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Libelling Mr. Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

T , ?infilling Mr. Gladstone. An English adventurer named Boydell, residing in Vienna, endeavoured to levy blackmail to the extent of £300 on Mr. Gladstone, by threatening to disclose a private scandal in which the late Premier would appear to considerable disadvantage. Mr. Gladstone handed the matter over to the London police, and through the Austrian Ambassador, Boydell was arrested and committed. Ten or fifteen years would be a just sentence for such infamy.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bold Soldier Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

A Bold Soldier Boy. Captain Mulholland of the N.S.W. Con tingent was distinctly charged by Mr Suttor in the Sydney ' Assembly with 'great cowardice. Mr Suttor said the Arabs at a distance of two and a half miles were firing recklessly at the zareba : occupied by the N.S.W. troops,', when Captain Mul holland to avoid any stray shot, went down on his hands , and knees and crawled on his stomach. Mr. Robert Wisdom, on hearing the statement, humorously interjected that the officer was only retiring on his flank, and the fighting Luscombe said he was only going for cartridges. The Govern ment have intimated their intention of inquiring into the matter.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Sporting Mems. Blink Bonny and Lord Wilton are not lamo. Lord Wilton continues first favourite for the Caulfield Cup. Blink Bony's owner has taken £10,000 to £800 re tho Caulfield Cup. Maitland sportsmen walked on witn about £5000 by Prince Imperial's win. The owner of Commotion has been anti cipated by a bookmaker in tho botting market. Thunderbolt, the N.Z. crack, is said to have. a bad heel — which is a good betting ruse. The £100 pedestrian contest at Newcastle between Bailey and Dunn was easily won by the former. A glimpse of the great Newstead has not won unrestrained praise from tho best Victorian tipsters. It is said. Ellis is to be first horseman in the Hon. James White's Btable, vice Hales, ner voutly unfit. ; In his finish in the County Purse with Prodigal, Coolabah hurt himself, and was not able to. appear in the run off. Malua is; to go to the stud before return ing to the turf. In that case,' he'll soon return to the stud when ho gets on the turf. F. Dicker Hamilton, t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

War Items. Russians officers are drilling the Coreahs; It is said 25,000 men were slain by the British in the Egyptian war. . ; 7 . More than 4000 human bodies in and about Khartoum remain unburied. Canada gave a national reception to the returning troops who so quickly crushed tho Half bred rebellion. ; On the fall of Khartoum, all the women were spared and sold as slaves, the most beautiful being resorved for the Mahdi. It is said the Kassala garrison in a recent sortio, slew 3000 men. That's all. The garrison didn't lose a man. That's tall; The defaulter's sheet of the Royal Horse Guards, from their departure for Egypt to their return to London does not show a single entry. Scotland for the tenth time in'succession won the International Challenge Trophy. Ireland was last. If tho practice woro altered from an English target to a landlord, then you would seo ? scoring. - | General de Gourcy commanding the j French forces, is at variance with liis government | as to tho Annam Insurr...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Frisco Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

'Frisco Mail Service. New Zealand is endeavouring through the astute Vogcl to humbug tho Australian colonies, ro the Pacific Mail Servive. Vogel wants Maori-, land to be the terminal station, with a branch line to Sydney, for, which the latter is to to pay £7000 per year. The, service is however likely to bo con tinued after certain negotiations. The colonies can't afford to lose this American Mail Service, as it brackets Australia on to' a new and not an'old world. -? : . ? ? . . ~ ' .

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

Political. I . Victoria is governed by a Sunday law nearly 200 years old. It is stated Gordon slew ten men before he fell mortally wounded. The Bathurst hotel proprietors have united with' tho Sydney Association for defence purposes in the coming election. Dunning, the theatrical man, is before . the Melbourne Court for wages. The ohorus have been dunning him for some months. , Mr. Gossett, 49 years Sergeant-at-arms, in the House of Commons, recently resigned, and got a vote of thanks and a pension for his services. It was reported in London that Russia intended inflicting a heavy poll-tax of £10 on every foreigner remaining in the country over fourteen days. The federation swindle goes ahead. Wait till the freo people of Queensland find Victoria tightening the buckle. Then there'll bp yells some where. , The Opposition in the Sydney Parliament who are hoping to work the elections soon to come on, are to be composed of Parkesites and Temper ancites. The patent laws of . New South Wa...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A Huge Law Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

r! ' 'A Huge liaw. Suit. Sydiiey-Supreme Court is now en -/- ''gaged with one of the most important suits yet heard;, i,n Australia. It* is brought by gtfi^BSrik^f N. S. Wales against the Hon. / G.i R. :Dibbsj Colonial l\easurer for breach i ..of agree.nent 'in re the floating of loans. The,Bank avers, in their declaration tha; ; jtliey became tlie bankers of the Governmen and among other duties they were to cause to be negotiated any loan duly authorised by them ; and, further, that it was agreed that plaintiffs were to have one quarter per cent, commission up to £1,000,000, and one eighth per cent, on all above that amonnt ; and that in persuance of such agreement the plaintiffs negotiated , portion of a loan of is)000!0*3) namely, to the amount of £3,000,000, and were always willing to carry out the agreement in its entirety. And defendant wrongfully withdrew the authority given to the plaintiff's, who thus lost the percentage to which they were en titled, and also the profits wh...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE WEEK'S EVENTS. Chasing the Devil. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

' I ' THE WEEK'S EVENTS. « xrrkT/t A T!' ? ' ' A In 'the' Water Police Court, Sydney,1 ..September ii, Robert Skinner, Wontner, »'^ari!iOsborne, ?! and Fredihan Silber, mem . bers of the; Salvation Army, were charged '.-:;,witb:.having behaved: in a riotous manner l; ! in: Oxford-street', Paddington, onthe night ii ^.theastinstant. . Skinner did not appear, ''^^enior-conktable Blackburn deposed that — on~the-date mentioned, at about 8.15 p.m., im:-) i- thev/three-: defendants; before the Court, in ' cbmpany with skinner, were running up and . 'down 'Oxford-street, shouting out at - ? the -'top 'of; their' voices, * Catch him ; stop '7/ 'jKiffii'hold/ftiim ithere was about So per sons, 'chiefly of the larrikin class, following — . H J 1 iarid: they 'were; creating great con sMicfusion ; ? witnesses's attention was drawn to the uproar by several residents of Padding , ? ' Hon . subsequently he went to the Salvation ,i--, niArmy Barracks, and tpolc the names of the :'-( 'defendants ; '...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A Released Italian Priest. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

A Released Italian Priest. It appears from accounts just to hand that General Wolseley paid £ loo for the secret release of the Italian priest, Father Banoni, a prisoner with the Mahdi, and in return he furnished the British war autho rities with valuable information. Regard-, ing Olivier Pain, Father Banoni says When I was in Obeid, August last, there entered the town one day a little French man, about 35 years old.. His beard was scrubby and carroty. I was ordered to examine this strange man's papers. - I found i. passport; with 'Olivier Pain ; profession, hommes de lettres.' His Arabic was very imperfect, but he would invariably try to speak in that tongue. He was dressed a la dervish. He always passed us by without the slightest recognition and even if saluted he neither returned the compliment nor spoke. When addressed by a European, if he replied at ail, it was in bad Arabic He remained at Obeid 10 days, and then went to join Mahomet Achmet at Rahat. He then went to Shat, and ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Dr. Maxwell, the Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

Dr. Maxwell, tlie Murderer. Maxwell, the murderer of Preller, who was arrested in Auckland by cable direc tions from San Francisco, was interviewed by a great crowd at Honolulu who wished to sketch his outline. Maxwell, for a time, took the interview quietly at first, but at last gave in, and requested them to remove him. The two officers, in whose custody Maxwell is, take it in turns of six hours each, night and day; to watch their prisoner.

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

| ^ I1: . :;.Ti ? ! — ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ? - :i-'' ' V-r.-' Ii ! ° ' : ;v ^ i ; j :j; : ^ydiw;;;S€^tcmbiry::i9riji^i385;] f s- ' '' t !?;??? :l! 'i-. tno in'r a -»i{« i»i i i j;..... I,,,,, i,,,:.! ,,i I , ,,,]1;;r:!,„ i '} ?? V | /It |s;ji{st.A8iicv3re4rs since I ]_? inaugurated 1?lie ) Annual' Sales/ 1 wliicliiliayc' been so '-widelywHinbiwn '.an^'^yordMy.spoKmiOf,! HM .it 'aflioi^Is me pleasure to tmQounce'my^tii- '?A-mMiji.'l . iVi'c/i'1'' I !!'; ,f'iv/ j Witli jregai'd to these Annual Sal^S, I wish it to ^ be distinctly ..understood itlaat ^they i are not 'got . uji for .tlie purjJOse'of quitting o^ Avitliout desiring in any. way to be selfr-lrmdatdry/.Ii.ca^ safely' ;say]it;fe^l^nb^ Largest iietail Trade in the Australian Colohies and therefore it will be patent to everyone 'that an acctniiulation of Stoct is;^ almost^ ^aninTjjossibiiity^^ !] f i; 'J. : f ' - ; ? In .every instance the/30 Sales .haYi;; beeii held simply , to inak^ .for Large and ^e^lai' Shipments of Sjpring: nncl Summe...

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The Story Teller. WHY MRS. VANDELEUR MARRIED AGAIN. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

The Story Teller. ? ?WHY MES: YANDBLEUR MAJJBIEDi ' oi- ;m\. 'i : AGAIN. : ' '' j . [CQXTIXUED.] j A couple i of years. passed, and old Ever-! sleigli 'wns gathered to liis fathers. ?? His; liiceo Clara, as was generally . expected, inherited tlie greater part of- liis money,; -tho residue boing left to old servant*, poor, rclatioiisp' and' tli(5 flloinc: for- lost :-logs. Yundfclcur, meanwhile, had suffered .severely | froiii intermittent attacks of D. T., rlieu ?jnutic' gout, nnd .''.general debility, which, . ' coiiihined with tho pressure of circumstances ! hud ; made him n comparatively reformed character, Hp was, indeed, a mere wreck of his former self; his lungs wero gone, his . liver had sustained, nn abnormal ilovolop- . mcnt, and his constitution was finally ; §hatt«red.^c13ut' still, as his:fcw friends 'rcniiirked,* he' kept going, and was really a^w.pndci:, ^considering what, he had. gono; ?throughT''-' '- In due jooursp tlio quondam husband and; wife liict,' for Vandole...

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

The Bad and Worthless ? ... are never imitated or counterfeited, This is especially true of a . family medicine, and it is jvosuiye proof that tho remedy imitated is of ; , .h'Shrat value. As Boon as it . had been jested and prored by the wholo world that Hop 'liters was the purest, best and most valuable iamiiy medicine on earth, many imitations _v.u'S up and began to steal the notices in men the press and tho people of tho country »u expressed : the merits of H.B., and in every ..frying to induceauffering invalids to use this exPc°ting to make money on the and good name of H.B. Many have w b ?'stru®8 P«t up in simlliar style to «.'« . var'ously devised names in which ? wnv jV0.r^,' H°p' °r ' Hops' wero used in a . induce people to believe they were the n,o a- as P Bitters. All such pretended re mcaies °r cures, no matter what their style of ' hLi1 1 a?.:\ tC8PeoiaI1y thoso with tho word or , °1-8' in 'heir name or in any imit ?.onnooted with them or their namo, are t!!,, . or voum...

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

Roundabout Remarks. ' [By a Lady.] Tho Primato, in -*rncefully rotiring from a- contest for a soat in tho Sonuto, hns shown a prudonco which, under tho circumstances, «is uioro than valour. Tho dvoad lost Dr. Barry's ecclosiustical inlluoiicos should bo unduly brought to boar on tho management and conduct of tho University raised a strong spirit of opposition to tho election of a nrolato. Tho University is to bo kept puro from sectarianism, and it would bo expocting too much of even the liberal and enlightened Bishops to believo it possible for u zealous anddovoted churchman toforogo tho opportunity which tho Sonutorship m tlio clnof spat of learning presents of ad vnncing pre-eminently tho interests and powor of his own bolovod doxio. Tho rival candidates of tho Primato aro not to be congratulated on their manner of seeking to oust him from a contest for honors thoy covet for tliomsolves. Tlioy have exhibited in their fear of Dr. Barry's donomination alisin a bigotry they profess t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

^TQTOslfF TriE DAY. Despite the war-like London cables which still come along to this country from the puny telegraphic plenipotentaries of the Australian ..daily press,, the prospects of 7 jbbntjntted pejacein Europe is assured. Ibis ,M,icdn4iti6n of'knaics is not satisfactory merely as bearing on existing difficulties, but it has the additional and more significant im nnrf.arino it.Vlflt. f.llfi fi oil tin IT flftVfl of EurOD0 r 'arejjpassibg . away. Man. is growing taller L ^..Ivery}day. The cobbler/is nearly as good as the king ; just as'ih an inverse way, on Australian soil, the Governor is equal to his shoemaker. Too many letters telling of better times, happier days, and greater free dom, pass between Britons, Germans, Italians, Austrians, and Frenchmen, settled in America and Australia, and their country-: men at home, to allow, of kings, or their puppets sacrificing ,f thousands of lives in f-the cursed work of war. . . Man is beginning ..to breathe more freely ; he has str...

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

: £;.sAJSrTHONY HORDERM & SONS ? PALACE EHyCgQIFbXTTrM:, (ON LY). i BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. : Prints, Dress Goods, Muslins, Gloves, ' EucMngs, .thousand ^ vtiSt :ca^ .iaecessaries of Spring. ;v; I : Thirty per Cent. Better Value than any other House in Sydney. ' ?* TMe Pafee^ Emporiiim/Haymarket; close to Railway Station. Thomas Clark, PLUMBER ' AND ' GASFTFTER, . EVANS. S^EEET, . 1 Near, Slaiisficid Street, Balmain; ? License;! ' to lay oii Water and Ghs. Ordei's 'i . X'uiictiinlly attended to. _^j Terms' Strictly Moderate.' ' W. F; Skeltonij PRACTICAL MACHINIST &&EAft . ; ? vi.. t v;: '. . ? ?' ''?? lf/1 ? :: ? ii'!.'! j , ' i'.'J J I, V^l'l .i.t, fi.f „ . -f, Kepiiirs .done :tu -f lticycies, ' Se.win'g J'Maehiiies',^ ^'/'Lock's, s'rb uiis' - -?«-* ;? ' PXJBX.IO: ^OTibE.; r ? lTicli61s6]i:ani;Go'^; PIANOS ? MK8S1SK. XICirOLSOX. fc-'CO.^lieg to mfonn the: residents; of lialmain and district, that. « ,-?«?»..«? « . Mr. Leslie, of Darimg-street, JS THIUU r. So...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN FERRY BOATS. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 19 September 1885

BALMAIN FERRY -BOATS. (To the Editor.)   Sill. — Kindly allow me space in your valu-: able journal to ventilate a grievance .against the proprietors of the , boats plying, between Bald , Dock and. 'liwkine-strcut.. ,1 .travpl iu tlie 8.15 boat froni Sydney, paying eighteen pence for' a Weekly ticket.. 0;( Monday inbrn liij'l hni'ipbned to be a : qnarter of an hour late, and I was charged by the ' ticket-taker' two 'shillings for my ticket, although I ex-., plaliied to'hlin that it was an unusual thing ' for me to miss my regular iboat, and that I would lie travelling by the 8.15 steamer for the rest of the week, except I had tlie mis fbrfiiuerto.niiss hei;,agaiii.'; 'Sii',,i I'thliik wheii] a:cbtupahy are coiiiing money; inid pretend to' be so part'ieula^abput.thp boat you. travel, by, and treat their eustbinor.^ like a hit of paiipbi's, it -is -high time that,- wo,-' had opiHisition .to ? jiroveiit. .' Ithein :? having- tlie -. niorioimly: They; ..certainly , treat, .t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

TOPICS OF THE DAY. ??'?v The political wheel talces swift turns. ' ' ',But a few years ago, Spain was in the em braces of Germany, and was proffered a king. Now Spain is fitting out a second Armada to protect her colonies from her quondam friend. The first offer of Ger many to provide a king provoked a terrible -? war with France, which cost thousands ot men's lives. To-day Germany, by her act = 'j'; ; ; in dealing with the Spanish colonial posses , sions, would seem to be bent on fresh ex ploits of war. That Britain appears in clined to support Germany and discourage Spain is not surprising. England is in terested with Germany in maintaining the monarchical or military system in Europe, ? 'whjch makes man a rifle-bearer , and nothing France is regarded, as a common . '^vefa%riy, and Spain, who ten years hence will :'^?alsb be republican, is placed in the same category. France is America in Europe, and, in her huge development, is teaching the awakening intelligence of men that the ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Along the Homeward Route. "ON THE DEEP BLUE SEA." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Along the Homeward Route. ' OX THE DEE!1 JII.UE SEA.!' TBv A. G. F.l But now wo aro entering tho critical straits of Babohnaudol) which will usher us into tho sacred waters of tho Red Sea. liitbehmmdob is tin ominous word — or rather compound word— for it menus ' gnto ,.i' fairs'' an il was so called from tho grout number of ships which woro wrecked on its coasts. Tho straits aro only somo lti or ?JO miles wide, between Africa and Arabia, ami thoro nuiy bo soon horo nnd tlioro wrecks of vessels, which tiro moro sugges tive than pleasant. Tlio enormous amount of traffic of Into years along this routo has, however, moro clearly defined tho course, and danger, consequently, is greatly reduced. Ilorc wo aro fairly witlun tho famous Red Sea, and wo lean ovor tho bulwarks and try to realise our situation. Tho Red Sea is first mentioned in tho Book of Exodus, on tlio occasion of tho passage of tho Israelites. The Greeks in early (lavs gavo tho liaino Bed Sea to tlio wholo of tho Indian Occ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

MAr«AttlAlj Fevek.— Malarial fevers. con stipation, torpidity o£ the liver nu'd kidneys. general debility, nervousness and neuralgic ailments yield readily to this {fi'cat disease con queror, American CoY-Hop Bitters; , Itrcpairs the ravages of disease by converting tho food into rich blood, and it gives new life and vigour to the aged and iniirm. See. Thomas Clark, PLUMBER AND GASFITTER, EVANS STREET, Near Mansfield Street, l?almnin. ; s Licensed to lay 011 Water and Gas.'1 Orders' l'linctunlly attended to. Terms Strictly Moderate W. F. Skelton, 1 PRACTICAL MACHINIST BEATTIE STREET, BALMAIN.'' ltcpaini done lo allkiiids-ofLightMachiuoryy Bicycles;* Sowing.; Machines.'1' Locks;.1' Guns' etc. ' Rugby Township. £3 LOTS. HAWKESBURY DISTRICT. Between ' the haavkesbury Iir\'EB nnd. tlio Ifain Trunk Lino'of Railway irom Sydnoy to Ncwcttstlo, OFFEES 10 ALL CLASSES or SOCIETY A SPLENDID INVESTMENT. To, the Speculator. ' , ' ? - A* boon* us tlio ?. Railway is fiiiisliod,xtho ' land will .bo ...

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