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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Friday November 14. I (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) Henry Malpass,' for being drunk and for using obssene langntge in 1 Wallace-street, was fined 10s and 20s respectively. . -George- Thornton, for drunkenness; ia Stephens-street, was fined 5s. . 8DMM0NS COORT. - I '?',. Elizabeth Dickenson v. John Steadman, for usinc insnltincr words to her. The case was dismissed. Another charge of assault brought against the same defendant by Dickenson was withdrawn on payment of costs, v Ann Brace v Robert Brace, wife desertion. Dismissed on account of an amicable settle ment. Edward Sharpe, the School Attendance Officer, sued fourteen parents for not sending thpir children to sohool, and' they - were all fined in amounts vaiyiag hojja 2s to 8s. M. Collins and G. C. Murdock v. Eugene MCarthy, for neglecting to quit premises konwn as the Cricketers' : Arms; Postponed for a week. . ? : .u

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stroke of Lightning. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

. ? : Stroke -of Lightning. During thb -last -severe thnnHcrBtnrm in and alound- Sydneyc. twp men. one 'niariied, the other aiugle, then w 'iking in a, yard belonging to Mr..Ivrs, brickmaster, near Newtown, were struck by lightning. A man' working near th£m; who escaped; found them lyiflg-on the grpund. Both men were taken to the l'rince Alfred Hospital. The married; man is . now; paralysed in botli feet, but the single man is gradually recovering.' ' ? '

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

1 ! ' ^s^kcikE-A^v^Mr^M^TS. , . . , TTA6 oommenccd, PBAOTICE-in Balmain in ? ' : ' ?- conjunction- with-Dr. J. AJJO^ES. J? 'M ?- REEDEB, I ?'l4-'' ' ' ' :,i V, .solicitor, ;;:??'?? ?.x ;- VINCENT AND JANEt JSTEETS, .{'Edward Hi BubHanlan, _ ARCHITECT ft BUILDING SURVEYOR - f. . i i 35§,0EORGE 8TREi»T- ? 1 SYDNEY j ? ~ *, PBIVATE Addhbss.— SNAIL'S BAY, . ., . BALMAIN.; .'I v THdMAS O'TQD LE GENERAL AtiC T IONE BR, 7 ; Honw, land, .and CommiEdok ? Agant 'Outdoor AnctionSaletef Houtet *nd }. ' ' hand Conducted. j j fc AllCommission Businesspromptlyattcmled *°- ?'???- Private Address.: -Birch Grove,' Bslmairti'' : '? . . Office : 112, Pitt-street/ Sydney.' ' j ;iMiMAJDy:v ACADEMY, . ... 1 . : t.Onithc Heights of ,BaImain. | iliaHrCUflS SCHOOL FOR BOYS «t OIRLS; Girls received as Day Pupils' Only, WEIiBY, .As^is^ sby. 'Resident ?arid \ Visiting Meters 'v:- - '^N'i&hiMi/'pffcra special, advantages to . ./iiBba raters, t-e}hg-:wilh'fn Sminn tea' -walk' of good „t ?S'l'r^h'PRi . del...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

,;8EVEpA0l| h - OF THE SEASON, Superior Soda Water^ 1 Invigorating Tonic Walter , CooUng Lemonade | A romatic Ginger Ale Sparkling . Ghampigne Nectar Full Flavoured ? Ginger Beer (in Bottle and Cask) ; Five & Ten Gallon Casks Suitable for Counter and Picnic's, i CORDIALS & IIQUEURS j OP THE ? ?? ? | FINEST QUALIjTY, For Brilliancy and Flavour cannot be . excelled. j To AYOID DOCTORS' BILES Drink ROSE'S SARSAPARILLA. ! All Orders will receive Prompt Attentioii. . . Special terms for private -families and pidnics. Works OEESOEHT STREET and I BOBEBT SThEET, BALMAIN. Proprietors, H. C. ROSE & CO. ... ,| JAMES HYDE & SONS, IRON And BRASS,- FOUNDERS, Manufacturers of Cast and Wrought [Iron Garden - Seats, Balcony Columns [ and Palisadings, Water Pipes, &c. | All. sizes of ;Truck and ' Barrow Wheel^, al ways on hand. . . . ' j . CASTINGS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS Weston-street, Balmain General Castings of any description to jEour to...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

-* * /-i-JWWT BAtkim. - v' / 8». TboIMS', Oharoh of England— - » 1 .V :;Morni»g,.ll, R«t. B; D. Madgwick ' j Evening, 7, ,, „ Sr.'JoiK's. Charch of England (Birchgrere raadf— ' Matins, 8, Rev. J. Stnrdee ' - Holy Commanion, 7, ? ' ! ? .-Evensong, 7.80 „ , ! iSi;-JosB*B's.'R6man Catholic— M»si, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Reilly ? ' Venpenf, 7, ? „ ,. ^ ~ ' Si. Pun's, Presbyterian— y~) ?? 'Motemg, ll.Her. Oeo. Grimm, V.A. . O r-i t' iBtening,- 7; ; : -''? ? ,, . AVesletan Chdecu (Montagne street)— . , ???.'. Morning, 11, Rev. J; Davis- ' ' - . ?* - - .j., ^Evening, 7,. Student-, W^BL«T*ir ChWecb (Callen Park)— ? ,, - ? ? '- . Marning, 11, Student 4 j ; ...^ ?- ?? ' Eveming, 7, Mr. F. J. Branch i I : -Sit; iii.' BirnsT Obuboh (Mnllens street)— ' ,. (,J j ? - ' Morning, 11, Bar. J. J. Olassop } , t ,- , x; Evening, 7, „ . „ ' ' ? PbiuiTivb Mbthodisi Cbveoh— ? -?' ??? ? Morning, *11, , ? .? ji, . v -Evening, 7,- ' ....... . Umistors or chnroh efflcers are especially requested tosend nny.rorre...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

'' ? ? - ? v - ? ? : ? ~ ^ Church Services for To-Morrow .' ? l^ mM BALHArN. ! j St. MABV's, Churcn of England — . ?V.v ? Morning, 11, Ber. M. Archdmll, M.A, STeninK,'' 7 i „ „ j , j -jSt. ADQVarisi'B, Roman Catholjc-r? ; ; 'i ' 5 ?!-- ? ? i ? ? Jlaaj 7.38 and 11 a.m., Father J. 6anwH / . -j . ^Veepers, 7, : - „ ,» i. ? ' 7m-nnnijjr CBUicH^CunpbeU »treek— ., , _ , ???h Morning, ll.Kev. P. M&cquNni . ?' ? IrrainR, 7, „ „ ? CONOW8ATIOTAI. 0HVBOH— ' Morning, 11, Minister from Sydney Evening, 7. ., „ Wb8l«taw-Cho*ch, UarliDK-«tre»t~ -Mominr, 11, Mr. F. J. Branch ' ETenine, 7, Ber. J. Davis

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

GoodTemplary. . The 'We Hope to Prosper Lodge,' No. ?177 I.O.G.T., held .their nsual'quarteriy meeting 'in St. Thoma8' Schoolroom, Bnlmaln West/ on Friday evening, Novembar-7; when the follow ing officers were elected and installed for the present term .W.C.T., Bro. W. H. Dimbcr line ; W.V.T., Bro. W. IIiiKhan' ;?' W.'Se'c., Bro; S. Bpnsbll ; W.F.S., Bro. f. Hutt ? W.T., Bro. J. Svcnson j W.Ch., St'8.-.:K.'Fi8her ; W.M;, ' Bro.Jf. Kurz Bro», Turn bull : W.Sen., i-Bro. A, .Marl in ; W.A.S., Sia.' Bieakwell ; , W.D.M., Sis'.' p. Adams ; P.W p.T., Ilrfl. N. , 'DiBmorr'.'^'I!ro. W. -Nixon, W.L.D. was'the' 'irisfallihg 6flicetf ? 'During the evening Bro. R. tC'iitnpbei.l, on l^half ?of;' thei Lodge, prrientritl Bro.j;Dissmorr.y.h&. -retiring . W.G.T., with a [Grand Ludge Regalia, as a mark of csteem'and pippreciaiionof the many, ' Valuable si'ryions he | lias rendered tlie Lodgb during the timVhcJhSs jhecn a mi.mlier. Tlus ? fibdgo. is doing exc'!- ,lent teni|-eianqo work in HHln...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Leichhardt Batepayera' Association. , A fairly attended meeting of the above took .place at . the. Council Chambers on Tuesday, 28th ultimo, . D. Campbell, Esq., in the chair A' balance sheet to daite was read, and accepted: ' ' ? , Mr. Neale's motion re Town Hall was allowed to stand over on acconnt oi tuao gentleman's unavoidable absence, for which Mr. Wragg apologized. Mr. Walsh entered fully into -the merito arid demerits of' the Fire Brigade Aot^ noting' the' constitution of £he Board' and its . Work . very exhaus tively, t ' and after Messrs. Hillaire; Winkle, Mullhofiand and others had spoken on the subject the flrBt of following motions was put and carried the unanimously, and subsequently the other four received the same treatment. 1. That the contribution;, to the j Fire Brigade Board levied, upon the Leichhardt Munici pal Council under the provisions of the ' Fire Brigades Aot 1884,' and amounting to say £110 7s.Jper annum, has not, (in the ?Words 'of the Act) made! bette...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Suburban and General. The tramway report fot 1883, just issued, shows that there were 32 miles of line 'opened,' and that they had been - worked at a total loss of £10,000. The Cpogee, , Botany, . Glebe; Point and Forest Ijodge and Leichhardt lines ' Were worked at'. a loss. . On the last named it amounted to 22-13 per cent./ The Newtown line gavel O'Ol percent profit and is the beat Da vine line. . Two young fellows, got a ducking through playing with their boat o'er much last Mon day at the regatta, Messre. Watkin and Watkin report' having sold, on Saturday afternoon, on acconnt of the Sydney and Provincial Land and Building' Company, Limited, the whole. of ? the subdivi sion, as per plan, of Hurstville Park — 114. lots —at prices ranging from -19s. to 90s. per foot frontage ; total Bale, £10,798 6s. 8d. Also, on account of Mr. 3.- Coward,' 18 lots, South Waterloo, from 20s.- to 36s. per foot frontage : total, £759 2s. Gd. ? I Cholera spreading in PariB. ; Grover Cleveland, the ; ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CRICKET. COLLINGWOOD C.C. V. CALLEN PARK C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

. CRICKET. COLMNOWOOD ,C.C. V. CALLEN PABk C.C. . These two crabs met on Saturday afternoon lais't on the ground of the latter, when, after a very exciting game, the Collingwoods proved themselves victors by 7 runs, the scores being 48' and 4' respectively. For the former R, Neilson with 17 runs was the onlypbotsman who reaehed double figures, while Dr. Blaxland with If runs batted very well for the Callen Parks. Thp bowling of G. Prothero for the Cpllin^qod's' was very , destructive, Mr . average being 72 balls, 14 runs, and 6 wickets, lie fielding' on both sides was good. ? The Waratah C.C. sent a team to Camden to . play?the Camden Park C.C. on Prince of ..j: Wales' Birthday. The visitors left Sydney on' 8unday evening, and were taken from the Campbelltown Station to ? the . Commercial Hotel, Qimden, in a coach and four, whioh Mr J. Onslow very kindly placed at the .disposal' of the team . The result of the game . wbs a win; for. the- Waratahs in thp first innings, the' scores be...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Juvenile Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

: Juvenile Indnatrial Exhibition. ; Public exhibitions are characteristics ot this nineteenth., century. . We have had' them in London,-. Paris, . Vienna, Berlin, New York, ^Calcutta, Sydney, Melbourne, 'and elsewhere, arid even Newtown has had one in the school room connected with the Congregational ;Church, where, during the past week, crowds of persons have been attracted. Indeed 'on the evening of the opening, the 11th inst., it' was bo crowded that one bad -a difficulty in' moving through the room, which was beauti- . fully decorated with banners, festoons, . and -flowers. - The exhibits of all kinds, arranged in ' .distinct- sections, were very .numerous, and proved that 'the competitors; as ' well asrthe committee had laboured earnestly. Over the. platform, on wMch a piano stood, the word . '?Welcome,' on a banner, was conspicuous,' and beneath it, od a shield, the Latin words .'Labor omnia vincit' (labor conquers all' things), stood, out in bold relief. Among the. company we...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Dangerous Tramcars. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

DangerousTramcara. Mr; J. ; M. Fawl;' calls attention' to a grave danger in connection' with the tramenrs. ' Ho .writea ,: — '? In the upper car or deck there are ?two bare or rods running ihe length of the car on eithee side, -intended 'as;a support, and at the. same . time a protection against danger.., Between these cars or.rods there is an opening or space of from' bet worn .a foot and a half to 'two feet. ' Now children are obliged tlirous-'h ,tnc crowded state or tne tramiana ottentinies through a desire .common, with youngsters, to, mount and sac what is going on around), to go aloft, and the little ones are hurtled against the sides of the car, to their imminent danger of falling through the aperture between the bars or rodB, or for amusement, as they'think it,' perch themselves, oil' the lower bar, to swing or play see-saw, and .at any jolt or stop page of 'the tram nre jlierefofe liable to lall backwards into' the road beneath. The danger of this is only too sore and certa...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Sporting t Secretaries or rowing, bicycle, bowling, football, and er clubs are requested to send in reports of matohet for publication in this column not later thim Wednesday,]

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Gossiping Corner. Monday, the 10th November, was a day -to be remembered by all 'holiday seekers. A clear sky, with just a fleecy cloud now and then passing across 'its bine surface, giving the necessary variety of light and shade — a bright snn tempered by a good steady breeze, which mtfde being ont of doors a real pleasure^ whether on land or water. *.- ? 14 1. ? ? Sffl* ? fi A_ .... ? ? xl wouia oe yery aiiauutv w a**y which of the many attraction^ .was the most largely attended^ as all theiprincipal events numbered their votaries by .the thonsand. The Balmain Regatta, the sea-side, the pleasure grounds,' the various picnic parties and harbonr excursions, and last, but not' leasti the popular land sales ; all were well attended, and from the happy appearance of the.multitudes it was evident that every, body was thoroughly satisfied. . Everybody, did £ say ? Alas, no f One family, for instance, were. far. from, satis fied. They started from .Balmain with high hopes and fall lunipe...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Balmain Bowling Olnt. i . A most, enjoyable afternoon, was spent last - Saturday by the bowling members comprising the teams»of the Parramatta and Balmain clubs . that m«t on the fine green of the former, and afters one. of .the most exciting 'games, for .' months past;; the match was won by. the loeal players by a bare-majority, viz., 2. For the first ? half-hoar, - Parramatta was 13 ahead, and at the end of the-' second half-bour had increased . their.lead to .22 ; whilst half-an-honr later, they, were JO to thegood,bnt in the 4th half hour they lost considerably, being then but' 19 .. ahead..;. '.The: final half-hours, however, wit-f . nessed'some- brilliant play on the part of. the Balmain team:; as they -in this short time, - -turnsd their almost , lost game, into a victory, - the- scores standing at. the conclusion, ~ ? Parramatta, 103 ; Balmain, 105 ; thus giving the . majority Jo Balmain:' The;; game .was weli - contested . throughout - in the various rinks, and it would bei...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 15 November 1884

Balmain Regatta. The above annual aquatic festival was held under very favourable circumstances on Mon day, the weather being all that '.ould be de desired for complete enjoyment on the briny. There was a light breeze blowing, sufficient to keep the sailing: craft lively, and while ;not inconveniencing the scullers it wafted ^pleasantly cool under the. awning on the flag, ship. The numerous events comprising the .regatta programme were competed for over the usual, and we may say ?' excellent,' course at Long Cove, where I he Me-wageriei, Maritimes, Duplcix was anchored as the fltg.ship. The thanks 'of the publio as well as the regatta committee are due tb the officials connected with the French companv . for having placed the Dupleix at their dis posal as a flagship when other companies had refused to lend or had no steamers available. The Dupleix was almost too small for a flag, ship, and she was crowded all day with ladies in attractive holiday attire and gentlemen. The Balmain Fe...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER TOO MUCH TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

[?] TOP', MUCHftTONG UE. I shall never forget the uncomfortable /position tHW-TKund'-' myself m^ttroiiffh; too free ose^of-.that unruly member, tlie toDgue.^Ii,,va# . a, ypwng/ fellow, then, clerk ( in. a London bank. My father . .Wlte an officer m ihc .army, and bio often] told us boys; that setting each of us up in business or -professions mas all he I JjjWJ'ewf do' for iusj, ?f8r''^be[ , scant p^t- j T&'ffi'e'he('vwitild 'leoiv6,Ibehiri-i. -him must belong solely to.,;my..,motHer and sister. But my brother and l were both energe tic and- hopeful.' '. So' 'lbiig' as each day brotigbt,uCen?ugb'~ to-^atiafy - pur daily wants, vre' thought little of -tlie future. Ofie,blealt, cold January moiping,-. I w^sljfriatlyiSsutprised on my' 'orrival^at ?he bank,, to find -my father rpaciijg up and down before the1 fruil'ding.1' I was not living at home jfa'st tbeni utldT his p^e . aUxibir there made me fear' lest something was wrong. . iin«m ^ _ _ ?*r*,:-f,liilip/'. ^^begani . ' /are'...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

WANTED an Imprever for the Tailoring. Apply, Z. GR1MASON, No. 1, Alfred Terrace, Beattie-street. _? HOUSE to' LET in Victoria-street, Baimain West, with large paddock and shed, would suit a Vanman or Cabmah.: ^ Rent low. Apply Mr. SPOONER, Weston-street. A.N Evening Private Damcing Close' for xl. Ladies. Terms 1 guinea. 3 Golden Grove Terrace, Reynolds-street. LESSONS given by a Lady in Music, Draw ing, French and German. ' A.', Ob: server Office, Baimain. St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, BALMAIN WEST. THE SEVENTH LECTURE oh Revelation and Science will be delivered by the REV. GEORGE GKIMM, M.A., To-mobbow Evening, at 7 p.m. ' Subject-—' Natural Law and Divine Government.'- ? baptist , .iispi^, mullens st. iTIHE anniversary services of the Sunday JL . School in ' connection ? with the ..above Churoh' will be held to-morrow (Sunday), when the Rev. 'J; J. Glassop will preach in the morning at 11' and evening at 7, and the Rev. Pastor Allen at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Collections at ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

. Sporting. i Secretaries of rowing, bicycle, bowling, football, nnd er clubs are requestea to send in reports of matchos for publication in this column not Inter tn*n Wednesday.]

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Rate[?]avers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Leiohhardt RateDavers' Association. A fairly attended meeting was held at the Counoil Chambers, on, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1884. Present,— D. Campbell, Esq., in the ohnir ; and Messrs. Neal, Kiley, Winkle, Smith, Robertson, Sadler, Mulhol land, Walsh, and others. The minutes of previous meeting being read and confirmed , an informal discussion took place as to business : at sUoh meeting. Mr. Neal's motion re- a Town Hall was, by permission of the meeting, allowed to lapse ; and then Mr. Winkle opened a discussion on the Elec torate of Leichhardt, and thought all resi dents of Leichhardt should be fellow ? electors to Parliament, and moved, Mr. | Mulholland seconding, ' That the Mayor be requested to call a publio meeting of the ratepayers and residents ;to ventilate the question of separating Leiohhardt proper from^ the Baimain and (Hebe electorates, and that a, deputation, consisting of the officers ^oC the' Association wait upon the Mayor with this resolution.' Gamed.: It was moved byM...

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