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Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Qhurch Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. St, Mary's, Church of England — Morning, ai, Rev. M. Archdall, M.A. Evening, 7, „ St. Augubtine'b, Roman Cntliolic— Mass, 7*30 and 11 a.m., Dean Leonard Puesbvtebian Church, Carnpbell'*treet— Morning, n, Rev. J. Cosh, M.A. Evening, 7 ' „ Congregational CHtincn — Morning, 11, Rev. A. G. Fry Evoning, 7, „ WesletAN Church, Darlinj-street — Morning, 11, Mr. W. L. bash Evening 7, Rev. W. J. Davis

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

,, ''Sporting. ? This uftoniobii'the Balmaiii -Rbwing.Cliib hold -tlio fii'st; under tho now manugcinciit, of a ])rojcctcd series of' afternoons' : racing. Good racing is anticijiatodj hhd iis a 'splon^ did view oi' tlie Yanous' ovonts caii bo ob'- tained - ironv -.'?Wlnto' HorsS Point, . a' largo gatlienng ? of -inonds' is expected. ' ^ A Tory exciting contost ., may be 'looked, ior . iii : the tinio liaiidicap nice tor wagor boats for wliicli .thoro - aro. seven, entrios, .including : tlio Club^ehiunpipn.-:.' Spine,? good rowing will .doubtless tako placo in ? tlio scratch double scull races m.clu]} skiffs, .'and Oiip tain Smith-'lias so 'arranged ' tho course for tliesp pv;0nts;that;tli0;-; public ^vill bo ablo to vicw^ tliem fi'om stiirfc. to finisli from tlio liead of tlio l-pint.:, .!l1lw ;Piu'k . will doulit less be well , Med.j^iffi, onlopkors, ? aiid -\vo iiro glad to see that; tho club lia, ve, con- sidered -the ; -visitors -in -, dotoiniining tho coiirso so, as (io .. ena...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

TO -. LET, SHOE, ; and*. DWELLING, in Darling-Road. Suit any, business. Apply ..BolIo^iM^Butchorj'y:' Darling-Road;. ISS TALBOtIMnTEE^ nud - DRESS . MAlvElv^Now- JoliilVstroot, ]3.alm'niii'' RalmainThistle.CIubl;' « A- ; JIEETJIfG-, - of v,tho r above club ivill -bo -jTjL:: Iicld'inrMr. Miller s Coffco Palace?' with tho vicw-ofSETTLING-UPthe late Concert,' held at tho: Temperance Hall, 011 MONDAY, I Oth August, at jialf-j-ast 7 o'clock. - -: ivAH; persons having had tickets for sale are respectfully, requested to -bo present. r 8 - ' 1 J. JOIINSIOM: 1 , i 1 J Sccond Chieftain ? V ? LOCAL OPTION LEAGUE., Mr. E. J. H. KNAPP, . i Secretary of the above LEAGUE with Clergymen and other Gentlemen will spenkon^ tlie -..LOCAL ? OPTION QUESTION .at the. TEMPERANCE HALL, ? This Night, at : 8 O'clock, ? And at . . ? ? ? .- S!. TSaoirnins' Schoolroom ';J. At ?!) O'clock. Everyone favorable to the movement please attend, and sign petition to Parliamen t. E D MADCW ICK BALMAIN ' C'OTTA'GE' HOSPIT...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Balmsiin Cottage Hospital. Tho formal opening of the abovo Hospital, which was adjourned from tho 25tli ult., took placo on Saturday last in tho Town Hall enclosure. On the arrival of the Promior, who was to perform tho opening ceremony, ho was shown over the hospital and expressed himself extremely satisfied with the arrangements. The building, which was as clean as a now pin, was also crowded by numbors of ladios and gontlo mon during tho afternoon, who seemed delighted with this small but useful ac quisition to the institutions of Balmain. Tho ceremony, as wo anticipated, at attractod largo numbors of the residents of tho district and representatives from othor Boroughs. Tho weathor was most propitious and will account for tho goodly attendance of' the fair sex, which responded to the special invitation to, ladies appearing on tho poster. Sir Aloxander Stuart, was supported by Mr. Jacob Garrard, M.L.A., Mr. W. A. Hutchinson, M.L.A.'; Revs. E. G*. Madgwick, J. Cosh,: M.A.,: G. Gri...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Friday, August 1. (Boforo Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) William M'Kcown on bail charged with being drunk in Darling-street, wus fined 10s or 2 days. Charles Wicks was charged by warrant with neglecting to comply with an ordor which had been made upon him to pay tho sum ol ±0 lus, and os iuu costs to jno. Station, for tho support of his wife Rose Wicks. To bo imprisoned until order bo complied with. Ho was also charged with wilfully damaging a cell door, by breaking off a bracket from the same, value 7s Gd, tho proporty of tho Govornment of N.S.W. Fined 2s (id, and tho damage dono to bracket 7s Gd or 21 days. James ^ Collins, drunk in Mort-street, was fined 10s or 2 days. suioroNS case. Arthur Sommcrvillo v. Win. Sommorvillo. This was asuminonsbrought by a sonagainst tho fathor, in which ho asked for a prohibi tion to bo granted, forbidding jmblieans to supply him with drink. In tho absonco of thodefondanttho case was heard 'exparto.' It appears that tho fathor was an oxcessivo drinker an...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Presentation to Mr. Robert Finlayson. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Presentation to Mr. Robert Finlaysori. - A 'very pleasing and ' appropriate 'ceremony took place in' the . Town Hall on Wednesday evening, in tho form-of a' presentation by a few o£;his friehfls'ahd'busincss inch, 'to the malinger of ; the -local branch of the L. h. and A. C. Bank, prior to-lus departure to Goiilbitrn Bank, to, tlio management ot which he has lust been prdniotcd. ? There 'wore present 'the Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard. M.L.A.), Aldermen Clubb. SL'Doii.iId, Hancock. -Burns; Milne; J)r. 0.: S: hvnns. Dr. E, rants, jun., Messrs. l oinkins.' l'ines. It. Lang ley;' Bowcn. 'flooper.' loogood. G. Langlev, Hoou'orth. Tanner. Buckle. ? Cliidgei1. -Deny, Simpson. W.. Fj; fiDaneo. sMcGrratn. Collins, Dunsinorc. J. H. Lono-. and Mr. Dritcc; Mr, Fining -,011 s succl'jSoi His Worahip the Mnvor (Mr. J. Garranl) occupied the chair, and having stated the ob ject of ' tlic : gathering. , called u]ioti AUlernmn llaneoek, the chairman ot the committee ivluch lu^.vamijgpd,,tliq'.'^Jtter,°-7to;...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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General Meeting off Hospital Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

General Meeting of Hospital Subscribers. Tlio first general meeting of tho sub scribers to the Balmain Cottago Hospital was hold 011 Wednesday night last in tlm Town Hall. Tho Mayor (Mi? J. Garrard M.L.A. )prosidcd, and after stating that tho objoet for which tho meeting was called was to olect officers and committeo, and to takeover tho management of tho institution from tlio .Provisional Committee. Jm vn.„i tho advertisemont convoning tho meotiiu' IIo then explained that tho provisions of the Act only allowed. subscribers of £1 p01. annum to vote. The election of office bearers was pro ceeded with, ? and resulted as follows President : Ilis Worship the Mayor ; Vice President : Mr. W. A. Hutchinson, M.L.A. (Captain Trouton wius also nominated for this offico, but tho election resulted in tho first-named gentlomun boing chosen) ? Treasurer: Mr. J. Tomkins; Secretary ? Mr. G. F. Poole. Mr. Garrard and Mr. Tomkins suitably acknowledged tho compliment paid thcin. Mr. Poole, in returnin...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence- SUNDAY TRADING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Correspondence SUNDAY TRADING. TO THE EDITOR. . Dear. Sin, — Thoro is a ' public-houso ' in West Balmain notorious for Sunday trading, anil on ovorv Sunday for months back, ilrunkon mon havo staggered along tho Balmain Road into Loiclihardt, in somo casos 'a bottle of grog' sticking out of tho side poekot. I havo soon a bottle in each side poekot. I havo, mysolf advised tho Balmain polico of this Sunday finding to no purposo. It is a disgusting scandal and as I -knw your svnipathios are -with mo, I satisfied to bo briof in this in stanoo. . Onjly- yostorday a burly drunkard 8taggei»(l;,. \ind 'zig-zagged and with tho groatest.(}ijIi()Ulty ' nogoeiatod' fonccs; a boastly' oyosoro to ehurch-goors, ho camo past Callan Park into Loiclihardt. IIo and othors aro ' regulars. '? This particular 'inobriato' ofttimos is ' piloted ', by a more child whom possibly tho poor wife sends to fetch ' daddv houio.' Yours, &o., , UIR0HRQD.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Rowing Club Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Balmain Rowing Club Ball. Wo lmvo_ again. to congratulate tho Bal main _ Rowing Club on thoir successful carrying out of tho Annual Ball, which took placo in tho Town Hall, Sydney, on Friday evening last ; indeed tho only mattor for regret is that tho Club should 'bo com pelled,, for want of accommodation, to en tertain their visitors on such an occasion in ^a building^ outside Balmain. Tho spirit of ontcrpriso however is abroad, and | wo hope oro long to see even this want supplied to tho rosidonts of this populous suburb. _ The Sydney Town Hall last Fri day evening looked, as the ladies truly said, 'lovely' with its vestibulo a perfect kaleidoscope' of moving boauty; and tho noble comdors formed comfortablo lounjjos for tho tiring couples to rest themselves 111. Thore were about 200 ladies and gontlemon present, and this year the drosses of many of tho ladies far outshono anything in tho way of novelty and exponsivenoss of pre vious occasions. Miss Bertha Phillips as ' Glass with ...

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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Household Recipes. Pressed Beof : Take a pieco of tho briskot or of tho thick flank, trim it, and nib it well- for. three days with salt nnd saltpotro. Pound a oz. allspice, 1 o ?/.. clovos, 1 oz. black popper, 2 lb. suit and half pound of brown sugar in a mortar. Tie up the hoof and put it in a pan, rub it with tho abovo .ingredients ovory twolve hours for a wook, drain it i'rom tlio picklo, pour ovor it tlio juico of two or three lemons and ono glass .-of 'brandy. Clioj) up 2 lb. or 15 lb. of hoof suet, put a layer at the bottom of tho dish nndor tho bcof, nnd , tho lost on tho top; cover it with a paste of flour and water, and bake for six or sovon hoiu's. When dono romovo tho crust (drain off tho juico) and put tho beof to press under lioavy woights. Glazo it and garnish with aspic jelly— of course, this is a matter of tasto. To Clean Stool. — Clean off tho rust with fino glasspupor, thon oil and rub with putty jiowder sifted through muslin. Mutton Ilums. — Tlio mutton should ho...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH. (Before Mr. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Wednesday, August '/nr. (Boforo Mr. Johnston, D.S.M.) Richard Coudy, Anthony Stcol, Goorgo Clcoland, Thomas Tancrod, John Morrison, Albert Lorgor, Edward Walford ami Wil liam Whito wore charged with behaving in a riotous mannor in Woston-road on Sun day, July 19th. Stool, Tancrcd, Whito and Morrison pleaded not guilty; tho others, guilty. Mr. Boeder appeared for. Stcol, Tancrcd and 'White. After hearing tho evidence of Constables Archbold and Calla ghan his Worship discharged Stcol, Tan crcd,' Whito and Morrison, and fined C'oady 10s and 2s Od costs, and tho othor tliroo 20s each and 2s Gd costs, or sovon days. Isaac Creasy summonod for allowing a horse to stray, was fined 3s and 2s (id costs or 24 hours. Andrew Baylis summoned for disobeying an order of tho Court to pay tho sum of los to No. 4 Station, Sydney, did not appear. Constablo Bcadnian proved sor vico of tho summons, and a warrant was ordorcd to issuo for his apprehonsion. Mary Ann Swann was charged with using obscono lang...

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A STRANGE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

A STRANGE ROMANCE. The ' Evening Standard ' says : — Ro- mances of real lifo aro sometimes as strange, as pathetic, as the most touching a clovor writer of fiction can conjure up to stir tho emotions of his readers. One such is briefly related in tho columns of an American con temporary. A number of years ago, runs tho story, tho daughter of a certain General beott, a very attractive and beautiful lady, bado adieu to the pleasures of tho world, took tho veil, and liocamo an inmate of tho Georgetown convont. Tho motive of hor determination to become a mm was an un happy lovo affair. She had visited Europo, and whilst in England had mot with a young man, with whom sho foil deeply in lovo, and who on his side fell deeply in lovo with her. A mnrriago ought to have boon the sequol to this mutual and strong attachment, but for reasons which aro not ' oxpluincd, the young peoplo wcro prevented from marrying, and wero soparated. Tho girl, half broken hearted, sought shelter and seclusion in...

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Balmain Police Court, MONDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Balmain Police Court, Monday, August 3. (Boforo Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) William Thomson, on bail, was charged with boing drunk in Durling-stroot. Fined 10s or two days. Frank Cridland was charged with boing drunk and disordorlv in Darling-street. 40s or sovon days. SMALL DEBTS. ' J. E. Brown v. Baulkwoll — £1 13s. Goods sold. Verdict with 7s (id costs.

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 8 August 1885

Odds and Ends. No', my dear child, tho Czar doos not bo long to tlio Peace Society. IIo will novor bo satisfied with a pieco ; ho wants tho wliolo of tho oartli. Tho French could not evon Peking to tho colestial country. Uneasy lies the woman's head that wears no swell spring bonnet. ^ ~ Mormons ought to bo good sailors— thoy huvo so much nuuiy-time oxporieuw..- T Tlio proposed removal of Miss Ada Swoot has not yot affcctcd tho prieo of glucoso. Whon Gon. Ivomaroff's cap blows off, his follow- soldiers got a glimpse of tho : Russian bare. : JIalf of Colon having been destroyed by : tho revolutionists it is now merely a Semi IColon. Doctors say drinking too much coffee makes bald lioads. Tolling tho foinulo head of tlio houso that hor coffee's 'nothing lnit slops ' will also do it. ' So yon'yo failed in business ?' 'Yes.' 'Made an assignmont and gono back to clerking?' .'Yes.' 'What was the troublo? Too much drinking ?' 'No. Too much linking.' Rough on tho Cloth. — A Pennsylvania deb...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

Odds and Ends. The population of Stockholm incronsod botween 1856 and 1884 from 100,000 to 205,000. - . » «, At a parish church in Surrey rpcently,, a. widower of 84' was married to a'vwidow.of: 87. Tlio bridogroom was attended by .ti graridsoii, and the brido by a-couplo-of-' great-granddaughters. It is anticipated ? that the present yenr will. l)0j a good : ono for Havana cigars, on the ground that every fifth year sinco 186!) tho crop has been excellent, Whilst during tho intermediate years it has been indiffor ont. i Iloro is a good story of Mr. Spurgeon, who lately visited San Romo. On -0110 occasion, whon ho was crossing the Italian frontior, the redoubtable prenchor was ordered by the uouanieus to give up to them certain fruit which ho was currying. Thereupon ho -retired thrco paces into French territory and ate it. Maiikiaoe ix Ahizona.— ' Do you tako this woman whoso hand you'ro a squoozin' to bo your lawful wifo, in flush timos an' skimp :'' ' I reckon that's about tho siz...

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The Story Teller. A CONFESSIONAL SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

The Story Teller. A CONFESSIONAL SECRET. ? Sir Chnrlos Moodio, Bart., M.P.,.was a very prosporous man, nnd any ono would . htivo thought a porfoctly happy ono. IIo was tho head- of a banking firm in tho city which on joyed as good good crcdit as the Rothschilds. Ho possessed a fino town and a finer country rosidcnco, nnd his . horses and carriages wcro tho .envy of all -his neighbours. IIo was so popular with his constituents that ho could afford to re gard the next general election with - equanimity, wliilo his position in the IIouso was promising in tho extreme. IIo had a young and protty wife, to wlic-m lio was inuch attached, nnd not many yoor rela tions. Under such circumstances, ono would think any man must find the world vory pleasant ; yot Sir Charles Moodio found it very unpleasant. In sjiito of his ?wealth, prosperity, and promise, ho wns as misorablo ns ho woll could be. It is said that overy man has a skeleton in tho cupboard ; hut it wri* Sir Charles's misfortune to hav...

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Poetry, A VISION OF DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

Poetry, A VISION OF DESTINY. I stood alone upon a wild sea shore, And wr.tchcd afar the dark nnd threatening lido, ThatjOiiward came in waves tumultuous — As fascinated by their menacing. A sky of sullen gloom was overhead From which dark clouds loomed forth and darkly lowered. But there I lingered fascinated still Yet cast a wild despairing glance around - And felt a longing to escape my doom. 'Twa.s vain. The treacherous waves encom passed me ; And powerless to resist their dreadful force I stood, till by them rudely tossed away, Yet feebly battling — and the vision fled. ' Interpret this !' I bade an aged man, ' This vision that I saw as in a dream I' And told him of the sullen gloomy sky — The lowering clouds without n cheering ray ; The troubled waves, my fascinatcd gaze, My longing to escape yet ling'ring still, Till compasscd by them, rudely tossed away Yet feebly battling to resist their sway. ' Interpret that .' Oh, fool 1 Cans't thou not *ec That 'tis a vision of thy desti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

The Bad and Worthies* are never imitated or counterfeited. This is especially true of a family medicine, and it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is oi 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 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 induce suffering invalids to use this stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H.B. Many have started nostrums pnt 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 enres, no matter what their style of name is, and especially those with the word ' Hop' or ' Hops' in their name or in any way sonnccted with them or thei...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

Our Civic Fathers wcro soinowliut per ploxed when tho Mayor inudo his ' budgot spoeeh ' on Tuesday last. It will bo soon by reforoneo to our report of the Council Meeting that lie did not puint a picture that will please many ratepayer.-:. Ho showed that at tho prosent rate of expendi ture there would be an overdraft of £11,000 at tho end of the municipal year. The figures placed boforo tho aldermen no doubt banished many a pot scheme from their minds, and evon ratepayers wlion thoy read them, will give up penning letters to tho Council to havo their .streets fonnod, &c. It is no doubt a timely warning to aldermon having an inclination to gobblo up the rates and loan money, as Alderman Punch forcibly puts it, and we quite agrco that economy will have to bo studied on all sides to prevent tlio Borough boing bold back by a loadstone of debt. Since 1880 loans have been floated yearly nnd although a beginning was made with £900 thoy havo gradually increased to £12,000 last year,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

ALEXANDER'S COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., AGENTS, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N, SYDNEY. ANTHONY HQRDERN & SONS PALiACE EMPORTiJM, SXJk'irxvC-A-^/~Fr'FiT (ONLY). CHOICE SPRING GOODS. Are coming forward Tjy every steamer arriving, and in order to create needful space we shall DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, Offer many USEFUL LINES in every department at SINGULARLY LOW PRICES.

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