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THE CABLE TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

THE CABLE TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOB, Sir,— It appears that a certain company is desirous of constructing, with the permission of the Municipal Council, a tramway through Balmain, such tramway to be worked on the cable system, and to remain in the hands of the company for a specified time, after which it would be handed over to the Borough Coun- cil. Now, if Balmain residents are awake to their requirements, and consequently their     convenience and comfort, they will grasp the   opportunity. The older the suburb becomes, and the more remote its ramification, the greater trouble will be experienced in reach ing the city and the various modes of con veyance to it. The proposed tramway would bear the inhabitants of Western Balmain to the Darling-street Ferry in short time, and for a trifling amount, from which place the city can soon be reached, or it would convey them direct to the metropolis via Leichhardt. The absence of some suitable and rapid c...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 June 1885

Gossiping Corner The last act of a remarkable drama has I been played during the past week. I refer to the return of the Contingent. Four months ago I raised my humlile voice in objection to Mr. Dalley taking the reinB of Government into his own hands and pledg ing the country to a heavy, expenditure for no purpose, and also opening the road to future entanglement. However, while I aid tnat l never ior a moment intenaea to withdraw one iota of praise from the volun teers themselves. Their's was the most praiseworthy aotion ; and further I have no hesitation in believing that if our citizen soldiers had been pitted against a more formidable foe they would have given a good account of themselves. British pluck has not been reduoed by the effects of the southern olime. But one cannot help thinking that even the elements have com bined with Fate in making Mr. DaMey's ' glorious plan ' a miserable failure. Our men have had their trip to Suakimfor little else than a sweating under Egypt's...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

The Bad and Worthless are never imitated or counterfeited. This i£ especially true of a family medicine, and it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family, medicine on earth, many imitations spiting up and began to steal the notices in which the presB and the people of the country, had expressed the merits of H.B., and in every way trying to induce suffering invalids to use this staff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H.B. Many have started nostrums put up _ in similiar style to H. B„ with variously devised names in which the word .' Hop' or ' Hops' were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same'as Hop Bitters. All such pretended re medies or cures, no matter what their style of name is, and especially those with the .word 'Hop' or 'Hops' in their name- or in any way connected with them or...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FUN IN FANCY DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

FUN IN FANCY DRESS. | There was a masked and fancy-dress jball held the other night in Kensington. |At midnight two policemen called, and said the company must separate. ' Not at all,' said the host ; ' this is a private house.' ' Very well, sir,' 6aid one of the policemen, ' here are my orders, and I must take the names of all who are present.' ' Do so,' responded the host. xue jjuiiwu weiib lu fruriv uiiu put/ uowu all the names, making everybody feel supremely uncomfortable. Directly they had done so, one of them walked up to a table and poured himself out a glass of champagne. ' What right have you to drink my wine ?' roared the host. ' I supposed, when I was invited,' respon ded the policeman, ' that refreshments were included ; ' and, amidst a roar of laughter, hie showed his card. Both the men were simply guests. England seems to be taking a leaf out of America's book. Some few years back, yon never found in England that, a poet, a scientific man, a great artist, or an histor...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE POWER OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

, THE POWER OF HOPE. It is impossible, to over-estimate the importanee'of hope as a source of power. The power of hope is the power of vita lity, , Most of us live mainly by the force i'f mental energy. Many are almost ex . c'usively dependent on this force for health. Their bodies are so weakly that, I'utfor the protective influence cf their T* niinds, they would inevitably breakdown y,i i-r get out of order in ordinary working. We do not mean to imply that over carefulness of self or personal health is good. .The . reverse is tlio fact. Many persons actually make themselves ill by ? the pains tbey devote to healthpreser \ vation. When a mind acts remedially t on a morbid state of the. body, it does so \ liy diverting attention away from the bo-' \ dily state, with its sensations, and at the \-aine time giving new tone and vigour \to the organism. After all, the brain, w hioh is the organ of mind, is part of the body, and it is also the central organ of tlie nervous aystem by which...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CLEAN HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

CLEAN HANDS. A valuable stock of gold and silver plate was missing, and no trace conld be fonnd of the thief of thieves. The owner was certain that one or more of his ser vants had had a hand- in the job. He set his wits to work. At midnight he summoned them all before him and said, ' In the adjoining . room I liave; placed on the, sideboard a blsck cock. Yon will enter one at a time and lift the cock; 1 ?hmilfl ativ nf toti hn onilt.v of the thp.ft. I the cock will crow.' When this had been done, he told them to hold their hands above their heads, with the palms towards him. Every hand was black, excepting those of, the butler, whom he immediately arrested. The cock was really a black one ; but . the gentleman had coated its feathers with a black sticky . composition. Those servants who were innocent were not afraid to lift the fowl, ana so got their lianas niacicenea ; tne conscience- stricken thief wa6 afraid — was frightened at the ordeal — and . did r not touch the bird, lest i...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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PRISONS AND PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

PRISONS AND PRISONERS. It may have been noticed by some of our readers that the Liturgy used in Church of England places of worship contains a prayer, or petition, ' for all prisoners and captives.' If there ever was a time when some such petition as that was needed, and was thoroughly appropriate, it was when that remark able man, John Howard, was pursuing his inquiries into the state of prisons and prisoners in England, and also in almost every country on the continent of Enrope. To cnnie nearer home, if there ever was a time when some sncli petition as that was needed, and was thoroughly appropriate, it was when pri soners 'from over the sea' were quartered on the shores of Botany Bay. The unheard of cruelties practised on Botany Bay convicts we shall advert to presently. The re|-ort of Mr. Maclean, Comptroller-General of NewSoutli Wales Prisons for 1884, just uresented to Par i? ? a. ? L- .. e ? it ? i.j.- ? ? I lllinitinu, BUggeSbS Lb IUW UUUUgUbS OQ UT1 important subject. Befo...

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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, JUNE 29th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Leichhardt* BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. Monday, June 29ih. 1885. Present, — His Worship the Mayor (Alder man John Yonng), and A'dermen Moore, Bavison, Hearn, Ncale, Whili p, Evans, Scolt, ?nd Arguimbau. The ininntes of the last meeting were read ?nd confirmed. correspondence. A letter was read from Mr. Thomas Winkle, of OatheVine-stroet, complaining of drainage fiom the Council's yard injuring his propeity. —Referred to the inspector. From A. m. tsergman. . Maimaic-Toaa, com- | plaining of the state of the road at.the back of his premises, there being no kerb or gutter. — Referred t«- the Works Committee. . From Timothy Morony, complaining of a nuisance caused by drainage flowing on to his property in N«lsoh-street, nnd threatening 'legal proceedings if not remedied. — Referred . to the Works Committee. From Mr. George Hughes, complaining of the want of a water course opposite his pro -. Mrty in Albion-street. — Referred to the Works » Committee. ? _ From the Campordown Council, inviti...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Current items Our readers will reaiember that about three weeks back two men employed by a Balmain contractor for the removal of nightsoil were arrested at tho instance of the inspector of nuisances for the Borough of Leichhardt for spilling nightsoil on a public street, and were sentenced by the magistrate at the Central Police Court to a month's imprisonment each without t e . option of a. fine. On Wednesday last Mr. Gallagher was himself sum moned to the Central Police Court as the employer of the men, but in consequence of an objection to the summons raised by his lawyer the case was dsmissed. Ever since the conviction of the men, Kemp and Green, many residents of Balmain have expressed the opinion that they were innocent, and even his Worship tho Mayor publicly expressed suoh an opinion. In confirmation of that view a night oart was cleaned, filled with pure water, and tried before some of tho Aldermen on Tuesday last. Mr. Gallagher opened the door of the cart very slowly, but ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

ANTHONY HORDESB & SONS [During the Present Month, and prior to our half-yearly stock-taking*, on 31st. instant, there will be SWEEPING REDUCTIONS in the prices of all goods, and SEN SATION AL BARGAINS will be within reach of all. DURING THE PRESENT MONTH ONLY. CLAUDE GALE, DRAPER, Etc., D.i KLING-S rjlKKT W EST, B ! MAIN, : - BKGS to thank tho publio fur past favours nnd informs them that HE n AS REMOVED TO NEW PREMI8ES TWO DO0RS FROM IILS OLD SHOP, ?WlVre wiili a'prentl.r inn e stock of DRAl'ERY, MILLINERY, etc., he is sl'll better pre pari -) to stipply the wants of residi«t* at the lowest possible price*. MONSTER DRAPERY SALE! CLEARING OUT SALE Of Winter Drapery, (Jlstors, Jackets, Fiir Capes, Winceys, Calicoes, Sheeting', Cashmeres Umbrellas, Wool Plaid*, Ladies' and Children's Hats, Underclothing, ' Quilts, Blankets, Cretonnes, &c., &c. T. H daPER, IS MAKING SWEEPING DEDUCTIONS ! IN ALL HIS MEN'S CLOTH IN (§? Cardigan Jackets, Youth's Clothing, Boy's Clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

ALEXANDERS SEWING COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., AGENTS, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N. SYDNEY.

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) POLICE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

BALMAIN POLICE COURT. Monday, June 29, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) POLICE CHARGES. George K. Dowdle was charged with being drunk in Darling-street, for whioh offence he was fined 5s, or to be detained until the rising of the Court; also with stealing from the person of Mary Thompson a purse containing £2 5s, a je' brooch and 9 pawn tickets. Pri soner pleaded that he was drunk at the time and knew nothing about the matter, Sen ' tenced to one month. Mary Thompson, drunk in Darling-street, was fined 5s, or detention until rising of the Court. William Kilpatrick, drunk in Darling-street was fined 10s, or 2 days. Ab Dill, a coloured man, was fined 5s, or de tention until tne rising oi me uourc, ior oeing drunk in Stephen-street. - small debts. G. Bliss v. B. Elliott — £1 3s lid, meat sup plied. Verdict for amount claimed, with 5s costs. G. Bliss v. Gilroy— £1 7s 4d, meat supplied. Verdict for amount claimed, with 5s costs, R. T. Colley v. B, Rafter— £3 14s 9d, goods sold. Verdict f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

WANTED to.rent HOUSE or COTTAGE, 5 or 6 rooms, with a view to purchase. A place, with stable preferred. Apply, officc of this paper. WANTED, 4 ROOMED COTTAGE in Balmain. Would give jE20 deposit and 10s 6d per week. ' P.,' BALMAIN OBSERVER Office. PIANO and ORGAN.— A young Lady, competent teacher, desires Additional Papils. Terms Moderate. For address enquire — OBSERVER Office. MBS. LIOYD, Teacher of the Pianoforte. Villette, Darling Road, Balmain. No. 33 Duke of Edinburgh L.O.L THE regular Monthly Meeting _ will be held Oddfellows' Hall, Balmain, Mon day Evening next, 6th instant, at 7,30. Visiting Brethren cordially invited. D. H. EASTON, W.M., J. CLUBB, Secretary. We Hops to Prosper Lodge, No. 177 1.O.G.T. The Fifth Anniversary Tea Meeting & Concert, In connection with the above Lodge will be held in St. Thomas' Schoolroom, BALMAIN WEST, on Thursday next, July 9th 1885. N. Dismorr, Esq., G.W.M. will preside. Songs, Reoitations, eto., by lady and gentlemen amateurs. Tea on ...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.). [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Wednesday, July 1st, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.).... - Mary Shepherd, charged with wilfully damaging 2 pains of glass, value 10s, the property of James Honeyman. Fined 10s. and the amount of damage 7s, or 21 days, j John Shepherd was fined 20s. and 4s. lOd | costs or 4 days for being drunk and disorder i ]y i v John Fenwick, for a similar offence, was I fined 40s. and 4s. lOd. costs, or 7 days. I Willinm TTillcnn. for tteincr nlionpno Inn 1 ullage, was fined 40s. and 4s. lOd. costs or 1 1 month. | Mavgret Nolan was summoned for the I maintenance of her child, now in theBene | volent Asylum. The mother, it seems, 3 had left the child arid was living iu Sydney I' under disreputable oircumstances. Ordered | to pay 5s. a week to tlie secretary of the 3 Institution. . '

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Suburban and General Private Martin Guest, one of the Contin gent who died on Saturday, was buried with military honors on Monday. Dr. A. A. West, of the Glebe, died very sud denly on Sunday afternoon at his private resi dence, Ardenode, Parramatta River. The Salvationists had a half holiday on Wednesday, and did a general parade through the Balmain streets. ' The Balmain tramway meeting on Wednes day, was a. big. success, as regards attendance ana lnaueuuu. . Balmain is going ahead. - We understand that the city bank will Bhortly open a branch here. We hear that Constable Bruce late of Balmain and the Soudan Contingent has, been reinstated in the Police Force. The maoliinery of the Balmain Steam Ferry Company's steamer Telephone broke down yesterday Cmorning at about 8.45 causing a delay of half an hour. . While the Victorian revenue for the year ending June !0th exceeds the Treasurer's es timate by £200,000, that of South Australia is £271,373 below the Treasurer of that colony's ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

DEATH. DROWNED in Sydney Harbour by tho upsetting of a boat, on the 24th June, Christopher Thomas, the eldest and dearly beloved son of Mr. James and Mary Davis of College-street, Balmain. Requiesoat in pace. § almain SATURDAY, JULY 4.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

jjHDREWS BROS,, CMBpOj HOM-, *m lr ? ' ? : j|?i ! OQ I 1 ' M % ? i I W d - It ? f '? H 3 0 S« I I mO « 21 ? 0 Jf? M C-, ^ [04 o * ; h* W.. Pi ^ p 2 £- S : ppq 'O'sl I f */Hv E-o pn OS ^ |! I s^'A: O 02 S ° » 0.E rS ' !- = 1 o 53 ° J - ? ! - fc . I C * 0) -? — . . ? ?*; ? ANDREWS BROS., Clothiers, Balmain West. J. W. Cunningham & Gjo. (Late Balmain. Fuel Company), WOOD & GOAL M RCHANTS, ADOLPHUS STREET, BALMAIN. ? ORDERS left at Henderson's Grocer; J. Uearon'e, Butcher, Darlinc-street ; and E. Kelly's Grocer, Corner of Cameron and Rountree-street*, punctually attended to. PONT and ROSS, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANTS, Foot of REYNOLDS STREET, Balmain. All Orders punctually attended to. THE NATIONAL PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND ASB IHTBSTMENT SOCIETY; Offices : 38 PARK STREET. Contributing Shares can be taken at any time, FEES ONE SHILLING Per Share. PAID UP SHARES £20 EACH; ; U per cent. INTEREST and PROFITS Has been paid for 7 consecutive years. : A Limited Number of Shares are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements and Orders for the Obseiver ARE received by the following News ,. Agents, from whom all the Daily and ? Weekly papers may be obtained : — BALMAIN EAST: O. E.WALKER, Balmain Eastern' News Agency, (Opposite Post Office.) BALMAIN WEST: SAMUEL BARTER, Balmain Western News Agenoy, (Opposite Bellevue House.) . . CENTRAL BALMAIN : £ .. JOSEPH CADOGAN, Central Balinain News Agency, , office at .Spy scoles' ? Watchmaker, ' . ? ''^..V(Next New Bank Building), '? v ' . Darling-street. V-:- MEDICAL. L GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon . (formerly of Goulburn), ' has succeeded » Dr. Jones in tl a practice of bis profession at Balmain, and may be consnlted daily at his residence Llanayron, .Booth and Darvall-strccts, ? - apposite Pigeon Ground (late residence of Dr.' Jones). Honrs,. 9 te 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and6to ? : ? MEDICAL. A LL Persons indebted to the late firm of Dre. JONES and MA CQUB EN are re quested te pay their accounts before May 31st ta Dr; MACQUEEN, ...

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow\ HART BALMAIN. . ? Bt. ViRl'l, Obonb of Bnglaad— Montaf, 11, Bar. M. AnhdtU, M.A, Eveiing, 7, „ „ Br. AwaviTiKB'i, Roman Oaiholio— ? ! Him, 7.80 and 11 a.m., F»ther Carroll Tafen, 7, ?- „ Funimiil C*r»o*, 0»mpbeU atieet— Honing, 11. Ber J. Goth, M.A, BmiisK, 7, „ „ Oaxanatfis ro Omnoa— _ Honinf 11,Bct. A. Q. Try . Evening, 7, „ ?- r Ifmmi Cioic*. Dirline-ntrMt— _ ? Morning, 11. Bar. F. E. Fletcher, M.A. BrmiBg, 7, Ber. B. 0»ldwell TOtT BAIiUAIir. ? TMimB*, Cluroh of Knglsni— ? ? Xoniiig, 11, Ber. B. 8. Willis, M.A. Braing, 7, „ „ : 8t. JtBlv'*, Charon or England (Birchgravs road) — Horning, 11, B«r. E. J. StardM Vvenaong 7.30, ,, ,, Wt. Jmn'i. Roman Catholic— Maai, $ and 10, Father T. O BeQIy . Teepen, 7, ,, ,. ?t. Titl'b, Preebyteriaa— Horning, 11, Ber. Geo. Grimm, M.A. Evening, 7, „ „ . ?abject: 'The World's Great Aamie and the final separation of the JuBt from the Wicked.' WaiLSTAM Ohtooh (Montague street.!— Morning, 11. Mr. T. B. Beere Kratng, 7, Be...

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Correspondence. THE BOROUGH COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Correspondence. THE BOROUGH COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. Sib, — I [have been .an unsuccessful .appli cant for permission' 'to ereot a 3ft. balcony over a footpath.'seven feet wide, in Paul-street, which haB a width of thirty feet, on the plea of the narrowness of the street. The ' impartial' justice dispensed on this occasion by a majority of the Balmain Council is so unique that it ought to be known by tbe ratepayers. If any reasonable man will say that the publio health is likely to suffer by granting my request, then I admit tbey are right in refusing it, bnt an awning and balcony covering the whole footpath are quite permissible and I now pur pose erecting them. Query. Which is the greater obstruction, the 3ft. balcony refused, or the 7ft. awning and balcony which may be erected 1 But where the ?' justice' comes in is that at the same sitting of Council a similar application of a more fortunate ratepayer was, I believe, unanimously granted, the street however being a few feet wider. ...

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