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WORKING MEN'S ROWING CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

W011K1NG MKNS' ROWING CLUB. 1;tothk kditom. , . DB.vn Siu.-i-l'erniit me through the medium of your paper to express, as a member of this communitv, my sincere thanks to our worthy Mnvor for'liis consistent conduct w.ben pye.';\(V. iiig'at the Working J{en'-i ^nwiiis uluh j.ieet iinr last wejiV. '1 tin* not opjtosed to recreation, but oil the contrary, nm very much in favor of all forms of lawful amusement. I am, liow ever, opposed to the desecration of the Sabbath, knowing from painrui experience me rum it is wording among our young men in this place. I think further, that as the wo$:jng ttian' leaves liis work at t lim ing summer lie can find plenty or time if he desires it for the development of his niusculnr system without encroaching on the Sabbath for that purpose. The Club, by persisting in having their Sited open on Sundays, nre really working their own interests, foj 1 tk not c^oubt, that there are UWO1 peyso.us wlio like myself, would bo happy to contribute to such an inst...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

J. SMITH, Wood & Coa J Merchant, 'CORNER OF MERTON STREET AND DARLING-STREET, Balmain West. SOLE Contractor for tho Wollongong Coke, the best Railway Wood and Coal at very low prices. 'Weight guaranteed. All orders sent to J. Matthews, corner of Cove-street ; IT, Sliirkc, grocer, Darling-road ; Mr. Liddiard, groccr, Darling-road ; Mr. Brndv. Into ol! J. Harris, grocer, llouncltrce-strcet ; A. Beattie.., butcher, Bcattio-strcct ; Mr. J. Iloldeii, Evans mid lieattio street ; Mrs. Wiseman, groccr, Yorke-street, and at the yards, will receive prompt attention. A TRIAL .SOLICITED. ~ notice! V . -A.. ZEZ-^TVsTIKZliLTS, BALMAIN SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, Has* removed higher up the street, ? //'Next to Roberts M)d Townsend.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Randwick Races. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Bandwick Baces. ;; Second DAT; - ? 'Shorts: Handicap of 10 sovs. _ For, 3 years old and upwards. Throo-quartors of a riiilo.— Mr. W. Kelso's - ch m Wanda, 5yrs, 8st 91b, 1-; Mr. E; Charles's ib m - Fair Ellen, 4yrs, 7st4lb, 2; Mr. B. M'Carty's.brm : Moroeau, 5yrs, 7st 101b; 8.;-. . t Spring Maiden Stakes, a. sweepstakes of ;5 sovs oaoh, 1 ft, with 150 so'vs added.' For .maiden' horsep' ' on day of general entry. Second - horse 20 sov.s from ' ' tho prize. 14- mile.— Hon. J. White's br 0 Nordon-. ' ' ?felt.3yrs, 7st 91b,'l : Mr. S. Gardiner's br f Magnifier,!/, ,, 3yrs, 7st 51b, 2 ; Mr. H; Herbort's ,bl o Bon Accord, ....... 3yrs, 78t 91b, 3. : . ... ; ' ; 1 Great Metrophlitan Stakos, a handicap swoop- , stakes of 20 sovs each, h ft, or 5 soys it declaroa on . . Monday, August 24, with 500 sovs added. Seborid'... horse 100 sovs, ond third horso 50 sovs from thb prize.'! 2 , miles.— Mr. A. Halinbonrg's br U Acolyto,,4yrs, , ; 7st; 1 ; Mr.'W. B. Hall's, ch h , Lord Exeter, iys. est,, 9...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

3pe0iai; Advertisements j] '}l ^\7'iajOCixiEi,-fcicj*x. DR. .QWEN,. J?.. .S..,KyANS, .. Government Vhcciimtdr,iTn'cciiiatcs:. every Tuesday siiid Thursday at 2'.'i0 p.m., nt his residence, Darling-road, Balmain. . DENTISTRY. TO THE INHABITANTS OF BALMAIN : .AND, NEIQHBOUBHOOD. ? LADliSS. AND GENTLEMEN.— AVc have the pleasure to announce that we have opened' .a branch . of our. well 'known .-. establish- ment' of .18 Wynyanl Square at . Balmoral House, Darling-street, ? \4 .-' -M. BALMAIN. '' - Adjoining the site of the new Court and Post Oilice, under the management of MR. CHAS. DAVIS, L.D.S. ? Late .assistant Dentist to the London Hospital. . - artificial teeth. ^ idimiplcte Set, upper and lower ? £7' 7s: Od ' 'Single Tooth ... ... ... 15s Od f'j £topp]ng .;-!y; .V. ? '7s (id '' Extractions' ... ' ' ' ... 2s' (id Hours of Attendance— 8 to !) a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., .ii.to 8 p.m., Saturdays. 1' to 8 p.m. Also by appointment.- - - - - ;- ? ???' ? lOOLPHE GABRIEL 2c CO,, -8 0/!') . DENTIST...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

, ? ? J ? B O O T H & 00. i.,,..,r. ;-'/iUUBEU MEnOJIANTS,- . ;, BALMAIN STEAM SAW MILLS AND , JOINERY WORKS. ? :i lit f Z' \-Hce'r BALMAIN.;, '{ '' Tqwii : JIakket WnAnijy. 'Sydney. ' : N.B.'— Eve y inscription 'of Timber,. Doors Sashes, , CialyD.nisf.d , Corrugated Iron,' i Turn.., ' cry, &c., always on hand. ' , A. BURNS, -WHOLESALE ANJ) retail ] hi ! Timber Mcrcliant and Importer, . ;; .jHps on hand and to arrive, at wholesale ! ' ' i ' prices : — . ' I i.i, JDRESSED, FLOORING, LINING, and ''i WEATHERBOARDS : ' BALTIC DEALS. 9 and II x'3 OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER ' i AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and BED-. WOOD DOORS all sizes ; v AMERICAN SUGAR PINE and . SHELVING . KAURI FLOORING and Undrea cd Timber : , allsizcB, : ' i ' : HEAD OFFICES : . ,22, EBSKINE-STB^JET. ; ? JAMES HYDE & SONS, IRON ? AND BRASS FOUNDERS Manufacturers of Cast and Wrought Iron Garden Stats. Balcony Columns and Pnlisndinjs. Water Pipes, &?.. ' - All slr.es i f Truck and Barrow Wheels,...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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DISSOLUTION AT HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

DISSOLUTION AT HAND. Parliament prorogued !,'. . .This... news, comes ratlierunexpectedly to the public. Everyone cognisant of the recent politi cal; events .could see that little work ,Svp,uld\be.:go.t. through during the session. The first act of, 'the -Opposition, iri ob-. structiiig the adoption of the Address . in' Reply . bemg . followed, soon -afteiv by ^oi^er./an^^-nisJ^ j motion., seems \ to, have taken all the, , go ' , out -of the. Government, for ' after' battling ' over the motion'of censure --,agaiiist .Jtfr. Wright till ^b'clbck'ye'stei-day hibrhnig and carrying the . day , against ' it . by 35 to 16,- -thus having a majority of nineteen in a House of over 80 members, they decided? not to . continue-, business and in:place' of'' the -speaker taking Iiis position yesterday, the Goyerjiment sent in a copy of, the 'Gazette ' notice, ahnounciiig that Parliament had been prorogued.until the. 27.tli instant, whicli simply means i the forerunner of the dissolution. Electors,...

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 — 3 October 1885

' Church . Services for- To-morrow. - : , / ?-. ? r v ;EAST BALMAIN. y r St, -Mary's, Church oE England- — - .?Morning^ ix. Rcv. M. Archdall, M.A.j . , ' Evening; 7, ' ' : ' ? » ..St. .Au&UsTiNE/Sj .Komnii Catholic— V , i - 1 / ;Mass, 7*30 and ;n aim.', Dean Leonard / . Vespers, 7 . ..._ PiiESBi'TEBiAN CnuBcn, Campbell-street—: Morning, u, Rev. J. Cosh, M.A. Evening 7 - r ? Congregational Cauiion— S . Morning, u, Ucv. A. G. Fry. v~) ? / \ ?' ?; Evening, 7, ? 1 . :?vj ' WE8LEYAN Ohuhcii, 'Darling -street— ► ' * ' ' Morning, 11, Student, r -Evening 7, Rev. F. E.. Fletcher, M.A. ^ WEST BALMAm/ ^ ; St. Thomas', CliurchiOf JCrigland— ' Morning, 11, Mission Services, i Evening, 7, ,, - ., . — ?. St. John's Church of England. 4Urch'gfove-rd. Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Sturdcc -' Evensong, 7*30,. ; ? Vi'! 7 1 Sx, Joseph's Koman Catholic— : '?} 1 *'? * Mass,- 8 and ioi Father T. O'Reilly Vespers, 7, ? ? ? St. Paul's, I'resbyteriari— : : ; ?' 1 1 ; 1 Morning, iijRcv. G. Grinuti . ^ ?' - ...

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Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Woman Items. At the' Union Club' Ball in Sydney during the race week, a grand obelisk of pure ice ? 15 feet' high and 12 feet square at ; the base gave a most agreeable temperature\to the ball-room. The man -who flatters a woman's, vices will rob her at the first chance of any, virtues she may possess. - - j ,....' It is a . penny writer ; who says .that half the men are fools ; but a prudent Heaven keeps them ignorant of the fact. .' ' A woman named , Mary Bradley died recently in New York aged 1 17 years'; and a statue is to be erected to her memory. Cats with young families havo a new dread added to the cares of maternity; Formerly, their kittens were abstracted cunningly, and either, given away or consigned to a watery grave in the nearest pond. Fashion has cast a longing eye on kittens, and decided to use them for decorative pur poses. For the first few weeks, stuffed kittens and kittens's heads were confined to furniture decoration. They were soon perched on screens, on the to...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Correspondence. ; ! ./.i'O TilE EIJITOI!. - ; .Sir,— My name having been published. in th'e; papers as : having been lined for .selling, bread short' of weight.'. If you will give irie the opportunity of explaining the matter you will greatly oblige. Q» the }0tU instant AJr. Evans enme to \\\y ImUelluusp, ftiul ? ftfter weighing niy bjtteli hi'ead, wliieh he found correet, s.yiseil IS tin loaves, wllloli wore at least 12 hours old, and foiiutV that tlioy were, by his owii scales, 45 short. Kow Sir, It is generally unilerstbod that loaves baked in fins are fancy bread ; and Mr. Kvans promised the Bakers' Union that he would not interfere with tin loaves if they were- only 2 ounces short- of 4. lbs weight. The value of the difference in weight for which I was fined is 3Jd on tho 18 loaves, and for wliieh I had to pay £12 lis (id. Is it likely thati::I would try to defraud my customers for such a paltry amount. At the solicitation of Mr. Kvans 1 ijiifV Ml': pi}*1'5 pleaded guHty^i^' ef...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

; Personal-.!: r~r r ? ? ? -L_J rJ., „ While, on his recent health tour in Nor way, Mr.'Gladstene frequently walked up to eighteen miles a day over roughro'ads.' , R0e,' the Irish distiller, who' some yearr ago .devoted £25,000 to the restoration of Christ ; chureh Cathedral; Dublin, is' said to be;, in. financial difficulties; : '??' v', General Booth, was. recently hissed in Lbndon, as it is srispeoted that he had abducted the girl Armstrong for tho purposes of sensational Sal vationist rescue. The Pope is arbitrating' between Spain and Germany over the Caroline Island 'difficulty.' The old Boman gentlemen wilUdo hia predecessors great injustice if he doesn't make them both pay.. ? Mr. G. E. Ardill, the head of the' Sydney, Blue Bibbon movement, recently married. Miss, Wales, of the same organisation,- and-on- returning from their honeymoon, the Army gave them a grand' reception — also a purse of 80 sovereigns, ? Maxwell, tho murdei of Preller, is said to be perfectly undisturbed,...

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 — 3 October 1885

Along the Homeward Route. ' ON TIIE DEEP 11LUE SEA.' [By A. G. F.I But tho cry 1 is— clear nway ! Forward ! and with stoady movement wo go slowly on and entor tno famous Suei; Canal. Tho canal, as you know, is cut through, tho Isthmus of Suez, and connects by water way, in a devious courso, tho Bod Sea on the south with tho Mediterranean on the north. Tho. total distance is about 00 miles,, and the journey through occupies from two to four days, according to tho pressure of traffic. Truly this work is a wondprful pvidonce of enginepring skill, owing to tho difficult naturo of the country that had to be doalt with. This was no building of castlo.rin tho nir, or houses on the sand; it wastho prosaic work of cutting a canal ovor. 90 miles in length through tho sands of a doaprt. Murray's hand-book on Egypt tells us thatit was towards the closo of Inst century that tho first stop was taken to wards tho cutting of this canal. Napoloon Bonaparte; who had chargo of tho French Expiditionary...

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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

^Wit & Humour; A, woman , loses one-tenth of her life look ing for her thimble. I -~s 'If all. the !world| were blind,' said an Irishman, who had just[ been .inspecting a: school for the blind,' ' what a melancholy sight it would be ! .' . ' ' ; : ' 1 ' What is an enemy?, ' -asked a, teaohenat at a school at the seaside of lone' of her - younKCst pupils./'; 'A flower that grows in the sea,'.' was the quiok-re'ply... 'What are the la[st -teetli .thkt come?.'', asked a Lynn; teaolier to her class in physiology. ' False1 teetli, ;ninm,' replied a boy who had just waked up on the back seat. : -A: Bathiirsli man- lias stopped . , talcing an agricultural paper. He Svroto. to the editor asking how to get rid of gnats. The answer camo in tho. .next issue. of . the paper Kill them. '' , ? At-an inn in Sweden, there was the fol lowing inscription in English on the wall : — ' You will find at Trollbathe, excellent bread, meat, arid wine, provided you bring them with you.' When a tramp ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The World's Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

The W orljd's 'Factsf - I '? : : ' In the novels produced during the past year it i3 estimated that 372 of the , heroines have been Hondes, and only 100 brunbttq,E|.,r ' A curious calculator; has discovered that, out of every 50,000 females in England, 0818 an swer to the name of 'Maryland, out, of ..the same, number of.males 6500 are i i! ? ? '? The Shapira manuscripts;; ^hich- only a couple of years' ago created such a sensation in the tneoiogioai wona, ana were neiu ac a; vaiuauuu , ui 5,000,000 dollars, have jubt , been ..sold in .London for 80 cents. C . j '? ; A paper piano has been .manufactured .at Paris, THe material , for the case was oompressed and took a perfeet polish, | ani( ithe [tone of the in strument, ;tnongh not loud, jya^.,yery sweet— a soft, full, quasi' continuous sound, ^ ^ -'resembling somewhat that of the organ. | i i The limitation of yellow fever,to restrcted areas is one of the characteristics' of this:disease, even when epidemio, and! it takes some;; cur...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Roundabout Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Roundabout Remarks. [By A Lady.] Thoro was a tnno, and that not distant, when a lady violinist was not only a novojty but an ---interloper, nor talent and skill, liowovor groat, was scarcely ablo to atono for unfeminino tasto and encroachment 011 tho' special 'domain' of tho lords of creation. ]3ut Danio Natuyo is 1111 i|iipartiiil ]U('t]!PF imil iiimarts' rich giits'to hpr |liiug|itp^ M 'vvull aji hpr sons. . bp jt (.'(imes to ]«-ss tliat i'oi|)alo Pagijnii)ii(jtj nro bepopiing alinoi-tas nnnjorous ati maspuljno followers of tl'P , iinmortjil Jtiiliai), whoso ^yondovful j'pv fonnancos on quo string PIl.(;hi(!!tcil .°i'' |orof()thors. Tljo star latest i|rise)i io cpliiiso '# r'vp&'misp'I awpj? 4inonpi)n 1'ldy. I|an(e(| Jfotho P|(t'liP|lft-'h -'4-llo ignonpniqus rotroot tho lion. 111011) lier for lSatliurst lupl |o liuiko was (is wi^t0 iiyoi-od find abject as tlio cowardice pf \vl-ip iio liad acousod Captain Afnllhnllimd, 'i'lto cringing upology that Mrs. Smith hus to make to...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE PROPOSED CLOSING OF GLEBE ISLAND ABATTOIRS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

THE PROl'OSl'JT) CLOSING OF QLEDK ' ISLAND AliATi'OIltS. TO THE liMTPIt. Sin, — T* notice l-y iv paragraph in to-days 'Observer' thatian agitation lias been got lip to protest against tho closing of'tlic Abattoirs, which' I think lis quite proper too. .Mr. Clulib states tliat- there are 21 ,000 inlinbitnnts In 'Balmain. Sir, if that gentleman wmrnvrow ' 'of 'how' many of the poor of Unlninin depended on the Abattoirs for their living, lie would not, perhaps, be quite so hasty in wishing for the removal of it. I anite airrec that the re moval' of tho boiling down establishment is neccssary, ,. but not the slaughter houses. Evidently Mr. Clnbb is not aware of the num ber.. of men who obtain employment at the Abattoirs,1 which if moved, would cause them to break up their homes! l'erhaps he is in a ' different position to (i poor working man only receiviiig 'thirty shillings a week, and can afford to pay a penny a pound extra f[jr jnent, 'Mrhich it js stij'e tii cost if tj|e alaiiL'htpi...

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Friendly Societies Dispensary. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Friendly Societies Dispensary. The following has been suppliod tons by tlio sccrotary, Mr. I'itzputrick, for publica7 ton: — - ? '. . i Somo fow months ago a schouie was pre sented to the Friendly Societies iri Balmain, wlieroby moro satisfaction r might bo ob taincil, as well ns a saving offoctod, in tho' manner ot treating with tho mouicalofncofs i-nd chomistg, liy tljo way of efjtglilisliing It ii!lt0c ftopifitlpa. W--*poT15aFy, At wo. first mooting liohl to consider, the ; awjojno two Ordet's only, tho I.O.O.L'. and tbo G.U.O.O.r., wero represented. At succeeding meotings tho following societies sent representatives : 1. 0.0. IV, G.U.0.0. v., r.A.F.S., I,0;K„ 1,0.0.1?., M.U,, O.B.P., A.H.C.G., GvU,010,Ji,„ 0,B,S, and l'ri4o of tlio Went Lodge 1,0,0,1?, Tho I'oiirosoiitatlvps inotfvoill timo to dis cussing tlio rules for tlio innnugouiout 1 of tlio Dispansaiy, and on April 13th ! it was ueciiled tlmt a deputation from tlio committee should wait on thoso Societies winch had, up to...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Montague-st. Wesleyan Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Montague-si. Wesfeyan Sun day School Anniversary. Services to , colebrato tho abovo ovont were hold on Sunday lust wlion tlio He v. j. Woodhouso preached at 11 a.m., and tho Rov.R. Sellors delivered nn address in tho nftornoon and a sormon in tho ovoning. All tho son-ices wcro well attended, tho church in; tho ovoning boing crowdod. At tlio afternoon service a number of recita tions were given by scholars of vory tender years, and in such a stylo as to creato sur prise. Tho school chiluron sang tho hymns, which tlioy had been' practising for bowks timo past, in a manner which reflected credit on thoir tutor (Mr. Lowe) and tho accompanist on tho harmonium (Miss Orton). . .. , . .... _ .... The nnnivorsary celobration was furthor continued' pn';AVpdhosday last by a tea and public meeting. Tho former was a great success, tho room boing filled at two sit tings. Tho good things woro provided by tho ladies of the congregation, and when wo say tho tables '^grtianed under tho weight of edib...

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Balmain Police Court MONDAY, SEPT. 28. (Before Mr. Loonold Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Balmain Police Court ' I Moxday, Si'.PT. 28. I (Boforo Mr. Loopold Yates, L.S.M.'i 8 . Patrick Hayes, for being drunk and di3. orderly in Darling-street, was fined lOsor 48 'hours. . J-ispcr Kcll, for being drunk in Evans strcot, was fined 5s. SMALL DEBTS. J'ainos _ M'Glynn y. W. Law; for meat sold to tlio valuo of £2 10s. Verdict for James M'Glyrin v. James Goodwin; for pigs sold to tho value of £3 13s 2d. JtuK mont 3s 9d. . . .. , . 0 James Lomasney V. Edward Galloper This was an action to rccovor tliosinnof £5 Is, alledgcd rion-pnyment of wage*, and money lent; Yordict for plaintiff for as ty arid costs. : , John Moore sued Wm. Edwards for tho sum of £2 lis; amount duo for hoard and lodgirig. Verdict for amount and 4s cost-'. Dr. Carrutliors v. Captain Powell; £3 9s, professional son-ices. Verdict^ for plain tiff with costs.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

PRJC'Kl^ A ii|al(ih wi« played -111 .Satuj-day l^sit, i|ci' Idiis v. (I ladstimes vc.-mlting in victory foy tlju t'onncr l-y -i3 rans, The. aoores were ; Jlertbns, 71 - ; Gladstones, 14. 1'otli sides played with scvrii men, I'lor tl»o Jfertoiis, tlie battin^ of A M'Kon/.ic 2)i and J. Orinnnings li! was very ' g()i)d, f)S . al(ii! (ihe'ljitwljiig i)j! 'II. |5i_bvai:ds. (his' ^vcpigci hejiig 5 wic]cet-i ftjir it I'liii^ ''mu| .1. (JriiiUHingii J )V'c|;et l| runs.) X'-or tl|e Oladstones tlio batting oE M'Phcrson ipia tlm bowling of 0'Connoi';aiid Co^bett .wns iil-io good. ?; . . ?? ,. Tho first gamo of lifo is bawl,

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The New Zealand Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

i ::^he. New Zealand Murderer. , c,iA'f6w, weeks ago a man' named -Sheehan : was arrested io New . Zealand on suspicion ^ of murdering his mother and sister at ^'..J^OeiiBttetoTOrdohe, in Ireland. He was guilty ? as'the following latest items from the 'Irish papers prove: — In the case of William Sheehan and his brother-in-law. David j' .' Browne, who are charged with the murder of the former's mother, sister and brother at Mrs. Sheehan's farmhouse^ near Castle townroehe,: county Cork,' in October 1877, v jj: P, avid Duane,, a young farmer, who was arrested. for complicity in the murder, and who lodged'the information which led to Y-j tlia ..arrest of Sheehan and Browne, has - ? madeialfull' iconfession of liis: knowledge of v- ' tb0;orime. lie states that he was an un y -;'1 willing yfitnesa of the murders.; All . three '. w?re killed by William Sheehan aud David ' Browne', a cooper's adze being; used to do the work. ? The bodies of the victims were taken by the murderers to a well...

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