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Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Church Services for Tomorrow.., X \V: EAST BALMAIN. St, Mary's, Church of England — Morning, n, Kcv. M. Arclulall, M.A. Evening, 7, „ St. Augustine's, Roman Catholic Mass, 7'3o and 11 a.m., Dc.in Leonard ( Presbvterian Church, Campbell-street — v ' tN Morning, ii, Rev. Ji Coslt, M.A. ?? .?-, '^.VA Evening,'/ \ iV\\ -? !i Congregational' Cnuncn— ' - J ' ? ?? Morning, it, Rev. A. G._Fry ? Evening,' 7, ,. WESLEvANiCHURCu,,Dnrlinir:Strectr 1 Moi'lling, xi, Kev. R. C;i!(lwbll. Evening 7, Mr. T. Feather. - WEST BALMAIN. St.- Thomas', Chnrcli of Engiaud — ;; ? % : ; '' Morning! ni Mission Services. ' / ' ' '''?'Evening, 7, ' '** ' ,, ' ' '' ' St. John's Church ot England. l!irchgrovc-;r(l - Morningi'n, Rev. E.'J. Sturdeo. % ij | Evensong, 7:30, ...» V, ./' .'; St. Josephs Roman Catholic— - r-; Mass; 8 arid 10, Father T, O'Reilly * — 'Vespers; 7,' ? St. Paulas,. Presbyterian— ? ? V l- ! '7 Morning,, ii, ReV.tG.- Griin'ii 'V - -; i'; ? Evening, 7, : ? ? ? - Subject — 'The Conquest of BaBhan-...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A £7000 Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

A £7000 Fraud. A late Adelaide telegram states : — A warrant has boen issued for tho arrest of Honry A. Wood, accountant of tho Adelaide Insolvency Court and Public Trustee. Tho extent of his defalcations is noarly £7000. Tho fraud was committed within a comparatively recent period, as his accounts were audited a year ago. A warrant has also been issued for the arrest of a woman named Kato Barnet.t on tho same charge as that against Wood — namely,, embezzling. It appears that a woman named Mary .Brian, died some time ago, leaving property to the value of £8600, also a will unsigned. Consequently tho invalid estate passed into the hands of Wood, as Public Trustee, and hero the complicity of tho woman Barnett commenced, the allegation being that sho passed herself oil as tho next of kin of Mrs. Brian. On tho strength of this affirmation, she negotiated an order on ono of tho local banks, gotting a draft of £0300 on Melbourne. The followiag day sho drew tho romaining £2000. Sho left fo...

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

Correspondence. 'rb the editor. DkAii Sir, — If there is!one thing , I like to sec in the conducting of a newspaper it'is im partiality, nnd for the purpose of clearing up what may be n.falsc impression with regard to yOjir reporf'-of ' tlie local Police Court last Friday I would ask why you omitted to men tion that Messrs. Dance nnd Miller, bakers, were lined for selling short weight' bread, anil thus robbing the poor men of Balmain. You put the names of the unfortunates /who get i drunk iti your paper without mistake. . Why liot serve the weight 'defaulters the same way'.' You are thus only doing -your duty to the public' who look to your paper for n reliable report. Yours, &c., A VICTIM. _ [ We opeiiingly admit our . error in not pub lishing the cases referred to by our corres pondent. and excuse ourselves under the plea' that we have just taken a stranger on to report, and the report, which- was in type prior to receiving 'Victim's' letter, now appears iu our police news...

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

Parliamentary Perquisites. Ninian Melville, M.P., indignantly repudiated the charge of corruption brought againBt him by the Only M'Elhone. He didn't see why, as a member of Parliament, he shouldn't receive payment for any work he did in that capacity, as agent for any body who'.might choose to purchase al' of his political — influence. Of course, allow sueh a precedent to obtain, the principle would be capable of ex tended application,. Polilioal jobbery would run rampant, and -all the political influenco saleable would bo at tho oommand of the biggest money bags. This is about tho atraightest plea for payment of members possible. If you don't pay for work done in your service, your Bervaat will pay himself. The present . system is merely a syBtem of seatreserva tion1 for retired merohantB and squatters. Protection carried to its extreme limit. The poor mariis dis franchised, as he at present has only thfr'- very dubious privilege of electing one of many of his political opponents ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Working Men's Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Balmain Working Wen's Row ing Club. A meeting of this club' was held at tho Town Ilall on Monday evening, for tho purpose of electing oflieers. In tho abscnco of tlio Mi lyo'r, it was proposed by Mr. West and seconded by 'Mr. Eorgusson thiit- Aid. Buchanan should tako tho chair. Sir. liuchnnan said tho first business to bo at tended to was tlie enrollment of niombers, tliat tho new members might bo in a position to tako part in tho election of ollicers. [At this period of the proceedings tho Mayor (Mr. Garrard) appeared and took the chair.] Tho .enrollinpnt , of. input: bers liimng lipeii pof|plu|lp(|, t]|o pntiro list WM'Pim liy flie Hop, Sae, pro., torn., TUo t'ulcs of flip 8oi)ipty were then goiio tJivough wrintim, slight nUomtious being wndo i^\ rnnio of the riilos, Jiulo 4 being altered tho extent of admitting honorary lhpiiibprs for ah nitntiiil subscription of £l Is, Eulo 17 produced ii, warm discussion, Mr.QaTOTU,;'Mr.' AWonnnn, Clubb, nnd Mr. G, Jiilhiiin boing desirous to ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Political. Victoria is desirous of limiting her New Guinoa contribution to five years. Just as we expected. The Victomn emissaries formed an Aus tralian Natives Association at Mudgeo last week. It won't grow. Mr. Henson, the temperance man, was returned with a large majority for Canterbury, in the Sydney Parliament. To support the Protectionist principle, Victoria recently paid £9000 more for a dredge than one could be imported for. The Salisbury Government disavow any compact with Parnell, but have decided on a mea sure of Home Bule for Ireland. Mr. A. J. Biley, of Biley Brothers, the famous £5 bale people, will contest Queanbeyan for a seat in the Sydney Assembly. Mr. Varney Parkes made a capital liberal speech at his nomination ; he appears, however, to be bracketed on to a party that is not liked in New South Wales. Mr. R. Muray Smith, the Victorian Agent General resigns. No man deserves better of his colony than Mr. Smith, who has been a persistent and capablo representative. H...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Creed of Oleomargarine. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

The Creed of Oleomargarine. A contemporary considers Drs. Creed and Mac kellar the only two names of consequence in the recent additions to our museum of politioal non entities. 'Tis well to believe one's Creed, and some will continue to believe it in spite of all freethought people. Dr. Creed was a member of one Parliament's standing, during which period he made the thoroughly original and startling proposition that the operations of the lying-wire should be ex tended for the purpose of apprising us daily of the state of the London butter market. This is all he did that Parliament, and truly enough to immor talise any _ man of moderate ambition. However Dr. Creed is a man of large practical sense, and is worker. He will probably do good service.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

H. ROSENBERG, Practical Tailor', London Clothing Hall, | 9', Market Street, Sydney, i ; Has just Opened jjlU, JA! New Shipment : r-,,- of i; ; patterns -*?-'- ivt tho Lowest Prices. .. ; l^lt GriaaraixteedL. W~ ANTIC IJ, — LAUN DRESS, two days in t he week. References required. Mrs. ?Tns. 11. lOlliott. Curtis- mail. linliiiaiii. ? ... WANTKi). — Nurse Girl, about 14, for two children. Sleep at home. Mrs. Teresa Cottage, Valley* ' 'Si\T-li}.-=Fast Cedar Centre Hoard, 17 . 13 fiint 110AT 1 Nails inul Hear complete. Wioiy .m J. A. FKIIG USSONi-Batlw, Elk. ihgton l'avk, FOll BALK, — A Small lot of i Second-class Timber, Cheap, Suitable for a rough Building. Mutineer Union Box Company, Abattoir Road, I FURNISHED Cottage,or-Apartmcntsrwith use of kitchen in healthy position of Bal main, wanted- for week or two. Pnrtic'ulaia to 'A, ollice of this paper. BO AlfO and RESIDENCE : for Two Re spectable Young Men. ?' Balcony room., single beds. Terms moderate. Apply Store, Wisbcach-strcct. Wesle...

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

Balmain Borough Council. The ordinary meeting of ike above was held oti.Tuesday last. ;Tliere' were present Itis Wbrsliip the Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard, Jt.L.A.), .'Aldermen ' Puncli, . Briggs,, Clubb, Kenniif Cameron, Biirhs, Buchanan, and McDonald. : . Tlie. minutes of the previous meeting were tead and confirmed. 1 ? : CORRESrOSpEXPE. i ^From^tho 'Und.brrSbcretarj', stating that His Excellency the Governor had bpen pleased to'nuthoriso tho Council to borrow tho sum of '£10,00.0 tobo oxponded in por mnnent improvements. — Rccoivcd. From Council C'lork, Paddington, stating ?iii reply to query from Council that tho Pad dirigton Council marked tho position of water, plugsrat its.qwn-.exp'ensp.'^-BQccivqd, hnd Ma'yor':requ(tetbd ^.hiivb'similar*' work done in_t]iis_Bprpugh._. ? ? ? ''From W.' 'Wrist, stating that tho lamp rdcerifly ercetcd [at corner of Pashlby and Palmer-streets was useless on accditnt of ' a treo being iii tliP' way.— Loft 'With the' Mayoi\ ' : . I ! ; ' : : ? I' : OFro...

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

Musical and Literary Entain ment. ' ? An cntei'taiiunont. of .-tlio.ubovo naturo took plnee oh 'lubsdny ovbning in tho schoolroom adjoining St. 'John's Church, Eirchgrovc. Tlio music was preceded by a tcaiiiceting,whiehwnslargclynttondcd,nnd at which justico was. fully dono to ii 11 tlio good tilings that were provided by tlio ladies connected with tho church. Aftor an .in troductory address by Mr. Elkinaton, which was well reeoived, tho musical part of the programmo began in earnest. Tlie singing. was excellent, and a recitation 'Tlie .wreck- of . tho ? Lobli Ai'd,' - was clcverly given -by . Mr. . Godhard. -Tho following is ii list of tho niunos of tlioso who contributed to tho amusement of the evening Song, ' Sailing,-' Mr. Addison nnd chorus; 'Army and Navy,' Mr. Wells ; Solo by Miss Mashelo ; ? Recitation, ?' ' Wreck of the Loch Ard,' Mr. Godhard ; Piano Solo, Mrs. jWaughp, Song,; 'Tho Ij'renchman,'' -Mr. 'Wilkiiison ; Song, Mr. Lyons ; sPiuno Solo, Miss Muitltmd Song, 'Eoiiiii...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. S. Thickness, for being drunk was fined 5s. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

? t r fF'f i . . S. Thickness, for being drunk was lined 5s. (Before Mr. Addison. S.5IY -Jaiiics Saddler,'. fora the same piYencc, was Acted 5s. or- detentidiii uritil rising of the^ court

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

: .WedxesdaivSept. 23- ! ! (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) , ' John Glennon, drunk in. Yincent-lane, fined 10s or 2 days, aud for being drunk in tho Balmain Poiico Court on- Monday last, he was fined 20s^pr':4'(lays.\ 'i ., . John, Carter, drank in Llewellpn-strcot, fined- 10s or 2 days. ' Michael M'lveon, for being drunk in -Short-street, was fined 10s;or::2 days:; r .-|- John Connolly, for boirig drunk' iri I)ar lihg-strbet/was fined 5s. i . , : . ' Francis M'Keon, for being drunk in Mort-street, was. fined/20S';bir^ditys/'a.nd; :for indulging ' iri obscene1'' language ' was further fined £5 or 3 months^ j . ; ... ? Michael Reardon was ' charged with re moving goods, valued at £15, to evade tho payment of .rent. C'aso postponed. ' Williriin Swan was charged with Sunday -trading and fined £2, and 2s Gd costs or 14 days. ., : ? Peter M'Laren, for haiving liquor in his possession on tho Sunday, was fined 5s or 24 hours.'; .-1 , ' Thoriias , Louis Davis, drimk' whilst in charge of a1 horse...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Run for the Derby. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

The Bun for the Derby. Dead silence reigned on Bandwick Bace couvse when Nordenfeldt won from Uralla m the run for the Derby. The Hon. James White declared to win with Uralla, and Hales was the rider, Nordenfeldt being piloted by Ellis. Nordenfeldt's work was to uuu uuo mo running ior uralla, but as Ellis always means to beat Hales, he rode to win as well. Nordenfeldt lay third for about four furlongs, when he shot ahead to quicken the pace, and a mile from home led First Che-iter by three lengths. Half a mile from the post Uralla went up to First Chester, and both went up to Nordenfeldt ; and as they rounded the turn, a sheet would have covered the lot. There was a terrible struggle going on, and for a furlong the three kept head and head — Nordenfeldt at the rails, First Ghester next, and Uralla on the putside. The struggle continued in the straight. Ellis sat down on NnrrtanfAlrlf, as First Chester moved slightly ahead, and with a bound the big horse leaped to the front, and a ro...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROPOSED CLOSING OF ABATTOIRS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

THE PROPOSED CLOS1XG OF ; ABATTOfRfe. f . TO, THE EDITOR. Sir,— T notico_by. .a paragraph in._tlns even irig's ECHO that nil hgitatidu is, -.being got up in tho metri-polii?:by'''i-eqtiisiti6hVwhicli, I be lieve, is antagonistic t-) the closing,, of the. above place, 'amf^I tliink: jt is quiyh'ight /that'i Balmain .-'with!, its 21i()00'pdd 'inh'nbitdnts*. hnd nlsorthp yesjejents (if. the siHTouii.dn.ig districts sliould bp (li| MlC fiicritagaiiist'aii'yiilterference witl( t|je i)_f . tjio'. C^lpiual . ^rpasurpr: A gront den 1 ht iiidiieiicp wilDiP uVpd, mi doubt, ill endeavouring; to get the Minister tn .qiter his propfisal. pi.uj it belniyes those more immbdiately att'eeted .by ! .this j long standing nuisance' to be up in' arms against aiiy siieh iiiterfercrice.-1 1 w--uld suggest ? that n repre sentative meeting of 'the residents of Balmain, Glebe, Aniinndale and Leiphhault be, called ;at once. with .the view of having .this and the 'boiling down nuisanco::'(which ; unfortunately...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Afloat Once More [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

Afloat Once More The Collaroy steamer, which was wrecked on the coast northof Sydney Heads, and was sold for a song, is afloat once more, and here is the latest line about her. A con temporary says . — The numerous friends of Captain J. A. Eoyal, so long and favourably known in the trade between Sydney and Newcastle, will be pleased to hea* of his appointment to the command of the steamer oonaroy. (Japtam .Royal has been running to Newcastle considerably over fourteen years, and has had command of the steamers Coonanbara and Lady Bowen, during which he made friends innumerable, for his affa bility, courtesy, and good seagoing quality. He was greeted by a large number of friends on his first appearance at the wharf, New castle for eighteen months, and all were de lighted at seeing him in the shipping line once again, and wished him success in the new position he holds. The Collaroy is to 1 be kept in the trade between Newcastle and Sydney, and brought a fair quantity of cargo from Sy...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEODORE STREET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

. ,; r THEODORE, .STREET. . r .TO . j;4|E -EDITQIi, , ? : Sir, — Would you kindly insert, the following iri yon'r': next |«irie':— Iii' tko Observer ' of Sept. f -10tli! a 'correspondent, styling himself V Stockwhip,' ; ;M'ifihes to kiiqir, wb.V 'he levels of Theodpre-street were altered, and by wliinri.. Thev Y'ere altered' to suit the whole.' of the residents.- Hnd the'fornicr levels been adhered to. those at -the -lower end -of, the street-would ?.have bbeii completely buried in,j-vjiile those at the ujijier end would hnve -b'ceri underiniiied, almost. requiring, fjtej);laddei-s to get to their houses!' The 'Mayor's 'attention was drawn to 'ithe.'iiia'tten-aind lie, after:, consulting ith'e^ ^oliVrk of works, kindly consented to alter tlie -levels, to tlio' entire Jatisfact,i{)n of ^lycbiicerned. In conqlusiiin I can only' say the street as formed is aii easy gradient and a decided improvement .pn the-. piiginal levels, cdlsp ijE-the. ^Ii^yor's at:. tci)ti(j!J isdrawn tfl'aiinist...

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

A Murderer Liberated. The prisoner Bennett, under sentence of death, has been liberated by the Stuart Government. Bennett was one of the Moonlight Gang, who shot Constable Bowen in the Wantabadgery affair. Both Moonlight and Rogan were executed at Sydney, and Bennett and Johns were ordered to be imprisoned for life. A few weeks ago, Johns was executed on the same gallows as his captain died on, he (Johns) being hanced for attempting to murder a warder. Now it turns out that Bennett, the fourth prisoner, is- well conneoted' in England. Hitherto, it was never thought that anyone, lower than a postal defaulter was ' well connected' in Sydney, but it turns out that a New South Wales murderer can be well connected. It appears that in releasing Ben nett, the Stuart Government yielded to the pressure of the Hon. 'W. E. Forster, formerly Secretary for Ireland in the Gladstone Government, to whom, or to whose friends he is related. So, after a brief confinement, Bennett is free. In the Sydne...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A Blow for the Banks. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 26 September 1885

A Blow for the Banks! A most important case has just been tried at Sydney, in which the decision was dead agairmt the Banks. Several years ago, William Barton, now deceased, father of Mr. Edmund Barton, Speaker of the Sydney Assembly, conveyed several properties to the Bank of New South Wales aB security for a loan. In 1881, Barton died intestate, and Mr. Edmund Barton's finances improvine, efforts at re demption were made by the son. But the Bank scouted the idea, and endeavoured to sell the pro perties. Edmund Barton, who is a barrister, ap pealed to the Court, wh'o after a long and oareful consideration of the case, decided against the Bank. The decision is of immense importance, as it affects thousands of Valuable properties held by the various Banks in the same way.

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

Important Cable Item. The London cables to the Australian Press last weok conveyed the terrifically important item that Jumbo, Barnum's elephant, was dead. In return for this important line, we have sent the following to the- London papers The donkeys of the Aus tralian Daily Press are still alive 1'

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

Gas Engines. The present Parliamentary session is manifestly about as abortive as any of its triennial existence. It's a mere escuso for tho making of a number of electioneering speeches. The Government should havo gono to tho country after tlie brief and absurd scene of the Sou. Ian session. A dozen of important 'Bills are in the foetus stage of existence, and are likely to die still-born, while members waste moro gas in emotionary appeals, spoken in the House in fact, but delivered on tho hustings in imagination, to their various constituencies. What good the tactics of tho Opposition could secure to the country, it is difficult to imagine. . A voto of censure would be a silly absurdity in the last eession. Why not end the farco at once, conduct tho absolutely necessary business to a satisfactory issue, aud go a tlio country for an expression of its opinion ? The present mouthing, lung-pumping buffoonery is a spectaclo to move the mirth of angels.

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