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The Story Teller. A FOX CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

- The - Story Teller. A FOX CAUGHT IN' HIS OWN TEAl'i Mr. James Fox was tlio junior partner in tlio firm of Plumloy and Fox, the principal Folicitors in the somewhat :dcad-nlivo old Cathcdral.to-wn of Slumborbugh. ,IIc -was a, smart, ?well set up young man, of two or three and thirtv, With' carefiillv trimmed black- whiskers, a silken manner, nnd an unlimited flow of nioro or less entertaining small talk.. Hence it canio: to pass tliat he ?was an exceedingly popular man among the ladies of Slnmborough, both old and young, and, had his views lain in tho direc tion of matrimony, he -would have had small ? difficulty in inducing any bashful damssl or frisky widow to share liis lot. But tho handsome solicitor was ambitious ; his sliaro in. tho business did not at prespiit bring hini in more than a moderate income, and he had long ago determined that when ho . ?mairied lie must considor not only beauty but more solid advantages. Heiresses, however, -were not plentiful in Slumborough, and...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The World's Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

The World's Facts. A fire in Toyama, Japan, on May 20th, destroyed 5,917 houses. The Chinese Government i3 taking mea sures to protect Corea against tho hostile designs of Russia. The total loss by fire in the United States I and Canada during tho month of Juno was £1,550,000. Japan will resume specie payment on the 2st of January next. The Government is issuing convertible notes, and paper money is already on a par with silver. The German Government is preparing a Bill, soon to be introduced into the Reichstag by tho Chancellor, providing for tho exclusion of all foriegners from the thrones of the German Empire. Locust-eating is becoming common at West Chester, Pa. In cooking them the wings and legs are removed, and they are thrown into boiling water for a fow minuteB. They are then transferred , to a frying-pan of hot butter, and cookcd for about ' five minutes. The war on Mother Hubbards, which was so vigorously waged last summer in various parts of America is being renewed in Da...

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

Current Items; ! ^11, jpur lastissue'a, corresiron^pnt signing'; hiinself ' Stockwhip,' 'made a statomont about Theodoro-street which is not correct, and we call hirf'attentipn tp -tho. rniattpi; in tho hope tliatili6''wiil sco his way to ac knowledge his error, as although fworgivo every freedom to correspondents 'signing a '?nom-de-j)lump,', wo. feci it, .our (liitj* to protect thosp whom thoy. -.criticiso :from niisi^]fi'pscntatipns_v..Gur attention having been 'directed to tlio statement alluded to wo made fuUvenquirios, ,aijd /.find^thfit^thp levels of the streot^'cro'iiltero'd of ilio ro quesfc, of residents .thoro , and,,, wifhi tho kiibwlofigo' arid mnciion.'.Qf'j^.'^ino^ inoreovor, by tKq^altemtiohtliVV^J^^siW'cd tlio boi'ough at least £30, Since writing tho abovorwo liavo received a lottor which ap pears in iiriothcr'coluinh^hnd.tstUlV fui'ther bears out tho fact6 wo stato. . / - 'Wo nptipoithat'Mr.pFoi'gjussohj tlio lessep of tlio blithis at Whito Horso Point,' is ' en de...

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

Poetry. SEASONS. I, His Spring! the hedge which ran beside . His father's cottagc door was gay ; ;He was a village boy, bright eyed, - ' .' ?'With snowy blossoms of tlie May. II. Hls Summcr l round his bungalow, . ,. , Tlie lilantaiii with tlic palm would:vie ; . lie ^yas a famous soldier now, ? in .'tropic, grace and greenery. III. His Autumn ! was it not their spring, The wattle's golden wealth of bloom ; The strong man now was mellowing, -Was brought by children to his room. IV. His Winter 1 the old hero stood, . On'cc more beside the boughs' of May ; And snow there was upon the wood, ' But then the blossoms were away. Douglas II. 'W.Sladek

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

Scientific. It is contemplated to use the electric light in Algiers for night work during harvest time, in order to escape tho heat, which is almost murderous for Europeans, and is an obstacle to their carrying on agricultural work. A Frenchman has patonted a process of making butter by passing a current of electricity through milk, thus rendering tno operation oi churning unnecessary- A similar method is to bo used for cheese-making, and to restore ancicnt butter to its original sweetness of flavour. Forest trees are now felled with dynamite A cartridge of tho explosive substance is placed in a channel bored directly under the tree to be operated upon, and when exploded the treo is simply forced up, bodily, and falls intact on its side. In most instances it is found that tho tree is not fractured by the force of the explosion. The nse of natural gas has become so uni versal in the foundries, factories, breweries, etc., of Pittsburg, Pa., that a saving of nearly 40,000,000 bushels o...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Protectionist Association In Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Protectionist Assbciatioh ln Balmain. A meeting of gentlemen interested in tho formation of the abovo Association: was held in Miller's Coffee Palace on Wednes daj. evening. JThqr® was., a, very fair' at-. tbndancej.Tl'^.-'ri Vi'ViOhH 'Mr. G. F. Poole presided, and in his opening reinarks explained that tho object of tho meeting -was to form an association to secure tho return of members of Parlin inent not oniy- Jiaving -protcctionist views bnt'pledged to use1 their vbto and influence to securo tho introduction of a protectivo tariff -when ojiporfcunity should pormit. That( meeting .was tho outcomo of tho lecture: tecontly delivered in tho Seh6bl;bf Arts by Mr. Hoydon, M.P., and it was riot; intended to ..discuss tho question as to. whether freotrade or protection vfwas: best for thc colony, but simply '-to erirol nieni berA of the tissocihtioii, which would discuss tho mode of procedure in committee tind draw up a programme for tho forthcoming election. Ho felt sure that: a largo ...

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

TTho;.jBad . and -WortMflBj A ^ aro Tic'ver Imitated' or counterfeited,' This' is especially true of a family medicine, and it is positiveprdoftlmt the remedy imitated is oi the highest value. As soon as it had been tested, and. prprpdb;.tbc.^f hole .world-that.Hpp.. Bitters was the pnrestj - best-arid most- valuable- family medicine on earth, many imitations sprung ,up and began to steal the notices in iwliicji the press. irad the ^people of the country had expressed ttiVmerits of H.B., and in every way ,trying to induce steering invalids tp use this , stuff inBtMd, exjpecting to makepidriey on' the' credit, and good name of H.B. Many have 'started nostrum's 'put-up. iriliimih'ar style to II. B., with variously devised names in which the '' 'word ' Hdp'Aor ^HopsV .werteTused in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended re-' medics or cares,' no matter what their style of ' name is, qn:l especially those, with the word ';Hpp!'crV lIopa'i...

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

Personal. Bishop Marsden resigns the see of Batli urst. Cardinal Moran left London for Sydney, Soptember 19. The Hon. James White again the largest winner at Bandwick. Admiral Tryon is visiting Thursday Island. Sir Peter Scratchley is liis man Friday. Newcastle will supersede those intellec lectual leviathans— Luscombe and Neville — in the new Parliament. The Victor Hugo celebration at Sydney realised £64, which the Frenchmen handed over to the Sydney charities. Dion Boucicault to be 'picnicked' at Sydney, September 29. The site of festivities is Clontarf, tho spot where Prince Alfred wa3 at tacked. Sir Juluis Vogel intends retiring from politics to lake up commercial work. Having plunged his country into debt, ho is about to make his own fortune. Pope Leo is said to have suddenly changed his policy towards tho Italian Government, by ordering his Hon- an nowspapers to 'speak respect fullv' of it. It looks like the most important move towards conciliation that has been made since Pop...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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St. Augustine's Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

i St.Augustine'sBazaar. i Xotwithsfanding that tho above bazaar has now been opened a fortnight tlie interest taken ' iri it .does not, seem to, wane to the extent -thiit might have bceiivcxpcqteil, aiid' nlthough ele gaiit'aiid attractive exhibits hdvc 'been pur chased and removed from the stalls-thc room has a well-stocked appearance; : Tlie iladics' in- their preparations must have anticipateda large. sale.;4i|)d pwividctT.an abutjilaiit stdek'of beau-, tiful'jjoodsyfor (is the arjiclcs. Hay.e, been cleared^ from tho front they seem to have only .exposed other attractions that had, 'to -lib' iirevio'u'sly' hidden irom. view kOii- acpoiriitrof the crowded State qt'.'thc stalls.:. fl'hoJucky. bags also, nat nfitl|$ti)n-Jit|g tj|e:';iiuii)epnis.-'dii.i.| into; them, XWde by ymnig^nii'd'fild- sedijf to'be 'as full ;of,' onrios as ever, and are still as grp.O t n source^ of attraction, Jt is iint necessary fjij- us . to. r'efeB .tp t.b'e 5?-)ung 'lailies in-lmllinn't attlifc doing ftn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

ALEXANDERS COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., AGENTS, 17 'CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N, SYDNEY. . , . '? ;.:'.r ; ? ?i ? Prints, Dress Goods, Muslins, ? Gloves, .,E,uchings, :.aiicL the tlio'usaB.d and one necessaries of ' Spring.' ' !, i - 1 Thirty per Cent. 'Better Value thain any other House in Sydney. The Palace close to RailwayBtation.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 (Before Mr. W. Johnson, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Balmain Police.: Court. Friday, Sept. 1.8 ! i (Before Mr. W. Johnson, D.S.M.) : R. ;U. Miller, 'bakor, waa charged, with bhSirigJin Kis pewsession j9 ifqurr'pdurid tiri loaves of instiHicj(orit wpighty rind wria fffiietl '£11 os witli 2Gs Cd cosls^ V ^ W. Dance, was also charged with having 24 loaves in his possession which wero not full weight, and was fined £12 -3s v,-ith 20s :6d cbsts.'''7' * '- VZ~ '* v' /i' 'T ¥.::? h jThpse eases .werd..furthbr instances of :tbb trials for fancj' bread, which tho bakors. of Sydney and ,8.ubiirbs\lrivyo allrtdpng.cbri tbrided Shobld riot 13o expected to wbigli full weight . after- boingdriod -.up-into - crust. ? .Whon tiio inspector visited Mr. D|ancp's bakery thero wero [somo 100 loaves to pick' .from, _nnd,.althpugh...ho.;.w.oighed...a.gueat. .numbpr, lie . coidd ^only find any of light weight ariiqng) tlio''- fancy bread, six batch loaves in olio instVificb weighing half a pound j.tqoTmuch. r .Di , Mi'.; Millers! estab Ii8hmcnt';tlie.loaves ...

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

Local Sporting. Tlio first meeting in connection with tlio Buliiinin Regatta. Coimnitteo was held in tho School of Ai'tsron -Monday liiglit, but thero was : not a largo attondhnco, tho only gpntlomen prosont boing:— Captain Broom field (in the chair), Messrs. . Qurtis, P, J. Smith, J, MiuiViay,' J.', Miicdonald1 and J. Einser. Lettors of apology for absonco wero read from ' Messrs. I.' : Storoy (lroasurer) and It. \V. Thallon (Secretary); nnd tho liittbr oxprossodliis innbilitj* to hold tho offico of Seerotarj' for :,thp:' forthcoming: rogatta. Mr. J. Macdonaid was elected to position vacated by Mr. Tliallon, nnd tlio latter gentleman to the' offico of Treasurer. Tho list of oflieers and Committeo was then roviscd, and n programme committee was oleetcd, Tho gentlcnion prosent woro of opinion tliat a maiden eightraco should bo placed in tlic programmo this year, as some fivo clubs wero likely to bo represented in such a rnco. Mr. Curtis also advocated the arranging of a four-oar race...

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MONDAY, SEPT. 21ST. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

; I.» ;?MoXDAY, SEPiv;21ST/': f j 'i (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) ' ?3yilliiiin.:'lH$nryTSt6^y,:'%ppeo^-r6h :.'o- wan-ant, charged with neglecting to pay the sum 'of £21, duo On 'an order of Court, for tho support . of i his 'wife Anne Storey. To bo imprisoned until order of Court be coniplied with. . ^'o tor Tancrpd,\f or being jlrunk:and ilisi Wderiyiri'EUiott, '«''as'!firied '4(js0r'7 days.1 ' James Farroll, for being drunk in Dar lingistrcet,; was fined' 10s or 2 days. Revina; Jones, for using indecent lan guage in Coulter-strcot, was -fined £3 or :two:months. .' : ' John Glennon, who surrendered to his bail, appeared in Court iii^ari' extrbiiioly drunken condition. Ho was charged with being, drunk rin yinccnt-lane. .''^Remanded'- ' until -Wednesday; ? -- ... . . „ ., DEBTS. ' ' Suriimei's 'v.' 'Mackenzie. — This was an ^action to recover rent to .the amount of £8 lis. Mi;. Reeder, solicitor, appeared for thq plairitift', Mr. Kpmpthprne J'or vthq sdc Wdarit'; - In liisi week's 'Co...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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NLCHOLLS' CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

- NICHOLLS' CASE. TO TlIE EDITOIt. . ' Sin,— Having seen in your paper the report of the Inspector of Nuisances, concerning a case brought against me by him, also, the re marks of the Mayor, wherein he characterised it as a miscarriage of justice. I should' like to pnblish the facts of the case, 'which are these : The Inspector brought me a summons, charging me with having dirty premises : I asked him to point out tome tlie miisaiico lie complained of, as the suihiiions did'Tiof state where or wliat it consisted of. He refused to tell me, although I insked him a great number of times. The next day 1 went, to his ollice and demanded to know whereabouts on my property the nuisance whs that I was then summoned: for.- He then said that it was in a lane at the back.of my yard. I told him, the lane did not belong, to me. He said I understood it did ; so when the ease was tried, to get over 'the';difliculty lie swore the.HKisnnec was inside, the fence in iny yard ; but in cross-examination...

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

Miscellaneous. Typhoid is, raging in Fijv ,'t i i*»iV Bich gold found at the old Ophir. ? ' : 1 San Francisco mail to be continued. T , ,, . Queensland has purchased two splendid diamond drills for £3000. : - The European cables are tobe reduced in January — from puff to substance. . The new Sydney Water Supply Scheme lias cost up to tho present 1J millions. The Victorian gunners who , mutinied are to go to gaol, so the Full Court says. .p- , '. Victoria has 885 mounted riflemen and Queensland has over 4000 possum-shooterB. Jumbo lias been Killed. We bad hoped . it had only beon a commercial — ring manipulator. The melting of the snow on the New South Wales ranges caused a heavy rise in the Murray, and floods wero feared about Albury. The electric falsehood fabricator states ? that the British Government is recommending Spain ; . to accept tho arbitration proposed by Germany. , The Magdala Gold Mining Company, ? whose shaft, 2513 feet, is among the doepest in' the world, has Leen wo...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Wit & Humour. ' Take away woman,' asked a writer, ' and what would follow?' We would. Give us some thing harder next time. ? A bicycle club in Hungary is called 'Budaposther Kerekpir-Egyesnolet.' Whenever a member takes a header, he lays it to tho name. 'Yes,' says Mrs. Parvenu, ? we have taken a shattoe on Maria's account — she's 26, you know— and we will entertain in as hospital style as any of the others.' When a subscription was raised for Fox, somebody said it was a delicate subjeot, and won dered how Fox would take it. . ' Why, quarterly, to be sure 1' said George Selwyn. Mr. Commissioner Kerr has defined the meaning of the term ' bankruptcy ' thus — when a man owes a lot of money, and a lawyer and an accountant divide the estate between them. ' Is the man honest ?' asked old Hyson. 'Honest as the day is long,' was the reply. ' Ye-es.' said old Hyson ; ' but then ho won't do at all. I want him for a night-watchman.' ' You have played the deuce with my , heart,' said a ...

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

Woman Items. Mrs. Hampson has again had to contra dict a rumour that sho had fallen in love with, and was about to marry, a fellow-passenger. The action of a Grafton bench in sending a mother to gaol for three months for punishing a daughter created cons derabloexcitomentin Sydney, and the Government havo been interviewed on tho matter. In the recent election in Woodstock, Eng land, which resulted in the return of Lord Randolph Churchill, hiB wife conducted hiB canvass, and proved irresistible with the voters to whom she paid assiduous court. The accomplished Queen of Italy occasion ally writes theatrical critiques, which she does not sign, for the Gazette di Parma. Ono of lier col leagues of tho pen detected, as ho thought, tilt august clitic in a flagrant plagiarism, and indicated the work from whence the incriminated article bad boon copied. Tho Queen retorted by'proving that she herself was the authoress of tho work, which had beon published two years before. Worth, the famous P...

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

Special Advertisements: ' i l; | Vacoiiiatioii. i }:} ; ! BK. OWEN F. S. EVAKS, Government ;, Vaccinator, .Vaccinates every Tuesday nhflVTliftrsflay at'2'!10 'p.m., n't ' his residence, Darling-road, Balmain.. ... r. DENTISTRY. t «, , — ? ?; f .... TO THE ^INHABITANTS OF I5ALMAIN * -AND NEIGHBOURHOOD; ' ' Ladies and gentlemen.— Wo have thC|pleasure to announce that we have opened a branch of our well known' establish ment o£ 18:\Vyfiyartl Square at ^ J Balmoral House, Darling-slreet, }J; 1 ?: : ; BALMAIN.. .?'! h} Adjoining the'1 site', of the 'new: Court .and Post Office, under the management of : 5 ''?- -'iMR; CHAS:- DAV1S;;L.D.S: ' Late assistant Dentist to the London Hospital. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Complete Set, upper and lower... . £T... 7s Od Single Tooth \ .J1& Od Vtomiing ....... ...... 7s,- (id Extractions ,Vi v.:. Iii. v..;. 'o 2k'.- Cd ( jlloifrs of [ Atteinlaiice-!— 8 V» ;,lj Jit*,? p.m.', (i to S'p'm.ySnturdays 1 to 8 p!m. Also by appointment. -' ?] } j )\ ; ' ADOLP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

J. BOOTH & co. TIMBRR MERCHANTS, ,-t balmain steam saw mills and JOINERY WORKS. Eta '2 \Wice ? £fA.ii2\t£A.IN* Town Dwot: Market AViiarf, 8XDNKT. N.B.— Ever/; description of .Timber, ' Doors Sashes,; .Oalvsnisr.d Corragatcd Iron, Turn eiy, &c., always. on hand., 1 . ! - : . A. BURNS, WHOLESALE AND; RETAIL ? ?/; Timber Merchant and Importer, ; : ' -.Has; on hand and to miV», at whbl^la ' prices:— DRESSED, FLOORING, LINING, and WEATHERBOARDS BALTIC DEALS, 9 and II x 3 . . ?' OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER AMERICAN SUGAR i PINE and RED ' WOOD DOORS all eizct AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and '? ' SHELVING' ? KAURI FLOORING and Undresced Timber . all sizes, ? ' j. : ;V : !'?: ; HEAD OFFICES I / ' 22; EBSKINE-STBifeET. JAMES HYDE & SONS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS Manufacturers of Cast and Wrought Iron Garden S.:ats. Balcony Columns and ralifailiii,-.', Wattr Pipes, An. - All ST03 if Truck and Harrow Wheels, al ways on-haml. CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS, Wos...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

The Working Mon's Rowing Club meet ing, held on Monday last, was the scene of a- little disagreement 's regards Sabbatar ian yioyrs wbich it|wpUl(Vlinye been welL'to have avoido'd; Tlio'uieelingiiad been called, to consider. and. adopt, a code xof. rules,, anil withiio : Maj'or (Mr.-J. ; Gnnavil.L'MiE'.A.) presiding, everything 'wentsmootlily enough until elauso 17 was. reached. .The clauso; reads thus ' ' No boat' to' lie out later than one hour after sundown; and not later than 12'30 (noon) on Siuiday- without per mission of the captain.' The chairman boing against anything- thatf'will- tend to desecrate tho Sabbath^' especially 'dining divine rrservico, '8uggestod~ an alteration?' of,;tho frulo anil ;thel laying out.«f:thc Sunday boating, but finding the_ .majority, in tho room id.fayOTioIjthe iiilpl.hp' /gayoL way to tho extont 'of tislcing that the, hour, for closing should bo 10'30, so that no boat-' ing should be camod on during divine scr- ' vice, i lie vfaa siipporfed'jn . ...

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