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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12. (Before Mr. Addison, S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

Wednesday, August 12. (Beforo Mr. Addison, S. M.Y George Lorains was charged by warrant ?with disoboying an ordor of Court for the support of his wifo, Bridgot Lorains.*' ' Case withdrawn, the partios consenting to come to tret, her a train. James Collins, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Dnrling-stroet, was finod 40s or '-7 'days.* ? John Doylo (on bail), drunk inRcd Lion street, was fined 10s or two days. Georgo -Dickison (on bail), chargod with boing drunk in Darling-stroot, was fined 10s or 2 days. John Cook, drunk in, Evans-stroot, was fined 10s and 4s lOd costs or 2 days. Robert Curry, Janios Warburton, John Kinmuro, Frederick Willock, James Pino, James Clarke, Alfred Ashman, James Hall, James Latham, Charles Flynn, and Alfred Baker, wore summoned by tho Inspector of Abattoirs for boing 011 the promises during prohibited hours. Caso withdrawn on payment of 4s lOd costs by each. . John Walsh, for causing slieop to bo slaughtered during prohibited hours, was, fined 20s...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 August 1885

If OST on tlio 4th in.stn.iit. in Donnelly-street. J WIIITE: TOODliE. Findbr handsomely rowardod oii:.rctnrning it''tb. MRS. AGGER; I' liisbury Cottage.' Bradford-street. Balmhin. Any one detaining it aftor this date will be prosecuted. ? .;- . -.v ? ~ ~- ?%?;- ? i f k.-i-J1 ~~ Balmam Temperance Hall. rpHB- BL IN D . EVAN G ELIST will play the 'A .organ, read and pi-bnch'outsidc,thc above ')Hnll;10rMO!U{OAV-1ttl4rprin.i.ami,iiik(lofhtl7- p.m. He will also, preach iii the Baptist Church at! 1 n.in-.' f-- - .V-. -._? ...V V':;.. :vv:-v Balmain, Thistle Club rpiHS - Committed' of -tlie above Club desire' X to express their .sincere thanks to thi Lndy mid* Ci 011 tleincii 1 amateurs, who- so goner -ously. assistod^at thb late -eoncert.-got up l»y the Club for the benefit of tho Hospital, v i l!j'-order?6E;tho Committee. '*J; JOHNSTONE. Second Chieftain. L. O. L., 176, -BALMAIN WEST, '? jV . ' ' JIKKTS . IX . ' ST. THOMAS' S0H00LE00M, '.TC*ij.-ct2rsc3.a,-3r, -fflk-TSLgxia-fc ; SO, i:... ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

- ' OtJrSs ' and,. Ends. '- Ilalf-seos ?' Ovor-^-Tho boy who poors through tliomiddlevol tlio fence.' _ ' - : ' A rrophot-Iiatli.no Honour in his .own Countrv !'— Harry : Aro you vory tired, papa Tlio Ecctor : ' Very .tired, i ny boy.'- .^Harcy .: ' Was: it tlio sormmi that, tired you,i])iipa ? - it .tii'pdmo vory innch.' jJL Precocious fivo-j-oar-bld ''Pa; 5 how is it a juiy can convict a-man of manslaugh ter wliori lie ' killed a woman ?' — Pa, bolt ing «his breakfast : 'A' 'Ask-' your ma.; brio knows more about ' manslaughter than I do.' . Mv. dear, ' sa id a fond wifo, ' ' whon wo woro engaged, I always slept with your hist letter under niy pillow.' 'And I,' mur mured lior husband— ' often went to sloop ovor^your letters.'

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Story Teller. A CONFESSIONAL SECRET. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

I The Story Teller. / I .A CONFESSIONAL SECEET. I [COMriUHD.l I' 'NVolI, as it concerns you; I will; of courso, toll you about it. .You liavo hoard of .littlo Svondolori, tho Jewish ? money-; lender , ' I 'Yos.' J ' You know I got liirn out of . ono or. tv-'o f scra2)OH-^rnthor ; dirty s scrajios :-;thoy wore, 1 too— and ho is grntolul .to me.. ? , So whon lie ! can givo mo n tip, ho doosiso:?!, . ^ ;;: | ' I know.' - ? ? [ ' Woll, to-dny he wus witli ine on busi ness, antl lie told nio - somotlnng -about Maria.' ' t ' About Maria ? What on earth; docs lio' know about my wifo 'Vory littlo, but a groat doid about your, . brother-m-law. Ho toolc iroin.tlio ]io])ehil a bill tor £500; drawn-' on- - old -« Colon6l.' M'Casli, and has liaco discovered that tlio coloncl's signature -is a forgery.: Svondo v .loii. was naturally annoyods at'tliis, ; and: - infonnod Ilnrdrnii tha t if ho didn't pay tho bill the day it camo duo, ho would;prosont it to M'C'ash, and, as Hardrui)' know that if tha...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Poetry, RULES FOR A HAPPY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

I Poetry, H RULES FOR A HAPPY LIFE. \v oulilst lliou be a hajipy liver, ' Hiip|).v, and stitdion-, to enhance The glory of: the gi eat Life-Giver, i ' ' Launch not thy boat to drift at cliauce ' Where strung lloods roll and wild waves dance On life's broad lushing livci. ' Live as a man, and count it tieason To maiijto live divorced from reason Prove your ground, and know your game,, ' ? I And ])ly your task with stout cndcavor,- - , ? . I Nor courtiii'' braise, nor feariii''. blame., ; i Know vour-own worth, and know not less. Your neighbor's weight and worthiness ; . . And, whero he works well, let him do The work that might be spoiled by you. ? . Make a got,d friend where'er, you. can ; ; ? Not wise is he who hath no eyes , , To know how fools may. help the wise With loving deeds bindmaii to man, , i f But never shrink -with blinking eve j. From what they only learn - who try p\ And. though you stand alone, iii'sight :: , v / Of God be bold to hold the right. ' March bravely on, ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

In company, no doubt, witli immy of our readers, wo looked forward to tho Attorney GonomrH .speech, uttlio Albury Ministerial Biimpint on 'Wednesday last, to furnish us, ?with Home indications of tho future move monts'of the Ministerial Party at tho ensuing session of Parliament. But Mr. Dulloy was as silent as the Sphinx. Either there was nothing to toll, or tho Government think the time is not yet ripe for telling it. Wo waded through about four columns of after-dinner eloquence, feeling quito .suro that it must' bo there somewhere. ' But alas! no! Self -vindication there was in nlnntv. nml sufficient, self-nraisn to assuro Mr. Dalloy's hearers that he was porfectly satisfiedwith the share 'he'had taken in the events of tho past few months ; somo pass ing reference, there was too, to the intro duction of tho proposed Health and Local Government Bills ; somo very fulsomo adulntion of Prince Bismarck and all things German; a few remarks on tho military strength of the colony, and a ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

The Bad and 'Worthless are never imitated or counterfeited. This is 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 sprung 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 e tuff 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 wero 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 H Hop' or ' Hops' in their name or in any way connected with them or th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Current Items. A wonian named Sarah Baker, residing in Hutchinson-streot, was very soverolv burnoiL on Monday lilst. Sho was attended by Dr. O. F. S. Evans, who considered it judicious to send her to the Prince Alfred Hospital, as tho accommodation hero for women is not yot completed. The woman was terribly burned, but is likely to recover. ln'oiir advertising columns will bo found a notico of ,a Cpnyorsasdono; to bo given at. the Presbyterian Chureli, Ciunpboll-stroet, on Wednesday next. It will no doubt bo n pleasant social ovoriing, and should bo: a sufficient inducement' to bring togothor a goodly number. V ' Tho usual meeting of the Bahnain Literary and Debating Club took' place in' tlio Townf Hall on Thursday .evening? 'last!? tho sub-! ject for discussion being, : that n'n Absontoo Tux should bo imposed. : The speakers in favour woro the promier, Mr. P. J. Smith, Mr. M'Clomons and Mr. Eraser; those in opposition wore Messrs; C. Read, Eordlnvm and Armstrong. On boing put- to t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

! . ^ ' ANTHONY HGKBERM , & SONS FALACE - E3MPQBIirM, /HATMAREE'T (ONLY). ;\:^:€B^CE ? SPRING ' GOODS. ? ? Are coming forward 'by ever j steamer arriving, and in order to create needful space we shall . , ; ' DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, ? Offer many USEFUL LI1TES in every department at SUTOTLAELY LOW PRICES. - . w. SCOLES, ' ; , (From . Dclaruc, Sydney,) Practical Watchmaker & Jeweller, BEGS to inform tlio BALMAIN residents ? tlmt lie has received a large consignment of Jewellery, etc., Latest Novelties, nml is offering them at Absurdly Low Prices. Watches and Clocks Gleaned and 'Repaired : on the Shortest Notice. Note the Address — Street, l .-Opposite Unity Hall Hotel, near Mort-streot \k ' Baimain Observer' sold. E- HATTON, Produce ^Cerdia-rit AXD ? Daklixg-stheet, West. BEST brands of Butter. Cheese, and Bacon, always in sl ock. Family Orders respect fully solicited aiid delivered at the Lowest j Cash Price.'- ' - ? .-. Levey & Scotti ng, WOOD & C...

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Extra Postman for Ryde. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Extra Postman for Hyde. A mooting to considor tho advisability of petitioning tlio Postniastor-Gorieral !to 'ap- point another lotter-carrior for North Ryde was hold on Friday, 14th.' Alderman J.. Taylor,- J.P., , presided. Tho Chairman in a longthy speoch urged tho importuned of tho subject. Ho said at present' one-half of tho residonts of North ltydo -\Voro rocoiving tho benofit of having thoir lettors doliverod wliilo tlio otlior half had to .shift for tliemsolvos. Ho thought if tho district was too largo for ono post man an assistant should bo appointed, nnd a. deputation should interview tho authori ties and urge them to- grant tho request which was a reasonable one. ' Aftor'a dosultory discussion, Alderman' Small moved that 'Tho Chairman,' A.ldor 111011 Bonson and Jackson, Mossrs. Heard, Cox, Ilicks, Moulton and tho movor, bo up pointed a. deputation to wait upon tho Postmastor-Gonoral at an early, date to urgo tho appointment of an assistant lottor carncr lor North 1'vdo divi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

A LEXANDER'S SEWING COTTON. W. tOWDEN & CO., AGENTS, - X 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N. 1 ? . SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 17TH. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Baimain Police Court. I Monday, August 17th. (Boforo Mr. Leopold Yatos, D.S.M.) Samuol Daniols was charged with .using obscene language in tho Weston Road. On being asked how ho pleaded ho stated that lie nover pleaded guilty to anything. Constable McLoughlin provod the uso of language of the most abominable charactor, , and the prisoner was fined £!i, or 2 months. Robert Nortlioy (on bail), drunk in Mort-stroet, was fined 10s, or 48 hours. August Sundorland (on bail), drunk in Darling-street, was fined 10s, or 48 hours. John Thiering was charged with being drunk in Mort-street; also, with using obscene languago in Trouton-stroot. Finod 10s for tlio first offenco, and 20s or 7 days for the bad languago. SMALL DEBTS. . J. _ Dwyor v. J. Murphy — £4, rent. Verdict, with 8s costs. J. J. Whcoler v. Powys — £1 9s 2d, meat sold. Verdict, with os costs. ' H. Qualmef v. P. Gannon — £6 17s, cash lent. Non-suited. James Marland v. Thomas Tancrcd: — £2 13s 6(1, bricks sold. Vorclict for 13s Cd,...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

BALMAIN ROWING CLUB. Strong youth required as CARETAKER. Ap ply by letter, stating age and former occupa tion, to J. MURRAY, 'Hon. Sec., Sur. Gen. Office. ' ' * ' ' j TO DOCf FAX C 115 1!S. — 'Wanted purchase Poodle Dog, not young good price approved animal. Apply, Hunter's, City Boot Palace, Baimain, between 7 and !) any evening next week, not Inter Friday ; party going away | WANTED a respectable young Girl, 'about lfi years, for housework. Apply nt ' Observer.'' WANTED an Apprentice to tho: Printing. Apply. Office of . this, Paper. WANTKD a BRICKLAYER, one used to Furnace Work. Apply sharp, . Aus- tralian Cobalt and Manganese Works. : Baimain. ? ''??v' WANTED to rent a COTTAGE -iir Bnl main. Five rooms, kitchen and out houses, near Callnn Park. Address : C.B., i c.o. Yates and Co., Darling-street, Baimain. ; j For Sale. ; y..;J COUNTER, !) feet long, panelled and vnr- i ? nished, clieni). Eliznbcth Villn, Bnlmain East. TO LET. A Blacksmith's Shop, with Anvil, Bellows and Tools. A...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Wednesday, August 19. Thomas C'opestcako was charged, by war rant, with deserting his wifo-Ettio Copo steako and leaving her without means of 'support. The -wife did not appear to sup port tho cliargo and tho accused was ac cordingly discharged. . John Fitzgerald, drunk in Darling streot, was finod 10s, or 48 houis. Patrick Hayes, drunk while in chargo of a horso and cart, was fined 20s, or 7 days. Otto Johnston, drunk in Mort-strcot, was fined 5s, or detention until rising of ;tho Court. . ; Coriiclius Smith and James Colloy wore each fined os, and 2s (id costs, for allowing cows to stray. Richard Mooro pleaded guilty to behav ing in a riotous mannor in a public street and was fined 10s and :2s 6(1 costs, or 3 days. - ? John Gibson was summoned for driving a cart having , no namo on it. He did not appear. .Constable Rourko proved tho case and the iiccu'sc'd was fined 20s and 2s 6(1 costs, or 7 days.- -. .

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Suburban and General. [ The Maluli's successor is roported to have licon killed in a riot at Khartoum. Tho lives of Soudan prophets arc short. A man named Yates swallowed a mouth ful of carbolic aoid in mistako for beer. The result of a depraved taste. He died. Gunner Bogor, a member of tho Contin gent, deliberately shot himself nt the Vic toria Barracks. Having servod his Queen in Egypt ho was evidently satisfied with his life's record. j The railway department has contributed nnothor £143 to tho Patriotic Pund. What is to ho done with it ? | Mr. A. Mansfield Allen, brother of Sir Ueorge Wigram Allen, died on Monday. Telegrams to England aro to bo reduced to 8s 2d a word. Tho Americans havo purchased the hinds on thoir side of tho Niagara Falls for 1, 000,000 dollars, so as to preserve nature. Tho Bev. I- Jackson, late 'of Hamilton, Scotland, presidod for the first timo nt tho Hunters llill Congregational Church on Sunday last. He created a very favorablo impression by his eloquent...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Special Advertisements Advertisements and Orders F* O R . . The Observer A KB recoivod by tho followiilg News ' Agents, from whom all the Daily and Wo'okly papers may l)e obtained : — BALMAIN EAST : 0. E. 'WALKER, Baimain Eastern News Agcncy (Opposite Post Office). '? ' BALMAIN WEST: SAMUEL BARTER, Bilmain Western News Agency (Opposito Bellovue , Hoiiso). s ' CENTRAL BALMAIN : ? . JOSEPH CADOGAN, Central Baimain ?T'y No ws Agency, office at Scolos', wntch - inukor (next now Bank building), Darling-street. . ? , SOUTH-WEST BALMAIN, J. RICHMOND. Evans-street. SYDNEY. J. BARKER, Erskino-stroot. V GORDON & GOTCH, Georgo-streot. Vaoolnatioxi. DR. OWEN F. S. EVANS, Government Vaccinator, vaccinatum every Tuesday ;':.'-;-',nnrt-'ThuK)daj- at 2*30 p.m., at his residence, ? Darling-road, Baimain. - DENTISTRY TO THE INHABITANTS 'OF - BALMAIN ?; AND NKIGHB0U1UI001). Ladies and gentlemen.— we have the pleasure to announce that we have opened a branch of our well known estnblish ? 'mcnt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

J. BOOTH &4H). ' TIMBER MBHOHAHT8, .BALMAIN STEAM SAWMILLS AND JOINERY WORKS. Ecai O-Uce: . BALMAIN. Town Do-ot: Market Wharf, Sydney. v «t. &c., always on hand. ? ? A. BURNS, . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Timber Merchant and Importer, Has on liant'l and to arrive, at wholesale DRESSED! FLOORING, LINING, and WEATHERBOARDS BALTIC DEALS, 9 and II x 3 OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and BED WOOD DOORS all size* | AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and Vj SHELVING . ./ . ? ? tf ' KAURI FLOORIN G and Undress ed Timber allsizeB- ? ? HEAD OFFICES : ! 22, EBSKENE-STB^j'ET. , ' JAMES HYDE & SONS, i IRON AND BRASS FOUNDEBS Manufacturers of Cnst and Wrought Iron CanliMi Scats.' Balcony Columns and Pnlismliii.-f. Water Pipes, -fcc. All 8:*« -?£ Truck and Barrow Wheels, al- , wnys on hand. I CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY I I AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS, Weston-street, Baimain General Castings of any description to four ' tons executed with despatch. i J. W. Cunningham & Co. i ...

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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

WEST BALMAIN. St. Thomas', Church of England Morning, n, Rev. E. D. Madgwick Evening, 7, „ St. John's Church of England. Uirehgrore-rn. Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Sturdce Evensong, 7-30, ,, St, Joseph's Roman Catholic Mass, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Reilly Vespers, 7, . „ - St. Paul's, Presbyterian — ' ? Morning, 11, Rev. G. Grimm Evening, 7, „ ' Webleyan church, Montague-street— . ?-. Morning, 11, Mr. T. P. Reeve ' Evening, 7, Rev. R. Caldwell . . „ V. . ' Webleyan Church Callan Purk— v, Morning 11, Rev. F. E. Fletcher i - Evening, 7, Mr. M. Kelly BAniST Church, Mullens-street— MorninR 11, Kcv. J, J. Gl.assop ? Evening, 7, ' Primitive Methodist Church— ' ' Morning, 11, ? v ? ? Evening, 7. ? ? - I ; ( §almain §bserver. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1885.

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Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

Church Services for To-morrow, I EAST BALMAIN. . -. Sr. Mary's, Church of England — Morning, 11, Rev. M. Archdall, M.A. Evening, 7, „ St.' Augustine's, Roman Catholic Mass, 7-30 and 11 a.m., Dean Leonard Vespers, 7 ,, Presbvtehian Church, Campbell-street — Morning, n, Rev. J. Cosh, M.A. Evening, 7 „ Congregational Church — Morning, 11, Rev. A. G. Fry Evening, 7, „ Weslevax Cnuitcn, Darling-street — . Morning, 11, Rev. R.' Caldwell Evening 7, Rev. F. E. Fletcher, M.A.

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 August 1885

FOOTBALL Balmnin Wellington v. Victoria Houso. Thoso two clubs mot on Saturday, August 8 whon the Wellingtons -won rather easily In- 11 points (1 goal and 3 tries) to nil. Tios ?woro obtained bj' 1. 1' razor (2) Cosli nnd Taylor from ono of ?which Nowmarsh kickcd a goal. . . Baimain Wollington v. Second Baimain. This match was played on Saturday last, on tho Cammeray Ground at North Shore, nnd ns both sidos -woro confident of victory n -ood gaino was anticipated. Tho Wol lm'tonH who liavo an unooaton recoru wero of courso tho favourites, and fully justified tho confidonco placed; in thom by adimms tcriii' a sovero drubbing to thoir moro wci'htv opponents. Tho Babnains who won tho toss had oveiything in tlioir favor, down tho hill with tho wind tho first half; and whon playing up hill had tho advantago of a rofroshing brecsw to cool their fevered brows, tho strong -wind which prevailed tho' first half having sub sided. Notwithstanding this tho Welling tons scored 3 trios 6 points to ...

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