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

FOOTBALL. Balmain v. University. — The first teams of these two clubs met last Saturday in Moore Park and a warm game ensued. Having ehoiee of ends Balmain gained the assistance of the wind and with that aid kept the ball in the ' Varsity's ' territory for the first half, but through. ill-luck failed to score, After half time the University's seemed to Tally up and some, good runs were made followed by two touch-downs, whinh ranked in coal. Balmain was utterly vanquished by .10 points to nil. The second fifteen of the Balmain and University Clubs also met on Saturday last. A good contest was the result, in which several, members' of the local team did yeoman work, especially Bathgate, Cameron and Larkhill. Lee and Lloyd were most successful for the universities. The game resulted in a victory for Balmain by 6 points to 2.

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

Loiterers Beware. In our Newtown police report for Tuesday, June 30th, it will be seen that Mr. Robert Hannan, Inspector of Nuisances for Newtown, summoned before Mr. T. K. Abbott, S.M., a batch of young men found loitering on tho footways of the Borough. It will be noticed that one young man, Alfred Eglein, (young in years, but nn old offender), had to pay £3, or to go to prison for two months. The money was paid about an hour after the fine was im TirtBpd. TV-nr nihfiPB. Timnt.Viv \T n rl rl nn Trair ton Hoad, George Kellow, and George Notless had to pay 10s, with 5s costs, or to be impri soned for seven days. Mr. Hannan is ' warm ing up ' loitering offenders, and it is evident he is watching them rather keenly. By pass ing a by-law to prevent loitering, Newtown has get an example which some other bor oughs would do well to copy. Loitering young men and women, at night, on the footways of King and other streets, had become an intoler able evil. If requested to ' move on ' they wou...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Honours, and Honours Declined. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Honours, and Honours Declined. The retirement of Mr. Gladstone from office, far a time, has been the signal for the offers of honours to prominent men who have distin guished themselves as his supporters, or in other ways. It is remarkable, however, that in some of these eases the honours have been declined. Viscount Sberhrooke (better known as the Right Hon. R. Lowe) has had the Giand nrnoa nf tho fir/far of tlio PnfVi /.^ him, as we announced last week. Viscount Sherbrooke, when simply Mr. Lowe, was well known here, being a member of the Legislative Council, and practising as a leading barrister in the Supreme Court, Sydney. One of our Sydney newspapers was, in one respect, just a little.too premature the other day. It stated that the two eminent artists and painters; Mr. J- E. Millais, and Mr. G. F. Watts, both of the Royal Academy, London, had i ten created baronets, whereas Mr. Watts, R.A., has declin ed the honour. No doubt, Mr. Millais, whose piuuuiua uic cveijr wuere vuiueu ...

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

Sporting j Soorctnrics of rowing, biojtlo, bowling, footlmll, mid erioket dobs are requested to send in reports of inuteliea for pablioation in tniaoolamn not later than Wednesday. A new idea in bowling was carried out on Saturday last on tlie Redmyre Green, in the shape of a match between teams ohosen from Eastern and Western Clubs. The former won by two points after a very oxoiting game. Among the Eastern Team were Messrs. Allt, Young, Cohen, Hughes, Aokhurst, and Oruiokshank, members of the Balmain Club. Clifford fell down stairs at his residence, Gladesville, and so injured his spine that it is expeoted he will not be able to row for some time to come. He has gone to his home at Illuwarra.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Trees did it. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

The TreeB did it. In front of Blair Athol House, Erskinville road, Macdonnldtown, near Trinity Churoh, in Toogood-street, recently erected, there are tw» majestic fig trees, whose roots, spreading out under- the ground have, at last, proved themselves to be very mischievous intruders. The other day, one of the men employed by the Macdonaldtown corporation found some thinf» wronc at ths 'RrHkinvillt'.rnnd pnd of Toogood-street and, on unearthing the clay pipes there, discovered that the roots from the ng trees had grown all through the pipes and choked them completely. By what peouliar species of attraction is it that spreading roots from trees find their way down the centre of drain pipes rather than along the outsides ? By the way, speaking of Toogood-street, a somewhat dangerous open orotsing has dis appeared and there is now a level crossing, whieh attendants at Trinity Church will, no doubt, appreciate. Hume the historian has left on record liis opinion that tho disposition to l...

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

Balmain Cottage Hospital. A meeting of the Balmain Cottage I Hospital was held at the Town Hall on Monday^ last. The Mayor (Mr. Garrard, fli.Jj A.,) occupied the chair, and there were also present— Mr. W. A. Hutohin Bon' JJ.L.A., Aldermen Briggs, Burns, and Macdona'd, Capt. Trouton and Messrs. Robinson, Breakwell, G. Mitchell, J. M Loughlin, G. F. Poole Hon. Sec., J. Tomkins, Hon. Treas. and Drs. Evarn senr., and Carrntli«rc The minutes oi the last meeting wore read and confirmed. The Secretary then read a statement of account shewing that an amount of £29 5s. nHiJt? reEfB- ,HordGm Brothers for articles supplied ; that the cost of the ' election and painting &c, of the sign-board amounted to £8 13s., and that sundry al carno tnSf 1D9 r ].'V011K outs3de tLe contract nut to tkl ?, These accounts were went? g and l,a8Sed pay wn^W'k? Executive Committee Uiat thn i T Committee reported ready with (ho ^ tte wet waB now iectio'J. , ? e«eptirn of the gas con boueht (l.n n i fuMlitu«...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, JULY 3,1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Friday, July 3, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) Joseph Smith, 12$ years of age, was charged by warrant with wandering about without lawful means of support. The boy's father appeared and stated that his son had promised amendment. His Wor ship, under the circumstances, allowed the case to be withdrawn. John Dwyer was charged with having inctlffioiortf manna l\f ctiTvrkivt.f rPV»*v nnon was remanded until Monday, for enquiries to be made. 0. Baker and Edward Oxley wore sum moned by Mr. J. M'Kewn, for digging up Crown Lands in the Borough of Balmain. Fined 20s each, and 5s Gd costs or 7 days. Peter M'Keown was summoned by Rose AVieks for unlawful detention of a cart. It appears that plaintiff s?nt the cart to de fendant to be repaired and he declined to part with it until it was paid ior. An order was made for the oart to be delivered to plaintiff before noon on Saturday. C. F. Newcombe was' summoned by James Coleman, for attempting to. evade rent by clandestinely removing his goods....

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

Balmain Tramway Meeting. In consequence of a requisition made t° the Mayor by several residents of Balmaini a public meeting was called at 8 p.m. on Wednesday last at the Town Hall, Balmain, to consider the proposal of the Tramway Con struction Company, to construct a tram along Darling-street. The Mayor (Mr. Garrard, M.L.A.), presided, and was supported by Alderman S. D. Davison (Leichhardt), Aldermen Cameron, Briggs, Buchanan, Mac donald, Burns, Punch, Hancock, Kennifi, J. C. Milne, nnd there was in addition i verv large attendance tf influential gentlemen. The Mayor, in his opening remarks, stated that he was thoroughly in favor of the pro posed tramway, always provided that the rights and interests of the ratepayers were pro tected. He read the letters that had been sent by the company to the council, and then called on Mr. Angelo Smith to piopose the first reso lution, Mr, Smith said that though not a very old resident of Balmain he had the welfare of the borough entirely at he...

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Lecture on "Nineveh." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

Lecture on ' Nineveh.' On Tuesday evening, the Rev. Georga Grimm, M. A ., lectured on 'Ancient Nineveh.' in St. Paul's Presbyterian Churoh, West Bal main. The ohair was taken by Alderman Cameron. The lecturer, who was listened to with a great amonnt of interest, commenced his lecture from the earliest annals of Bible history. Nineveh, as they all knew, was stated in Holy Writ'tolhave been built by Nim rod, the guardian of Noah. Little more was told them about it ; in fnct, they really had no definite information on the subject until the time of Jonah. There was good reason for supposing that at that period the population of Nineveh exceeded COO, 000, and it must have covered an immense area of ground, for we are told, that it was a three days' journey round the walls of the city. Jonah preached the downfall of Nineveh within forty days unless the . city repented, which it thought proper to do; but, relapsing again into its evil courses, its doom was predicted by the prophet Nahum, a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 July 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday. June 30. 1885. I Present, — The Mayor (Mr.: J. Garrard, M.L.A.), Aldermen Hancock, Looke, Punch, Brigfrs, Clubb, Burns, Buchanan, and Mac donald. / The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. . From John Orighton, complaining that his fence had been left in a very unsafe state by the contractors who made Spring-street, and also tint he had been deprived of an approach to ins property, xne writer ouerea to oear » port'on of any cost of making necessary altera tions. On the motion of Alderman CLUBB and BURNS the letter was left with the Mavor. From James R. Fairfax, referring to meet, ing called to consider the advisability of fram ing new Public Health Bill and appoint a depu tation to wait on the. Government. — Received. Tho MAYOR stated that he had attended the meeting, which was very successful. From J. Watson and Co , replying to com munication from Council re increase of rent for the ferry wharls, and stating tha...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Suburban and General A!terrible accident occurred on the S.S. Wo noona, jast outside Botany Bay, at about 6 a.m. on Sunday morning. Several of the hands were working below, when' suddenly one of the sludge-hole doors between decks blew out and an immense rush of boiling water and steam poured through an alley-way into the main engine-room. A trimmer named : Robert Bell happened to be passing at tbe time and lis rushed for safety to a corner of the engine room from which he was unable to get out. The unfortunate man was literally boilea alive, his agonised yells and shrieks for 'help; - which it was impossible to afford liim, lasting for fully three-quarters of an hour. As soon as it was possible to effect an entrance to the engine room the body was discovered on tho ground absolutely cooked. It was removed' to the Mo^ue at the Circular Quay. - V Within the last few days: there have been: 9000 cases of cholera in Spain, no less than 4000 of which have proved fatal. Three hundred tons...

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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

/!' Gossiping Co ner/ 'I've had a spell from writing, but! not: from noting things which have been bo ourring around me. Since my last letter I've had ; the opportunity /of seeing, an! M.L.A. and full blown Mayor down on his stomaoh in the middle of the road. Ah, my readers will say it's not an uncommon f.liitiff fft oaa ft. mnmViAi4 nf Pnvliflmnnf. fiirTif.. No; out it -is tmcommon to eoe a Mayor exhibit suoh an- interest in the affairs of his borough as to go, to.^wprk on .a rainy dajr and help the oorp'oration laborers clear . fegterconrfieB so. that the Council shall not ; be mulct in another penalty of £90, damages for flooding houses. Mr. Gar rard did' it; and I feel somewhat proucl' that my statements about' his choice as Mayor have come true. It is, no doubt, a fact Oood Templars like water, but I can not believe they do so to the extent of get-y ting nearly drowned on a day proclaimed' as a patriotic holiday. Ratepayers of Bal main ought to be pleased with their pre sent Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

TO let: ^ 'A SHOP, without Dwelling, in one of the best positions in Darling-street. For Particu lars, apply to G. F. POOLE, Agent, Darling-Street. WANTED, BOARD and RESIDENCE, single front bedroom, private family ; no other boarders kept ; convenient to Darling street ferry, Balmain ; state particulars, ' T. W. CANT, this Office. . TO LET, a SHOP and DWELLING, in ? Beattie-streef, below Dick's Hotel. Apply next door; : v WESLEYAN CHURCH, Darling Street, Balmain. ANNIVERSARY- SERVICES TO-MORROW ( SUNDAYO/JULY 12, when . SERMONS. WIIiL be preached, in the Morning and Evening by the Revs. Geo. BROWN and JOHN GARDINER, and an address given to parents and scholars at. 3 p.m„- by the Rev. G. BROWN. ' ?? ' ' ' - On the following WEDNESDAY, (15tli inst., TEA and PUBLIC MEETINGS will be held in the Oddfellow's Hall and Church rer spectively. Addresses will be delivered ait the latter by Ministers and other gentlemen. : Mr. J. Garrard, H.L.A. will preside. ' Tea oh the tables at G.30. Ticket...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Cable Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Cable Tramways. Public interest in Balmain naturally centres just now iu cable tramways, and all matters connected with them. With a view of diffusing a little general informa tion on the subjeot we propose to give an outline of the working of cable- trams in America, where the system was originally projected and ultimately brought to its present state of perfection. From a pamphlet published by the National Cable Tramway Company we gather the following details The cable system of street railroad, the invention of Mr. Hallidie, was first put into use by the Clay-street Hill Railroad Company, in the city of San Francisco, California, in 1873 ; since which time it has been constantly running, and has been found to an swer all requirements, and to exoeed the expectation of engineers and others who had examined the plans of the inventor. It is adanted to nil Icinda nf railroading, where the surface of the streets has to be kept, free Jfcrom obstruction and ope* to ordinary traffic ; whe...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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OUR BALMAIN STEAM FERRY. Balmain TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

OUR BALMAIN STEAM FERRY. Balmain TO THE EDITOB. Sir,— As the. columns-- of- your valuable journal are at all times open for the ventila tion of ' Balmaniac grievances, perhaps a short digest of how our Balmain Steam Ferry Company look to the comfort of the travelling public of this large, populous, and wealthy suburb may cause our inhabitants to awake from their long lethargy and by adopt, ng a remedy so i-asy and practicable, bring about a change, for the better, which hns so loni; be en ocsirea. ine grievuuci: m, iw in adequate accommodation, provided for the public on the ferry boats between Bald Rock and Sydney, and the utter disregard of the comfort of ' those whose occupations compel them to vitit Sydney once or oftener each day, together with an absence of common polite ness on the part of the employees of the Com pany. Whether this is attributable to ignor ance or arises from the long uninterrupted monoply enjoyed by this Company, I will not venture to say. It is, however, a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. CABLE TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Correspondence^ - CABLE ^TRAMWAY. ' . . V ti-i THE EDITOR. SiB.-Tberc needs no apology, for seeking. J aa a local journal to discuss the merits, of so importan^an undertaking as the Con-, i o Pable Tramway for oar borongh. The public meeting called together last Wed ncX, was most enthusiastic; the idea of being placed in a poratioi: of j«rtial. indepen-. dence of steam ferry monopolists ; of crowded, shakev, and ill-appointed waggonettes ; the increMe in the value.of property.and rates, consequent means of improvement to ; then and there cairaiy iuuo wv.v-, — S are man v points worthy of much considera-, i'i tion. The tempting bait thrown out . of % £70 000 to be spent among the working i classes in the locality ; the prom.se oi-culated nreviouB to tbe meeting that two 'One- nenny' sections were to take you from end to 1 end of the journey ; the ease, comfort, and I excellence of the : travelling the absence ef smoke, noise, shaking, everything disagreeable ; all these desirabilitie...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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SUNDAY DRINK TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

SUNDAY 1 'RINK TRADE. In one of our S.. Inoy c -nt--ui -orarics there ap|'eiir«il Im a cmy ilionglit li-tier, Bigneil ' WMiuin Wvbsti-r, War ren Estate, Murnekvillo,' entitii'd ' Sunday Trailing.',' Wmit of space prevented our noticing the letter in our last issue Wo purpose now to review Forncof the etatnncii's cmitaiMed ' in ii u.iid to make a few coiiinieiits tliorcon. Ill the first [iliici1, the writer of tho let ter, looking at tbe list of diuiikun vases for 12 months during which publie Iiouscb were closed oil Si.nday, and taking into consideration a paragraph which appeared in . the Herald, and evi dently written by on-s of the stuff on that journal, say a the Licensing Act, so f«r as it was intended to prevent pub licans selling beer and spirits Vi'n Sundays lias utterly failed. The writer of the letter goes on to say that the Act has not rid our thor-'Ughfaies ol .nieh under the influence of drink on Sundays; it has not, in the majority of cases, succeeded in making publica...

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Large Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Large Fire. Fortunately it is not often {that presidents of Balmain hear the clanging of the fire hell, but on Tuesday night last it spoke its peals of alarm in earnest, and guided by the glare in the sky, orowds of people flocked to the scene of the conflagration, Gower-street, just near the new Public School, Birchgrove-road. The Balmain Fire Brigade was quickly on the spot, especially the members from the head ?fofinn an/3 Kt» mnane nP anmn tfArt fnnf aI , hose they conducted the water from the main in Birchgrove-road on to the fire, but the building being of wood, and a large one, the flames soon got such a bold as to be uncon trollable by man's efforts, consequently the structure .was levelled to the ground. The Balmain firemen worked hard, and were assisted by the Metropolitan, No. 4 Brigade, and the Glebe Brigade. Their efforts had, however, to be directed to tbe adjoining build ings, and they prevented the fire spreading. A body of sailors landed from tbe German Man-of-War, ...

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THE STORYTELLER. THE DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

THE STORYTELLER. THE DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION. ' You ongbl tp'get mat!rimliv|Layt6n, »nd tbc eoqper the better. A yopns wear wfro a ,baelielbr ;is almost,, as nwkwardiy placed ue s young doct r. Marriage, sir, uiarriagp; tliafi? your |i'aih'*ij * /?'?'?'-?I '?' ?' ' Vorjr1, grind adtic(»,' doctor; Mniye no tloubf.'. nnswered Jiih'ri Layton, v'car'of. ?'if nVJ^.'l' ' I.i fcnt then ynu , know ; tbe old Pftving ' Msirry in haste, -r»p«nt at-leisnre/ ' '? Tlien dfii't faaVrj 'in haste, ' re'urned il'.f doctor ; beating' his' bo«»t with' liis, ri- iiignwliip tis li'fdat sidewise upon liis' rob. '? Take yiiur time oVcr it. ' P-in my word, that wquian would drive me niiiil. Wlialt made you come here iio lodge?'-';;- ' They told mti tliat Mrs. Dredge was tilth a clenn v?oman,' said the yonng vi^fr, looking back into 'the garden i r«itll*r dolefully, aw he stood jast outside' ' ] tlu' j^nte, talkiiig to thb doctor, iwhd'was. I |?«'-Jng'.hft'rpuhil.' ' , . Ah(l^eria,inly , the prospect was not S ...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Current items The body of Christopher Davies, who I was drowned while returning to Balmain from his work at- the Port Jackson Steamship Company's premises in Neu tral B iy, some days ago, was recovered on Sunday, last, .just off Miller's point, j It was a goid deal decomposed and had j been sadly mutilated by fish. j ! It Will be seen by reference to our advertising columns that the Anniver sary in connection with the Wesleyan Church, Darling street, will be held to morrow. On Wednesday next the tea meeting will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, and a pubic meeting in the church. I At last Council meeting, Alderman Looke secured the' passing of a work that alth ugh not a pressing necessity, will result in great convenience to resi dents in its neighbourhood. We refer to the forming of a footpath near the junction of Curtis road and Darling street. If that woriliyj Alder.i an, and eitln-r of the other representatives of the war--, were to walk down the footpath on the north-east side ...

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