j AND MARRIAGE. .The jbwjjr physician, Mrs. Longshore Potts, lately fin' ji lecturing tour in Eng land from America, delivered her lecture on Loye, Courtship and Marriage, in St. .lames' H#,llj London. The lecture lasled nearly two jifurti, fljjd b.eing de livered in a manner which wjis fib paep : impressive find vivacious, secur.ed un flagging attention to its conclusion. i\U-JUIlllI!lg US vue UUAl'^Db Uiu IU XllllCll can humour and eloquence, p.fid jn shrewd 'suggestions,' both homely and scientific, a .limited report cannot cop vey a f«ir, idea of . its character. She attached great importance lo the seri -u j, arid even scientific eon-iilenjtion of the question, and condemned the pfeva lentjpraotic# of frowning down the sub ject in the home circ'e and in public asseuib ies. She. deliberately estimated -that not more than one-third -of .the total number of marriages iu civilised countries were happy Unions ; and much laughter was evoked by her assertion...

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Poituresque New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

Poituresque New South Wales.; Until we took a trip' up the Hawkesbury, . wo eertaiuly thought .Sydney Habour the. most, beautiful place \vo iiud ever seen'; we are iiot quite' bo sure' about it now. To a fresh nrrival it certainly does- seem a veritable gljuipse 'f Puradise. Picturesque islands dotted here and there; pretty white villas' cosily nestling neath its shel tering cliffs ; little bays aud inlets running miner ana iniuicr iu apparently cnaiess meanderings, with distant glimpses : of b'fty spires and handsome public buildings mellowing in tho distance; an air i of repose and quiet euiitenlnicut over every thing ; snrely these are pleasant sights not easily forgotten. The lla\ykesbury,is not a bit like this. It' might be Swiss scenery shorn of its snowy grandeur ;' or Italian limdscape without ils warmth of coloring: — Yon dark mass' of frowning crags brings back memories of some spectre-haunted castle of the Dracl.cnfeJs ; yonder range of.barren sandstone p'-aks .reminds on...

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THE STORYTELLER MR. DENMORE'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

THE jST ORYTELLEE MR. DENMORE'S PKiEND. ; Punter inwardly determined to follow the ndvice, fnr if Lexliaui were :fool enonpli to go inlo btisiness with Den more he could not be quite so sharp as he appeared lo lie. In duty bnund, Den mnrr pave hi- frinnds several opporliini tii 8 of fleeeinjr ,liim !'ef'V« he 'eft town luit ilio Vrs'ilt nf (be first night's play was nni ina'erinlly nltored, and be start en jor. Vienna at ^xvjuu io iiiogoou. Mr., Lexbam appeared a few days later nnd nnnonnccd bin intenl.i--n of slaying for si'voral ninnilis 1 lie Boneho men nccordinjrly feit tbiit tbe time bad coine for a snjireme effort. Mr. Spooner and Cnpfn.in, Splash were nearly cleaned ont; and.it was resolved Hint Lexham should be the next victim. Not that any plan of action wns 'decided n'pon among those astute individuals ; thev knew each other mnch lob well for1 1 hat. But Mr. Pnn i' tier spent honrs ir. his prettily furnished ?? ?clianihefs in tlie Albany, sitfing in front 'I ' . ;pffa'Jopk...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

Current items. The committee meeting in connection with the Balmain Cottage Hospital, ;called for . last Monday night, had to }-e postponed on account of the in cl&ncney of tbe weather. The adjourned inciting will take place on Monday even ing' next in the Town Hall. The cottage has now been put in thorough 'repair, and left by . the contractor, Mr. Moor uruit, m u mute tutu renects creuu on him, he having taken great pains to give satisfaction. ; The two front rooms have been comfortably furnished, one for a ward and the -other for the matron, while the baflk 1 rooms have been fitted as a surgery and a kitchen. The matron appointed is Miss Elizabeth Gisborne, who has gained some very high testi monials-both for service in England and. the colonies. She received her training and a certificate in the Birmingham and Midland Counties Training Insiitution for Nurses, and she is .described in some exoellent . colonial references we have read as an ' experienced, careful, patient,...

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