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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 5 September 1885

Andrews Bros., the most Eashjomible Mil- ' liliviy.-A'dvt, 1 -

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Concert and Address at the Adolphus-street Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 5 September 1885

Concert and Address at the Adolphus-street Schoolroom, .A goodly number of .persons interested in tho welfare' of our sailors, und desirous of showing their appreciation of tho offorts of Miss Deano and lior friends on bohalf of tho Seamon's Mission, assembled at tho above behoolroom on -Wcdnosdaj' last. Tho chair was taken by Captain Trouton,- ^who briefly and . oiirnostly, and as an old sailor liimsolf, ' asked for 'thbir sympathy and assistance in tho causo of so worthy an ob joct. Wo i-ogret that wo arb provented by want of space from giving at full length tho addross delivered by Mr. Shearston. It wiis a sim])lo, yet eloquent and manly account of his work among tho seamen of our jiort, differing entirely .from tho usual out-and-dried'storeotyped platform address, and coining undoubtodtlv from tho heart of «oplj .who was-'ohtiii-ply.'dpvotod to tho caifso for yticii ho'^xs so ableaiiadybciito. Somb 'very ' excellent music' was rqndored by ifisV Ijeajtio an'd trioi' jds tiei'oro ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 5 September 1885

Balmain Swimming Club. A meeting .of members and residents in- , forested iu the above Club was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening. There were present, The Mayor. Mr. Gnrrard. M.L.A. ; Aldermen Burns and Buchaiiau ; Messrs. J. H. Hunt, Joshua Gardner, W. E. Dance, Ellis Itobinson, Carl Tronier, S. C. Toogood, W. Garden, Sims, Stark, J. W. Breakwell, J. Toinkins. J. l-'i-ii'ussoii ('lessee Cornoration Baths), and Alfred Hunt (Hon. Treasurer of Swimming Club). The chair was occupied by the Mayor, Mr. J. Garrard, who in opening the meeting said that the Secretary, Mr. Angclo' Smith, was un avoidably or otherwise absent. This meeting had been called not only to bring old members o£ the Club together, but. if possible to infuse fresh blood into it. He had been sorry to hear that a doubt has been expressed ns to the continuation of the Club this season. . He trusted that it was nothing more than n rumour. Such an event would be greatly to be deplored, aud he hoped iu the interests o...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Service of Song. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 5 September 1885

Sorvfce of Song. A sbrvico 'of song, outitled ' Little Dot,' with connectiyb readings, wus given in the Wosloyan Church, . Darling-streot East, on Wednesday night. Tho Pev. 11. Caldwell presided. The subject is a very pathetic orio, dopieting tho influonce of a littlo child over an: old man, Solomon Whitakor, a grave-diggor. Tho music throughout tho service' is verysweot, nnd it was rondcrod bv the choir, under tho leadership of Mr. W. J. Laws, sou., iu a mannor that denoted great care in tho practices, and a thorough knowlodgo of tho spirit of tho compiler of tho sorvico, Mr. Jus. Tipton. Mr. Laws has boon highly successful m his previous efforts at musical services, but on this occasion scorns to have exccllod those of tho past. ' Undo Tom' was a very enjoyable sorvico of song, but its longth somowhattircdthoaudicnco, nothing of tho kind can occur with tho ono given on Wednesday, for it is just suf ficiently long to fillupthoovoningin a very enjoyable manner. Tho various choruses ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

fiqrM:::md^Clyde~Hotle, ' ' 'MORI'S DOCK. W; T31. S^W'iA.3ST3?T, (For many years in tiic AIS.N. C'o'S steamers) BUGS to announce that lie ! has taken the above Hotel from Mr. 1\ McStdlea^and hopes./to .receive a fair slmro of -'the public I patronage.- .7 ;:: ;y ;..-.!.v:.' ' ~ ' Winds; ami Spirits of the 'finest quality. J. F. Campbell, ' GEOOER AND PEODUOE MERCHANT ?O t Maiisfield^Strc^ [?! (OppositeKingyironmorigeryStore). FRESH BUTTEIV recciyea twicc ^o week from the prize 'maker of . tlie. lllawarra district. ,Cheeso and'Bacoh of tluibest brands always iii stock.1 Fresh eggs ' twice1, a', week. I Corn, cliaff, and all kinds of farm pro'ducc (it lowest prices. .... .... ,...r Thomas Drew, FAMILY GROCER AND; FRUITERER * Evans | and Bbuce;! Stkeets. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. -gj° Best Braiiids of Butter, Cheese, and Bacon ..... always on liaml. Family orders respect fully solicited, and delivered at Sydney prices. T. Neasmitli, . r h ff$ 1 fp'fs FASHIONABLE BOOKMAKER,' :MORT:S^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

ALEXANDER'S COTTON. ? ' -'? W. LOWDEN ft1 CO., i:: AGENTS, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N. SYDNEY. f&S ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS ? ? , Are coming forward 'by every steamer arriving, and in order to create needful space we sliall AUGUST, . / ; : r; Offer many USEFUL LINES in . every department at ; . SINGULARLY LOW

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

'Tliis day weok Mr. J. Gunurd mil sell by miction, McCool's butchery, Mort- ? sfrc.et,' Sco lulvortisomcnt, |Bl ROSENBERG, Practical Tailor, London Clothing Hall, ' 9, Market Street, Sydney, ?' Has just Opened A New Shipment 1 ? , '? of CHOICE PATTERNS at the '. : ; ... i . j Lowest Prices. Fit 0-vi.araaateed.. C-o-o-e^e. Canary Cages, 3s to 4s, j;- yimm- C. 7 Darling Street.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

'XTTTANTED Good-Nurse GirMorvoncchild.- t V ; Apply slia,!' Fdiiroii,' : Elliott-street, Figtrbc Point, Balinnin. .. ! {: ANTED' Strong Girl as GENERAL SERVANT. Protestant, Mrs. A. Frasor, ' Langsydo,' Darling-road, Balninin. WANTED a young GIRL. for house work. Apply ' Observer ' OHice. \ . W' aSte 'Hi'Kn Foif sale7 m nuy '{ 'qnanlity, at the o'iHec oftlflsiphpor.'' , TVOST iii li.'ilmnin, August i, '.aVhKTE Jti POODLE DOG. Jtl ltcwnrii; ' JfiW Aggar, , Finsbury Cottage,; Bradford-street, llniiaaiii. ;-,y. i'V.;1, ?' ? p.* -'- ?r- SELLING Fancy Goods, Glasses, 'Sundries^' r CHEAP . SHOP, , corner Mcrton-strfcot and Dnrling-rikd,:jBnlmriin West; J ' '? 1 ; /?''« C-o-o-e-e, CANARY CAGES, 3' T() V J. Frasek, - v . Darling- street; ? Monster' M J ' . ' ' . „at tlio : t ! : TOWN HALL, BALMAIN, j MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1885. for the purpose . of forming a' : -! W0BE3NG MEN'S BOWING OLUB. I All those ill; favbr are specially incited.! The Mayor, J. GARRARD, Esq,, JI.P. hiis] kindly consente...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

r™ Sporting. Howls : J 'Tjio; Sopond round: /. for -tho N.S.W.;: llowlipg Association, Gold modal nnd' trophy is to bo compotcd today ori tho Htuiiupn ground, play to eOmmoneo at 2pm ?\vhon' tho following will ti'y; conclusions: — ; J. Gruhiim v L. J. Conlon,!S. E. 'Walker v OrMvMillor, T. M. Shopliord v. W . P. Ediimnds. E. C. Eo'rtcscuo v. J. Forsyth. T. 01 iiinchcliffo v. 'J. 'Bevetidgd, II.' ITillaghor v D. H. Chisholm,' P. B. Cohen v- J., Kingston, A. T. Gilbert v. J. Cuttor.: Tho Howling prizos in conn'oction with ' linlniuin Club, which wo alluded to in last isljtio, .liavo soine|u(lditioiuil entries. Tho list, it is'.. ox]jocted, will closo with s 48,' names oii it .tonight, nnd tho , gaino will : ho played in -rinks oh Saturday noxtJJOth when' no doubt tl}arpf$1)(t Httondiinco of tlio fuir spy finrtmalo visitors. ; .: v. ; i

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Young Mons' Christian Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

Young Mens' Chrlslteir Amo; elation. %.$ On Thursday lust special services were' conducted 111 St. Mary's Church, East linl jnttiujiind tho;AV6?l6yun Church, Montoguo strccti .bv tlio iRovs. M. Archdull, M.A., and E. Ciildwell. Tho latter' clfrgjiiian (whoso somion wo rogrot wo 1110 compelled to exclude through prossuro on our space nt, tho last moment) gave a vory impressive discourfo 011 l(3th vorso of A X. Cliaptoi* Jorominli, to a largo congregation. Tho Rov. M. Archdall preaclicd tho fol lowing powerful son no n oil i ; ATOMS AND IDIOTS : ' ' ^ \i . A WORD TO TIIESEKT AND l'ltOSI'ECTIVE FATHERS. Eph : iii. in. Words get worn ; -they-- lose , their rfrcshness , aud force; they change' tlieirr mcaiiiiig. An atom means an individual. Tlicro arc a good many of our community.., oLwlwmJittlejnorc - caii:bo!sai(i than that they arc atoms ! Atomism (or individualism is a deadly disease. I want to see'fcwor act as mere atoms. A jfinaller f proportion of idiots, too, is very dcsirablo. ....

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Extension of Gordon Street. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

The - Extension of Gordon n :i s 'riStreet.\ n a o k a . - :.A*'.public' lhcctiii^- Uvns.'licld at! tho , Town Hall on, Monday evening to consider tho desi rability of ''extending Gordon-street across RozclleBay. The .meeting -vas callcd in. ac c(iixlancc witli: a 1 r,e(piisitioii signed by over 200 ratepayers of 'the borougli. Tlio Mayor. Miv j:.GaVinrd., ,M.L;A., nw.-wlcd, and ,-\vas aiipjKH'te'd by x Aldermen ; iCel)6n/ild.! Keiiniff, Clubb and Punch ; Messrs., W,.Jf»s$cll, J. Lea;- j sou, J. Columaii; A'. : HutGhesou :»mj .others, Apologies foi'. iibn.altendauee : were rpad (row Mr. W. ^V. Hutcliinson, 5LL.A., and Alderman Ifnehanan; ? ?? ?, ;? . The Mayor in his. opening rcninrks snid that this meeting was . the oiitcomo of one of the most influential requisitions ever presented to lain.' It had bcen; signed by {over-.twp .liuiir driiai goiitieinen Mind , 'lie' was Surprised' that more were npt present at Jtlie. meeting. ? How ever, he believed flint- there were other mceU ings...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

Cottage 'Hospital. \ , - A meeting o£ the Balmain Hospital Com( :niittee,5 was held oh Wednesday last at the Town Hall', wlicn ? there were present, the President (Mr. .T. Garrard, M.L.A.), and Committcenien Aids. McDonald. Clubb. liriggs. Burns, -{Messrs Ellis- llobinson, . and rJohn Murray, * the 'ijreasurer. (Mr.: J. JTbinkiiis). and the sccretary(3Ir. G. F Poole). Also' the hon medical officers. Drs 0. F. S. Evans and 'Carrutliera'.' ^ 7 ; ! 4-ccqunts to the amount of £35 17s Dd were then passed for paynient. ; Tho Treasurer reported that the sum of jEIGO hftd b.een receiyei) sii|ee last ineetiiig, ftud.tliat there , was jv balance -.ini hand of £13}1 10a lldj Tho report was received, ; The quustioii of thanking the Committee' of the. Scotch Concert for the handsome isiim reeeived by their efforts, here cropped up! and the Secretary explained that he had written a letter to' those gentleman tendering 'the wannest tliauks of the Hospital Com? His action was cordially endorsed on ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Lecture at the Adolphus-street Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

Lecture at the Adoldhus streef Schoolroom. . r A Lccturo, under tho auspices of tho Church of England; Tpmperanco Society, ' was delivered at tho abovo Schoolroom on Monday evening last by tho Rev F. Boycp. 'The Subject of tho. Lecture. \a»s '' Father Mat'thow'and his work ' and it is to be much regretted that so mcagro - an auilionco as sembled to listen to a lecturo fraught with so niucu . .inioresc to mo xompcrancp Quos'tion., Mr. ? Arohdall ?' addressed thb aiulionco, boforo introducing tho' 'Lecturer to thorn, on tho subject of Temperance. Full Local Option in his opinion ought to bo established everywhere, arid ho strongly condoriinod., tho. action of tho Legislative in: not remo.yihg ' the ' tomptations which lured tho mass of tho community on. to habits of intemperance. Ho triistod.tliat all would do thoir utmost to support tho causo of temporanco in Bahnain. Mr. Boyco then delivered his lecturo. Wo regret that want of space prevents us from giving it in oxtenso. It was a hi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 11TH. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates. D.S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

Friday, SEPT.rlKr/;' (Before'lfrl Leopold' Yatesr'D.S.M. . John Fitzgerald was charged with being drunk in :Pearson-street. : Fined 10s or 3 days. Sammy, a coloured man who was charged with being drunk in Darling-street; was fined 5s, or to be; detained tilPrising of the Court, i William Black on bail, pleaded jruiltv to being 'drunk lii Darling-street, nnd was fined ;10s; or 48 jipiirs; ; Patrick -Malljui,, an', old 'offender, for. a similar offence was'fiii'ed 20s'or - 7 days. ' ' - . - j ? ; ; Margaret, Slie])herd v. Fredk. Siiephcrd. The .wifeai)j)licd.for.aii order prohibiting publicans from supplying her husband' with' drink. Prohibition granted. - ^ - , | Wm. Williaiuson, .Thomas . Nij), William Walter Scott. King, Alfred Morgan,.' Edward Smith, George Colbro'ok. James Doyle, John Cunningham, William Dean, Peter Pliny Wise nnd .L\Xixbh were summoned by Mr. Siiarp, school : attendants oilieer. and fined various sums, from ,5s to..25s for neglecting to send their children to sc...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Protection v. Freetrade. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

Protection v. Freetrade. A large audience assembled at the Schoolof Arts, on Monday evening to. hear; Mr. L,- P. : Hcydon lecture on the benefits of Protection in Fostering Local Industries.' The ohair was taken bj- Alderman Buchaiian, who, after introducing the lecturer, read ' an 1 apology from Mr. Gairard. M.L.A., regretting Jiis iii ability tp,att#ud. The lecturer in his oponing' remarlcs,- said that situated as the- cOlonv was at present, and: taking into consideration the fact that the Press was opposod- to Protection, it was necessary to make as much as /po&iblc of a meeting like the present ono! it was billy natural that those. who wcrc rich and powerfu' should combine to form a monopoly tb the exclusion of their, weaker fellows, f hcrefbrc the majority gladly .hailed tho, advoiit of the ballot ; fliey ' appreciated' manhood suffrage, and were proud of their representative insti tutions, because theyfelt that liytlie.se and other kindred movements, this. monopoly wou...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Collingwood Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

, Collingwood Cricket Club. Tho committoo.of .thjis. popular local club may.congmtuliitb thoinsolvcs upon tho uu quulificd _succbss whicli. tlio}' scorcd in con noc'tion Svith tlioir se'ebrid annual excursion, holtl.last- S&turday dftbrnooii iitlTcimyson. ?In: spito of counter attractions -.''there was tih-asscmbltigo'.bf iiuirb 'than .'lOOjiIcasiuc scokcrs at Mr. Magnpy's^wcli-knbwn picnic ' grounds,- liiid, bybiypiio, sb'bmcd ,to thoipugh Ijf 83jijy''flw iiftoWPbil's ft'musQiijQij't jirot -tidod_for fl|ciiji / ? Tljo ti?(]Q'jfl-l)Oi)i'(-'il to Pftss rightjqevnlj'^'tH^l'oloyor.s (if crjckct-, fo.oth|ill, qyd otfeor qijt-iloqr sports, i|s piieli jwvsnpd'liia. piU'tipulnv , fmipy, wliilat iho pavinon , was always woll filled with tho nappy looking votaries of tho dauco, where tho popular Cphlstrbiun Band discoursed sweet liiiisic throughout tho afternoon. Shortlyi'af tbr 'six o'clock; a start was liiiidb for home^'hieh was rcachcd in good time, everybody being landed safely a...

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The Story Teller. WHY MRS. VANDELEUR MARRIED AGAIN. [TRUTH.] [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

^he: Story; Teller.; WHY MRS. VANDELEUR MARRIED ' ;AGA1N. * . ' [xntrrii.] ^. . .. ? Whon tho engagement 'of' ;protty 'littlo Glaru EverslcigS to; Captain Jnck Vando lour, lato of tlio Hussars, 1 was publicly a n jiounced, tho f nonds of tho future br do mill ;bno consent held up . thoir hands iii amnzonient and horror, ' whilo thoso of thb bridegroom ? smiled Mgniticantly to each other, nnd hoped that it would bo all right; for tho Captain was not procisolv tho sort of 'parti': ordinarily defined as eligible, or oven endurable, by parents nnd guar dians. He was, in fact, n very bad lot in deed— a 'notorious gambler, iv man- who lived both hard and. high, . nnd.ono whoso name was continually getting mixed up in divorce eases and other proceeding of a more than doubtful character. For somo yoars past,., cvc.r.. since. ho:.had left, tho Hussari?, which hio' did in a suspiciously sudden 'man ner, Captain Vandeleur had lived ontiroly on his wits, for liis private means wore ex ceedingly...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Police Court. MONDAY, SEPT. 7TH. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

-f . . Balmain Police Court. S, , ,rMox»AY, . Septa 7Tn-% | . \ /Boforo Mr. Tj'notibld 'V ate r: D: S j M A ('i 'Andrew Mercer for hieing drtiiili iu^ Darling sttebtiwas fified 20s or 7 -days',' |S^ j jf. i jEUen Malier, : an old ibiTender well; kiiown to |tli!^''^4lid£|i^n^;;4ticdv^- prlt idiiys fbrlhcing; .driiiik; and disbrdtrly in jDatlhi^-istrcetv;',-? ' v.'tf y iii? - sufH6ient;-meaits/' of Siipport;' was^ciit to gaoP for one month, with hard labour. Frank Small, for boing drunk and disorderly in Abattoir Road, was fined 10s or 48 hours ; for-using.inueceut langiiage in the same roadi ' he Nva^&ied'fips'0r:2 months. ^ p A! -? ' William Kearslcy-, dhii'ik in Darlingistrebt, was fined, 10s or 48 hours. : J times O weri; w;as'- filicd 20s; 'or. 7|'da'ys for 1 iising' ohsc'ciie language in thc'Westdii road. ' --John Hooper was-iiued os, or^tol»edetoined tmtil the rising. of the Court, for being drunk in.'Mqrt-strcet. { { . ?/ Jolin Wicks, drunk in Darling-street,, was 'fin...

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Balmain Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

B a I maln^Bp rait g h Council. ; i 5'hp-ordiiiaiy{ lilceting of the above was held I 6u Tuesday liist. '' '' Thero were present : — His invofdhip. tiic '^liiyor (itr! J. Garrard, JI.L.A.), ?Aldcrmbh'.iMoDpiiMdjliitdhannn, Burns, Camc liriJi'i, Cliibb,i iBidggs,/ Puricli, Looke, Hancock, ?Kc'nniffintid Milne! \ j; j Tho jrihiutcs pf rt-he.',- -previous meeting were !'jrcto'-a-id;coWl^ed;-f''-*:v. ? ' / COKltESPONDEXrE. From®; Under Secretary- of Lands, stating that tlio Secretary fpr.-Laiuls had decided not to procecd in' the matter of interfering with the Cooper-street wharf. Received. From Robert Langley, drawing attention to -a nuisance in the lane at the back of his , houses in Darling-street., .On, the motion of ..AldcrmCTilCiATnn. arid ^LopKE^he \lottbi; was refcirred'to tlie cbininittcc bf works. 1 ' ! _._Erom W.. B-Nelson,. complaining-aboutstatc of gutter in Witliicombe-strcet. Left in hands of Mayor. ,'/ j : ' . r' f j ' From E. Byrnes, asking Council to 'rc-conl 'sidefilc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 12 September 1885

The Beid a^d Wor£bIessJ ; are never imitated ofrec^r^eitiiily7Ihia it especially trne of a familyme^einet-'ndit'is positive' proof that the nmed f imitated is of the highest valne. ' As,soon]-* it. had been, tested and proved by the whole 'world that Hop' Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on eartbi -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 suSeringinvidids to nse this ituff instead, expeoting to make money on the , credit and' good name of H.B. 1 Many have started nostrums pat tip in similiar style to H. B., with variously devised names in : which the word ' Hop' or ' Hops' were used in a way to indnce people to believb they were' the' ; same as Hop Bitters. All snch pretended re medies or enres, no matter _what their style of name is, and especially thoee , with the word: 'Hop' or 'Hops' in their liame or'inan...

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