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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

0 G T-H' ,r:l'Ma'SmnEK MBB0HAHT8,):i!'-- --.U v-( \ ,ii VLMAIN ; ! STEAM SAW 1 M&IiS 'AND j . : ? JOINERY 'WORKS. 11 j ?? | CJ''iccf* .( BALMAIN. ...... Town I Dp -:l Market Wharf, 'iYDser., j jjB, ? Eve.y inscription of Timber, Doors ; Sashes, Cialvs.nisf.cl Corrugated Iron, Turn ; cry, &o., always on.hand. .... ? i A.BURNS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ; Timber Merchant and Importer, i i Has on hand and to; arriy-j, at wholesale :? -'prices : — ' i DRESSED, FLOORING, LINING, and ? -.i WEATHERBOARDS : ' !, . BALTIC! DEALS, 9 and II x 3 OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER ! AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and RED- 1 . WOOD DOORS all size* 1 AMERICAN SUGAR1 PINE and SHELVING KAURI FLOORING and Undresc ed Timber ? 1 all size*. : ' : ? HE AD OFFICES. : ! . 22, ERSKXNE-STKEiET. ; . JAMES, HYDE & SONS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDEBS Mariiif.'ictiirers of Cast and' .Wrought Iron' : Garden Si .its. Balcony Columns and 'Palisartiri'jn, Water Pipes'. -tc. All s'wsci. Truck. and Barrow Wheels, al- ; ' wny...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

?%. AvtiSt) bACmain: 1 f'~~X % j'} St. TnoMAa',;Chjircli of Englaridii-. '? . {? \ Morning; ill Mission Services. *' r...p. -Evening, 7, - St. JonK'B.Churcli.uf EnRlafid. Ilirchgrore-rd Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Str/rdec ? ? ? .,..,rl..vr ..Evensong, 7-39, Vl... Si.vJosBrirs.r.omaii Catholio.-r ;;_ j, j.' ... . Mass, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Rcill j Vespers, 7, „ ST/PAti'SjiPresbytenan-— , 7 ,\ 'Morning, ii; Rev. G.' Grimm -Evening, 7,: ' , - .. „? ' ; ' f Subject — 'The exodus and tlie track of . . . r. „ ,tlic. Israelites through the, desert.'.. , * . vWEsiiliyAKienuncii; M6riii-»ue-st'rcet— .i u Morning, 11, Student. ? Evenirig, 7, 'Ro^.5 R. Caldwelli- ;i' { : ' Wesleyan Ciiuucii, Callan I'irk — ? Morning 11, Rev. I'. E. Fletcher, M.A. Evening, 7, Student'- : » ' *v-- BArTiST.CHURCii.Mullens-strcetT-: ; ( / -Mornin- i rt.Rev.- J. J. GI.issop Evening, 7, „ Primitivk Methodist Church— 1 -.-'-Morning, 11, ~ /-?- 1' --??' '.Evening, 7,-, rf\- ''r r r ! Ministers . or cliurch officCTs'aro^...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Charch Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. St. Mart's, Church of England — Morning, xi, Rev. M. Arclulall, M,A. Evening, y, ,, St., AuGUsTlNEjff, Utomati Catholic— s r\ \ , O ,MaV^'7-3o.»ndlii\a.iTi;,'Dcari:L«9f|ard ,» Vespers, 7 „ ' -PBKSniTKIlIANCuUBCH.-Csnipbi'U.strcCt— ? Mprning, 11, Kcv. J. Cosli, M.A. j / ' / , Evening, 7 : ' j CONCiKEflATIOXAL Ciicncrr— ? ? ... . Morning,. 1 1, Rev. A. G. -Fr y . ? ? ? Evening, 7, Rev. Jns. llticlian, M;A. iWEsLEtXN CjiUhoh, Dnrlinf-BtrcKi— i ? ?f ? (i !iMorningV 11. Rev. R. Caldwell. 5 ' ii V.-' Evening 7; Re w F. E. Flelctier,.M;A. ;

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Sporting. Tho Balmain.Bowing. Club had an out ing on Saturday afternoon last at Wood ford Bay, 011 tho.Lano Covo River, whero ,thoy had boon invited to rendezvous by the . .Captain of the Club. - Sumo fun was caused oil arrival: at tlieir destination owing totlie tide boing very low, and tho shore shelving flatly necessitated thp . rowists getting out and doiiig sonic ..Joyerhinding with., their boats, ..and .in a i'ewinstances soft snots wero discoverod'by thb travellers 'who wei-o sitd donly taken down a peg orftwo in earnest, to tho amusement of tlio'inore fortunate .wlip had struck harder patches. , .. However, oven' the ' unlucky 'ones. spoil forgot .then troubles on reabluiig ' teiiu 'firma, whero refreshment' for' all was ready anil heartily partaken of. Football? racing, and otlin'r sports. wero;. indulged -iii until tho waning sunlight, warned, tlio.- merry ^makers that Balmain was some distance away, and tho boate;;w-^pigain;tume.dh()iuowards, where air word snugly liousei...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Entertainment at the Presbyterian Schoolroom, Campbell-street. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Entertainment at the Presby . 'terian Schoolroom, Campbell-street. . ,'/AtiV' brifcrtainiiicnt '; was given ; bv i the elibir of the Prpsby teriah Cliurch, 011 AVeil nosday' ovbning. It was both musical and literary. Tho Eov. J. 'Cosli, SLA., pre sided;., After, a .short address, tho choir .^Wg .^'ith .great effect 'The Prairie Hunter,' Tho , singing was. extremely good, so was also an instrumental duet upon the, piano',! bjv Mrs./ Thompson and tH'f-v Ju-TATiieri^u . Amongst scuti , good ?.porfonners it is invidious' to inake coni parisonsi ,. It:iiiay bo said with, truth, v tliat in 11 musical point, of. yiow, the entortain mout was a porfoct succcss. Tho following is 11 list' of' tho'ladibs anil gentlemen who took part., in tho. .performance:— Sliss Sliced, wlio sang Savod from tlio Storm ' and jSSThe Old, Old Words; .' Miss Tiirner, 'Going to Market; ' . Mr. A. Bowen[ ' Scots \\liiv Hao ; ' Mrs.; Thompson and Miiis.M'Bhersbh, a solo on the pianoforte; Sliss P'BpoSj.a solo Mr.-Wi ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Wit & Humour. Over the last Hawkesbury event, a lot of foolish men Mayo some money. Little words are the sweetest to hear, and little women run away with the moat husbands. A sentence in the language of Flowers : If you wish for ' Heart's. ease,' never look to ' Marry gold. ? ? An Irish alderman at Sydney has been attacked by English oholera. Another Saxon, in justice. Strange that Churchill, the War Minister when speaking at Sheffield, did not show a bit of British steel. Five big silver mining companies pri vately formed in Sydney in a few days. It's merely an exchange of gold for silver. / ?Bill, what brought you to prison — had liquor anything to do with it ?' ' Yes, sir Elza teased me, so I had to. lick her. George Colman being once asked if he knew Theodore Hook— -'Oh, yes,' was his reply; ' Hook and I (eye) are old associates.' 'Pa, do s.torms make malt liquors ?' 'No, 'child, why do you ask?' ' Beoause I heard ma tell Jane to bring in the olothes, for a storm was bre...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Lecture by the Rev. A. G. Fry. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Lecture by thb Rev. A. G. Fry. T]io\ abovondiiied rev. gontlon^^in, gavo the third of his series of- lectures, illustrativo of scenes and experience 011 tho. occasion of his trip to tho old country, in tlio Con gregational Schoolroom 011 Wednesday last. The lecturer took; for his subject on this occasion , Along the 'English' Channol,' ami tlie lantern views, -which,' by tho way, brought out yorv.ploarly, gavo.glimps'ca of sovbinl of tlio 'prominent land marks, reviving, inbinbrics of the jiastamong thb adults and causing wonderment ;aniong tho children. Eddystpno lighthouso views woro attractively placed; bbi'pro ' thb nudionco. Thero wero also good views of tho Thames and tho Docks at BlackwalL Tho locturer i interspersed thp' numerous views with ap propriate remarks doscriptivo and at times amusing, unit ^ept thp clpso.attpntipii'of the, large liiimber of persons present;; Just beforo -.concluding ' ho had ,some comical views shown for tlio bonofit of tlio youthful ]iorti(-n of l...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Scientific. Driiiking , water from wells near wHera people live is often contaminated, with chloriii'o although apparently pure. ', : ' ' ? A Japanese inventor,; makes, paper from seaweed, which, from its ; thickness and trans parency can be coloured to an: excellent imitation pf stained glasB.1 One of, the latest applications of elec tricity is to the handling of heavy guns. By means of an 'electrical! training gear the heaviest cannon can bo managed with ease by one man. ? Kergovatz, a Brest chemist; has made a discovery which ho claims will onable its to preserro tho human body intact for ages. On death occur ring, tho body is rubbed over with a solution of plumbngoino, and then 'plunged into a, coppor batu. Great men can by this means be preserved in the original for all timo, while it presents a rare oppor tunity for utilising aldermen for, say danger signals, on tho railway. : It is said, that throe or four thiclmessas of common wire mosquito netting, painted or nn painted, an...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Concert held In St. Thomas' Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Concert field in St. Thomas' Schoolroom. A concert Was hold in St Thomas' School- room jn aid pf tho Port Darwin 'Church of 'England. [Mission on Monday last; Tho; llov. E. D. SIailg\vick presided; and in iv short but well-delivered address,! informed tlio audience --as: to;, the object of tlib concpi-tj lie. said tlnifc thero wa? a largo' white nonulatioil now Settled ill tlio liniirb. hoiu-hooiJL.pf l'ort.Darv.in. aiid in adilitioii thero wero ; probably 10,000' -'aborigines. Tho .Slission Would oxert its spiritual in flupnee over theso as well as over the- white' inhabitaiits. . Ho was'hot disappointed thai thero was not a . largo audience, inasmuch as the notice was so short, but- lie folt sure that 011 a future occasion the sympathies iof 1 tho pooplo of Balmain wouliL bo shown iii a largo attendance, when sufficient 'notico would bp: given. Tlio , ovorturo , ';Piano,' porfornied by Miss Senior,. commenced thb musical treat of the evening. Tlio, singing both- of Mrs. Ullmann an...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Miscellaneous. The New. Royal 'Ba,nk'' at Brisbane' is a success'. ' .' ?; ; . .' . .i, It is clear tliat the woman (Caroline Ryan, at Forbes, was, murdered for her money. , ,, The steamer Belgio* with another load of useful immigrants, has arrivod at Sydney. ' ' ' The chain of a grubbing machine broke on a CJowra farm, and killed a man named juaronuj, who' was working it. The greatest floral , treat seen south of tho line was tho Wild Flower Show at .Manly, Sydney, Soptpniber 12. The value of trade per head' of the popu lation in New South Wales,' the iree-trado' colony, is £45 17b. : 4d.,' and in Viotoria, tho protectionist colony, it is £37 5s. 2d. : ' ' ' ? ' A temperance petition was presented in the Victorian Assembly last week, which was one third of a mile long, and was signed by 45,000 women over 16 yoara of age. New South ' Wales lias 80 J million sheep, Victoria 10^ million, and Queensland 9i million. In cattle, N.S.W. has' a little over lj million, Vic toria 1J million, ...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

The Elections. If thc'pre.?ent, . signs. of 'tlie .-tinibs are to' be taken as an indication, there will apparentlv be a keen .strugslo,atithcrBnrliameiiturv: elee tions, to take place shortly, at any rn'te for the third seat, this clector.ite Is entitled to Already, ,two;new candidates have, aiinounced their intention to.stand, ami the first in the field, Mr. S.; G. , Davidson, publishes: a- .short nnnoiineenieiit in .this lssue, asking /the elee tpra not. to .'pledge their .votcajiintil'', tliey lmve heanl 111s views, l-or some .considerable time past Mr., Davidson lias, served the electors of Leiclihnrdt as an alderman, and by- his very straight forward, and unfearing co'mluct, lias gained numerous friends among the rate payers of that municipality. Jn his aldcr manic capacity,-aml as.a, private resident, lie has also taken a deep interest in auvthiji' which .would ;affiect tlie 'affiiir.s of -either' BaU main or Lciclihnrdt, as, for instance, his action in; connection !with' the...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Saturday Night Concert, [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Saturday Night Concert, ' v :Tho ^iieort in aid of tho ! Cottago IIok pital, held under the, ausi-ices of tlio ''Sht' bntbrtaiiimbnt Conimittco, at bt. 1 hoi 1 ias_' Schoolroom, 011 thp 12tli instant;.- was nbt 'a fiiibncial success'. \ Tlio prograpnue had boon proimrod, altera good /Vr f'f ' ti'oublb on tlio part of tlio secretary (Mr. 11. J. Barlow) and tho treasurer (Sir. W.-'J TurnbnllV ?;??«,„!? ? of tho pe'rfoHiiers failed to put in an uppearaucp; tho 'on'tQi tiiinmont wiis fairlv attractive^ Sli'. J. Tomkiiis piosided, niill tho followiiig programme was cfirriod but : .-rf'-Flpwors.of the ; Forest,!/- aiid ' Blind Gnl to IIer Harp,' Mrs. Clubb ; recita tions, 'Santa Claus,'. aiid i (' Billy's Hose,' by Sirs. Thomas; Duet, ' Monoy Mattpr-i,' byi Slasters , Tronior and O'Don nel ; 'Old Brigade,' and Nil Dos-1 lieiiiuduiu,' 'Tiy r ' Albx, Edward ; Comic Songs, 'Irish Schoolmaster,' and tho Jpw's Ilarp,' by SIr. D. Doro ; Recitation's,' il Our Folk,' and 'Eugono Aiitin,' bj-Mr.1 ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 19. (Before Mr. W. Johnston. D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Friday. Sept.' iii. : ? - (Before'Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) j ,- R, Sanntel, -'for ^ being jdrunk. inthp/Bbfep Thistle. and Sliainrock Hotel, Evans-street; wiis fincd''10s'.or.2 days. j Ellon Slalier, for disobeying a summons and for boing drunk and disorderly on tho 30tli August last, was fined 20s with; 7s 8d costs or 4 ilaysl , ? ? H I'''! i James' Carroll, druiik in Crosccht-stroot,' was nneil 10s or 2 days. Slichaol Beardon appeared under a war-? rant for removing : goods, of the value of £15, from premises in Evans and Mansfield streets. Postponed until Wednesday. ! John White, for using indecent language was fined 20s or 7 days. . . - -. , ; ; Thomas O'C'allaglian; ilruiik' in : Ma nsi field-street, was lined 3s. j William Beattio, for :boing drunk in Boattie-strect, was fined lO.s or 2 days. j James Doylo'.was charged Avith!-.iie^l6c4 ting to. send- hi^ 'child ' to' schbol. ' '--Caso withdniwn. i ; A. liro^n, for oxcavating in a public street without consent, wns fined. .£2 a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Wednesday, Sept. lfi. Jaiu.08 Collins, drunk in Stophons-strcot, was fictid'JOs'Or 2 'days.~/ v; , ' , Jambs Grant, on bail, charged 'with being drunk in Da rliiig-street.was fined 10s or. 2 days. Janios Grant, U]ion a second chargo of hoing' drunk 'ih -'AdOlphus-streot was finpd;20s or lO days.,. .. ... v / 1 AnUi Wilsbn foi'boirig;dnink in Darlingi strobt wiis fined' on, 'with tho altornativo of' boing hold ? jn ; captivity- (until , tho rising-of tho.Court.'. , ? ' Thomas' Johnson, :!fbj'-bbiiig drunk : in Darling-street, , was fined os or 2 days. ; John Weeks for a' liko' offenco Avas fined 20s or 8 days. ' Henry Doinpsoy, charged, with being druiik' and, disorderly, did not appear in answer to his suuiinons. Wari-aut to issuo. John Whito, did not appear in answor to his summons for using indccent languago. Warrant to issued L.i ?' K-' Goorgo Byan, for using obsceno languago was fined 20s or 7 days.' ? c: ? ' Thomas Carpipfe}! for- using * obsceno lan guage, wns fined-20s ox-7 d...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Bazaar at St. Augustine's. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Bazaar at St. Augustine's. ? On Monday la it Mr. Jimtice Faucett, in.a mo^FapproprWe spe'ecir, iitted for such an ,occasipn, pijCiVed'a balcanr in the schoolroom adjoining St. Augustine's Cinirch. He referred -to the many beautiful articles which appeared rin the stnlls of the.several presiding. ladies. He; spoke, of tlie rapidly j increasing IproSpcrity of : ?the town and its great alteration for the ? better since his first visit.. The bazaar is being 'held iiuhiil of sthiT liaildlng't.ftiiid pfothoncw school. -? A '-lmilding-whieh has iieen erected at a cost of about liilOU.O. The attendance oii the .opening day aiid eaoli eveniiig'siiice was 'very gooil, and great was the, admiration of nll.^yho attended when tliey saw the elegant display of articles, from the 'finest needle workiinil :liand painting, in, fact every, kind of ar't.Vt'o tlie toys-'so attractive to tlie yoiitig. 'The ladies who superintend the vnrious stails, eight |ii-iiumber, witli the bevy of pretty lasses !\vho...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Working Men's Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Working Men's Rowing Club. . In accordance with .in advertisement' which appeared- in our last , issue, a very well attended meeting was held iii the' Town Half 011 Monday evening, having for its object the formation of a Working Men's Rowing Club, i The. Mayor. (Mr. J. Garrard, 31.1*... A.), who occupied the chair, , mid tlio advertisement convening the meeting, and the paragraph which appeared in the 'Observer,' , remark? ing, at the same time, that little else was left to bo said about the movement. Ho had not known previously that there'fwas -,aiir eselu sivcncs in connection witli'ilie existing Bat-i main Bowing Club, and such being the case; as custodians of the ratepayers' money and reserve; tlie Council would have to look to it] He then referred to the usefulness of the sportj -and ..tlib, possibility of 'starting a Club which ;would .flourish, and promised it every assist? anee. llefore sitting down, lie read apologies fipm;Al-lerniou J{urjis.;Mesirs. H:: '? Jt ; llyamsl .a...

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Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Woman Items. Miss Cleveland was six months deciding j what to call hor now book. It would havo been just tho samo had it been a baby. [ He : ' I believe if it hadn't been for my money you .would never have married^mo;' ', ' She : | 'If it hadn't been P Could you 'expect it?' They're calling tne recent itoyai marriage another German victory. And somo aro saying Prince Battenborg haB won the Queen's Prizo. A- Brisbane man is sueing his wife for divorce, because she ' hasn't spoken to him for two years. Somo men don't know when they're well off Three thousand pounds were promptly subscribed in London recontly, to aid the ^movement on behalf of thelEnghsh girls in: Belgium. The best aid wealthy English people can give to poor English girls is not to drive thom out of their ovrn , country. Lovely woman has occasionally, a lovely weaknoss. A wealthy young person named Samp son, residing in London, deserted her husband for a circus-rider. Three weeks after, tho noblo equestrian robbed his ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

These facts' show theJresult of 1 education in England: — The. average number of sentences of penal sorvitudo' for the five years ending 1864 was 2800 yoarly ; for tlio four years onaing 1183 it had fallen to just one-half. Sentonces for indictable offonccs for tlio five years preceding 1870 numborod 12,000 annually. In 1883, noMiwitlistanding an inoroaso of population of fivo , millions, it had de- , clincd' to 10,000. ? Tho numbor of persons in penal sorvitudi) in 1870 numborod 11,000. Last yoar thoy numborod 9980. The decrcaso lmd boon mostly in younger criminals. It is rightly claimed that educa tion has wrought this beneficial change.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Metropolitan. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

The Metropolitan. The following remain in for .the great race at Bandwiok. September -22 V-y . ? ' ?r.v-'-:8fc- ' ; ? Welcome Jack ... -.. 9 3 Reginald .... ... ... 9 0 Merlin ?? ' ? T . . .7 f .'.i,8r 12 ;V Tom Brown .'.'U h! :nif ihIi.8;10,-; - , i Moonshee ... 8 .?/ ' Soldier Boy ? ... 8' 2 Kingsdale ... I .O.Aii 7 12 Honeydfcw ... 1 /...m ...- - ... 711; Silver King' 7. .8 Favo ? ? ' ? * ... , ... 7 9 Sloth ? ? '... 7 ' 8 ; ... The- Broker --f.r-Vvi-i i V- - ? 6 Despot- ... !-;?;, 7: 6.. Wing ..i'i ? ; m 1 ' ..in 7 j 4 -.'i' Petronel ... ? ... 7 4 Glen Elgin ...' 1 ''Jl.. /7i,!2 Myles-na-Coppaleon s Brown and Eoso . . . . 1 . .' 1 7 0 ? ? fEspicglo' ? 1 f : - - /; i Vii J - 5 0!-- - Acolyto ' .. ' i'.. 7 0 ;.. Comet ? '..'-'U;' '7 '0 Copra1 .. ..? .11 ..V .. « 10 -; Lord of tho Lake' .. .. 6 10 ; Lord Exeter . . - . . . . ..69 , Happy Thought . l '. I' ' 1'.,.'! 6' 9 ? , Astrooa,.,,., '. Kathleen if'8' 8 oidGoid ? ; 6 8 Coolabah .VllVUWtf TS.'IKmVe i8l' ?' ' . Highland Mary ? .....

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Free Subject or Soldier ? [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Free Subject or Soldier ? The section of j the Australian people who are.olamouring- for -military work might cut this little item but and paste it on their forehead. A recent London paper says : — One of our readers supplies us with the following extract from a letter received by the wife of a soldier serving at Suakim : — 'I wish you could get some one to write to the Press so that the people m Jiingland can see the way we are treated.: 1. Our letters addressed to Suakim go to Alexandra, and are kept there till it suits them to forward them to lis, if I am 'spared to come home. 2. We have received a few. oranges and some tobacco from the National Aid Society, which are. things we could have done well without, and have sent us some undercloth ing, [which we cannot ! buy. 8. The men have such horrible rations — i. e., tinned potatoes, sour bread; and meat the same as bather, the whole impossible to eat, especi ally in the delicate state of health we are in. 4. GJhe men are going off...

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