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Church Services for To-Morrow. EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Church Tomorrow- VW2A ''Jibt.BAEKAIK. I K- Bt. Maitt'a. Chnrefc of'teagland— Moraing, Hi ler. M. Arohdall, M.A, *»«ninf,7, M. Aravmm'*. Honui 0»thoIie— . . . 1 . Km, 7.W and 11 ?.«!., Fathar J. Carroll ' Vaapen, 7, „ „/ ? Fumniiit Car»c«, Campbell atnet— I . Morning, 11, Iter. Thoa, ItMle' ;?! Bracing, 7, „ „ J CexaBlUTlOirit, Oatnoa— (? . ' Morntaf, 11, MinitMr from Sjdnay i ' Xr^lai, 7( ' „ I . Wnuru Cjiuic*— . } ' Moriitol, 11, Bar. W. Hill f . «+«ninf, 7. K«t. B. Caldwell

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

PO.ULTRY, POULTRY. J. ONWARD, Ookoendm House, Dab Mnq-btrb'et, is prepared ' to. supply the above to Residents of Balmnin at Sydney prices, 5 Fresh supplies three times a week. I MRS- T. BISSETT, H (FBOM LOUDON) Draper and fashionable milliner, Beattib Street, 'Balmain. The. i§ Ladies of Balmaln are invited to inspect her st choice 'assortment ot Millinery. Hats and Bonnets in the Newest Stlyc. A lovely bb eortment o£ Flowers, Feathers and Gloves. I WM. PARKER, | CHEMIST iND DRUGGIST, | BALMAIN EAJ8T, ^ - BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT ft'. DARLING ROAD, near the WARWICK $1 CASTLE HOTEL. m- Mr PARKER'S Establishments nro sup SB 111 plied with regular shipments of the m PUREST and BEST DRUGfl ana CHEMI g-?| CALS fron the leading London Houses. I A. MOORE, If ? 13 A. K E Tl, ETC'.. ;|| EVANS-STREET, 8' ' BALMAIN. |r E. Cambridge, ' J§ FAMILY ' GROCER, ! V'' m D ABM NO : AND : ADOLPH C B BTBEETS, |'J| East Balmain. f W H Cavill, i FAMILY GROCER, 1| DARLING STREET, BALMAIN. H [ Families waited on...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Edward H. Buchanan, V ARCHITECT * BUILDING SURVEYOR 359,' GEORGE STREET, '''?SYDNEY.' ..... *?;* PRIVATE Addbesb.— SNAIL'S BAY. * -BALMAIN. J. Garrard, ?ou«e,I»»nd, Iiuur&noe & General Agent. ' 49, SYDNEY ARCADE, GEORGE. AND KING STREETS. ? — ? ; ? — ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? I Dr. Owen F. S, Evan*/ Eveleigh, DARLING ROAD. The Balmain ' Observer.' . Published Every Saturday. T^Best Advertising Medium for . -the Western Suburbs. . ; PbICE .ONE PENNY. GASUAL Advertisements, ' 8s - per Inch. Special Scale for Quarterly and Large . Advertisements. Agents : : Messrs. ; Cadogan, Darling-street West '; Walker, Darling-street ' East ; Richmond, Brans-street. ' - Subscription, Is. per quarter, in advance ? Office : Darling-street (Opposite Unity - **»)? - - ' To Advertisers. ADVERTISERS will oblige. by forwarding . .. typir favours as eerly as passible, but not later ? than midday oir PRI DAY. Notices of with drawal, or alterations should reach the office net la...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

^ WBBT BALMAIN, ; - 8*i'T*MM8',Chnwh of England— ' ...» . ... Uorniac, 11, IUt. B. D. ltadfiriak Braninc, 7, ?? „ „ / 0T. Jonr'a, Churcn or England (Birchnova road)— Morning, 11, Bar. Mr. Klng -? ? Vrenlng, 7, ,, . „ St. JMira'Bi Roman Catholic— . . Maau.iaod 10, Father T.O'Bailly ?i' ... Vaapera, 7, ? ,y ' ft. Pict'a. PreabytCTian— Mormng,ll, Bar. Geo. Orimm, V.A. ' *rening, 7; „ „ . Wa«UMN C»oac« (Montague atraat)— Morning, 11, B«t. R. Caldwell -. .Evening, 7, Mr. T. Feathera WlSUrrA* C*Uac* (Callen Part)— ? ' Morning, 11; Mr. P. P. Fletcher Krenlng, 7, Bar. V. Hill Burnt Cboboh (Mollena atreat)— ?.Homing, 11, Ber. J.J. Olassop ~ 1 - Brening, 7, ' „ PatMlTIVa UlTBOBISt Chcbok— Morning, ll.CampMMling j ETen!ng,7,FoWio Love-Feast : Hinistara orchrirch afficera are especially requaited - I* aani any correoliona for the shore list on Thursday j n each waak, to enaura Inatrtloa without charge.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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"Boosey Larrikins." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

'Boosey Larrikins.' Running on all fours with our recent remarks as to the prevalence of obscene language there are complaints as to those vile things, 'boosey larrikins' on Saturday nights. There are fiendish behaviour, in; suiting remarks to ladies in the stalls, foul language, cat-yells, and a running fire of filthy and indecent words. In the first place mana gers of theatres should give orders not .to admit ' boosey larrikins.' Obviously that is the first step to be taken in the interests cf them selves. and their patrons, A couple of blue coated officials from the nearest police station placed in the pit, one on each side, would be a. good second step. The same remarks apply to concerts. We remember that once in the Town Hall at the Glebe, a good and sprightly entertainment could hardly proceed on account of the disorderly conduct of a lot of young lar rikins in the back scats. The presence of only one policeman would have calmed the storm.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. Monday, August 25th, 1884. Present : Aldermen Taylor, Arguimbau, Davison, Scott, He'arn, Whiting, Madge, and Evans ; and the clerk (Mr. Beanm) In the absence of the Mayor (Mr/JJCouag), who was in Melbourne, AldermatrTaylor was voted to the chair. no interruptions allowed. Before the business of the meeting was begun, the Chairman bad read the olauses of the Municipalities Act as to the rights of the Council to exclude strangers, and said that if the proceedings were interrupted, he would immediately enforce his powers. He believed the Mayor on the last occasion gave way out of pure good nature. MINUTES, The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. correspondence From Dr. M'Swiney, asking for paynent of an account of a guinea. — The Clerk said he had merely written to Dr. M'Swiney to ask if the poundkeeper's wife wore too ill to be re moved.— Alderman Scott moved that the letter be not received. — Alderman Evans : I second. Let Dr. M'S...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Electric Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Electric Flashes. The Catholics of South Australia are pre paring to receivc the new Archbishop of Syd ney. He is expeoted in Adelaide on the 2nd of next month. The- Government 'are going to borrow £5,000,000 in London shortly. The Frenchmen and Chinamen are going to cross swords. War has been declared. The French Admiral with nine war ships shelled the arsenal nnd shipping at Fooohow, and the military barracks at Quantao. ' 5 The Time* correspondent says the sight was a sickening massacrc of Chinese.. The fleet continued fir ing long after signals. of surrender had been given. The French lost six killed. Five thousand British are ordered to march into the Soudan and rescue General Gordon . The Australian Eleven v. Cambridge cricket match resulted in a win for the former. . Cavanagh and his brother informers, con nected with the Phoenix Park murders, are said to be living at Banda, in India. A fire at Bathurst on Tuesday morning destroyed £18,000 worth of property belong ing to Mess...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Friday, August 29. (Before Mr, L. Yates, S.M.) Harriet Lee proceeded against her husband, Charles, for wife discrtion, and be was ordered to pay her 10s a week. Elizabeth Watt-brought, a similar charge against her spouse, but an amicable settlement was. arrived at without troubling the magistrate to give his decision. 'Fred. Sanderson and J. Farrell on charges of drunkenness were fined 10s and 5s. respectively Two cases of rssault, Holt v. Bpooner and Shaw v. Dwyer, were postponed for a week.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Deputation. A deputation from the Ryde Borough Coun cil waited upon Mr. G-. R, Dibbs, acting Minis ter of Works, a few days ago, to request assis tance from the Government for the mainten ance of certain roads which they alleged had been considerably cnt up by the drays carry ing material for the Homebush-Hav/kesbury railway. They also asked that the road from Sydney via West Balmain and the bridges to Parramatta should be scheduled a main road , They stated that the revenue of the borough was only £900 per annum and they could not afford to keep so many roads in repair. Mr. Dibbs refused to recognise tne claims of the .Council for assistance on tho plea that the roads had been extensively used by traffic for the railway. He argued tliat if ho did so the country would be put. to a great, expense for other places would want the same treatment, and besides it must be allowed that the con struction of a railway caused a great deal of money to be spent in the place. He con sidered that ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Ryde. EYDE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Ryde. KYDE BOROUGH COUNCIL. The fortnightly meeting of the above was held on the 22nd instant, when all the Alder men were in attendance, in answer to a special call. The principal business under consideration was the proposition to resoind the motion passed on September 7, 1883, asking for the driftway on the Lane Cova Road to be pro claimed a reserve. * Alderman Small, in moving the resolution, gave reasons for this call of the Council. Ald erman Best considered that it was a most im portant public matter and seconded the mo tion, Every alderman spoke, and an acrimo nious debate ensued. The Mayor remarked that although he was in favour of the dedica tion he .believed there was one objection in the petition to the Government — that deeds of property specified the road to be the boun dary, He promised to use his influence against one foot being sold. Alderman Forsyte said that other aldermen besides those of Ryde had noticed in the Press what concerned them, and he advised that not ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Gossiping Corner: -n Jhere- is 'othing succeeds like . success.- - If Ibis axiom appears to, have once again ; ? k been verified in respect to the Hanldri- f| Beach sou' ling contest. In fact the great . I °f praise placed upon the shoulders m of ivlr. Wm. Beach, both in Sydney and at jl the Balmain banquet, is enough to make ' ? 1 ' ^ him take up Julius Coesar's words andr @ exclaim — 'I came, I sow. I connuered.' ., m However, I am pleased to be of opinion / that the Illawarra oarsman is not so thin' skinned as to be gulled by all the eulogistic -' sentences that' have been uttered about him. Of course, all this glorifying can be put down to the faot that— , ;» ?'?A; nameless fondness for our native clime Triumphs o'er change and all-devouring time j Our next regards our friends and' kindred claim, . v i And every bosom feels the sympathetic flame.' ' Beach is fortunately a member of our Local Rowing Club, and a right good advertise- . i: ment lie lias, secured for it. , It .isino...

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BALMAIN. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

- BALMAIN. * BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING I . TuesI)Ay,' August !{6th-1$'84; J h 4' Presenti— His ' Worship the ? -Mayor (Alderman J. Cameron), and Aldermen Garrard, M.L.A., Mafcdpnald, Bu'ohanon, Mi'ne, Frooki, Punch, ; Clubb, Hancock, Kenniff, Burns, md Looke ; and the Clerk (Mr. Macintosh). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From G, W. Green, oaring attention to an intolerable stench from a drain recently? made by the municipality at the obrrier :of Wharf-road, and stat'ig that if the counc' did not attend to the matter he would get advice f-om liis solicitor.— Some discussion took place on the subject of this letter, and, the MAYOR pointed out that the stenoh' proceeded from an» underground! dravi.— On the motion of Alderman BURNS the letter was referred to the Works Com mittee. ' From Mrs. J. Peebles, drawing attention to tho state of the dra'i in Edwards-street. It was not kerbed,. and was not re{,iilarly oleaned.— Left with the Mayor. ? Fr...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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SINGULAR TRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

SINGULAR TRANCE. A singular trance has been reported from Leeds. Emma Whittaker, 16 years oid, had for a long time been suf fering from consumption, and she ap parently breathed her last early one afternoon last months The body was accordingly washed and laid out in the usual manner. An undertaker was callcd in and took the measurement for the coffin, and ? other preparations for the funeral were made in due course. Late at night the mother ana a neigh bor were sitting in the kitchen, when they were startled by hearing a noise up stairs, and followed by a cry of 'Mother !' Much startled they went to ascertain what it all meant, when they found the poor girl, still wrapped in her grave-clothes, standing on top of the stairs, complaining that she was very cold. She was put to bed and medical aid summoned; ' She soon became quite rational, though of \c0n5sei php;;3ias not been told how far the arrangements had progressed towards her burial* lhis singular case of tranco is exciting a go...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Wednesday, Au»ust,27. (Before Mr. L, Yates, S.M.) John Ciirrie and Jeanette Watt were chargcd with offending against decency, by exposing their persons. Mr. Leslie appeared for the defence. This case was a revolting one, even worse than that of Anderson's, made so much of by the Evening News. From the evidence it appeared that the male prisoner and three young girls, between 17 and 18 yearB old, and of the worst of the larrikiness type, were on a vacant and elevated piece of land off Victoria-street and near the Hit or Miss Hote], abOut two o'clock' in tho afternoon when the onscene conduct took piacc. a. umm was the first to notice the prisoners, and called the attention of a woman to them. The woman threw a Btone rjainst the fence they were near, thinking to disturb them ; and immediately afterwards the female prisoner got up and chased her with stones. Information was then given to the police. For the defence three men, named Thomas Carroll, James Brown, and Albert Lordger, toget...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Ladies' Column. FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

The ladies' Column-^ * FASHION NOTES. The big bonnet is banished. : Ottoman silk&aro moribund. Indian Silks will be much worn. Bracelets are worn, over the gloves. Spring bonnets will be of medium size. '' . . The stockings of childrsi'i iioiv match tho dress. Taffeta glace is the incoming Lyons novelty in silks. Gray brown is a popular sliaae in tne now spring velvets. The capote of medium size is the bon net of the near future. Boys wear the Russian blouse until they are 6 or 8 years of age. A tiny bird hovering over a rose is one of the prettiest of the new printed percale designs. ' ; Parisians are combining English crape with pntin for effective dinner and reception toilets.' For the overcoats and drosses of little girls and boys taking their first steps, ribbed velvet is quite popular. | A little pelerine cape, just covering the shoulders, is pretty and fashionable with tho toilets of children. A little ga'liered capote of two shades of blue, pink, or yellow is tho pro...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 25. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

BALMAIN POLICE COTJKT. Monday, August 25. ('Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) James. vBrady, for being intoxicated, wa» fined 10s.!- , . _ Alice Whittle, for drunkenness, in Batty street, was ordered to pay 5s. John Johnson, for drunkenness was fined 10s.i and John Glennon for a similar offence was mulct in a like penalty . - Francis Moore and Thomas Daley, -wo of the bovs who were brought up at the last court for stealing pigeons, were again ctmrgea with purloining 14 pigeons, the property of Robert Kennedy, but the owner refused to prosecute on account of the ages of the boys, 14 and 12 years,- and they were discharged. _ Henry Carr, on romand, was ohar ged with , assaulting'a Chinaman named All Moy The celcBtial gave- evidence to the effect that the prisoner attacked him without provocation at the Abattoirs, Glebe Island, stabbing him m the face with a 'knife and- striding him with the tail of a bullock Witnesses for the defence swore that tho:.:.prisoner was no® at the abat toir at'tbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

HQMESF0RTHEPEOPE^ i RESIDENCE CLOJ^ jrdUR BUSINESS. ; , jii ' ^.'Hwiig the manifold opportunities of acquiring land on EASY TERMS' hitherto! j ' presented to the public, none have approached tho system of HANCOCK & CROSS for simplicity and liberality of terms. ' ; \ r- v / r'v fvi Grand Freehold Allotments; . ? ' ?? ?' ?- ,-'r ? -? ? ir * J'£ in the choicest parts of Balmain and Leichhardt, may now. be selected by payment , of a SMALL CASH DEPOSIT of £5 and upwards, and 21 quartorly pay men t?,, of £2 10s. cacli and upwards, being - . y ,! , rT Five and a Quarter Tears' Credit with Immediate Possession;; The allotments are of good size, fronting wide streets, and steamers and 'buses u p\y to and from the city every quarter of an hour, from sunrise to midnight., j-:' i-al Timber, &c„ for building, will be supplied to tho purchasers reqniring samo, pay- ? able by Ten Shillings weekly. Every inch of this land will bo trebled in vidne'j long before payment in full by tho...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 August 1884

Wit and Wisdom. ' Bitter ' Experiences.—' The will of Mr. Michael Thomas -Bass . . .. the value of the personal estate . .' . amounting to over £1,180,000.' Punch' ' How Strange !'' said, a fond- wife ; ; ' every time Peter comes home from his lodge he goes' to bed with his hat on. But I suppose it is some more of iininnri'' A dancing master, m renewing lu* solicitations for patronage, wished so express his' thanks for past favors, when the printer made him say, ' Most re-, spectfully offers his shanks.' One man was asked by another with whom he was not on the best of terms ? where he had taken up his abode— ' Oh,' lie replied, ' I'm living by the, river I I should be delighted if you would drop -in some evening.' ' Peanuts for men bull dogs 1' shrieked a country editor, as he glanced at a paragraph in his paper. ' What does that mean ? Bring me the copy of that item.' And when ho read' in manuscript the . lino, ' Permits for now buildings,' he went out and knocked his head against ...

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To Whom it may Concern. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 September 1884

To Whom it may Oonoern. * The Rev. John George Southby, Church ot : England clergyman, residing at 92, Cambridge: iTcrrace^ Ncwtown road, has been gazetted as 'biBing registered for the celebration of mar l^i'T rvr ] !/| Tf 'I ' ???'] !

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Buffaloes Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 September 1884

Buffaloes Meeting. i ' '.'I J^Eh*-usual waekly meeting of-Lodgo: Mid-'' -lothiaAilM^S^he Royal Antedcluvian'Order uf ' R 1 1 fri ilifll. the Lodge-jroom, ftjud 1 1 iJul i - iwlTpM) 1 1 1 i'l| Wnwlowii, on, l^ieadajr-evenintf ' JSSK The Lodge was opiiWst7.90nW.BrojJittine/PflBOs1Mnr8h Inllie:cSair-«nd'BrorPrimo westhqff/ City ?JRrehall, ^in, l^-rsriqFCh'alr. Tpio was; a UirM' naaber:- ia fylilting brethten' ptescnt, 'Mion^!^iioBi:-:.irere' several tUstipM«'8he(l 'Viaiili«iS«.tt^'€Wlef!%aniel]r, Sir^Richmorid Thatch^;;;Siir^J,#^^Thorpe, f Sii ponry PrlMtljf . anaCiSirl'Wa*. Schroedar.'and the; .vifholo of theoflccff of the Nil-ilcsporandum iiodge who wprc the gorgcou8 regal^«--of the order /arid: .which '. aajpeared to ^gwAt idvan TbOT.'wcre'anw, 'present Ornha'T.imo , Redmah| Ifepnty; {Gnuia Primo-Stownrt and Pripno Fitzgertld' :i5Pher'i must .hjxo.'Been at least seventy or' eighty- others present. Si!rc; ral;of .tho dl8iHnguish'cd; mGmbcrs-ppoko on . various topitfs'in connection wi...

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