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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

HOUSE, FURNISHING, GENERAL IE0NM0NGE1IY. JOHN FRASER, DAELTNG ST., BALMAIN, WISHES to dispose of about 8000 rolls of Wall Papers, at from 2d. por roll '? upwards ; Splendid Kerosene Lamps, np to 40s. each ; Knives and Forks from 4s. 6d. - per dozen ; Table Furniture, the Cheapest in Australia ; Tin Teapots from ,6d. each ; Metal Teapots ; and Cruets at English cost ; together with a large lot of miscellaneous. Btock too varied to be particularised, and which must be, cleared to mnko room for New Goods just landing. i- ; J. i F. has always in stock Sheet -Lead, Oils and Colours, Peacock's, Mixed Paints,. Brushes, &c. ; Blasting Powder and Fuze, Sash Woiglits, Wire Nails, Deck-head Spikes; Galvanised Iron, Cementy Plaster of Paris, Air Bricks, Axle Pnllnvn f!nniwr Hnilnra Pnlnnisl Ornns! tleffister Grates. Dover StOTOS ( of Which he has sold 150 in Balmain in 2 years), Guttering, &c. ; Hoop and Bar Iron, Locks of all sorts and sizes, Rope, Zinc. TOOLS, specially import...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Current Items It is painfui to sever old ties and con nexions;' St; 'Andrew's ScotB Church, at the back of St. Andrew's Church of EnglandrCathedral , Sydney,' -is 'pretty well kno^n,Jan4i|iie'Rev^ Dr. :W. Mbore .W,hhe-;.is , quite, lis weU known; as chisi church/ for he' lias been the pastor, of it since 1887, ? ' At^he Tend'of' the current year he will resign, his. ministry, . intends ing-.to proceed .to England. / He is an able, hardworking mail, very zealous, - and very ; courjepus. We remember his courteous'bearing when on one occasion he favored ns with.a history, of his church lind took us thrbugh to see the old beau tiful stained glasa windows which it con tains. The Rev.-Dr. Moore 'White will be missed' and- long remembered. His health is very indifferent, and he needs rest. ; . ? . . .. . . It is an old saying, and a true one, that history 'repeats -itself. 'M. Lesseps, the Frenchman, whp,..^?ith. consummate skill as an engineer, projected and made the; Suez' ;Canal, 'had' ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Gossiping Corner. There has been plenty pf room and op- ; portunity for gossipy these past few days. Tlie many prosecutions for the support of illegitimate' children of .late- have given many opportunities for the lovers of filthy literature t,o , gloat over the police court pews in the papers ; but it has also had-, the effeot of causing many who be lieve in tl^e,. words— . r r 1 Virtue alone ennobles human kind And Power should on her glorious footsteps . wait.' . : _ to wonder what our Social Purity Society is doing. It is time some action was taken in the ' Legislature to make acts of seduc especially by married men, punish able with far more severity than is now 0^ course we are not going to affirm that all thejblame, in every instance, reBts with the men ; there are plenty of girls who deserve the fate that attends their conduct, but at times innocents are brought to their ruin by cunning demons, audit isto give .suoh their deserts that a criminal law wants introducing. Surely...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A MODERN MAZEPPA. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

—^MOpBRir mazeppa; 1 'TThf ?« Standard? 'publishes from hj cornet from Amcrica of tli^V tenrihlc mHUSat jf^rt'geaairptei Jbyone'Corh lahaan towntilsanotiier. M. Bonssand, a wealthy «attle ,0wncr;0f^0rthWcet era Nebraska, on. returning to his ranches at OqiEih from a visit', found his cowbcm snrsing n young man vhom ? they nad rescued from the back .of - a bronco. When discovered the young -man . was lasbed td the horse— he was naked and anconscious. The animal was about broken-down, as if from long running; iind was easily laeood by the cowboys, who cot the;; thongs and released the strange captives. This happened about ttttii We^ks biBfore M, .Boussand's arrival, and durirtgallthat time the stranger Jb«d laid in* stupor. When able to talk toe patient said his name was Henry Barmnk, and that abont three years ago, . at Falniontij; j. in Cornwall, he formed a piufinqislup. with a Falmcnth friend, Tbomas Wilson, some years his senior^ Mid with biincame to America to embark In lte 'fca...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Sunday Schools. Congregational. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Balmain Sunday Schools, Congregational. r Tho Congregational Sunday: School anni versary services we're held on Sunday last and can be . pronounced a great success. -In tho morning the Rev. T. E. Owens Mell preached to a large congregation. Again in the afternoon the same minister conduc ted the an.nual flower service. Eor , the latter the, school children came laden with boqiietsjof very -pretty rind choice flowers, which, in addition to tho decoration of the church, gave the whole Bcene a very attrac tive appearance. The rev. gentleman ex plained to the .young folks- that- flowers were not merely useful fori ornamentation, but that they taught many important les sons.! flowers were great receivers they receive sustenance from the earth, the air, the rain, and the sunshine, but . they gave it out again ill -fragrance. He compared them to Jesust/hrist, and afterwards to the children themselves,' for they received a great many kindnesses from their parenas fl'nd' theft'. Sunday Schoo...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

?%' ' r RAI^IAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL MIETIN6; ^T®EBDAJ.'OcroBEn 21, 1884. j -I ' Pros -nt — His Worship tlie Mayor (Mr. J Cameron), and Aldermen Hancock, Punch, Clubb. Macdouald. Garrard, M.Tj.A, Burns, and Iluchanan. . . ? i The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. « COUUESrOKDEN'CE. From M. Wilkins. objcctine to new levels of Fourart-strc.-t, and asking that they be; al lowed to remain as they are, ns . thc proposed alteration would greatly inconvenience pro perty owners;.. Letter lield 'over'- until the orders of the day were considered, , , From J. Napier, 'drawing attention] to levels of Bay-street, comjilaihing of thb height of thc street near his property, and asking that it be lowered two feet, or he be compensated for damage.— Referred to Works Committee. ' . From Thos. 'Marshall, solicitor, on behalf of Mr.'FicIl,of Mansficld-strect, in reference to nuisancc caused by accumulation of debris again-t his premises'— lteceivcd. ,; #. From- H- Broderiok, calling...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

WANTED, RESPECTABLE GIRLS to learn Dressmaking. Apply, Mrs. iBARNES, foot of. Kilicen-strect, Balmain. : ? WANTED, a SMART BOY, Apply, J. and . B. STEWART, Ironmongery MuUens ?' street. . ?? ? ' ' : : - 1 i- ?' 1.10R SALE— A SOCIABLE, .nearly new ; ! cheap. Apply, J. and B. STEWART,' Mullens-street. ' BOEOUQH OF BALMAINi , TtRESH' TENDERS' areJ invited up 'to 4 JD o'clock p.m. on TUESDAY, November 4th, for tbe ERECTION of .CARETAKER'S ^COTTAGE, ELKINGTON PARK. Plan and 'Specification to be seen at' the Engineer's De partment, during officii hours. The Councii is ,not bonnd to accept the lowest or any terider. H. B. MACINTOSH, . Council Clerk, October 14, 1884. ? ODDFELLOWS' HALL, mM\t GRAND Entertainment by the Mohawk Min strelB, on Ttesday evening, 2Stli ir.st.J for the benefit of W. Chettle, who is seriously in jured by a blow from - a cricket ball.. The Coldstream Brass Band will play during the evening. Tickets 2s and is, may be had from ; members of the Waratah Cricket Club. W....

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Wesleyan Sunday School, Balmain West. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Wesleyan Sunday School. Balmain I West Speqial services 'to commemorate the aniversary of the above were, held in the - Callau Park Chrirch pri Sunday, 19th. The morning service being presided oyer by the Rev. W. Hill, and. those of the afternoon and eveiiihg by the Rev. R. ? Caldwell. Very large congregations listened to the impressive and appropriate - sermons preached by the rev. gentlemen, ana the singiug Ly the children of the selected i.ymtis, which had been printed for the occasion, was very -good . indeed, .giving every reason 'for feelings of pride on the part of the conductor and teachers who had gone to so much trouble in teaching them.' -: ' ' On the following Wednesday; , the 22nd, tea and -public meetings 'were held in the same church, and they also ? were ; well at tended. The good things which had ' been provided for the tables were supplied by Messrs Liddiard 'Bros., in their well-known and efficient style; ,:Thp- edibles .having been considerably, reduced and appet...

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22. (Before Mr Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Wednesday,- Oct. 22. (Before Mr Addison, S.M.) 1 John Morrin, for drunkenness and ? using obscene language was fined 20s for each offence. . . . ; , Joseph Ward, for being intoxicated arid disorderly, was mulct in a penalty of 20s, John Mercer, for a similar offence, was .'fined '5s. SUMMONS' CASES. , Police v. G. Colebrook, for allowing cattle to stray. Fined 5s with 2s Sd costs. Police v, M. Barry, for leaving his horse without proper control, Fined 10s, with 2s Gd costs. ......... Police v. Marian Calle.n, for using indecent language. Fined dps, with 4s lOd costs or one month.' ; ' ' Police v. Gilbert Newland obscene lan guage. Fined 20s, and 4s lOd costs. | Police y. Johanna Walsh. . There were two cases against this ; defendant, one being for delaying the entry of the police into her .hotel, and the second for a breach of the Licensing ?Act-by Sunday trading. A good' deal of evi dence was taken on both sides with the result that defendant wits fined !40s, with 5s 6d costs on th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Suburban and General Parliament expected to close next week. Six hundred and eighty ounces of gold from 119 .tons quartz, taken from -No.; 5 ; North Glaumire Mine, Gympicr-.£2720;; not;ba-3.. .; ?France arid Germany are surely becoming friendly. Diplomatic communications arc going oh between them over the conference on African question. France is acquiring a great antipathy to England.. Will it result-in war? It might if Gladstone quits power. The Chinese Officers iri charge of forts are said to be paid bv results. They . get GOOO tip. for hitting a Fronch ship, arid- 60,000 tls. if they sank one, and 300 tls.. for every French head. The bonuses do not seem to make their aim much irio're accurate. , ' ' / J Sir William Jervois recommends New. Zea- land to construct land batteries and submarine mines to protect tho principal cities, and that arrangements be made for utilising merchant steamers for purposes of war in case of neces sity. .-: The scheme will cost about . £400,000. The c...

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Primitive Methodist Sunday School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Primitive Methodist Sunday School Pionio. - Tbii-was , hel4 at Tennysons, and was -per- -Kaps; the mosti .succeMfal ever carried oat cinder the same auspi-is; ? The day wa« very pleasant for out-door amusements, and about 600 person's astse|iibled, some going by vehicle and othefs by 'steamer. The Psyche had been engaged, and she started down with, the main body of the jnveniles at 8 a.m., from.. Rey nolds-street, lqaking two more trips later on. .Once on the ground, games of all kinds were indulged -in, and, combined with . tho sweets and liquids supplied by; Messrs Liddiard Bros., they made all hands thoroughly happy. Mr. : James. Kennedy (Superintendent) and Mr.' W; G. Gray (Secretary) and all. the teachers did their utmost to make the children enjoy them selves. The Five Dock Branch Sunday School was also in attendance. '. Mr. Smith is super intendent of that school. The Primitive Methodist-Brass Band (under thc leaderehip of Me Smith) diabchrsed sweet music through-; outths'day...

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1884. (Before G. F. W. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

BALMAIN POLICE COU&T. Monday, October 20, 1884. (Before G-. F. W^ Addison, S.M.) Tho following individuals were fined . for drunkenness in the amounts after their names: — Thomas Reynolds, 10s ; ' James Ball, 10s '; George Courtoy, 20s ; W. Findlay, 20s ; Bobert Young, 5s ; John Dwyer, 40s. . ? , . SMALL DEBTS. . D. Anderson v. W. CIyner; bricks sold, £2 lis. Plaintiff non-suited, i' Hooworth and Milham v. H. Wightman ; I goods £3 5s. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Same v. F. Dunks, £5 7s 7d ? verdict for amount with coBts. E. Kelly v.-Mrs. Brady ; goods £2 2s 6s ; verdict for £4 12s 5d, with 5s costs. James McCardle v. Gannon ; goods us Od, verdict for amount with costs. E. Kelly v. Mrs. O'Keefe ; goods £4 18s, verdict for £2 18s with costs. F. J. King v. John Massey ; goods £3 9s 5d; verdict for amount with costs. Same v. George Dowling ; goods £3 4s lOd, verdict for amount with costs. Same v. G. Allbutt; goods £18 17s lid, verdict for amount with costs. Tne Municipal C...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

Cricket . . . The Collingwood O.C. met and defcated the Pyrmont Lorne C.C. at Birkenhead on Satur day last,'the 'scores being— Collingwood, 72 ; Lorne, 4'J. - In the victorious team the batting honors, were carried off .by Fox, with 28 runs to his credit ; , Iredale beiDg next in order of merit with 15, and Protbcro with 13. Iredale obtained the very' finei bowling analysis of 18 balls,- 8 runs, 7.'wiokets, performing the' ' bat trick.' Buokle batted- very well- for tho Lornes,. compiling 25 in good style. On the previous Saturday the Cdllirigwoods giiihcd an easy victory over the 'liligh cricket club by 63 runs ; scores, 104 arid' 41-. ' This match' was very exciting, as the last batsman of the Bligh club- was only disposod of ;with the' fourth ball of the last over whicji jhe time would, allow, to be delivered, jre^afc pprformcd, well with - the baton this occasion, n)aking..a creditable 24. On Saturday last the Our Boys crioket club (junior) scored their fifth successive win this...

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Balmain West School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

_ Balmain West Sohpol.of Arts. . .-;'A~'publio;''nieeting in'^ Connection with' *?' movement for the establishment of. the above was held in St. Thomas1' Schoolroom, on Monday evening last. -There were between 60 and 70 'personsi present. Thc'ehair was oc cupiu'l by Alderman G. Clubb-. 1 The .Chairman, in opening '? the meeting, stated , that, its objcct.was to consider which would , be the most ? appropriate ' site for the erection of a building suitable for the institu tional' was proposed to' establish. Some seven or ieight eite6 ; bad been offered to the Com; mittee, a/id of those three had been choien as the most appropriate, vix., one near tlje .corner, of. 'JVcstdn tind 'Evnn^ streets, the properly of ' Mr Spooner j th' n\. »i:i, an allotment adjoin ing St. Thomas' Schoolroom, the property of Mr, Hutchinson, M.L.Ai (50ft. by 100ft., nt £8. per foot, with a considerable rebate) ; and the third, Mr. F. It. Robinson's land, next the Bellevue House,, in , Darling-street (GGft. by...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

.StTTrtiVjiTSK fi.TirWi'I ? ~ j . aw TJAR eqmmwieed PRACWCBnn Balmiin in Xl 'win junction with Ifr. jJa, JONES.? ..?asn73 /f Ysx-iAK : let .?Ti re*-- » j - .^Vq -r-rT '-i - - ? = -? '? -4 ? , - .™t ^-ap^ 'jREEpEJR, ' | ? ? ? : ? 8OLIOITOR, - -- - { ' VmGMT'A^D-JANE ;;STEETS, ^'BlfctaAIN. _ | £? ;;:^Bdward Hi Buqiianan, J IVikaomrBCx^ building jsubve^ok msr*v* !!syb^BY'',' ?' -. . ? ;vn fJifti'fA¥BiADi-BHgi.— SSAffi'Sf BAY! — ,x (.rf-yji.-!*:; fc.-v«i»jMsHI*nfc-.t-t»-'i * | ?'-¥h6Mas otooiJe. ?*reflEFf*£'AVC*10NE ER, , Comm^ou^lgent. r A WnMoJ fialtt Vfi Htmtei aid -,*t *3*l himmiiffrditett&i'MlkO . ,, on - i:j All Oonuaiwian Business promptly attended W «.- .? A^i^^BireTi flrovirBrlffiain. ^^CWtyr iTif ^ng^1 j _ * * r AOElMrTi ?'/? f'.'a n^Ur r^ltte^He1ght8!of,.itt.lin^in.. j v HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL . FOR BOys i.QlhLS ? ? Girls-rcceivedasDayPapils-Only. j .??-! «Bd JWsiHng Masterst The School ? Jpffefa', special advantages .to Bo?TdeW^^^ing,witI^lh^5'ttfnute^, walk ot good '?^?'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

SUMIrtERDRMKSi : 'tIh'e beverages . ' OF THE SEASON. ^ . Superior Soda Water , : ' Invigorating Tonic 'W ater Gooling Lemonade : rii V Aromatic Ginger Ale ?; Sparkling 1 J Champagne Nectar J Full Flavoured ? Ginger Beer ! . , . (in Bottle and Cask) ; ; Five & Ten Gallon Casks -??' ' Sttitable fpr Connter and PicnicB. ' . f OF THE , '.' ^ - FINEST QUALITY , ^rv For Birilliancy an5 Flnrour cannot be ? - ? ' - - excelled; } To AYOID DOCTORS' BILLS Drink ROSE'S / 7 SARSAPARILLA. AU Orders will receive Prompt Attention. Special terms for private families and picnics. Works : OEESOBHT STEEET and BOBEBT STREET, BALMAIN. ' V , Proprietor, H. C. ROSE. ;? j Fruit, Fruit, Fruit. POULTRY, POULTRY. J. O. WARD, COXCENOM House, Dab » ? ling-street, is prepared to supply the above '' 'to'Residente of Balmain nt Sydney prices,. Fresh supplies three times a week. ; / MRS. T. BISSETT, _ ' (PROM LONDON) ' * ' .TiBAPER and FASHIONABLE MILLINER, ; ; ;X| ;.|Beattik : Stbeet, Balmain. The ' .'^Ladi...

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A SANITARY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

. A ;SANITAR1P QUESTION. A matter' of considerable importance, to the ratepayers and residents - of Bal main cropped up at the iBorough Coun cil meeting on-Tuesday last, viz., tlie. most difficult question of collecting tho'^ revenue from the dry earth closet sys tem., -,lhe large, amount of bad debts ;t hat /have accrued ! in' corihection5 with that system -has called-' forth Condemna tion from altsides, and many and varied have'been tlfe suggested alterations, but no better manner of competing with the evil^ha|{ tre^njsliowrfrihaivThe hne -tliat* has 'be'en ri^.op'Fed'o'flaie^at of His' 'Worsliipi,' viz.,' the ' summoning of defauHers 'to' the local court. -During -lhe*:':'fMf-'^'toonth';'~'the'''Jiris^&r has brought 'somethihg like 100 cases be?j fore - the 'police mngistraies, and lias seenred verdicts, in- all, heardj^while the miypdtyii.of Ldebtork^ settled i;up be fore court day.- .. The Mayor evidently desires'... to avoid the; many unpleasant nesses connected -.with...

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DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 25 October 1884

'.^TS-' PRINEINQ:.^ ' '? ; ? : i' i :Tuk- large -, deputation from the/New f 'iflpnth-' Wales Local Option League yibicR'^aifed !on the ' Hon. :H. E. Cohen, }k - .^'the ' liijnor trade, stiggests some thoughts :prt an important and dehateable question. The question „'may haire: Become hack ?f? isr^lnwd^sixlemnd- thre«iabore,r' still it . l§^pu.tue:Aigaesi»7iuipqri-anct;t; ana can ...scnfcely be'dlBcassed top 'much. .^'We mfay *Ki^{Yi3e;''mtiriKiri3i '?*&ri9i,*,-incHfedf !i woinan- defiried - - classed in jiegard to . thc usc-of-alcoholic drinkB-rfiiytly^thoBor whos^drink too Hh68o wlio1 drink-jin^ m6dewlon';!'tlnfdI|7rtli?»Bfe who do riot * ' ?'?difint 'fit 1 ttll: '-Vffi t'r- are '.told ' that the members of tKft'lieague have reason to - , , hjeliev?; that Upwards ^of 15,0Qpi;per8dns . .. kre tirinually arrested in Sydhey'alone ;on c«(^o|an^of .4rnn^nnesa. -^'his fact dis clostfB--d£'-i6brsei ft'tad state of things. It imgUea iif^reat de^l orwaate of money, .^doro.eStip. na...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 1 November 1884

Suburban and General In commeriting on the fthniversary services' of the Congregational Sunday ; School' last i issue, wc remarked that, the singing of tlie i children was highly creditable, but our.' com Ipositor inadvertently made Mr. Lunn's, name |a!ppear' 'Simm.''' 'We correct tKe error 'be !cause it would be an injusticd :to Mr.' Liinn ;not to give him credit for the very great pains !hc evidently took with the children. , The Lunacv iSommission in Melbourne is .'revealing a lively state1 of things - at the Asylums tlieto'.'! \ I A i '- I ???': : ' The' ' deficit* in the Trdnch'*' Government ifinanees amounts :to , eight million .sterling,: and will be increased by the Chinese war. i f , J ihc^ House ! of]' Lordsl oame! in for some, severe® 'strictures 'for Tejectihg the' Franchise' 'Bill, at a meeting of 100,000. persons in Hjrdo ?Park, London, on Monday . . ' I Big firc~dn Tuesday' at Wickliam. Hudson Bros.' railway carriage works destroyed, '£5000 damage. ., „ „ , ? ? .. „ |...

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Balmain Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 1 November 1884

?Zi. Olub. r^Conai.derin^thdj^itidftrdfAlM ' ? ii rroti n iled by 'wa t'er, i t would bo a strange thing if its inhabitants did ..not . take, a liv.cly . intdrest in the art of natation f ' At the'' first . swimming, sports' KelcTt'. itf^pril Jast. so much, cnthusidsi&was mamf^fod, in?8pit^ of rjthe' xdb'wnponr of 'rain -on 'that' 0ccasidti/,that?!'th0' provi8ioiuil jcommittee decided tojr establish r-a rSwimiriitigiClubiin'i Balmain^on 'similar, 'lines 1 'to the Port '.Jackson 'Clab. 1 At : 'the presentation of 1 tlie ?' prizes in: the Town JBall after the matches some forty: ?gentlemen galve in ; their ;names a8 being ; dc- I siroiis Of joining the proposed clhb ; accord-1: sngly when the season became favourable for bathing, ;a:'meecingi .waV held iri''the Town . Hnil,'wherd'the'ihitiative'8te'ps wero'takon tp bring the Swimming Club into existence.1 ?' : ?; -A stop.furthcr was taken on: .Monday 'night: list, when a .meeting -was held at Dick's Hotel,- for the adoption of...

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