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MR. HAWTHORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

MR. HAWTHORNE. Public meotings woro hold at tho Callan Park- Hotel, -arid in Dick's Hotel, Balmain, on Monday evening, by the frionds and supporters of Mr, J. S. Hawthorne, Tho chair at the latter was taken by 'Mr. Gow.' - ? Mr.- Hawthorne, on coming forward, said that ho greatly regretted that the stato of the woathor had prevented a larger atten dance. Ho roforred to tho many wants of Balmain, and was of opinion that Rozollo Bay and Whito Bay ought to bo filled up at onco, and that tho Govornmont should undertake tlio improvement. An extension of the tramway' system to Balmain was necessary. Ho did not dosiro to assumo tho role of a bridge and roads member altogether, but it was tho duty of a member to look after tho imblic money, and sco that tho constituency which he represented had a fair share of it. Hp was in favour of irianhood' suffrage and tlio abolishment of pensions. He said that tho present super annuation fm d must collapse b for j. long The Land Act was the test quest...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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MR. FOOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

MR/FOOTE. TJio aboyo-named gentleman luhlresspil 4 largo mept}rig at Pick's Hotel on Snt|iv-lflJ' niglit. : Aftor sjflting hisrpftsons for iiluuitifc' his serj-iccs ,-|t t}jp disjiospl pf t}jp pjpetors, ho reform! to numerous auestiims that are occupying uttpntion, hist now, nnd in refpr* enco to his views on I'votnotiDU ho 0011= sidered tkllt it Ws inpumhpnt upoiv ft Govornmont to foster trade ns much as po:- siblo, so that every article that could !-u made in the colony should bo so produced. This could bo dono by a judiciously rogu Iatod tariff, high onough to prevent under cutting titptips, and rpstricting tho system of stato-ividod iimnigiition, Ho hud striven to draw jiublio attention to this quostion of making iron and mte'ol in tho colony, anil had succeeded in doing so. If returned to Parliamont ho would advocate strongly tlio necessity, of forwarding this important in dustry. Ho would : also advocate tlio interests of other industries which a tariff woujd aid tq found. . ....

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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MR. DAVISON. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

MR. DAVISON. Mr S. G. Davison addyessspti a ineeting of tho electors of BIl}in!H?I tlll'l T^iphliardt from tho 'balcony of . Smith's Morton1 jjstato Hotel, Weston-streot, on Monday night. Thb chiiir was taken by Alderman IConhifl who introduced Mr Davison to' the mooting. That gontloman said if oleuted be felt surp that ho would satisfy tlio olpctors, as ho would serve thorn faithfully, Tie con sidered that Loiohhnrdt should supply ono of tho threo mombors. Ho accused tho Government of hurrying tho eloctions for a purpose. Ho considered tho Public Health Bill of , two sweeping a character. .IIo would advocate a sowerago bill. IIo con sidered tho Land Bill .i failure. He' was agajn.st removing tlie abattoirs until a plaeo was built 'm sqmo'qther convenient SPPt for. thorn.' - Ho was strongly in favoiui. of fostering local -industriea, Ho could not go with tho Local Option party all the way. Ho bolieyed that thosp;houses M'hich woro already licensed should not bo intorfored with, unle...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

Speci^ll^dl^fellisfmentb f Dr. WENVF? ^^VAKSjvGovcrnmciit Vaccinator, vaccinates every Tuesdriy ami Thursday at 2'itO p.m., a , his residence, a . Uarlin-^roaU-:Bilmain. ^ | f ;- DENTISTRY. | I fa iUi S ?.*«. ; a TO *THl#rNHAll ITANTS^l?' 'BALMAIN AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. j LAD IKS AND GENTLE MEN. — Wo have the pleasure to,, announce that we lmye opened a blanch of our well known establish ment of 18 Wynyaur Square at ' Balmoral House, Darling-street, ; BALMAIN. I Adjoining the -'site of the new Court and Pos6*Oflice, under t)io -management of ! - MR. CH AS. .DAVIS, L.D.S. Late assistant DentistTO the London Hospital. ' ARTIFICIAL' TEETH. j . C'oni[ilete Set, upper and-lowcr £7 7s Oui Single Tooth ... ? 15s Od Stopping ? ,rt ? 7s (id Extractions r rv ? 2s Cd Honrs of Attendance— 8 to 9 a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., -i to 8 p.m., Saturdays 1 to 8 p.m. Also by appointment, j ? , :: ? i ADOLPHE GABRIEL & CO., I DENTISTS, | ; 18, WVN1TARD SQUARE. j Two doors from Pfahlcrt's Hotel, ' 'SYDNEY. ; ....

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

,M: J. BOOTB ^ COi lu-'i.'tti-l--- itaaw&iMkiifnu&ini ''? ? *-??'? i': ? 1 ' BALMAtN STEAM SAW MILLS , AND j V[' '?-' ', ,To\ranD«!«t': iJiABsaii yWAkkw, SiiMrinr. ; N B.— BVe.'T idcBcripttoh of ' Timber,' Doort 1 ? 'Safchesj i tfalvanised! iCorrngated' Irdn, /Tom - ery,:&c.,olWBy8:oiihdnd.,i.u.)ii.f ) .' I. i J7 a: bukns, : ?? ? WHOIiBSALJEi !AND:;REXAIL; ; ; Has on tfand and j to arriTt, at wholesale, ?? ??-'^rpriceS1:— . ?' ,V; : ' ''' . :1 ; DRESSED/' FLddRlNG.LINING, and hu WEATHERBOARDS . BALTIC DEALS; ,9,' andl I rx 3' OREGONand REDWOOD LUMBE R ' - \ ' AMERICAN. SUGAR PINE :i and RED* ', .. WOOD DOOBS, all sizo», ; ? AMEB.tOAN-ri.L8tJGAR; ,.,!;PINB ..and '?'? 'BSEvy^Q;. ,- KAURI FLOORING ithdUndresed limber )??? : i,, :''i ?? . HEAD OFFICES r - 22, EBSBINErSTB3&ET: JAMES HYDE &80NS, IRON AND BRASS \ FQUNDEBS Manufacturers I of Ciist'and Wrought [Iron ? Gnrdcn Scats, Balcony, Columnsand Palisading*, Water 1'ipes, All sixes of Truck and B...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

Current Items. On Saturday a man named Thomas Gamblo had his right hand jammed in tho cog-wheels of a machine at Pedrinu and West's ; Balmain Engineering Works, Johnston's Bay. , Under tho careful at tention of Dr. EvanSf ' junr^ his wounds wore dressed after a slight- operation in the wav of amputation. A slight improvement has been made in the awangements for conducting the general elections this year: In place of the declara tion of the poll being made at the School of Aits, [where accidents could easily occur through the, crowd serging- to and fro and individuals' being pushed over tho' numer ous-retaining walls thereabouts, it will be officially announced on tho ? vacant ground opposite tho Council Chambors in Darling street. Mr. Garrard made it his duty to urge the Minister to provide a mutable place 'there for voting in, and a platform haa been erected so that candidates will havo a good opportunity to thank their sup porters for election or' othorwiso on Friday' next, f Besi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 October 1885

On Friday next the residents of Bal main aiid Leichliardt will lie 'called upon ttf , .exercise one , of .-the ; inost glorious rights tiie British public is in possession of, viz., the franchise. In N.S. W. this right is given to subjects in a very free' manner,;the only . conditions being a six months' residence and manhood. It is the safeguard of liberty and of the rights of the people, and it is therefore the .'duty ^ of every elector to take advantage of ..vth'fe ' privilege ; and exercise it in a conscientious manner. Before record-' iiig their votes, however, they should weigh well the numerous opinions ex pressed by the candidates. They appear in another column, as delivered at the nomination meeting. It is a .somewhat difficult matter among so many good men to choose the inost worthy. With one exception tliey 'express view.s ot' a similarity. Mr. . Fitzharclinge is the, free trader of tlie team, while, the others, up lioid more or less protection, but Mr. Buchanan, ''is the...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WESLEYANS. MONTAGUE-STREET CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

vvissLB vans.- r»£:; '''.^TTi JlOXTAGtTE-STllEET CHURCH.'' The Hev. U. CALDWECL~read— as his text, Matthew XX\Yv.-40, ''..Inasmuch-ui yeQiavc done it unto one''ni»f 'the .- leasP^of these.T .mv,-- brethrciip yc:,fr.liavorxj,(jjnc it ,tion present, and the singing was excellent. The preachcr commenced by saying: — 'The scene before ns was the General Judgment pqrcrnjreu oy tuc i.oru .lasus uiivist. . Three tinics in this chapter Jesus Christ presents mankind to our view, divided into two classes ; first,': in the, parable of -the virgins ; nexty in the distribution of the talents ; and here at the J udgmciit Seat. The second portion of the subject was, — That, love and incrcy are an in spiration from God, and the commencement of heaven. Jesus says, ? I was hungry,' &e. These works of charity and mercy are the. spontan- eous outflow of our love to God, ' and His love in our hearts. ' Whoso 'hathVthis'jworld's goods and s;eth his brother have nejed, and shutteth up his bowels o...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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ST. PAUL'S, BALMAIN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

,, St, 1'aiii-'8, BaiiMAiV West, i'i'lio liev. (illoiiGE G in sim, M.A., 'preached last Sunday morning ' in aid of tliCj Cottagd ' Hospital,' There' was a good congregation.. The preacher took for his text Matthew 1VJ- . 17, '? Himself took our iuiirniities and bare our sicknesses,' and concluded as follows '? The ciii'se which sin entailed on humanity was the spiritual'dcath of the soiil, and the liability to sickness and disease in the body. He who was manifested to take away sin, proved Himselt to be the Good 1 liysiciau ii| bp(tl| of these realijjs o| iivil.'' fi| IJis (jcritf) He gave Himself ii ransom foj-siii ; and ii|'|lis life 'He l)eafed i)ll i]jani|e)' oj.- siek'nesi i|ui] qi'se^e. If vej-y caijy, Imt nqt vpjy t-| ffleige bntji depai'f']ici|t.s of. Cjii'i^t'sf \yi)i']{ ii|tq qqe ; i-i|i| to shiAVjtunt n11 tlio i\ct^ of punting \vr-»'ght tin U(0 sufferings of the bitd.v wove typical of His iKiwer to hoalall the diseases of the soul. . This line of reasoning is right and go...

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PRESBYTERIAN. CAMPBELL-STREET CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

? ? , - ^?ki:mjiii:iuan - ! CAMVllEriL-STItKET1 ClIUKCH.1 ^ * ' At the above-named church thereAvas a verv lame attendance, .ihe service-was; conducted^ by the ltev. .lAMhS .Cobir, ? M.A.: the minister of the church, lue passage selected; as the ': tcxt of the discourse was Matthew IV. v. 2:1 . - And Jcsiis.weiit- about all Galilee teaching in their synagogue*, and preaching the Gospel of the kingdom and healing all manner of sickr; nesv anu, an- manner ot diseases amoiig.tJio people.'' Haying referred to the arrangements which liad'boen riiade.for holding services in j till the cliiirchs iii the borough in the conno ition with the Cottage Hospital, the preachor pro. ceeded to set forth the claims such an institu tion had.- upon the sympatliies and stipport of .; Christian peo|ile. The character and objects of the institution were eminently in harmony: with'- the spirit and teaching of Christianity. It was in connection with the Christian Church that'hbspitals had first been origina...

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ST. JOSEPH'S, BALMAIN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

. ? St. Joseph's, HalmaixAVkst. 3 p'tie^norninglJlasscs fat- the fnbove- church' were made the occasion for. appeals on bchalt of 'the Cottage Hospital by. the ltev. Father :0'llEILLY.^yrhat:gontleman,,--,we-i understand} gafe an impressive x address^which -^ve regret we are unable. to summarise, as through some, mistake.jbui' ; repiirt haSjfnot come, to', hand. At. tho'cibstfitf 'the sferviees it was fouiid that the collections amounted to .-t 80 10s. Ud. - ?

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CATHOLIC CHURCHES ST. AUGUSTINE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

CATHOLIC CHUIICHES St. Augustine's. It was announced at each of the masses nt the |above-mentioned church oil Sunday 4th, that a collection would be made on behalf of the Balmain Cottage Hospital. It having been advertised that the pastor of .the mission, the Very Kev. Dean Leoxakd, would address the cougregatiou at the eleven o'clock Mass for this special purpose the church was crowded to inconvenience. The rev. gentleman having read the Gospel of the' day, commonced his dis course by reminding his hearers of the small population. . which , dwelt ill ..Sydney and the ' suburbs twenty years ago, of the great increase siiice that time, and the consequent. iiecessitv there existed to provide for those who had lately arrived ; how that, at that time the Sydney infirmary was sufficient* to meet the wants of the sick poor, but as the population continued to : increase St. Vincent's and the Prince Alfred Hospital were; added to the roll | of benevolent institutions. , These hospitals bein...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Hospital Sunday in Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Hospital Sunday in Balmain. . In accordance with tho announcement appearing in our column on 3rd inst. , tho hosi»ital services wero conducted at tho churches enumerated, and wo aro ploascd to bo ablo to sajr that thoy wero highly suc cessful, and liavo resulted in a good round sum being platfed to tho crodit of tho local institution. Below wo give a rosumo of most of tho sorvic3s : — ST. THOMAS', CHUKCK OF EXGLAND. 'The Itev. K. D. Madgwick prenchcd a very interesting scrnion on behalf of the hos pital on Sunday evening to a large congrega tion.' He took his text from Matthew VI, 1st to 4th verses, He- dwelt first with the actions ajtd motives of Christ in describing to his dis ciples what, should be their motives as to prayer, fasting and almsgiving. The trne motive was to give to God, not to give for the sake of praise of man. If we gave grudgingly, or for praise of men, we would get no praise from God. Daring his discourse he referred to the establishment of the hospital as prai...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Sir Henry Parkes, while addressing a ineeting of electors ;»$. '^t.- .'-Leonards, alluded to the rtunour current in Lon don that; the Agent-General . was .to be recalled, and that Sir Alexander Stuart was to assume his place. Although the report iri the first instance eminated from London, still it appears to have been at least talked 01 011 tins sicle. '\Yhat.,Sir Henry ..desired., to say .was that we could not have a man to fill the high position of Agent-General in Lon don who held a higher, character or. had a more lively sense of jxT.sonal probity than Sir Saul Samuel. He certainly believed . ,the business of the ;country -was'saife 111' his hands, and any appoint ment that put aside sucli'a' man for the' sake:;of;a .billet; for an ex-Minister of -the past Governuient would be unjustifiable, and should be rescinded by the succeed ing Government. The old saying 'that wherever there is smoke there is fire we jtliink,- is applicable here ; - the ?present :;GoVehiineiit are quite c...

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 — 17 October 1885

Along(ha'THtom8«rcini'~Routa;| ' OX THE I)EEr 11LUK HI V r [Bv A. G. Jr.] In continuation of our description of tlio Suez Cuuul, wo further remark tliat, tho wholo extent of tlio isthmus is. low lying and sandy} iLridthatii scrios of lakes ex tend, -moTO' or less, across. . . Tho Canal varies in width from a more ditch a few yards wide, to a breadth, when passing through Mazolah lake, ot 1 vi yarns. jliio depth, too, vanos, boing in somo placos 2(! feet deep, whilst in others it reaches as much as 80 feet. Tho most difficult part of construction was that for about -10 miles onward from^'l'oit'.Saiil. Tho Canal is worked 011 tho block systoin, and that in sures safety. Delays often occur through steamers having to wait at a station for other vessels to pass in an opposite direction. ' The stations nro ;rnl-out fivo miles apart, and are connected ly tho electric telegraph, and all are in chatgo of French officials. Vessols 'o through at the rate of from four to live miles ail-hour, an...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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PURITY OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

. ( Ipfrity ©Selection. Dr. BAintY's oarnost address dolivorcil on Sunday ovcriing Inst in regard to purity of clo'ction, is'ono of those addresses which, to 11 certain extent, will receive tho apjiroval of tlio thoughtful and high-principled por tion, of. the. .community. ,IIo would only liavo meh 'pf: high piinciplo. .ineii- who liitd resisted ''tlio 'tbiiiptiitioii ''thiit'liuinixh natiu'e is ojion to, olected us roprosoiitiitivcs of the poople, as such men alone could bo trusted with' tlio business ot the country. Unfor tunately tlioso men nro liard to find in real life, even amongst tho ; Knights of King Arthur's tablo there wiis only one/Sir Galuhiul,. who. would quite fill tlio cxct'llflnt Bishop's l^fjuireinerits. Purity of election »s like many other things govonicd by tlio law of evolution. Tliero was a tinio tluit, tin in Iovo and war, all things wore considered Mr in tho election of members, except tho line of physical i'orco or tho interference of the military. As time ...

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Balmain Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Balmain Rowing Club. ? ,l JTlio quarterly meeting of the abovo club was hold at Dick's Ilotol on Friday, !-tli inst.5j Mr W. A. Hutchinson, president of tlyj ''club, . presided. . . There was a good attendance 'of members. Tlie:;:principal':;bu.sindss of tho mooting was. to. receive tho (juartorly roport from the' committee. It read as follows:— Gentlemen;— Your committee havo great ploasuro in- presenting you with the report for 4 tho quarter oriding 30tli September, 1885, 'aiid' congratulate yon iipon tlieactire . interest taken and ' assistance rendered by all concerned. During the quarter tlio mombors' . roll has been iiugmontpd by th'irteon actiyo iind two, honorary nieinhew, tho 'total now boing. 101 activo and 3(i honorary. ' An eight-dared gig lias been purchased, together with' oars and sculls for' skiff; ' A new racing skiff has been built by C. Messonger, and the whole of tlio boatsvMive 'booii thoroughly overhaulcil anil; repaired by Golding. Tenders' have booninyitcd fo...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Current Items. ' . At a mooting of tho Ct urch Socio ty Com mitteo, .held in Sydney last Monday, tho Bishop providing, the . finnncial statenient -was iiot iipv t-) ? expectation, the receipts showing a dclicit of £653' as compared with the sum rocoivcd in 18S4. Amongst the .businoss tinnsacted during tho meeting it was decided' to grant £100 per annum to wards tho stipend of a curate to assist tho lley. M.'Archdtillj.-M.A:, of St. Mary's, Dar img-streot east, isaimain. ±-or somo nine past that rev. gontloman has bbon endea vouringto get a pennnnent assistant, and tho grant' in question', will res'ult iri his having his desire satisfied. The friends of tho rovi geritlei».an will be pleased to hear tho 'above, and wo liavo no doubt it will result in'ti b'oiiefit to the community, as tho Rev. ; Mr.' Aichdall will have more tinio to devote to tho inany philanthropic movements with which ho is at present associated. ' The want of rain lins been felt for some timo past,1 both in the coun...

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Local Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Local Sporting. .CRICKET. Merton x. . Osborne. — A match was played on. Saturday last between the above named clubs, resulting in a victory for tho .foi-mer. ,by. 2(5 runs. Tho scores were, Morton 58, Osborno 32. For tho Mortons ?tho batting of P. Fleming, 24 runs, and E. Connelly, 21 runs, was much admired, as also tno- bowling -ot J. AUon, ins average bcing'S^wickets for 10 runs, and J.' C'rim mings, , ,1 .wicket . for . 11. runs., For. tlio Osborhds flic' biitting of Cliiro aiid Tliiirn tii'iviiitoj'iirid tho' bowlingiofi Thoi'rithwiiite and O'Toolo was fair',7 n,sThprj Balmain.,, Albions ; journpypd last \Satiirdiiy to ModrdPart tpvtiy conclusions with the Surry Hills United .'(Cup team). Tlio Albions were tho ' first' to but, 'mid before they were iill dismissed tliey had run aqir tho, rospoctablq; score- of !Hi, for which'- ?Burt' played ;splondidly,' ' hiid ' was ably backcdj up by Jas. Fergusson. These twf kopt -thp .ibowlers; at 'dofiiiiice for it con siderable time, when t...

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Balmain Police Court. MONDAY, OCT 12. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

( Balmain police Court. Monday, Our 12. (Boforo Mr. W. Johiistori, D.S.M.) .Arthur Ainsworth was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Ann-streot. He was fined 10s or to be detained until tho rising of the Court. Wm.Payno, drunk disorderly in Darling street, fined 40s or compulsory retirement to' private life for 7 days. ' John Barry, drunk in Vincent- street, fined 3s or to . bo detained until tho rising of tho Court.

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