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Half Holiday Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 September 1884
- Half Holiday Association. c A meeting of the- above was held on; ttoiilay - night in Mr.' J. H. Hunt's shop. There was a large attendance, notwith standing the boisterous ' nature of the weather. Mr. Thos: Hooper occupied the chair. . .The minutes ef the previous meeting having been confirmed, a letter was read from Mr. J. tiarrarcl, m.luA., expressing his willingness to -join the Association and act. as its president, in accordance with the. request sent him. A communication from the Trades and Labour Counoil, replying to letter from the Assoeiatien stated that the couneil would give the half holiday movement every support in their power.' ! REPORT, . ! ; : i I The report of the Working Committee I stated that the butchers and bakers had bean invited , by circular to attend that meeting ; ; that on the proposition of Messrs. Simpson and Hooper it had been deoidedto ask Mr. Latcham to hold his annual picnic on 1st Ootober under the patronage of the association. The eom mittee also...
Attempted Arson. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 September 1884
Attempted Araon. I Some dastardly individual endeavoured to burn down the residence of the Borough en gineer (Mr.- '? Eerie) in Donnelly-street, ' Bal main, on Saturday night last. ' About mid night Mrs. Kerle was aroused by a noise of quarrelling in the street,, but it proving to be a couple of inebriates no notice was taken of it. When the servant got up on. Sunday morn ing she found that the- front door mat had been taken away, that a nuisance had been committed on the doorstep, and that kerosene had been poured under the door and set fire ta. Fortunately it only resulted in the bot tom-.of .the door being charred. It is thought the incendiary was disturbed by the'inelmates quarrelling aind arousing the household. The matter is in the hands of tke police.
Anniversary of the Wesleyan Sunday School, Montague-street. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 September 1884
Anniversary of the Wesleyan Sun day School, Montague-street. The. anniversary ssrvices of the above took plabe on : Sunday last, the 21st, and were followed on Wednesday evening, 24th, by tea and public meetings, both occasions being eminently successful, .and. nnprece donted in the history of the Sabbath Sehool. On the Sunday morning the Bev. Mr. Winspier (from Waverley) preached an excellent sermon to a large and atten tive congregation. In the afternoon the Bev. B- Caldwell (the resident minister) examined the children in Cateohism, and Scripture/ feeing interspersed . with recita tions and hymns, the children aquitting themselves very creditably. Bev. B, Caldwell occupied the pulpit in the even ling, and preached a powerful and earnest sermon, .to one of the largest congregations that Montague-street Churoh .had 'eve* seen. The whole of the services tested the dhurch to its utmost capacity, seats hav ing to be placed^np the aisle. The Tea and Fublic meetings were marked with equ...
Practical Science. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 September 1884
/'.; /, Practical 8oienc6. ' / : ? | ,Qn .Monday evening a lecture of a very intci'cciing. character, was , delivered in the :To'\vi( Hall,' Balmain, by. Mr. W'm. ;M,. Hamlet, F.C.S;, ; of the . Teohnical College, Sydney, : on f Pmctieal. scion'ce in. everyday life.' ' His Worship the Mayor (Mr. J, Cameron), pre sided. Tha . audience ; was hot so large as the subject and the ability oE the lecturer deserved, but it was an appreciative one.' ; | The Chairman, in' introducing the lecturer,' spoke of the value a knowledge of science was to all, . more especially such a community as that'' of Balmain, and while ho was sorry to see such n small audienoe, ho was sure till pro sent would duly appreciate the lcetuie. Mr. Hamlet, after^ 'referring to science gene rally, and to the' region 'or physic science being the; frontier of botany and the animal kingdom, ' explained in a very simple and in structive manner, the olasses— solids, liquid?, and gases. Attci dealing with solids, lit; showed...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Correspondence. [Oar columns are open for tho discussion of nil ques tions which are not ol ft sectarian otaaractcr. 'VYo wisbi t to bo distinctly understood, however, .that wo do not necessarily Identity ourselves with the opinions expressed by our ' correspondents. All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and con tain the name and address of tho writer as a guarantee of good faith. W e shall bo glad at all times to afford space for short reports ot lectures, tea meeUngs,.lodee meetings, and other gatherings ot local interest. It would bo a conrenienoe if the reports wero forwarded as early as possible after the events.]
Great Land Sale This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Great Land Sale This Afternoon. It has been well remarked that land, is not a commodity that can be increased. You cannot import it ; there is a certain quantity, and no more. Of course, there is yet an abundance of land in Australia, but it is mostly far away, in places where access is difficult, and where there is no population. .. Land in those parts is of course cheap, because there is little or no acmana tor it. uut near oyaney, the great metropolis of this colony, with its rapidly in- j creasing population, daily spreading into the suburbs, land must improve in value. In this, as in other speculations and investments, attention should be oaid to a few important facts. In buying land these facts are nearness to the city, facility of access, gooi drainage, and pleasant views. Planthurst— situate' on the main road to Tom TJgly's Point — possesses all these advantages in a remarkable degree. The Illawarra Railway, to be oponsd in a few. days, lpads directly to it. Messrs., Watkin ...
Laughter. Court Circular. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
;'-? Laughter. ; Encourage your child to be merry, and lo laugh aloud, A good hearty laugh expands his chest, and 'makes his blood bound merily along. Commend me to a good laugh — not to a little sniggering laugh — but to one that will resound through the- house. It will not only do your child good, lint will be a benefit to all who hear, and be an important means of driving the blue-devils away from a dwelling. Merriment is very catching, and spreads in a remarkable manner, few being'able to resist I the contagion i A hearty laugh is delightful harmony, indeed it is the best of all music 1 A ! merryllaughing child makes a cheerful counte nance, and a cheerful countenance ii the finest cosmetic and beautifier in the world ; more-. 0 ver, ' a cheerful conntcnance doeth good like a medicine,' and is decidedly the pleasantest of all medicines, causing neither wry faces, nor qualms in the administration thereof. There is' great philosophy in a laugh. A laugh ' 1 sets the digestion to wo...
Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Concert. ' A veiy enjoyable concert took place in the Roman Catholic School Room, Kogarah, last Tuesday evening, Pianoforte solos were, well rendered, by- Miss Pierce, and Miss; D. Hall. Mrs. Osborne sang 'Kathleen Mavourneen' and ' Home, Sweet Home ' with1 much pathos and was loudly apolauded, ' Very Suspicious,' by the Misses Maud aad A. Osborne, was a great success, and they richly deserved the enoore. Miss Goodin rendered ' Oh Erin, My Country' and the 'Wishing Cap'' very sweetly. A pleasing duct on the piano by the Misses Sergent and Hall, and a trio by the Misses Lenelian, Hall, and Osborne, were greatly appreciated. A comic song by Mr.' George Leeder- concluded the concert. , There was a good attendance arid after the concert the company thoroughly enjoyed a few hour's dan cing. The success of the concert was due to. the exertions of Mrs. Osborie, who was ably assisted by the ladies above mentioned.
OUR PRISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
??yanir'f4 *r. i ? ? ? f PR'; PRISONS. i | ''In 1!f ftkiiig : into 1 Account ! Various social matters - 'connected witli this coloiiy it would be au unjustifiable oversight and mistake -totle-^|unnoticed the criminal „cl»flie!j7ppt 'as roaming- at large,, prejing ? * vu^-on Society' and committing' Violence, and *' hoBt' bf other ? oifFences, niorji' or less serious, .but \ RS. safely, if not plea „ «kntly to themaelves, housed in prisons. About year, ago, nye briefly reviewed i the ripoH./for ? 1882 -presented to : (he Minuter of Justice by Mr., Harold Mac CompttolliBr-General iof- prisons in New South Wales. . There now lies be fare'us his last report, namely, for 1883. It seems to ub .somewhat remarkable ? _thet a report' for 1888 does not mako ^?reappearance .-Xnjitil we arc'(thinking ' about Christmus aud the elose of 1884. To say tlie least of it, this is decidedly ?ldV work for, a . Government department, ivhich has every business facility within ita reach.' On the 31st. Dece...
Local Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Local Progress. A blacksmith's shop, a public house, and a churoh are tho customary order of progression in an Australian settlement. The peoplo of Tempe Park have, however, reversed and many people will think improved upon the usual order of things and commenced with a church, a very neat structure, erected by Messrs. Fall ick and Waring, of Tempe J.'ark and Newtown, for the Wesleyan body, from designs by Mr. Evans, architect, of the Haymarkct, Sydney.
Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
r;t- Current Items. Mr. O'Toole reports having sold laud by diietioh on the 20th for tho highest price yet obtained under the hammer iu. Balmain, viz., tlie corner block Jaques ^and.o'J)arling-strepts, ? just 'beyond the Council Chambers; for £19 per foot cash. Had terms, been offered -a higher price could have been secured. it will - be seen by : reference to our special advertisements that the ranks .of tho medical fraternity! of : Balmain^hare been .increased. Dr. Macqueen, who brings a high reputation with him from Forbes, on the Lachlan, lias been taken; intQ (partnership by Dr. Jones, the popular local medico.; . The weekly meeting of the Balmain Halfrholiday Association was held in Mr. j. H. Hunt's shop on Tnesday night last. Mr. T. Hooper presided. The principal business before the meeting was the consideration of the report of the gentlemen who had waited upon the butchers and bakers to get their answers to the proposal that they should join the association. Mr. Jenson repo...
A Pare Diamond. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
A Pure Diamond. A somewhat pretty and oven romantic' resi dence is the one known as Erskinvill* House, ErskinvillcRoad, Macdonaldtown, now stand- : ing deserted. It is placed'back from the road, ' enclosed in its own grounds, embosomed among'trees.'with a circular lawn, a winding gravel sweep, and a shaded balcony in front. Once it was a ladies' school but i6 now sold Rnnnlng. olose by. the side. of it is Taogocd steeet, in which a man, late at night, con fused in mind .by something stronger than tea; Bodn,- water, or leraomlade barring a jug filled with beer in his hand, mistook the passage to a neighbour's house for his own and going up it was struck, as he alleged, on the head. A dog barked, and Mary Dowling came out of tho house and. was said to have been wounded in the left forearm by tho;intm with tho jug, which was broken into pieoeB, either by the blown given with it or by falling on the ground.. Tho wounds bf both were dressed' at* Princo . Alfred 'Hospital;- and; - th'e^ m...
GOSSIPING CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
GOSSIPING CORNER. Poor Davie Buchanan seems as unlucky with the projeots he takes in hand in the Assembly aB our worthy Borough Alder mau, Mr. Milne, at Council meetings. I don't know that he takes it to heart so much as the latter though. David is too thiok skinned to c9remuch; he has been bantered too much during his long course of eourt practice for failures to have effect upon lum. his uivorce Amendment Bill,' which met with so signal a defeat in the Assembly the other night, was certainly a novelty in colonial legislation. It pro posed that two years' desertiau was suffi cient cause to get the gordiau knot of matrimony out in twain. I quite agree with Mr. Buchanan that desertion is a crime that ought to be considered by the Court Ecclesiastical to some exteut ; but David goes too far in proposing that ' two years' ' absence should be sufficient. . It would play into the hands of the very men he desires to punish. There would be quite a elearance of discontented husbands, and gr...
Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
,'i Churoh News. i ^Ve. understand that; the. whole of the Too- j gooi estate, . Macdonaldtown, which waB to have been sold this day, publicly, by Messrs. Hardy and Gorman, has been purchased by Bishop Barry, as ; a .-site for a new church for Macdonaldtown, 'for about £2,400. The site ? an admirable one for a new, ohurch.
Visit of the Catholic Archbishop of Sydney to Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Visit of the Catholio Archbishop of Sydney to Balmain. On Wednesday forenoon St. Augustine's Church aud schools and the Convent of the Immaculate Conception were honored with a visit from the Most Rev. P. F. Moran;; D.D., Arohbishop of Sydney. The sohools. were nicely decorated with flowers and evergreens for tho occasion. His Lordship arrived at the church at about 11 a.m., and after looking round that edifice he I adjourned to the Presbytery, being accom Sanied by the Revs. Fathers D. O'Haran, ».D„ J. J. Carroll, T. O'Reilly, and P. Garavel. The parly then inspeoted the Convent, where, we understand, tho young ladies attending the school .went through the following programme : — Duet, two pianos, the Misses Byrnes, Witton, Bra nelly ; duet, ' I know a bank,' Miss Mad den and Miss Thanning ; reoitation, ' The Norman Baron,' Miss Lysaght; selection (pianos), ' Oberon,' Miss Madden and MissHogan; dialogue, 'The Lilly,' Miss Iverle and Miss Thatoher ; song, ' The hai-p that once,' Mis...
In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
In Memoriam. Those who know J. F. Fallick, Esq,, the Mayor of Macdonaldtown, will sympathise with him and. Mrs, Fallick in their , recent bereavement. On September 21, at Strick land Cottage, George-street, Macdonaldtown, their' beloved daughter, -Florence Amy, de parted this life. On the 26th September a well-known resident in Macdonaldtown was intcrred at the Necropolis, Rookwood, namely, William Henry Cousins. His age was only 36, and as the body was moved from his late. residence in George-street, opposite Kcddan's Cosmopolitan Hotel, to the Railway Station and was conveyed to his last earthly resting place,' it' was seen that many well known inhabitants both of -Newtown and Macdonaldtown. followed as a mark of respect. We observed among others the Mayor of Mac donaldtown (J. F. Fallick, lisq J, tho Rev. J, Mr. Peter James, Mr. J. Sweetman and Mr. Neitoh.
Wednesday, Half Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
Wednesday, Half Holiday. . The members ot the Balmain Half Holi day Assotiation | are certainly to be con gratulated on the success that apparently attended their first day's closing. With the exception of the butchers—and some of those closed — and the 'pubs,' arid a few other shops,' .the streets presented quite a holiday appearance^ Before the hour, for closing they had a deserted look, but after one o'clock all the business done by the few shops remaining open wouldn't pay their rent. This certainly^ looks like publio support, arid we aincerely trust that it will proveto.be so; and, although we would be the last to advocate any system of boycotting, if thejhouiewives of those who at present enjoy the shorthoursla bor boon will only avoid shopping on Wednesday afternoon^ even although their butcher or other tradesmen do not dose, it will cause the business, on i the holiday afternoons to be so dull that the shopkeepers, holding , out will get tired of ' looking over their counter...
The Park Question. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
The Park Question. ? Two deputations interviewed Mr. Stuait last week, one asking for the resumption of a part of- the Xmiandale Estate, and the other for Went'worth paddock. By arrangement the Premier was shown over .both sites on Monday morning, and without committing himself to anv thins admitted that either had very con siderable natural advantages for a recreation ground; He plainly told the Wentworth pad dock advocates that they need not dream of asking him to. resume any houses, which of course dispelled at once a lot of the calcula tions made, but beyond this he did not express aay decided opinion as to the probabilities of. * determination in favour of either position.:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
- ,01} :»EW^Jb^ERTISEMENTS. n»vy, airvin t.; ? i ? ; , ^'v i&Ateomaenced^PBAQnCE in italraaln in ; ^ ll cbnjnnoUon with Dr,' J. A. ,JO^E8. ? r SOLICITOR, j ? VINCENT AND JANE STEETS, Uh-n jit '} balMXin! r ' ' j * ^\ r ) , — : ; .0 u Edward H. Buchinan, ? ? ' 'ARCHITECT A BUILDING SURVEYOR 'I.'',., 859,, GEORGE, STREET,' -r-gY^y. ? . » y7i BiwVATE Addbess.— SNAIL'S BAY, ,h i [;;?]; BALMAIN. j ? , .'. THOMAS O'TOOLE. GENERAL AUCTIONEER, ? tr. Honw, Land; ? and Commission! Agent Outdoor' A iwtion Sale t of Jlovtrt and si O O O (j P*nd P-n4«ctqdr-. , , All. Commission Business promptly attended to. ' ' 'f, .' 'Private Address ;; Birch Orove/Belraain. Office,: ,112, Titt-street, 8jdney. ! ,0 m:' ' AC^bisMY, | i.i.t r»'.; ?-?,- * vOnthe' Heights of -Balmaini ?' 1 ?'? ! ? ? ? ^G&cfcASS SCHOOL FOE BOYS & GIRLS jrs i. ? ' ?' Cfirfo-fbceived as J-ay Pupils Only. P«IJICIP)lIt-TO5. WBIiBf, m Khij by. - Beaident and ; yisiting j Masters, .jliltRf* i5oJ-oolj offers. ? spe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884
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