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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

' - PniDAY, October 2. (Boforo Mr. Leopold Yates, S.M.) James Jones, for being drunk anudis brdorly in Cannon-streot, was fined 10s or 14 days. Hugh Ilughos, for a similar oiienco in Cariiorori-strect, was 5s, or detention nntil the rising of tho Court. Samuel Diimcls, for using obscene lan guago in Darling-strcot, was fined 40s or tlirco months. . Patrick Mallen, drunk m Darling-street, fined 20s or 7 days. James Easton, drank in Cameron-street, was fined 5s, or to bo detained until tho rising of tho Court; ho was also charged with using obscono language, for which offonco ho was fined 40s or 14 days. , Ester Peters v. David Peters. — This was a case ill which tho wife chargcd her hus band with using abusive language towards her and threatening licr to tho extent that slio ran out of thp hpusb. 'Tho alleged lan ~gnag07WTCS*bf rin uriiiarliaiijentarv character and not fit for publication. Mr. David Poters, who described himself as Chief Engineer of the steamer Hunter, denied that th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE WEEK'S EVENTS. An Important Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

bo THE; WEEK'S EVENTS. 'Important Verdict. .3®S(§ri£tiriie ago a teamster, ' while driving' ; on Botany road, Sydney, 'met with a fatal accident through the wheels' of his waggon' slipping along the tramilines, which were alleged to be slightly above' tlie level of the .' street. The deceased's, wife; sued the Government for damages, for the loss of her » ^iipsband^and, obtained a verdict for £1271, |:Sto be opportipned , as -follows : — The widow - , to receive £500 ; a son of 14 years, £50 ; a - sqn''6f:' 18 years, '£80 ; a son of 10. ..years, ; ' ; £100,; a.i daughter ,of 8 ypars, £120; a ; daughter of 6 years, £140 ; a daughter of 8 i :- ,,£160 ; a spnjofl^ years, £180. The verdict !v though' it 5 leaves the Government iopen to 1 .i inpiUmerable actions,; appears to be a pop '^iilar'dhe;'!'5 '-.i! ' ?

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30. (Before Mr. Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

'Wednesday, Sept. 30. I (Boforo Mr. Yatos, D.S.M.) I ; Wm. M'Gill, for- being drunk in Barling strcot, was fined 10s or 48 hours. Daniol Nisdoll for boing drunk and using obscene language in Evans-street was fined 20s or 7 days. , Michaol Eogorty, drunk in Evnns-strect, was fined 5s or to remain in custody until tho risine- of tho. Court. Win. T}-rell, .Tohn Russolland J. Eosscrj chargcd with riotous conduct in the puhlio sti-ccts. Tho caso was dismissed. Martin J. Malonoy, for indulging in tho uso of indecent' language, was fined 20s with 4s Gd costs or 7 days. W111. Black, for using obsceno language, was fined 40s and 6s 8d costs or 14 days. Gcprgo Dcnison; for using obscene lan guage, was finod 40s and 4s 10d: costs, ho was also ^charged with resisting Constallo Callaghan in tho execution of his duty, and for this offonco ho was further fined £3 and 2s (id costs. ' ; Jnmos Shannon was charged with using profano languago, but tho caso withdrawn and a fresh process is to issue. Tho...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Very Cheap Merchandize. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

Very Cheap Merchandize. The evidence in the case against certain employes of the firm of Virgoe. Son, and Chapman, importers, Sydney, reveals a complete system of cool and shameful rob bery, to which any firm may be subject. The case is somewhat like that preferred a few days previously against certain peopla in the employ of Lassetter and Co., where too much confidence, without supervision, was reposed in servants. In the Virgoe case, the employes entrusted with extensive lines of merchandize, fraudulently disposed of them to small storekeepers, who called round to the house with men and vehicles, and removed the goods' in the open day. About £10 worth of goods was given for 20s, and it is not surprising that a large business1 was done. In this case, the old saying was well vindicated with regard to thieves and receivers, . and as usual the latter are ' peaching ' on their confederates in hope of acquittal. It is to be hoped, however,- that they will get £10 worth of justice for ev...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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The Hon. James White. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

The Hon. James White. I The hon. James White, one of the straightest sportsman this country has yet had, won nearly £3000 in stakes at Rand wick. Nordenfeldt won £960 in the Derby, £167 in the Maiden Plate, £200 in- the Craven Plate, and £250 in the Randwick Plate. Acme won £750 in the Richmond Stakes, and Uralla £885 in the Oaks. The other seconds brought up Mr. White's total to £2972. Had Despot not fallen, Mr. White would doubtless have added the Metrop. to his winnings. It looks as if the big events of Flemington and Caulfield were also booked to the veteran sportsman.

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

Political.) |4 ?In Protectionist America, .the shipbuilding enterprise is insolvent. ' John -Boaoh, the 'i^t!iof the builders, has gone under, and 4,000 men) are thrown out of work. . . Despite the opposition ' from the red-tape officers o£ the department, Mr. Wright, the Minister for Works, has determined to introduce an arbit'ra . tion clause in all future Government contracts. This stamps Wright as anything but wrong. The following is a Protectionist item from the States : — An agreement to further curtail production will take effect immediately in' Tall Biver, Mass. It has been signed by corporations representing over 1,0.00,000 spindles, and provides for the stoppage of four weeks' production. Red tape again. It turns out that the Sydney temporary water supply would havo occu pied the Government departments, in the prepara tion of plans alone, a period of six months, while that is the period in which Hudson Brothers have : undertaken to design and complete the whole work. As th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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More Cable Excitement. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 October 1885

More Cable Excitement. London, Friday (urgent.) — Charley Roberts, C.M.G., has left London for Sydney, per s.s., Chusan. Mr: Alfred Ben nett continues, to remain on the Contmong, which serves to prevent the depression btherwise ;inevitable, through -Mr. Roberts'' departure'; for Australia. . - - ?

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

Leichhardt Council. I An ordinaiy meeting of tho abovo was lield last wcok. Thero woro present : Ilis Worship the Mayor (Mr. John Young) Aklermon Mooro, ilcarn, Neal, 'Whiting, Arguimbau and Evans. COKKESPONDEWE. From Mr. B. Matthews, desiring to bo roleascd from his contract for korbmg and guxwinng, unioas mo ijouucu wouiu auor tho lengths and give liim tho work in longths of forty yards, the present lengths being too short. Received. Prom Mr. Leeson, complaining thnt dead dogs were allowed to lio about tho streets, ana when removed wore not buried at a sufficiont depth. Tho inspector contra dicted this statement. Itecoived. From E. J. Williams, asking for per mission to placo pipes across tho footpath in Norton-street. Granted! on tlio condi tion that no injury should occur to tho ntphalt. Fiom A. W. Allen, acknowledging tho letter of comlolonco forwarded by tho Council to Lady Allen on tlio death of Sir G. Wigram Allen. From W. R. Bomakor, asking for a donation of books or money ...

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THE WEEK'S EVENTS. A serious British Defeat. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

k,;s:ifH'E'BWEEK'S yEVENTS, ' t ? ? i ? , r A Serious British. Defeat. ' v5^ew$ la.to 'hani o£ ,;a serious British defeat. A ty/fa ''division the British' army was surptisod by the siJ^Erench,' near PariSj-'aiiil, completely routed It was thfl iBritish.Salv&tion , Army, of eourse.......Pearful slaughter-was saved by the French polios looking1 ? ' i the army up. - -General Booth in now iii olose com ' . ,','muriioation with Goneralissimo Frank Warden as to ' rwhother'hs^Qan. spare a, division of the Pinohgut Braves. U.-lP ! ?? ?'??v-.t': -

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

^ CS'^Q - During the past few days there has come, to Australia news of an important act 011' the part of a busy nobody in London. Thef TOesaafe&s.tati&B that,,, Mr. ,^ei&^«JHea$on .Hiajtiaiieifaken to,ftish alpn^lthe^pantrbn/ Movement- in Queensland. No doubt this motion on the part of a mushroom poli tician from Sydney jvill be promptly repudi-t ?s^^rafctMl iikQaeenslaiid^by,. hpth,.separationisitsf' It IM Mb* eh e^k*7' enough -to ynominato himfself .. — -—Governor of-Queensland if. the.charuse.pre 3=32SRi:j sented itself ; and, certainly, the chance will ?-* present itself if Queensland people are not arrows' better informed than they appear to be with, regard to who's who in London political circles. Heaton, with whom the writerfpfj T j this note was long associated, is an ,exces:. -?* sively preBumpiiuou8,man,{Tet^|h6^(i^;''itif/ sinoer§?t^Cv;dey^\(Aly'i'in' pbiitioaL„or. news^p^yiflodg^^^He-ier^if^w^i^d? ?owssf^ speaferj3.*,very - poor - wrifer^in'-fact...

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Correspondence. A TRIP UP NORTH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

Correspondence. I A TRIP UP NORTH. TO THE EDITOR. Sib— Summer is again near, nnd no prosjiect of a bath for East Bnlmain. It is absurd to uunnose people east of Adolplius-street should m all the way out to the western bath ; by the time they got back, they would be hot, dusty and tired. The money was voted yenrs And the work ordered to Iks carried out by the Council. Whoso fault is it ! That of the — * ? trlilnh of our six nldcrmt'ii. that the vote has not been availed of, Several of the western aldermen voted for us/ It must be admitted that a bath is urgently required ; if this state of things is allowed to lie continued I would suggest changing the name of Balmnin East into ' Sleepy Hollow.' We should wnke up, and organize before next Mumcipnl or Parliamentary elections, and get justice done us Having been up north lately, on a tour, I visited the baths, hospitals, nnd institutions in various places. At Brisbone the bath is built on floating pontoons; it is shallow at one end (3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

The Bad and Worthies* are ne»er imitated or counterfeited. This if especially true of a family medicine, aud it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is ol the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, many imitations sprung np and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H.B., and in every way trying to induce suffering invalids to use this ?tuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H.B. Many have started nostrums pat up in similiar style to H. B.i with variously devised names in which the word ' Hop' or ' Hops' were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended re. medies or cures, no matter what their style of name is, and especially those with the word ' Hop' or ' Hops' in their name or in any way connected withtbem or . th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS T=» A T ? A ran -mivrTBOEtra-Ji^, tt a 'STJN^AJRJSJSjI1 (ONLY). BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. Prints, Dress Goods, Muslins, Gloves, Ruchings, and the thousand and one necessaries of Spring. Thirty per Cent. Better Value than any other House in Sydney. The Palace Emporium, Haymarket, close to RailwayStation. ? Awarded ist Prize Sydney and Melbourne Interna tional Exhibitions. H.SJtOWE,JUN. Window Blind Palmer & Hyam Balmain. apxtxnro q-oods now opening nt SINDEL'S DRAPERY WAREHOUSE CORNER OF CURTIS B0AB& SHORT ST. I lmvc Prints nt 2Jd, 3, Id, 5Jd, nnd (-Jd per I hnvc nlso tlio Print made up into Morning Wrappers for 2s 1 Id, and n benu tif til afternoon Sateen Costume, light or dark, riclilv trimmed with lace for 20s. Children's ready made Print mid Fancy Sateen Dresses, from 2s (id each. Ladies' Serviceable Corsets, Is fid a pair. Light and dark Cretonnes, 4Jd per yard, worth !)d. Pretty Plnids for Children's Dresses nt 3Jd nnd 4ld per yard. ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

[?] A seam of coal struck 87 feet from the -surface at Rodcliffe, near Brisbane. ' Tbe crew of the missing ship North American tare supposed to :bo on tho Auckland4 SaoIU . ? In the Tamworth district alohe during tho last month 21, MO kangaroos, 6,8-17 wallabies, and 100 native dogs were killed, at a cost of £1,058. w.,Nice property for somebody,- -.Steam has been gotftip as;;, the 'main boilers^ off-Jthe ^skkgd1. steamer iCtoors^. Seventy . tons more cargo i r'e ^ooVbred. *vi* w -&« — -TheGerman-annexation-of'theGaroline- Islands haa been ' signalised by a murder,' Captain ' Holoomb,.;:a...'Sydnoy 'trador, having been murdered 1 -byHHemtijres. j !'''- ' 'fi' : ; ?' ! ? ?'''?? ; JiaBt^iweek ? I a' ! , training.', stable', .. horses, ' jockeys, 'Cand trainers^were quarantined^ and -now news ia to band that a. big circus has been quaran tine?;at';Auckland. . i ; . - , . » . Thejlatfest war item' of any importance is that^'Frank Warden, of the Salvation Army', has beenfarresfie...

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Balmain Police Court. SMALL DEBTS. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) MONDAY, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

Balmain l-olice Court. ? . r ' ? SMALL : D^EBTS. ; ' 'i ' (Before Mr.' 'W. 'Johnston, D.-g.M.) ' ' '' Monday. Oct. o. Frederick' Ilbwiird v. Bischoff. This was an. action for goods sold. Verdict for plain tiff, £3 Is. Id., costs, '5s. - ? 'W. Nicliolls v. Ryan and Stephens, con tractors..; This --was an action to recover tho sum of- ' £10 ^cbmpbnsation for alleged demurrage. r Postponed for a:weck.: ? - E. p. arid, A. Chartered Bivnk.y. iT. 'W. Gibbsi ariiount of 'evcrdraft, £;5' 12si 7d. .Verdict for;plaintiffs,: and costs,' los. (id. Philip Brojiliy r. joseph'Munan, damage to property.' Apjilication for a new trial granted.

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Roundabout Remarks. WILD FLOWER SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

Roundabbiit Rifflarhs. [?] ?r rt^VViLu FXiOWEii Snojca:^; 5 Tho . happy inspiration of buying ? wild I floyer,f-hows originated *it ,Manlyj but'rfe not cbiiiiricd ' to that' locality.; alone,; The. brilliant success that attended tho first display'of. 'rioral '.forest 'beauties lias'* led othor places, where -thoy-' abound in rich profusion, togetup thoso pretty and inter esting festivals for the cause of religion and j philanthropy. Only those 'wlio '- have i 1 tho flbra of ' Austfftlia' cbuld^haivb 'dk*anied ; of its extent ahd man'olloixs variety until he ;had . attended their exhibition at our i marino: villago. 'All aro familiar with ! and adniirb that king of the wilds', -tho waratiitli; arid ' tho lovely 'graceful ' queen, ' the rock , lily, but of- theis ondloSs train' of subjects','; each pbs.Mssirig'sOmbglbiy (iuito their own; ' onlv tho favored ^ew had any ken before tho institution for ' their 'collodion and display | was. inaugurated., The, Jngcnuity.^ and arti^cj.skdl/...

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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

Hujmonr/ ; r* — ? Why are woraeri' like tops ? ' Because their mission is to hum. ' ' H ' ?j! The Sydney bording houses keeper^, though butter is woak, still, go in for it strong. ? , Whenever you feel inclined to do .wrong,, always say, ' get the behied me Satan.' Then you're ..sure --to get a pusn on. . Why is .it that two fishermen with a single bbttle;oan\never agree ? Because they find it ? impossible to pull together. ' : ' The Americans say they have a rising young artist who can paint a bit of marble so like- a' coric tnat it will lloat in any water. . : ? i.: There is' one thing to be said in favour ', of. early marriage. It gives tho couple a few more yearaf, in which to find out iwhich is boss. 'Tis sweet to sit on the vendant bank, ? Between two m'ossy boulders, And to feel a bite at the end of your line, r ? And another between the shoulders. '-Eebecca,' the old lady sliputed up / tlie' stairs, ,:vas you going to de barty ?' ' Yes,' mutter,' answered Rebecca. ' Vas you ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

1 ' ' Wednesday. Oot.'T. - (Before Mr.' W. Jbhnston, D.S.M.) : Carl :Bocher,;driml^in: Evans-street; . also using 'obscene language. Fined 20s. or four days. ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' '~L ' James. 'Stephens, for being drunk in Mort-street, was fined 10s. or two days. Laurence Duggan, for being drunk in Troutonr street, was fined 10s.- or two days. Albert Vincent,, drank in Darling-street, was fined 5s. br to' bo detained - in - custody'' until tho. rising, pf tho court. :;v 0,-^car Ellison, idriuik in Darling-street, was tined ofi. or to remain in custod}' until tho rising.of.tho court. . ,™ -, ,, , ': Jambi?! 'Gallowjiy,f resisting j Cphstablo James - Beadinani in ? thb ' bxccution :bf-!his duty. FincdlOs^or^^'o days. ! ! Albert Lbrger, '? who appeared under a warrant for disobeying a summons for in citing.- a /prisoner .to; -resist Constable Callaghiiri, was fined.40s. or' fourteen days. ? Thdodor'o 1 Whithbuso,' for '- an offbiice against decency, and for using indecent language, was fined 3...

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The Story Teller. A FOOT-LIGHT FLASH; A DETECTIVE'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

. The 'Story Teller; 'A FOOT-LIGHT FLASH .- A DETEO- , TIVE'S STORY. ' - I boulilrnot' staylftnger in' my'i room.1 . X ? would-go. put .upon the stxpot and seo what was to Wseen. At a jlrbper time, when I had arranged for, it, .1 ,, intended to scour the sinks arid slums of the town, . I stopped a iew; moments in tho;offico, and thon went into tho smoking and reading room,' Tho daily pupbrs wero all ? in , hand: and - being read : so I sat down by ono of tho ' tables, ? on'' which '? were1 a lew books and worn magazines. . I picked.up .a book and. opened it.. It wiis Dickon's Oliver Twist. ' It liiid'ioiico been'.ii firie book — of ono of the illustrated editions. ' As I mechanically turned over tho leaves my eyes fell upon a pic^ifq.i- X started as though a ,inino. had, exploded at ihy feot. . It was not tho' 'work of mompnts, but the work of. , an ?, instant. 7 That picture was of the flight of the wretched Sykes aftor his murder of Nancy. Prom that picture to ! its counterpart in...

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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 October 1885

[?] , t^(^ft»^^^}^^&s|Jin^5i»sin& in Y?ra,.Cruz,, jffiiejripaibutivaccin'atioh iivhbtcvcr,{ticd is checking lH- ' '''i P 1] 8 . § fr*k ji '*'% (f'~ rccPnt'Frehch' invcnlfontis a'triaohlno by.twhiehc .a, man can cut hi3,r.own hair a^ easily as, hp can ,,.sliave himself. ^,'A 5I) jn.s p |V, 'm Diu'ing'',i.^ l'fecCnt'- firarm iU 'the slfi'tbLfthe .wind blew at the rate of 92 milcs an hour in Washington, $RO., ^nd^^ltcrsons;* jvcro killedjby'flying missiles in Phiiadelpliia. A V* ? ' r ' iCorks are,np.\Y-madqimjgerxious by simply soaking 'them for ^eVcial liburs in 'aisoliitipilJ'oi ojae-ffiuf ,o.iiiicc ' ounce of glycerine and one 'pint of wiitbr,' treat 'ccf -toa-temperaturtfofabJutoO.degrecs^Ccut.,! ? \\ -^ne of ijthp 'largest .siiiglt: electric /lights ever built, w, -is placed* on1 exhibition sit' Sencca Fans^N.Jfiilt-: was pf 50,000 candle- power, and was made in llioh. The, .light wajS.,placed oii; the to\Vbr. of a^building at,' a height 75 feet from tlie ground.'...

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