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Congregational Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Congregational Sunday ; ' School. A well iitte'nd.odmeetinginconncction with tho ,27th anniversary of tJio pbovo SundayT school, was lipid in tho pekoohoo/n adjoin ing tho church 011 Wednesday evening ljjst. The Rev. A. G. Fry jncHided, and there wero present on tho iilatform — Mr Bell; tho representative of tho Sunday School Union of New South Wales, Mr Pratt, Mr Pomoroy, of Petersham, and tlio Rovi' Thomas Lord, a Madagascar missionary. Tho Rev. Mr Fry read letters from Mr Garrard, M.L.A., and Mr Buzacott, apolo-.' 'gisirtg for their unavoidable absence, lind said that ho was pleased to seo so many present, as I10 feared in consequence of tho oloetion thoy would havo had a very .small ff}Cp tijjg. JJo thon refoiTcd to tho progress pjado pi tjio Smi(i}i)yrspJ)ool during tho past year, and alluded tfi tho fupt tfry t soycral of the teachers lijul loft tJio fow^, lw4 boon roidacod by others, Tho fWotary (M}', 'toiguo) ivml nt very oncouraging report, showing tho school to bo in a sou...

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

?? — Miscellaneous; It is stated that AnnericaU ; agents were ready to give as much as £2,000 for;a single copy ,of , the revised Bible on the day before. itB publication, jAt, that timo 5,000 persons . were binding and packing., .the^ibook under strict .surveillanoq,. and , the only, .person in the realm whose, power of safe custody, was considered above suspicion was ' the Archbishop of Canterbury. ' , ' ' ' 1 1 ' . Mr. P. L. Sclater, F R.S;,- takes exception to the; name 'British New Guinea,' applied by the;Bris- ; . bane correspondent of tho Times ' 'to, tbe, modest portion of that grc\t inland which Prinne Biamark'e kindness has. allow -1 u'o tb rjtairi,' and suggests ' Toreaia ' /aa an apbropriaitb 'term for, tho' now', colony, seb'iiring to En'larid^ a? it does, tlie full' command of Torres Straits. '';'l ?' Mr. Choang Hong Lim, one of the moefc libbrol' and enlightened of the Chinese . merchants in the'. Straits Settlements, is' erecting a: temple for the worship of tbo one'...

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

W it and Humour, Fish, at least, if no 1 other. . animals, . liave cause ito .believe that it is a bad practice ; to think of risidg in, ;life, upon somebody else's ,bpok.|,,;!i, ri.!- J ;A lehoolboy, asked' to define the: ^ Word ' sob,' ' whimpered out, ' It (means when a' feller don't mean' to ory, and it bursts out itself ' 'Wore you ever cross-questioned?'*' ' les, when' questioned by my wife, after 'spending' the evening' abroad — cross enougn, in all conscience. I It is very certain that the person who aiscepts tbe following obargo will havo'np.siriecuro :'';Wacted a lion trainer. A oompeteiit person to triiin end par- ' form a group of young lion's.'1 ' ' You aro the most stuok-iip chap I ever saw,' remarked a young lady to a youth whom, she met at at' a candy-making party, to which he, retorted 'And you are just as Bweot as jbu are candied.' ' ' Is it true, Ned, that the girljou .married was, a, millionaire?' asked a,young msn , :o£ ; his, recently , jwedded,;friend, who . a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sydney Turf Clubs Races. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Sydaoy Turf Olul) Boooa. The Hurdle Race, a handicap sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each for starters, with 100 sovs; added.1 ' Tivo miles. Mr. J. Phillips's ch g Miahael, by Cavalier — Dora, aged, gst nib, I ; Mr. E. Terry's b g Cymbal, 6yrs, gst 7lb, 2 ; Mr. G. K. King's b g The Fish, aged, gst 7lb, 3. . Manumission and.. Sunray , also started. Betting: Even v. The Fish, 3 to' r ' v. Cymbal, 4 to 1 v. Michael. The start was a good one, and after going a, hundred yards;- the favourite showed out, ana led over the first hurdle, two lengths in front of Manumission, Sunray being last. At the turn, the order was unchanged,, and the pace was ; miserably slow. Coming down the straight, Cymbal joined the fish, and they ran past the stand together, a length' in front of the others, who were side by side. ? Cymbal singled out at Cutts's, where he was leading the Fish a length, but they again joined issue at the seven furlongs, and raced side by side all the way;, to the distance. Here The Fish was ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A Note for Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

1 A Note for dandidates.- r- f; The etymology of the word candidate is instruc tive; I 'Every .aspirant for parliamentary .honours should havo it by noart. Candidal e comes from candidus, ' whito ? ' a: word of : Latin? origin.1 1 A suitor (or an office, eo callod, among the Romans, beeausn wlion eoliciting for office, he wore caadida to»a (whito togf); a'ftarment whiter than usual. Thin, ? no doubt, indicated tlio particularly clean handodnoss with which ho entered public life.

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

Decentralisation. Paris is France, and to all intents and purposes a change in the French Government means a change of political opinion in the Parisian mindJ Promoters! of decentralisation labour in order that Sydney shall not summarise New South Wales. We do not wish to see the metropolis of the colony merely the hydro cephalus' head1 of an 'atrophied and eviscerated body.' ;R-fd3s iii the rcqu'ntryjare ti;affic-ways of, viscid mud up to the 'axl'c-trees, while the immediate approaches to, and the thoroughfares through, the city are as level as a billiard-table. The farming and mining districts;! require, ^-agricultural and mineralogical classes' to aevelop 'tneir resources,' but ihe'se wants are unheeded ; while the city is crowded with uni versities, lecture Jialls, schools, of art, and libraries, i T,d-;itdjust[.these anomalies, to i secure adequate and fair representation for the country districts, the pro imoters o£ . decentralisation labour. Decentralisationf means the devel...

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

Aristides Farnell. Mr. Farnell is practically ostracised from political life by his verbal ' advancement to a seat in .the. Upper House. ,To,those who recollect Mr. Farnoll's advocacy for a ? diet of oysters the word ostra cised,1 which is derived from OHtrakon, a fish's shell, is; to say tho least, appropriate. When the Athe nians were anxious to ' shell '-vo the services^ of ran inconvenient politician, tneir.moae ot regisienng the fact .was by a ballot of 'oyster shells against the_ iobnoxious^person. Another, instance of sheets ;to. the sweet.- 1 ''Plain Jimes,!' . no doubt, appreoiatesj the application.

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

j Sporting Meins..:'V - » ? to ii ii' v »/ Coronet lamed. A %f. w , 1 Lord Exeter quoted at 100 to 5 and 6 Oom motion to be relegated to the stud. . St. Paul scratched for Nursery Handioap. ^ Nordenfeldt is an unlikoly starter fir the Mel bourne Derby. r £26, 000, was put on Winchester at 100 ijo 4j 5, and 6 on Monday . [ !; ? : i?. i Monte Qhriato 'ie looking up as a favourite for the Melbourne Cub.' ' V-- ? Mr. J. J. Miller, of sweep consultation fame, is again in Melbourne. Welcome Jaok baoked to win £23,000 at 100 to 3, 4, and 5 on tho 12th instant. .. Ono ot tho Hon. J. White's firearms, Matchlock, is again doing slow work at Bandwick. ':?/ ; r Dakin, Mr. Pearson's trainer, has deoided to soratch Commotion for all engagements. \i The Victorian filly Merowib fell a few.days. and, breaking one of her legs, was destroyed. (Thunderbolt is looking up at 10 to 1 for tbe Melbourne Derby — taken and wanted. Brown and Eose, Warwick, Halcyon, and Cerise and Blue have left overland for Me...

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The World's Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

The World's Facts. _ . A baloon railway to travel on a perpendicularline up.' thb'.Gaisberg Mountain, Salzburg, has been con structed. The advertisements in a reoent Saturday's issue of the London Times, brought- in about £2,200, at the rate: of about £633,600. What the expsnses of newspapers aro few know, but its highest payments aro about £5,000 a week — one half is probable recmpt. You : see it costs something to produce thunder. We have received I d ' copy of Haynes5 'Weekly, a new . politioal. paper, published in Sydney, and tho 'smartest of the crowd. With the first issue is pub lished an admirably drawn! and colored cartoon — '' The Political Conspirators,' — after the style of the. oartoonB publialied with tho American Batirica paper — The Judge, only the troatment is entirely, original-and;rofreshingly'Unhaokneyed. ? I - ? ' Tho .papulation of, India proper ia 252,000,000, and of British India 198,755,900. The area of India is 1,486,000 square miles, and of British India, ;...

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

Personal. ; . I Cardinal M'Oloskey, Archbishop of New York, has joined the silent majority. ? Dodo Bailey, a candidate for Parliamen tary honors at tho Glebe, denominated Mr. Dibbs; 'Bismarck. Dibbs.'; This is more complin: entary ?to ' honest George' than 'Dodo' intended. Cockfights, are the national amusement at Ecuador,, pay ing a revenue to the Governaiont, and nresided over bv tho priests, who havo the reputa tion of. being the best cock-fighters and the heaviest .betters in Hcuador. Dr. Eosenherg, the journalist who ,a few months aigo was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for having shot Count . Batthyany dead in a duel, has been pardoned by the Emperor of Austria. The duel aroso through tho Count having' married a lady to whom Dr. Rosenborg coneidered himself engaged. The last member of one of the oldest noblo families in Germany died recently at Bam berg;- 1 ho Baron Maximilian von Paiilus. Thore was a great concourse at his funoral, and after tho coffin, had been lowered i...

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

? Political. : ; Paymont of. Members.will.be a question, for the newcoming Parliament to deal with. Rejected candidates for r want of, sugar,' are all dissolved in tears. ? Mr. Copeland, apeaking of local opt.ioniets, re marked that :tt' Weren't 'pour 'whiskey down their throats, and we dont want them to pour water down oura.' ' ? : The Roman Catholic bishops ox ireiana have mot and paasod . a , resolution oondeinning the the rocent outrages and boycotting which has boen ep prevalent in, Ivtltrad. , , Sir PLeriry ! Pai'kes particular fad,at ? present, is to unito Sydney and St.. Leonards ; but possibly like, his temporary manias, it will bring. ?CoFifi* oniyDead-sea' fruit: ' ) How clear New .Sdulihj'-Jfales-reanditotes for - .Parliamentary honoure, steer from the.^ueBoion of' n1 fiscal- policy.' -Free-t'rado 'arid ProtocUon are unwooed and neglected damsels. Ihe'Boncli sewer ii completed us'far als'boring 's concerned, 4^ uiiles. When connected with' the Houses of Parliament, it is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

' ' ,. BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS ; I Prints, Dress Goods, ? Muslins, Gloves, Huchings, and:;::t!tLe::' ;;^-msana. . ; -i aec^ssa^es^'; ^ ? i Thirty per Cent. Better Value than any other House in Sydn^yJ \V-'. Qciie Pal&oe Emporium, toKailwayStation. r ' ' ' - Awarded ist Prize Sydney _ ; nnd Melboiirnc Interna-, 3 Venetian, . ?/ J Bj j j Palmed & Hyam .'Streets,-, j:; ijy - ? ' ^ Balmain: BPRISTG G-OOI1S ' now opening at S.I NT) 1-] L'8 DRAPERY WAREHOUSE CORNER OF CURTIS ROAD & SHflBT ST- I hrive' ' ih-iilt^^at 2Jd,: 3Jd, SJ-i, ' and per J'ard. . I have also the Print made'. ) up into Morning Wrappers. for 2s l id, and a beau tifura'fteriiooii Sate'eii ' Costuriic, ligli't or dark, richly trimmed with lace for ,20s.; j ; r Children's ready made l'rint anil Fancy. Sa.tecil Ladies' Serviceable .Corsets, Is (id a pair. Light aiid dark Cretonnes, -Ud per yard, worth M- I. ,| i p. Pretty Plaids for Children's Dresses at 3Jd and.^lj.per yar^l. ; q r- ? q rr- fr; TX Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

The Bad and Worthless are never imitated or counterfeited,. This it esrccinlly true of a family medicine, and it is positive proof, that ,tbe remedy imitated is .of 'the highest- value.1' : As' soon'- as 1 it had .been , tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, beet and most valuable family medicine on earth, many imitations qpiung up ''and began to steal the notices in which the press and- the ^people qf the , country hnd expressed the merits of' H.B.; 'and in every way trying toinducesufferinginvalids to use this *tnff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H.B. Many have st -Tied nostrums put np in eimiliar style to : H. B.', With various.lyi devised names in which : .theword' Hop' or ' Hops'* were nsed in a: way to induce people to believe they were the: same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended re-: medics or cures, do matter what their style of j name is, and especially those with' the word; ' Hop'- cr ' ilops' in their name ...

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The Weed's Events. The Colonial Chamber of Lords. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

The Week's Events. The Colonial Chamber of ; I I Lords. With j the ; approach of the political millenium, ?when till -wrongs -will be lighted and all oiooked liiessea made straight, the qnestion of tho abolition ?of the nominee Chamber should- eeoure somo share of attention. The snbstitution of an elective Upper House, or. the makiiig the administrative functions of ; the Government a unicameral instead of a bica meral institution ought to engage the best efforts of our politicians. We have in our recollection the fine speech of the. voune Australian Demosthenes, Daniel Henry Deniehy,' concerning . Wentworth's. attempt' to foist an Upper Chamber of bona jttde peers upon 1 our youthful country. , In this eloquent denunciation of a Botany Bay aristooraoy, Deniehy foreshadowed our present unrepresentative colleo; tion of social; fossUs and decayed commercialists. We have no Deniehy now, but 1 the Chamberlain of New South Wales ; (Mr. Copeland) ? should make, a note of ;our necessities,...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

TopicIUfye Day. No nation was ever made virtuous by Act of Parliament. Analagously, no nation was ever made clean by the same means. jyUnleBB^raca loves soap and water, and out jf door dxercise, bathing; by law would prove ?v 1 ajrtative|vand compqlsoty ig^naBtics-;fa | (| dSlusion and a snare. 'jL battalion ot b'ayonets 1*] i cjiiddf hSrdly hope to inspire; ' t^e-] gentle j? Mn£mee..with an inordinate:fondnes3;.for,the; Bath. In France, the Government superin tend the amusements, the eating and drink ing, the waiting and sleeping, of its children. And children they necessarily are, for tliey never learn tb walk without leading-strings. Parliamentary meddling simply-deprives the people 'both iof the right and;' the ability to thintfffor Ijttettiselves. -iMl^the ^Quarantine reCTlBtions^ff the world/ must, faif?injtheir object, 'if the people which' they are 'intended to protect are ignorant of the most ordinary sanitary laws. Disease can be generated by filth, without the necessity o...

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WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

; WESi'-rMND.' -Service %vi»ju^-o-iulu^tol;rat-t]i63^t'''E)id'; imdcKitahdTthc.c6llectionTamoiuitcdftolSpmp-u thing like ,-tl. -J

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

u\ ? \\T)A^r?ING:STVE10T\CHUMH.M?)\A The -Kev. F. 13. FIjEtciikk. M.A;. preached to a r moderate) congregation : in ^the ? evciiiiig.' (taking fOi' his text. ' Acts XX. vl 35. .p-To l o member the words, 'of: the Lord £lo.sus.'how'ho' said.it is. move .blessed to giyi^thau. to 'receive ' Ho j firstlalluded.S to ; the jomphasis^-lgivcn bv Christ.to the two. elements of all life- — giving andr receiving.j -jlle ;sliowed; how -.both alik-* wore -necessities, rbut-referred to tlie-ioriiicr as moro blessed than tlio :? others-; The -superior blesscduuss of ghing ho «-nd, weic to be seen in the following points — 1 Tt Is a tubutc to God a confession to the - Great Giver. . 2. lestimouv 'to humanitv commou bTothuhood ?) louch-stouc of character -as exemplifving. that self sncri- ,flce,\.whioli is- the. secret ot-aU-v-trncpnoble? '1 i vi ngi^sewi^lsiuii ; the ylife,! M^esiisfSjiristfl :The:rev;geyitlemauinipre.ssed?on-.his'-liearers_ the claims, of.; the local hospital- in a very forcible i...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

;'';1!AI'T1ST 'CH^CHfUA''1 ' - ? Ii| cfti|Hcqueiicc nf the fidinevvhatsmldon nnd 'fjcyious illiic^ (if the Jnstav ,o01m ehurcli (tl|p ltev,3r,a, Glfts.sop),:the sorvieiTwas con ducted by. Sir. H. Honre, who, ht-sci short a notice, dplivered an .interesting discoui'so from I l ivings, S chap. 12 !v; The establislimoiit of the lialmahi Cottage Hosjiital and its suppuvt were also .freely referred to. and the iiecessitv that e^i^ted fuv qontrilnitions tt\ Ue fovtheom. inglftir .oflrvyingjuut; tlje good work. 'The (ittoiidnnoe was niodomto, and the collection' amounted to JJ4, ; \ii j , ;. 0

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

, -1 . v : CONG ItEGATIONAL CHUUdH.lSf;':' The service iu this place, of worship 'was coi\~ diicted in the .evening by the Key. -A. -G.iFby;; There was. ti fairly good congregation.. -Miv Fry took for his text, Job XIX chap., 21st vi, 'Have - pity upon me, have pity upoii liio, 0! ye,' my friends, for the hand of God hath touchcd me.' From this passage the preacher spoke upon a sick man's trouble, a sick man's; erv, anu a sick man s ineiui. unring tlie courac: of the address, the history of tho hospital, as, IV i institutidi affording relief to the sick and nepdy, was traced. The speaker showed that ill the days of antiquity no such institution existed ; that the hospital. and a.syiumVmsviN^ understood thcm;\Were. tlie 'outciiihc of Cii'risv tinn; .t-Mibl»lii^-'.OMri!Fiy-r ^ei^Vftl'lwigtlfPto Hospital^ Sunday in London, and narrated 'tlie circamstances of its introduction to the Colony of Victoria;, where it/hW-become' aif iii-? stitutiou - of considerabie magnitude. The 'amount col...

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Balmain Borough Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6TH. WORKS COMMITTEE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 October 1885

Balmain Borough Council. I ' Tuk'suay, OcToiivn (ji'ii. , ' |: ? woiiKfi' 'committee's ina-oiiT. ? This committeo roportcd having certified to accounts to tlio amount of £o!)H ISs 2(1. They ;also ; recommondcd : — 1 . That £40, bo expended in forming and ballasting Ballast Point Road; 'from Rowntvco-street to lhitcs strcot..1 2. That IMO bo expended in form ingilio tinmndp portion of JIanoyer-strcot, to iiba!to''a great nuisance Existing there.1 3. That -IIuniilton-Ktrcot be , korbcd: uiul guttered 'on' both i sides iit u cost of £72.4 liecoived. ?;r'-r ? ' rix.{xcr.. ' ? The Financo -Committee reported. having paid accounts nnioiin ting-to £8(52 :{s 3d. IXSPKCTOIl OK NUISANCES ltKPOItT. _ , I bo^- tO-'rbpoit ' n imisanco caused -by. filthy drainage, lying stagnant on tho south side of.iPouau't-strect, about 100 yards from Darling-street ; also another liuii-anco of filth y drainage in the rough gutter in Birch- GiWo - Eoad, -froiii just' ''-below McQuario Terrace to the culvert whi...

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