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Ryde Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 1 August 1885

Hyde Borough Council. The usual meeting of the nboye Council took place on Friday, the 24th instant. The Mayor was unavoidably alMcnt through in disposition, and the chair was taken by Aid. Benson. There Were also present ! Aldermen Forsyth, Jackson, Small, Watts, Bost, and Gallni'd. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Manager of the A.J.S. Bank, regretting the transfer of the account to the. Bank of New South Wales. — .Received. From Captain Castle, of the Salvation Army, asking for the use of the Council Chambers for the whole of Sunday.— Granted. From V. Goodwin, stating, as trustee of Turtle's Estate, that he could not yet give permission for Pnrk-strcet to be continued through the estate. — Received. From Mr. Swanson, stating that he had been fined for what he had previously applied to the Council to remedy. — Referred to the Works Committee. . From the gas-works, stating that they would not be able to supply the borough for fifteen months, and that the price would then bo !)s. per thousa...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Council. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 1 August 1885

m Kg Leichhardt Council. | — — — ^ The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the I Council was held on Monday evening. There p wore present : The Mayor (Mr. John Young, p in the chair), and Aldermen Davidson, 1 Heabn, Moore, Evans, Scott, Neale, and I Arguimbeau. $1 CORRESPONDENCE. if From Mr. Jacob Bong, complaining of || by flood wator. Referred to Committeo of m Works. I 1 From Mr. J. T. Frasor, asking for the width M ' ot the Wharf Road, .opposite his residence. f The Clerk to. supply the information. i From Messrs. Pigott and Trickctt, asking I whether half tho rates for the year on the fj property purchased as a site for Council I Chambers were to be refunded, and whether a survey was necessary. — Rates refunded nnd J survey dispensed with. From Senior-donstable Wright, drawing the $ attention of the Council to tho fact that a I; reward had been offered for the conviction of I persons depositing night soil in the streets, § and 'tlint he had secured convictions in two | cases. — Ref...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Story Teller. A STORM IN A STEWPAN. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

The Story Teller. A STORM IN A STEWPAN. [CONTINUED.] . ' Havo you advortisod it '.' Yos, -thoro ? arc liandbills out, but I ? novor oxpect to sco it again.' . _ . '.'I am vory sony, dear,' said Sybil, ratlior absently. . At another timo Doris's loss would liuve had lior lull s\Tii])atliy, but. now lior inind was liusy, with Jthc report wlucli scorned to linvo gone all ovor Rox ? . bury beiore reaching tho person cliioliy in . terostod. It dawned 011 hor by degrees ? thnt hor fatlior had of late not ropcated tho -chit chat of tlio club to her quite as usual, , aiid that her littlo questions as to tlie news of the day had boon met withi-atlicr evasive ? replies.' Could he, in truth, havo boon spending his .afternoons clsowliero ? . ; Uriebn'sciousiy, tlio gonehil liiiuself cori ; - .-,'firiiiod .hor suspicions. ' I ain jsony to ; hoar you bohavod vory mdoly ' to Madame de Caramel to-day,' lio said, .with un .? - .wonted .severity. . ; 'There wns: 110. rudeness 011 my part. I . Iiiloro...

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Poetry, DRINK! [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Poetry, DRINIC ! With clothes all draggled and torn ; With feet bespat ter'd with mud; , AVith, what had been boots, all ripp'd and worn, A woman stood, one .Sabbath morn, .? Her .face all streak'd witlrblood..^ .- Stood at a tavern door, ; . And seeking to uuter in ; : i * Reeking with drink yet craving for more, - Klie stood at. last on thc bawoom.floor, ' - And loudly called for-gin !. . -.: ..i Around her shoulders, a shawl (A i'eiiinant of .oue, I. should say.) ' Cover'd contusions and scai-s f loin all ; ? Evidenec-the.se of many a brawl, ?' And many a druiikcn fray ! ? PalsieA— ' tTiit'n'ot'Vith years, - .hha^jiig'._unnervetl by drink./, .shedAing t-fie'drjinkard's maudlin tears Reckless alike of . jibes and sneers,, , .. . An'd'l'ioWeVress'eveH rto 'think ! ' ? ?' ' Onlvvf-glass so Small. -i : Onlv a liealth .to diink. ' Only a taste at some soeial ball ; One could not refuse, you know, when all Are joining iif 'one' small drink !- That, 'one' was tlie fatal step V That'iila...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

The Bad and Worthless arc never imitated or counterfeited. This is especially true of a family medicine, and it ie positive proof that the remedy imitated is oi the highest value. As soon u 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 sprang up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H.B., and in every way trying to inducesnffering invalids to use this stuff 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 their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

A LEXANDER'S SEWING COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., ! AGENTS, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N, SYDNEY. ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS T=- A T . ESlvlP'OKiITJnVE, (ONLY). CHOICE SPRING GOODS. Are coming forward ty every steamer arriving, and in order to create needful space we shall ? - DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, Offer many USEFUL LI1TES in every department at SINGULARLY LOW PRICES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

(TO THE EDITOR.) ' SIR.— Owing .to a recent rumour that- is in circulation about my soiling my Wood and Coal Business to Messrs. Levey and Scptting, . aiid then coming back and turning them out. of -it, I bog to ^tatc, to my old Patrons, and 'Frioiids, ..that., thero is not the slightest trutli in' such a statement. , In fho 'fiKtr^ jilrido' 'I;did?iiot ? sell my business, but ?letiit to^tJicm. anii ail nppiinnccs lor carrying ?vtheA])usIiics.®oii, at a nominal rent, and after ^thoj^liSfl' earned sufficient to get . carts and horses . fortfthcmsclves, tlicj' gave nie a'fort- : nights notice, and opened elsewhere. Hoping tjiat thist.Avill rproye. to my customer that I. ' havo - i jpV no ticdi ;-iirrioii'g£itlly; to Messiy. Levey , and Seoftihg^fliVtlicr'tliah tliiit whcii'thby loffe: myyard-I re-openod it, in my -old lino of busi-. 'ft I ii remain, lours See., -n j ..... : . . J. SMITH. Mertoii-strcct, Balmain5,. J- _ .., ,. .August (ith, 1885^, . iJ.j'-! -Pi i E?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

It is refreshing to find that thoro aro in dications of Balmain getting a Building Act of its own. ' It wcro a consummation dovoutly to bo wished' nnd tlio establish ment of such an Act, would, wo foci suro, bo gladly hailed by those who desire, not only tho commercial prosperity of _ the Borough, but its advancement in architec tural boauty and uniformity. Alderman Buchanan's motion, to coino beforo the mooting on Tuosday, sufficiently proves, wo think, that such an Act is not only desirable but necessary ; and tho subject in quostion — that of verandahs — is- only one of the many which such an Act as wo suggest would conclusively doal with. There' is no doubt that tho verandah question has reached its limits, but wo want, not only verandahs, but structures of all . kinds — houses, party walls, boundary walls, stables, factories, in short every description of building — regulated by somo fixed prin ciples, if not till over tho Borough, at all ovonts in tho main thoroughfares.. At p...

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Random Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Random1 Notes. - -So- ouv Municipal cow is to-be milked once again by the lawyers; and;- worse luck, : ovor tho saino old r- question— too jnuch i water. Mr. Broadhead's oxpenonco is be-' ing takbn; as an oxamplo by an-inchvidual whp perhaps has npt rgpt such a broad cranium^ : At least 'so some of our wor chj- 1 Aldeiiueii ' woiild, remark. However, h i ebuiilo.pf wooks, honco will prove who, has tho longest heiid;'' and it is cortaihly t'p'be. hoped that . the ratepayers will not bo mulct in ahundred pounds damagoso^'or tho affair. Byo.'tho'.byp)it,is a qiieer idPa fbr a'publicah tp coniplain of watering his grog, or rathor : getting it watered without troublo tb|Kim^: soli'. ,1, .wonder whether' , his ciiso will bo that 'all tlio flayour, pf whisky was washed! out pf tho bottles;' ' But putting all joking;' oh ono sido, this flooding out is. a serious question. The pounds shillings andpenco spent over it by Hh'b ' Council will ^ soon amount to a sum which would have covered the c...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Current Items An oid woman named Margaret M'Caff roy fell from tho wharf into tho water, at Mort's Dock, early yesterday morning.' She was rescued by tho muster of ono of tho ferry steamers, nnd it was then found that she had sustained un injury to ono of hor arms. She was examined by Dr, 0, 1', iS. Evans, who discovered a fracture of tho wrist known as Colles' fracture, which ho set. She afterwards mado her appearance at tho police station on a 'protection' charge, nnd was remanded for a week in ordor that inquiries might be uiiide. On Thursday, a Itoy named Kirk, residing 111 Lllewcllen-strect, .and' employed at BoothV saw-mills, ran a piece of wood into his nearly six inches. He was taken to tlio GofVji tage Hosphnl and attended to by Dr. Cnrnt-' tliers, but it was not considered necessary 'to detain him. Wo soo that Messrs. Gibbs and Co. are removing to-day to thoir now promises lately occupied by tho E, S. una A. 0. Bunk, A couple more in^anccs of the folly , of jumping from or...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Suburban and General. A resolution oxprcssivo of tho great loss experienced by tlio death of Sir Goorgo AV. jVlIon, late member for Balmain, has beon jmssed by tho Sydney University Sonate. : Tho Auglo-Kussian difficulty is by no means settled ; the latest cablo information stating that it is intended to' strongly fortify the Indian frontier with a viow to offering a practical resistance to any fiirtlier, Russian advances. \ w Tlio roport that Osman Digna ' was dead, reoontly' recoived from .Cairo, has boon con tradicted':] '} f T'Y fl'i t't £. Y A mo*titin-in fayour - of ^ ^women's siiifrago was carried -nithoiit ? division, in tho.. Ado- laido Assombly on Wedifesclaj';^,/ i' :? , % A tromondoiis fire hasjialcon, placo in Toronto, ono of tholargost citios in Canada, b^\vhich: im phbi-inbus mount .-'of dam'ago hasjbooii 'dono, nearly half a.inilo of build ings boing biu-nt. '-'In our report' of tho Council meeting last weok Alderman Lpoko was crodited with askin^^a-^Qp^qn-rdlraut Di...

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Concert at the Temperance Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Concert at the Temperance Hall. A GRAND Scotch concert in aid of the Cottage Hospital was given at the ? above hall on Thursday evening, under the auspices of the Balmain Thistle Club. The Mayor, Jit'. Jacob Garrard, M.L.A., presided. As was expected, such' a host of well known names .-as those which appeared 011 the programme, ''ensured both an ovortlowmg attendance, and a highly successful entertainment. Boforc the enter tainment cemmcnccd tlio sale of tickets was stopped, many being unable to obtain admis sion. The Chairman said tiiat it afforded him great pleasure to take the chair on this occasion, and especially when I10 lookod around and saw such a slpemiid audience — an incentive to both singers and speaker.-;. As President of the Cottage. Hospital he thanked them for their attendance to-night. The institution which they were thus assisting would soon seize hold of their sympathies by the good'work which it wrought. He was glad to be able to say that the inception of the ide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

H / , i { i Poverty Axh Suffering.— ''Iwasclraggcd- ? down with' debt, -poverty , and-^suiferiug tor. jx-iU-s, caused by a sick family- and- latgo cbills-.. for doctot'ing, . wluch did' them no good.-1 I was toinplotely discouraged; until one venr- ago, by the advice of my pastor; I jmicnred Hop Bitters and coinnieiiccd thoii' use; ?and'in one month wo wove all well, and none ol: ur have seen a hiok dft.v since ; and ,1 want to say t' : all .poor nicii, .you- can keep your. families well a year : witli-Aiiienean Go's Hop -Bitters tor. less, than ; one (lyetor's Visit .Will cost,: 1: lvllOW it.' — A 1 ? WoitKlJiG man. llend, - I

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Lecture on the Soudan War. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Lecture on the Soudan War. An ablo nnd interesting lccturo on tho abovo subjcct was dolivored at tho Presby terian Church, Cumpbell-atroot, on Tues day evening by tho Rev. T. J. Curtis. Tho lccturo, which was given under tho auspices of' tho Social Fellowship Association, was listonod to by a largcs audience. Mr. Curtis illustrated his locturo by moans of somo vory oxcollont lunolight views and portraits, which appoarctl to givo ontiro satisfaction. Thus wo saw in tho first placo, a portrait of that most distinguished of all Soudan horoos, Genoral Gordon ; after hiin followed tho Mahdi and Lord Wolsoloy ; and then came a serios of spirited viows illustrative of tho various places of interest connected with tho late Soudan campaign, togothor with sketches of camp lifo and incidents of tho route ; somo vory realistic, others of a decidedly fanciful turn, and evidently pro duced rather for tho amusement of tho young pooplo, than for any historic interest attached to them. Mr. Curtis ha...

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ON THE NELSON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

. ON .THE: NELSON 0L'U,B. ? ' [coxxnnnraxn.] - s N6^.thut . tho season is about at its bost, i a few'kobsorvatioris'j.iiboutj! soinov,of jour i principiibplayors-iu-itlio NoJson l\,(J. might not lie out oi«]ilace. . ' y ? ? | E/Praser, oiu-: worthy Captain; is a good all i'ounil:2)layort''as;.mucliiiit homo atliuli buck as lie is at iora'avd ; - hno collar ; plavs ft sjilondidganio and. works .hard.; no anat tor undor what circiunstancoslio is playing ? he never - loses hi? tompor, and to lus un swomng onolgyand :(loyotio'n to tlio (Jlub imichoi tho'bude'ess lb duo 'i -' » 'i E.TBt)w6n*is*/a 'tair plavoi'j^b'ut'is n'ofc'so lehiible s at: ^lltiiing i as; ho/ ilught rb^o ; ho ought to learii to colliU'Jow ; ' ho' always inns 'with, speed and tudgment. - j Bryco, ,a ?.?hno~)iorn^ml ;rvlio:.is .always on tho ball,- and ig sniart at talang.advan ? tiigo .ot a iavourublot opportunity.;' collars - 'well. - should loiirn: :to , dnbblo'. and ''lciek hotluV 3 '-'J r ' i' t , ( [ ,,.T..Cosh 'h...

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Concert at West Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Concert at West Balmain. A concert in aid of the Cottage Hospital was given at St. Thomas' schoolroom 011 Saturday evening last, under the patronage of the Mayor and aldermen of tho borough,' and the ' We Hope to Prosper.' and ' Haste to the Rescue ' Lodge, I.O.G.T. We understand that this con cert, which is one of a series of weekly enter tainments to be continued through the season, was arranged by a committee of gentlemen, who have for their object, the very laudable one of affording .some attraction to the young men of tho neighbourhood,. other than is pro vided by street-corners and public-houses. Their services are entirely gratuitous, and the profits arising from one concert per month, (the others being free admission), will be de voted to the Cottage Hospital Fund. Tho 'con- cert-hut Saturday night, which was presided over by Mr. W. A. Hutchinson. M.L.A., was well attended, and may be looked upon as a satisfactory nugtiry of what is to come. Tho overture was played by the Pr...

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CRICKET. BALMAIN OSBORNE C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

' ' ;; .'OEICKH-jT. j ' ,;BAl^rA£S!'.'' 0SB0K7CE' C. C.''.'.' . Tlio aiimuil meotniij.oi this elub was liol'' 011 Tuosday evoning lust, when tho-offlcors for the coming sensoii wero ra-olcctod as follows — Mi A Ii Kurt/, Ghumnaivo J[r. J. Lowe; &ccrofany.;\Mi'. A'. Sterland, Treasuror. ?. . TJio roports.- ot'.tlio piiicer^ for the past year showed that tlie elub was in a very hcnltiiv' '-.condition-. i .During tlio: evoning, tlio trophies won last season.: were presented by the Uiau'nian, who iii a few . iippropnatc r .remarks - eon grutulated tlio miinors anil - hoped - that tho piiib' 'would^ cbntiMe^to^'prospor as-it liad dono'in 'tlio past. .. The rocqnents wero'Mcs-,i^. D. Boytl'; aiid A. Storland, . tlie. ionnor tlio best bat ting 'trophy and' hitter the best bowling'. Tho 'club -intond celebrating thoir :.4tli, anm vovsary shortly- ?with- a grand concert. ? See futuroadvertisoments'iii this paper. ? L.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Special Advertisements Advertisements and Orders ;? KOR The Observer ABE rccoivotl by tho following Nows Agents, .from -whom nil tlio Daily nnd Weekly papors nuiy bo obtained : — BALMAIN EAST: O. E. WALKER, Balmain Eastern Nows Agoncy (Opposite Post Offico). BALMAIN WEST : SAMUEL BARTER, Bv.hmun Wo.itorn News Agency (Opposite Bollovuo Houso). .. CENTRAL BALMAIN : JOSEPH CADOGAN, Central Balmain Nows Agoncy, oilico at Scolos', watch maker (next now Bank building), Darlingi-street. SOUTH-WEST BALMAIN, J. RICHMOND. Evnns-streot. ?. r SYDNEY. ' J. BARKER, Erskino-stroot. GORDON & GOTCH, George-street. . MBPIOAX.. ~~ L GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon ( (formally of uoulburn), has succeeded Dr. Jone.5 in the practicc of hid profe.'.si«n at Balmain, and may be conanlted daily at his residence Llnnnyron, Booth and Dnrvnll strcots, opposite Pigeon Ground (late residence V-f Dr. Jones)- Hours, 0 to 11 a.m., 2 p.m. nnd « to 8 p.m. 'Vaooinatlon. DR. OWEN F. S. EVANS, Government Vaccinato...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

J. BOOTS ft CO. VOtBKIt MERCHANTS, balmain steam saw mills and JOINERY WORKS. Hf -x& OJico .- BALMAIN* Town Do'.nt : Market Wharf, Sidney. N,B. ? Evovy description of Ticsber, Doors Sashes, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Turn ery, &o., always on hand. ? A. BURNS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Her Merchant and Importer, Has on hand and to arrive, at wholesale prices : — DRESSED, FLOORING, LINING, and WEATHERBOARDS BALTIC DEALS, 9 and II x 3 OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and BED WOOD DOORS all sizes AMERICAN SUGAR FINE and SHELVING KAURI FLOORING and Undressed Timber all sizes, HEAD OFFICES : - 22, ERSKINE-STBEET. JAMES HYDE & SONS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS Manufacturers of Cast and Wrought Iron Garden Scats. Balcony Columns and Palisndinps, Water Pipes, &c. All sizes of Truck and Barrow Wheels, al« ways on hand. CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS, Weston-street, Balmain General Castings of any description to four tons executed with...

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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

WEST BALMAIN. St. Thomas', Church of England— ? I Morning, 11, Pov. E. D. Madgwick Evening, 7, . . , St. John's Church of England. Birchgrore-rd. Morning, n, Rev. E. J. Sturdco : Evensong, 7'3°, n ? St, Jo'seph's Roman Catholic Mass, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Reilly .Vespers, 7, ? . . St. Paul's, Presbyterian — Morning, 11, Rev. Geo. Grimm, M.A. Evening, 7, . . „ Wesleyan Church, Mfentnguc-strcet — ? Morning, 11, Rev. F.E. Fletcher , Evening, 7, Rev. R.. Caldwell Wesleyan Church. Callan Pirk — , Morning 11, Rov. R. Caldwell Evoning, 7, Mr. W; L. Dash - Baptist Church, Mnllejis-street— Morning, 11, Rev. J. J. Glnssop Evening, 7, ,, Peimitive Methodist Church — Morning, II, Evening, 7, ' MiniBtars'or chinch oflieors aro Especially requested to send any corrections for tho abovo list on Thursday in each week, to ensure insertion without charge. i Balmain Observer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1885,

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