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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

' JO,. ' ' ' ' xyirgT BALMAIN. ' St. TaoiUS', Church of England— V MomiBg, ll,.Rev. E. D. Mad(,'wick (OU JBwntoR, I,'. ii 1 __ Br. JoHH's, Church of England (Birchgrove rand)— H i f ' ' * '' Morning, ll; Ker; MrSturdee .^jufcs-r ? ?BT#ningt-7)- ? - n iilAiSll Josjm'b. Koman Cathoh'n-^'-r . (1 . , Ma®i, 8 and ],0 Jiithcr T. O'Beilly I ! u'l tao'^vJ 7, i,.j - ?? ; ? ! rresbjtorinn — j Horning, 11, Bav. Geo. Grimm, M.A. HJ'.i-'-sO 'i KTening, 7! „ ' „ | ? ' WaatiiAN CnsiCH (Montague street) — ! f v.,.,. ^Morning, ;ll,KeT.W. Hill ,» j j iBrening,;7, Student V ? -?-? WMLaiiii'OatiiCH (Callen Park)— j - : ; ' : - ; Horning, 11, Student I Erening, 7, Bar. B. Caldwell i Bimi»t:Cuukch (Mullein (treat)— Morning 11, Mr. Tlios. Eady ; Erening, 7, Bar. J. J. GInitop PkiuiTiti'Methodibt Cbobck— ' air.'il'i n ;.: Morning, 11, Mr. Ji.B. Penman Erening, 7, Mr. Stringfellow Ministers or church offlcera are eapecially requested f* sta'd any, corrections -for the'abpTe list on Thursday I laaaoh weekj t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Church Services for To-Morrow BAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

jGhurch Services for T o -Morrow EAST BA1MAIN. ? . St. HAB*'», Church of England— i ? ? Horning, 11, Bev. M. Archdall, M.A, I r» — l : /V-Bwning,-. 7, .-??». - ! riB*i AlIOPiTtKl's. Roman. Catholic— ~ ? ? Max, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Father J. Carroll ,Vespere, 7, ? „ ' 1 ^ Fuaimaiii' Chuich, Campbell street— I ,'4* S Morqirijf, ll, BaT. P. M»oqueen ; - ' XTening, 1, „ . „ .?iu!t-i(--'!'Ceifejia#A*ioirii Chbbcii— ; t : ? 1 Itoniing, 11, Minister from Sydiiay i - : ETming, 7. ., „ : ] ? ' .WmlixakChuich, Dar]ing-«treet— t-u ? Morning, 11, Ber, K. Caldwell;' ; ? VWilif' : ETeninR, 7, Iter. 119.11111 ; ,

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A WIMBLEDON SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

A ' ^ tii iiL^DoSl ' SU RPRI SE . j ^ inaWaging 'partner in, ,vt)io Scl' .-known firm of Bolicitora^MefiBris I}|»vo and Bully, wa^ bb good a hn 8. band ins he wns a business 5rinfttii??.%hich sis' Eaying ' a 'great3 clea^ Never had a wife less reason than liis to complain , of. the neglecj., oj , misconduct oif on the whole', .,did - notr' complaioiiuii'jShe'. Tsr'tis ' both 'f eatiBfied withy and'protid of, her youngj I , After I 6er-sir#l!y%ar3 apcnt'.m.lfcne1 lioljr bonds of I natri^0BV-»{h^ pboth/ seemed to find 'j these; ^ ijonds as easy as they were during Itfieif'Koneymoon. ? _ ? j —-There were, however,' tivoT thlngs^wJi ich tronyedJBessie's Uttleibeartirl'THe first one was that though her husband's business was extending in a way quitej MjhfMtory to hjm, temWfl Ifery ? «m%ati8factory' to- her.; Every day Joseph wns becoming more: ?nd i^oiiQj^f.aJiady'sjjIaWiyeri i.^any of' the divorcjf, theatrical and breach of] promise cases every -term found their | way into his hands. Wh...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Conversazione and Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

' Conversazione and Exhibition. The above is the title given to a grand at tempt being made to clear off the debt on the Presbyterian' Church, by means of what is really a bazaar under another name. The local Town Hall was the scene of the gathering and was very prettily decorated with flags and evergreens, while each of the stalls had a motto, as ' JScclesia, Jb orgot-me-not, «c., anu wiose who. have! travelled were reminded by the word 'Mittagong ' that refreshments were to be obtained, without, however, the drawback of having to rush for the train before they were half swallowed. The bazaar was opened by the Colonial Secretary on Monday evening, and has been: very .well patronised throughout the week, a musical programme being provided each evening, of course rafiies, lucky bags, Jcc, . have been' briskly carried on and it is hoped that when accounts are made up a very sub stantial reduction will have been made in tho Btun.o^ving upon the church. ? .

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Poetry. HE SIR[?], SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Poetry. Mm ii iiiiiM^MrMMirrrrry , ? [?] - ? -Br— JO»BPIHS&-PObIjARDi ? I | Bwee\^bdfclem^ W€5r-j tho lioYce tliat r»n^ B«t none coul^ipiactly guess their word -, While the maid so cleyer, „ O ,, owl R, n ere i lovu, 1 iutc iuibvci i j noiJaej^'a WutFjji'sli pnsMiSy I ,( y A- I WM^WihMd1 vfil * 'singip^. ;bp ,,so , sweetly 1 tadiliktaiM'' theVc.V.tntranc^cpn'iW.clcly ; ,v r-Fot thesdrtild^f a'^biee^so swect.jand cleai] Was rnpturoft8 mrisic','tb'Hift ear, '' /' ' j - — ? — And*he said, 'J Ali, /never . . , j Ji. y.i '.ht Hiv .')Wonld IXvisli'td'Scyfe#'1 \, -' , , , rio From One^whoilovts and'loves'foi'cyer !'' j ';i:silitJy,iAHiiie had the'maidcti Heard ' ( ? :;-'':SIcn'w-eVc ^^aMrcel'of'gay'debeivefs j , / , I ,:,5!Tn woman's ytror|th,' attd/Jji/wbinaTi's.^oid,, j 'AJiis forth'e.ho'st'.of untolievrtrs 1/.' j.,,,, j ' ''MBftfs1 u'fcrc 'fickle, ' nli, wol 1 .'eha knew Many were' false, but' slie was triro, , lWKiHa/iand clcycr, ,, /And frtitlilcss'never,' _ 1 ?'flhe'sanf;,'''...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Property Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Property Sales. Messrs. Tate and Co., auctioneers, 110 Eliz abeth-strcet, report having sold North Waver ley block of about 8 acres at a satisfactory figure. Macquarie Fields block of 7 acres 8 roods 18J perches, parish of Minto at £100 cash, P. J. Hogan. Rcdfern Equity of re demption of house No. 144, Moorehead-stree?, £50. Mr. and Mrs. Hodge. Riverstone Blen heim Park Estate, lot* 31 to 36, section 2 at £4 10s 0d,'H. .Hay. lots 37 to 42 section 2 cach 22 feet frontage, £4 10s Od. A. Hay, Anburn Langtry Estate, lots 50 and 51 section 2, £40 'cash, J; Stewart. s

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE BULL-DOG AND THE PANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

THE BULL-DOG AND THE . ? PANTS. One day as an animated canine of the bovine variety was chewing. the seat: 'of ?a young man's pants his teeth came inj 'contaict\vith a'death-dealiug implement! known as a five-shot revolver. Thej dog .unwisely endeavored to 'assimilate! the article, when it discharged and fat- j ally wonnde,d. liiaT. The, 'animal/ rolled] over !in' 'agoffyand the yoring man , eja crilated. iri cheerful tones. ! - - - ? = ' ' Aha,, my cannibalistic friend, when you'tabtded me you were unaware that I was loaded.;' ; ? .'?True/' replied-: the .-dog, faintly $ ' but. if I had tackled you unawares olse but where I did you would have disco vered that I was, loaded.'' /. Then the animal's suffering 'e'eased, and the young' man secured enough Money for. the mangled a-eniains. :from a sau&age'-maker to enable hini to' have his trousers repaired.; , j 'U 7' Moral : never, bite , more'n youl;; can chaw:' : Yeneti Ax. Visiting Caki)s.— The eti-: q'uette of visiting was a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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PECULIARITIES OF HANDSHAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

PECULIARITIES AQF HAND- ] [jT]^]-liff^ent modes of shaking hands'' ^wifl dolineate^hn^ap character better plan an s|a|l«|j^t|ci|i do, itfdc mnny pScnim'ritios^of 'diffCWnt persons may be noted in tho performance of this social custom. Who would expect j tos get a handsojne donation- or aTiy dori^tion at all frbm J»\ man ^vfho'will' ;gijre| two nngerslo'be slialien and keeps the others' bent as upon an itching palm ? The hand coldly' held pnt,- to; be shaken and drawn a w feyja g ni ri . as. sc on as it decently may be, indicates,, a , cold, , selfish character,; while the hand that 'seeks yours cordially, and unwillingly relinquishes its : warm clasp, gjves token of a warm disposition' and of a henirt full of sympathy for hu manity. How much -that is in the heart can be made to express itself through the agency of the. fingers ? Who having once experienced, has ever forgotten the feeling conveyed ly the eloquent pressure of tlie ; hand from . a dying friend when the tongue! has, cea...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1. (Before Mr. G. W. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Wednesday, Oct. 1. '- i : (Before Mr. G. W. Addison, S.M.) i'.? Williams, for drunkenness in Cameron stveet, and Elizabeth M'Auliffe, for like con t»: duct in Darling-street, wore each fined 5s. \. J SUMMONS CASES. ^Robert Erskine, riotous behaviour in Sown / 'tree-street, was fined 10s, with 2s Gd costs. V Benjamin Benyon and Ernest Rose, for , riotous behaviour in Ennis-street, were each fined J 5s, with 2s 6d costs. Ernest Rose was i further charged with ' wantonly throwing .stones in Reynolds-street, and mulct in a * penalty of 10s, with zs ou costs, Sarah Sullivan, for using obscene langungc i in Weston-road, Balmain, was ordered to pay '*' 20s? with 4s lbd costs, or stay 14 days in gaol. Charles Jones, for allowing cattle to stray, was ordered to nay Gs, with 2s 6d costs, William F urn ell was summoned for being the keeper of a dog which attacked one Wil liam Marshall, in Curtis Road. It appeared from tho cvidencc that the complainant was walking past defendant's house, and th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPT. 29. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

v '^BALMAIN POLICE OOUBT. . ? Monday, Sept. 29. I r','''T''v'V:-i (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) ? I William M'Gee, for being drunk in Lawion street, was fined 5s. . . r . Patrick Dillon was also ordered to pay 10s for a1 like offence in Trouton-streot ; and for using obsceno language ho was fined -2Ds. .4. , .7 Some 30 small debts cases were alao henrd.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Public Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

-Public Debate. Three members of the Newtown Young - Men'sMutnal Improvement Society, in con ? neotion with tho Congregational Churoh, lately paid a visit to I'etersham on tlieirm ? tation of the Petersham Literary Association for the purpose of debating the question, Was the character of Queen Elizabeth wo.thy bf admiration ? Tbe local champions opened the debate 'in. the .affirmative, while the visi tors .from Newtown declared that the im nortiai nnffraffp of no'steritv challenged her ?. ? rlght:.to the title of ' Good Queen Bess.' After a very spirited and interesting debate, during which each side had a most impartial hearing, tho vote of the audience was taken and de blared to be in favour of tho Newtown repre sentatives. Mr. W. H. Pigott occupied the chair, and in replying to the usual vote of thankB, spoke in high terms of the value of such literary institutions as were represented by the debaters that night.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3RD. (Before Mr Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

„... Friday. Octobeb 8bd. ? r. (Before Mr Addison, o.M.) Theresa! Barry, an old offender, for being ' drunk and disorderly, wos fined 20s, iu default four days. Patrick Henry was fined 5s for 1 being intoxicated. , ? ; Hannali Fulton summoned Susan Scott for using obscene language towards her, but the ? - ' . magistrate dismissed the case.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Extensive Property Sale at Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Extensive Property Sale at Balmain. Messrs. Watkin and Watkin report a most succcssful sale last -Saturday (on account of J. Rose, Esq.), of the Edithville Estate, situate in Terry-street, adjoining White Horse Point Reserve and overlooking; Cockatoo and Iron Cove, to the latter of which it has' an exten sive and valuable . deepwater frontage. The estate had been well advertised for sale in the Balmain Observer, and the auctioneers attri bute to that fact the presence of a large per centage of local buyers, who, intending not to let the opportunity slip, turned out en masse and secured nearly the whole of the allot ments ; thus showing that Balmainites believe in Balmain and are prepared to put their money down in sound investments over here. One of the largest crowds seen (at Balmain at anything of the kind was present, and after spirited competition the first lot (the choice) was knockcd down at 101b. per foot. -17 lots were disposed of, being the whole of the sub division with th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Latcham's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Latcham'sPionio. ] (By Roundabout.) ' The Half-holiday Association having] granted their patronage to the above gentleman's picnic a good number of the | tradespeople took advantage of the ' late j boats and joined the assembled crowd at] Chowder. I left in the Waterview, and j she took half-an-hour to go to the Bay. We had a lovely trip ; in Inot you could not imagine a? more' plda'sant one. Tho air, .was most, invigorating, and anyone Who had the tripwill feel the benefit of it for a month. .Doctors would be seldom required if tradespeople would take fresh air once a week, provided it was as good a day afl I enjoyed. Ou the ground there was plenty of good music, (provided by the Coldstream Band), dancing,' merrygo round, two's and ihrees, crickot, rounders, etc., and every ono seemed.to enjoy them selves thoroughly;' 'I : should think thero were not less than 1000 people all told present. I met a policeman oa tho ground and asked him how things were; going ou, and ho told me he ha...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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PETERSHAM BALANCE SHEET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

PETERSHAM BALANCE SHEET, TO THE EDITOB. Sib, — Allow me, as an individual that takes great interest in the Borough; of Petersham, to offer my congratulations to the Mayor and aldermen for the very satisfactory /balancc. sheet they have been ? enabled to pre sent, to fus the rate payers, for the : half year,1 but there is one item that strikes my attention very forcibly, viz., Build ing Fees. Sydenham Ward as only credit for £1 8s,' equal to 5 permits, whereas I could point to over, a soore of new buildings that have been erected there of late. There must be negligence : somewhere. ' Perhaps Alderman ; Henry would be kind enough to enquire who are the defaulters. r. . , ,1 am, youra &c., ^v^^^^^OBSERVER.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Entertainment in the School of Arta. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Entertainment in the Sohool of Arts. A negra and variety entertainhtent was given in the above hall on Monday even ing in aid of St. Augustine's school fund. Messrs. Clark and. De. Lange performed with the bones, while Meflfcs. Fanning and Miller manipulated the tambos, and Mr. Shawelhood acted aB interlocutor. .-Songs were rendered aB follows:— 'JuSt , down the lane,' Mr. P. MoDonagh ; ' Eighteen Pence' (comio), Fanning;; 'Dear.; Old Home,' Mr. J. S. Hall; ' Keep.,in the Middle of the Road' (comio),. Mr. De Lange See that my grave's kept green,' Mr. F. Shawelhood ; ? ' When I take' my Nanoe to ohurch' (oomic), Mr. Miller; 'Miss Brady's Pianofortay' (comic), Mr. R. Clark. Ihese last three were deoided ly the most correctly rendered, and were cordially received, especially that by- Mr. Shawelhood. The first part was concluded by a grand^ tableau — 'Trip round the World,' introducing National airs, but although it appeared to take with the audience, tho effect was spoiled through n co...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE BALMAIN BALANCE SHEET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

THE BALMAIN BALANCE SHEET. -. ' TO the' editor. Sih, — I cannot help admiring' the grand air of condescension with winch Messrs. Clubb and' Appleton (our Council auditors) pat our , worthy aldernen on the back', and tell them they have been good boys ; it was worthy of tho aldermariits thanks' they received', .doming as it did from men who are. evidently in the position to state ' that the- business of the Council is carried' on in a manner that will compare favourably with any similar institu tion in the Colony,' ; Yours &c.,. W.H.GRANT.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Balmain Progress Committee. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening at Mr Half nights' auction rooms. The attendance was large, and the chair was taken by Mr Cox. The minutes having been confirmed, the quar terly balance-sheet passed, and two new mem bers proposed, the Borough Council's balance sheet was cursoorily-referred to. The drv earth system adopted by the Council was then dis cussed at considerable length. Mention was made of the question asked by Alderman Burns in March last — ' What ampunt of arrears to the dry earth system were due at end of December, 1888.' i'o which the Mayor replied— ' Arrears £731 0s lid. December accounts f 1213 ; total, £1944 0s lid. De ceived to date, £588, thus leaving £1356 still due.' 'It,, was pointed' out by some of the speakers that the half-yearly balance-sheet dated February, specified expenses at £1128 7s l0d and receipts £663 10b, leaving further arrears £451 17s- lOd. The- balance-sheet for August showed a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE McSULLEA SILVER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

THE McSULLEA SILVER CUP. The contest for the above cup was com- . menced on 8aturday; last and will be con cluded this afternoon. There was a large crowd of persons assembled in the vicinity of the Mort-strcet ferry wharf, and the .feriy steamer, Balmain, which followed cach race, was well patronised. There were .-some thirteen entries for the prize; but of those' only nine came before the starter. The three divisions pulled showed that there is good metal in the vouths comnetinir. and cach competitor, tried rhis hardest to secure the first position. ..The course was from a boat moored a little to the southward of the jetty, round Goat Island .arid back' to the starting point, the distance being about two miles. The handicapping was the ordinary method of putting weights in the boats. / For . the first division' comprising J. Brown (feather) O'Hare (feather), Pyne (201bs) and Aitken (201bs), a good start was effected; and things went merrily until the first quarter of a mile '.had b...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 October 1884

Sporting. [ Secretaries of rowing, bioyole, bowling, football, and ! otiier clubs are requested to send in reports of mutches I fur publication,!!! this «olumn not later than Wednesday,] I Leichhardt Victors v. Glebe Almas,' The match between the Victors and the Almas was j played on the Victors' ground on , Saturday, 1 the result being a win tor the tormer uy to runs. The weather was delightful and some good playAvasseen; thegameended to;time with an easy victory for' the Victors. The batting honours fell to JIughes, 20, Wm. Jones 24, Wm. Taylor 20, F. Jones 11. For the Almas, Wright was tho onlyj double figure, with 26, by free hitting. For the winners, Clement se idnied 7 wickets tor 18 runs.- We append the scores. Viotors— Clement, bowled, Wright 3 ; Taylor, caught, bowled, Gurphey 21! j ? Hughes, run out, 26 ; Wiuslow. bowled, Fox 7 ; Parker caught and howled, Burton 4 ; Wm, Jone^, bowled, Priestly 24 ; CliarleBWorth, caught and bowled, Smith 0 j F. Jones, kowlcd, Wright 11; Hi...

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