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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Wednesday. OrTnitpn ??« (Before Mr. W. Johnston, D.S.M.) Jienry Harkcr, drunk inReynoldsstroot Fined 10s. Robert Wilson, for disturbing a public meeting assembled for divino worship in Bonnott's Hall, Beattio-street, held under the auspices of tho Salvation Army, was' committed to tukc his trial at the; next Quarter Sossiohs, bail being accepted in. himself of £40, and in one surety of £40. John Shepherd, for resisting a constablo1 in the execution of his dnt.v tv„a finn,! 90= and 2s. 6d. costs. Levy and distress. Wm. Hickoy, of the Lord Nelson Hotol, was charged with i Sunday . soiling. Tho case was adjourned until Friday. James Doyle was charged with leaving tho Lord Nolson Hotel with boor in his possession during prohibited hour s. This case was also adjourned. James John, for boing drunk, was fined os. and 4s. 10d. costs. Alfred Gilbert and Ernest Pa jhi were charged with being riotous, and the cases were postponed until Friday. Thomas Walters was charged with throwing stones......

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Poetry SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

? r;/, Poetry SHADOWS. ? J--C-S15i'd()'w^givc.s to sunshine brightness, - Audit gives to joy its lightness ; Shadow givas to honor meekness, - ? ' Aiid imparts its strength to weakness ; ; Shadow-deepens human kindness, Draws. the veil from mental .blindness ; , Shadow sweetens loves own sweetness, And, gives to life its deopjntcnscnoss ; Shadow is earth's sacredness, ; t . And the heaven's loveliness ; . j y j ' ? Shadow is day's tenderness, : e l ! ; , . ' And tho night's calm holiness _ Shadow's deepest nighl:of.darkiieks-i:i'i i';; .Will break -in day's. eternal brightness!' i ?-

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. (Before Mr. Johnson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

FltlDAY,- pCTQBER|3Q. . (Before Mr. Johnson', S.M) inspector Atwell v. Wm. Hickcy. This was a charge of Sunday selling against Mr. Hickcy, who is landlord of the: Lord Nelson Hotel. The evidence was very conflicting. 'The Bench fined defendant £3, costs os.. (id. J ames Doyle, charged with leaving the Lord Nelson Hotel, Evans-street, with liquor in his 'possession 'during prohibited' hours, was fined 10s. and 5s, fid, costs. ? ? W. G. Suggitt- charged W. P, lfei)Woqd with tampering with a witness. Too case arose out of a previous aotion, Gate dismissed, F. J. Paris v, Daniel M'Dqiiald, This was'a caso ill which plaintiff 1'hnrged the defendant with keeping pjgs \yithin the boundary of the borough. ' Fined 10s, and 5s, costs, I'VJ. Paris charged Henry Hlllman witli opening a street without permission. Fined £2 and 5s. costs. Win. Martin v. Mrs. Riddy. This was a case in which defendant was eharged with refusal to leave premises let to-her. by Martin. She was now prepared to leave. Or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

A LEXANDER'S COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., . : ?' AGENTS,' ? ' 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N, SYDNEY. x. ANTHONY HORDERN ';:&// SONflil r ' BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. ; Prints, Dress Goods, Muslins, Gloves, Enchiags, ajad the thoiisand a^.d one necessaries of Spring. ? Thirty per Gent. Better Value than any other House in Sydney. The Palace Emporium, Ifeymai'ket, close to Railway Station. ? Awarded. ist Prize Sydney snd Melbourne Interna- . tional Exhibitions. H.S.ROWE,JUN. Venetian, GAUZE WIRE and General Window Blind MAKEIl, Palmer A Hyam Streets, / Balmain. s 5PH. X 3XT & OOODB now opening at SIMDEL'S DRAPERY WAREHOUSE CORNER OF ... CURTIS BOAP & SHORT ST, I have Prints at 2.}d, 3Jd, 5Jd, and GJd per yard. I have also the Print made, up , into Morning Wrappers for 2s lid, and a beau tiful afternoon Sateen . Costume, light or dark, richly trimmed with lace for;20s. ; Children's rejuly made Print and Fancy Sateen Dresses, from 2s (id each. I Ladies' Serviceabl...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

DR. OWEN F. S. EVANS, Government Vaccinator,' vaccinates' every Tuesday t and -Thursday,' at',2-:i0 p.m., . at liis residence, j Darlhig-roadj Balmain. ' DENTISTRY. TO THE INHABITANTS OF BALMAIN AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. Ladies and gentlemen.— wc have tho pleasure to announce that wc have opened a branch of our well known establish ment of 18 Wynyard Square at Balmoral Housed Darling-street, BALMAIN. Adjoining the site of the new Court and Post Ofticc, under the management of MR. CHAS. DAVIS, L.D.S. Late assistant Dentist to the London Hospital.; ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ?j Complete Set, upper and lower £7 7s Od' Single Tooth ? ... 15s Od Stopping ? ? 7s (id Extractions ... ? 2s Cd . Hours of Attendance — 8 to 9 a.m., 1 to 3 E.m., G to 8 p.m., Saturdays 1 to 8 p.m. Also y appointment. ABOLPHE GABRIEL & CO,, DENTISTS, 18, WYNYARD SQUARE. Two doors from Pfahlcrt's Hotel, SYDNEY. Artificial Teeth. Full Set, £5 5s. Single Tooth, 10s. Fall Set 18 Carat Gold, £15 15s. Teeth Stopped— Scaled and ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

, S 0 flSuteHCifijBbSSSipSJ ^ balmain steam! saw mills and JOINERY WORKS. Ecai O'Hce: ., ..BALMAIN, / . . Town- P&'flf'! Market Whabp, Stone*, .i ; nb— Bto.t 'description of Tiisber, Doom''4 ? : ? -'-gasiiesi -'ualTOnlsed ' (toreo&tcd'.Ironj'T^ »| ; ' ? cry. &oii always on hand. .' , ' ' BURNS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1 ' Timber Merchant and Importer, Has on hand and to arrm, at wholesale 'Prices : — : DRESSED, FLOORING, LINING, and' WEATHERBOARDS BALTIC DEALS, 9 and II x 3 OREGON and REDWOOD LUMBER AMERICAN SUGAR PINE »nd USD ? i ; WOOD DOORS all sizes AMERICAN' SUGAR PINE and , ? SHELVING . KAURI- FLOORING and Uridresi ed limber - all sizes.;' 1 HEAD OFFICES : , 22, EBSKENE-STB^JET?. ; ' JAKES HYDE & SONS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS Manufacturers ,nf : Cnst and Wrought Iron_ Garden . Si nts; Balrony Columns and' ? Palipailiius. Witcr I'ipcs. : ' All s'«s - { Truck and Barrow Wheels, al ways on; hand. : . ? . ? ' CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CO...

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WEST BALMAIN. ST. THOMAS', Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

? WEST BALMAIN. - St. Thomas', Church of England— Morning, 11, Rev. E. D. Madgwick. : Evening, 7, „ Sr. John's Church of England. Birchgrove-rd Morning, 11, Rev. E. J. Sturdee .. . -.Evensong, 7*30, -7 ... St,' JosErn's Roman Catholic'— ' ''' . . Mass, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Reilly . Vespers, 7, „ St. Paul's, Presbyterian — Morning, ii, Rev. G. Grimm .. , ? . .. Evening, 7, . , . t-' Wesleyan Church, Montague-streetH - . . .-'s. Morning, ix, Rev. F. E., Fletcher i Evening, 7, Rev. R. Caldwell. ? ? Wesleyan Church Callan P»irk-- . - ~ Morning 11, Rev. R.lCald\vell. ^ y ? : Evening, 7, Student 1 /.?' Baptist Church, Mullens-street— ' T Morning 11, Rev. J. J. Glassop 5 : } /' / Evening, 7, „ Primitive Methodist Church— ? /_ , ] .' Morning, ix, Rev. J. B. Penman 1 . Evenirig.7. Mr. J; Ressell. . | Ministers or church officers are especially requested to send any corrections for the above list on Thursday in each week, to ensure insertion without charge. §almain 0server. SATURDAY, OCTOBER...

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Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. ST. MARY'S, Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Church Services for To-morrow. EAST BALMAIN. St, Mary's, Church of England — Morning, 7*45, Holy Communion „ ii, Rev. J. Spear Evening, 7, „ St. Augustine's, Roman Catholic Mass, 7*30 and n a.m., Dean Leonard Vespers, 7 „ Presbyterian 'Church, Campbell-street — Morning, 11, Rev. J. Cosli, M.A. ... Evening, 7 Congregational Church—: VV Morning, 11, Rev. A'. G. Fry Evening, 7, Rev. J. F. Cullen . . WesletAN Chubch, Darling-street — Morning, 11, Student Evening 7, Rev. F. E. Fletcher, M.A.,

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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Sbidntifie: 1 !'i:1'' .-i-.i'u'ii;i{i; 'it! v»{ b -Yfi't-n --f viiitr ti The human J body ; consiets '.of 'irioi'b 1 tlian- iwothiij- u- huqdrod ;distiir{ct bones:' ?! yi-jiKf1- -Iiinvt-i-ijli; Iwm '^TB^fuir capacity ' of 1 the 'lungs' '1b 'about 'tfinfe 'l11*''' hundred and twonty cuhifc' inehes, '''-n: » *''»?«} j]/* jit -i | ( About two;thirds of a pint of' air is inhaTed and '? exhalod'at'each brpith in ordinary rcspir^tipn^ ^ An- amount of,..blood)equal.,to thqjwhple.quantityi,,,,, vf j -11 of tho body , passes: . through. ;the;,heart, once,. eyery, ... jiV,,? minuto. , ,,,. ., ., ... ... The stomach daily,prodi)cesnine;ppiindBiP.f. gastric;,, ,. juice for digestion of food.. Its capacity, is; -aboflt :!'.,f7 f five pints. /,no!r. The skin contains- more: tliam two! milliorii opeif- 'D.'/' l ings, which are tha .outlets of tin- equal' number.Df ;fi{ qiiii.i/ sweat glands.; ,i; }?-?/, ,-, J-,.-,: .Iim,-,! nine TiThei-eara more than'fiv'e hundred (.eptirate' muscles' fiv? in tlio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

H, ROSENBERG, Practical Tftilor, London Clothing Hall 9, Market Street, Sydney, Has just Opened A New Shipment of CHOICE PATTERNS at tho Lowest Prices; Mgpre S^eet off Mansfield Street n^iss Qartne-w, First;01iiss Press ipid J^antle Maker. Jtegsjt^ infar^ the Pulitic generally that she hj\s ccunineuqed lmsiucsa lit the above addwws aiid trusts by prompt attention and moderate charges to merit a share of public patronage and support. ? ? WATSONS BAY, BANTRY BAY, AND HEAD OF MIDDLE HARBOUR On and after 2}^ ' ? ri^I(ji' s.g. W'ili leave John-street, X i\vwn'ont,'nt 2.20 p.m.; lleynolds-strcet, ll^Imain, at 2.H0 p.iii., Stephen-street, at 2.35 p.m.. fur. Vratsou's Buy, Bantry Bay, and Head of' Middle Harbour, leaving Watson's Bay on iWupi Trip, at 5 o'clock, nnd every Sunday ' i^i^il ^m-.tliey. ! lictur.n lfai'.e : AVntson't; Buy, 0d.; Bantry Bay ipicl Hei\d of Middle Harbour, Is. ' N.B. — No other- Steamers .allowed to laiiil a Biuitv.y W- i A(. BVIW'J t*i'oi)vietor. ? No i 33| Duke of...

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The World's Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

1 J' TH'd W:oi4d's -Faets*r'' , .. . I ,v*U'-'-.U K0iuf.';0«.{70 s .GaB firstimBi'.ufaptured in London, 1813. J ? ? ? The-impdrt's- of Japan 'for'flidrybar 1884^ amounted' to £5,250,000. y'. 1 ' ' .1. Frances's living -boyond her means, at theirato of 600, 000, OOOfr. per, year. ? .- .i; . ; , i Shellac i? prodli'ded in Assam, and riiariy pai fs of India, from a treo called Bihar,- by the purictUr'o of an insect, tho Coccus laccn. '- j * | 1 ' Red lead (oxide of lead) coutains 3 atoms .of 1 lead to 4- of oxygen. It is. very heavy and. difBotli.. to inix'1with othor pigmerita, or to'uio safely in decora tion orlin painting. ,; ,i ? ! The Norman style in architecture, usually termed .the^Bngliah, dates its cultivation in Great- Britain' r'frarii 106S to 1170; and, if the transition or Seaii Norman bo included, to 1200. »'? ??--»! Lucerne s wa? intrbtlauoe4r/;irto;^Engl.aiidwinxrlhe.v aoventeontll 'century, and ir.to Lothian by the Earl 'of Haddington, 'and Mr. Cqckburn of Ormistoni bc...

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Local Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Local Sporting. Correspondence is going on between Mr. Deeblo and a gontlemon in America re a match botweon Beach and Teomer for £300 or £1000 aside. A team from tho Balmain Bowling Club wero defeated by the Globe on Saturday last. The scores were 05 and 107 respec tively. Tlie opening, coromony of tho Woolloo mooloo Bowing Club, which took place last Saturday, was a big success. Nearly an mo emus nau representatives tnore, Balmain sent two four-oars and five skiffs. Thoro wore between 30 and 40 boats in the procession. The new PUVU M4s fftir to bo very successful. Messrs. S. j. Law, J, Eraser, W, Martin and A. Frasor aro o^ppcted to make warm work at the trouble Bay Dogatta to-day, and many think some moro honors will bo won for the Balmain Club, A great doal of apathy has been shown this yoar in oonneotion with tho Balmain Begatta. Tho programnio and prize list now stand as follows : — Junior eight, £20 ; canvas dingies, 14 foot and undor, £o, £2, £1 ; maiden fours, in string-tost...

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SPRING CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

SPRING CLEANING. To Scoun Boaisds.— Pipo clay and water mixed together till th'ey form a thick paste, and spread over tho part whero thero is a stain, will tako out tho greaso very soon, liis is a foreign practice and a very suc cessful ono. Others prefer thickly covering tho spot with dry Fuller's earth, or, if this does not succeed, a mixture may bo made of five parts of Fuller's earth to one part each of pearlash and soft soap with boiling water to mako a pasto ; lay it on quite hot, und leave till quite dry (say all night), and then scour it with soap or silver sand and water. For simply .making the boards a good color and to keop them freo from in sects uso tho following mixturo : -j lb of lime, J lb of sand, to lb of soft soap. Lay it on tho boards and scrub it well, wash it off with clean water, -and make it as dry as possible. If ink should bo spilt on boards, it may bo removed by tho application either of spirits of salts or.,- strong muriatic acid, and afterwards simply wa...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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TOO MANY PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

TOO MANY PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. An article, bearing tho sensational head ing, ' SVhen ?will tho -world bo full 'r ' is going tho rounds of tho papers. Tho con clusion arrived at is that those who are now coming into tho world will find it incon veniently full before their timo comcs for leaving it. There can bo no doubt that this wul really bo tho case, but it is a still more curious fact that tho world has never been anything olso than full. Abraham and Lot found that thoy had not room enough, and thoy accordingly agreed to separate. It has always been so. fho world nee ins to have plenty of vacant spaco, and yet tho struggle for existence is always keon. It is so full that no ono can got a living in it without encroaching on some ono elso. Tho senso of ovor-crowdin™ is folt in tho interior of Australia just as it is in London. As a more question in arith metic, it is quito certain that at tho present rate of incroaso, the timo will como when thero will not bo standing room for manki...

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UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISPENSARY. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DIS. rENSARY. '- ? ' ' ' (to . the editor.) , in your -issue of Saturday last.a letter appcans,' 'signed' ' a' Believer in High Wage*,' rsettiiig forth' wluit lie considers to be an'iii justice tliat lie and others arc likely to suffer from—the evil effects of our endeavour to make better, provision for those who arc members of Friendly Societies. You will see, Sir, I am pre suming the writer is a member of sonic such society, .and yet witiifil I, must express a dgnbt, from the fact that l|p uecnjs sq gfosslv ignqrai|t Qf the mailV benefits to bp. derived frhni siicli instituti()!)s jis ' this Plgpejiggfy, wlp'pij'iji h||( oije of hundreds of a similar i|at'!l'c doing ili: calculable goocj, bf)tlj ill thjs find the iuljimiilltf colonies, S'ow, Sir, if there |« nnytliiiig' jn this life worth contending for, it is fairness, (rank: ncss,_ and justice, but the writer has a desire to misstate, with, a view . no doubt, to mislead, and I presume' has-.- 'proved to...

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Correspondence. BALMAIN ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Correspondence. ?BALMAIN ELECTION. ' ' TO THE EDITOR. SIR,— III ^ your last ' issue you made some :rathcr vindictive remarks ' apropos ' of the late election which arc generally . understood to have been directed against myself. As to the malignant tone of your icommcnts I nm perfectly indifferent ; but on one point affect ing my personal honor! ond Mr. Buchanan's' veracity I wish to offer n'-wordof cxplanntimi I shall say nothing as' to tlie aiithoritj' of the jiaragraph which appeared in the S.M, Heiiald on the polling day, further than this,' that tlie paragraph was written at the pressing request or a numoer 01 gentlemen who heard JIr Buchanan's speech at Conn Smith's Hotel and who were as much disgusted with liisvacilin tiou and political trickery 03 they now are with the stupendous mendaoity which he iias since displayed. The facts as to what occurred at Conn Smith's Hotel are these. Mr. FitzhardiiiKe with a number of his supporters proceeded to' that hotel to address the elec...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Suburban and General A man namod Hugh Colson dropped down dond on Wednesday in Mr. Kidman's shop while being sorvod with grocorios. _ Thirty Victorian Members of Parliamont visited tho Molbourno Zoological Gardons last Wednesday and nearly frightened to doath tlio lion and lioness. Thoy thought tho M'sP. wero to bo caged as competitors in tho exhibition. Cardinal Moran paid a hicli compliment to his church peoplo in N.S.W- whilo ho was in London. Ho said, ' tlieio was not a people on tho face of tho earth so deter mined to hold thoir own in tho matter of religious education as tho people of tho arcndioceso of Sydney.' Tho Grand Lodge of N.S.W. Free and Accepted Masons has been recognised by tho Grand Lodgo of Now York. Tho Koumolian dispute is far from settled yet, and it is feared tho Conference of tho Great Powers will avail little. Cardinal Moran is expected to arrive in Sydnoy by steamer on Monday. Charles H. Law, of Enmoro Road, Now town, is insolvent. Liabilities, £210 19s. 3d...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

TO THE EDITOR. Sin.— In reply to a letter which appeared in your lust issue signed ''A Believer in High Wages,' I think the least the writer might do (admitting that ho is what his name de notes) is to be manly and give us his name so that we can see whether he is an interested party or not. If nil interested one then we could seethe manner in which heisjntorested, whether he is a member of a society connected with the Dispensary or whether he might be a member of the medical profession, and so neeuhiarlvliuterestccl '; and' if not cither then I fail to see why he should interfere, or in other words, why he should break his logs over what floes not lay in his road. Tlie writer handles my name pretty freely, and I think that is the very reason why lie should not be afraid or ashamed to let the public; know his. Personally I do not feel any difficulty in guessing tlie writer, aiul I nm sure that there are plenty of others able to do the same. If I were to say the writer'liailH from a ...

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Five Dock Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Five Dock Notes. K oirri Oomi'EspoNnEXT.1 Tho Church of England Parsonago, Five ?(Dock, now? in , course ?? of erection, will bo quite an' imposing building whon finished, and will mako tho church look more shabby . than it was boforei'if that bo possible. Tho ' enorgotic clergyman and cnurchwardens should givo thoir attention to this. Thoro is plenty of wealth in tho municipality; thoro aro several centlomon who each could afford to orcct a handsome church and not miss the monoy it would cost, if thoy wore only possossod of tho same liborality as Mr. Thomas Walker, of Concord, Mr. John Campbell, and inany others who could bo mentioned. Great improvements in tho roads of Fivo Dock aro looked for. The North Road, now under ropair, will, when finishod, bo ono of tho finest in tho colony ; footpaths 15 feet wido, and carriage-way 50 feet wide, thanks to the onorgy and determination of tho presont Mayor. ' : Ojae of tho , aldermen ob j ected-to having a good road, or . rather footpath, ...

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Miss Deane's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 October 1885

Miss Deane's Concert. , A grand vocal and instrumental concort was given' on Tuesday evening, under the 'direction of Miss Pejj.no, ftt tlie School of Arts, Balmain, Sho was assisted by 'a most talented company, of artist?, both professional and amatouv. / Tho I concort oponed with a Tor/ottino ' -- I Navigauti,' which was executed by Miss Doano, Afr, Sedgefield and Mr. S. L. Doano, It was excellently sung, and it can be said, with truth, that every succeeding pieco of music was rendered ,with the greatest skill. Mr. Haro was loudly applauded for , his flute solo, ' Santa Lucia,' ^MissDoane in ' Caro Nome' greatly, epfcollocj, and was .most desorviri§ly applauded,. The yioliqist Mops, De Willimoif showoil himself a perfect master of what is at ono and tho sumo timo tho most iboautifiil and most difficult of in struments, Tho gontlomen amateurs who assisted him wero also deserving of groat praise, the first quartette being boautifully rendered, and tho second beirigno'less suc cessfu...

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