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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Suburban and General. A man bought three oil-paintings for a guinea each, in a pawnbroker's shop some timo aj?o. They now turn. out to be by one of the ancient artists, and he has been offered £1600 for them. Luck. A man named John Anderson was killed through a stone falling upon him from a ledge, of rock at' a quarry in Pyrmont on Monday. Sixty-nine residents of Northdown Hamlets, .near Margate, Eng.,: were poisoned by eating shrimps. One has since died.- '. A man named Skinners committed suicide by hanging himself in a cell at No. 4 police station, while locked up for an assault. Eighty thousand pounds worth of property destroyed by a fire in Bundle-street, Adelaide*.. The insurances amounted to over ££0,000. We have received from Messrs. J. and R. Stewart, ironmongers, of Mullens-street, a j couple of really handsome illustrated almanac and advertisement scrolls. One representing a beautiful maiden in ball-room attire, ex amining her programme, is a credit to the ; engravers' art...

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

CRICKET. ' The international cricket match was com menced yesterday on the Association Ground. The skipper of the N. S. Wales team winning the toss sent his men to the wickets. Massie, the first man, was despatched for 0, but the others made a stand, and when stumps were drawn ^ the score stood 154 for 5 wickets, Jones having made 72, Moses 49, and Ban nerman 25. The play will be resumed to day. Baimain Primrose v. Leiohhardt Federal. —A match was played at Leiohhardt on Saturday, the 15th, between the above clubs, and resulted, in a victory for the former by 3 runs. The match was well contested throughout. B.- Giles played a .steady innings for 7, and J. Stevens for the Federals played well for 8. The fielding for the latter was very good ; while the bowling of Sommerville and Femister for the fomer was effective. The Baimain Collingwaod C.C. and Pyrmont 2nd Osborne C.C. met on Satur day last at Birkenhead, when the latter seoured a victory by 12 runs, ' the scores being 88 and 59 ...

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

G, F. PQOLE, STEPHEN STk«ET,: BALMAIN., , HOUSE, LAND, fcSTATB;- AND ? GENEBAt' VI AGENT. W iO'l'T..1 Xtent« Collected. ... Properties for sale, in all parts ,;of the District. ! Gr PALMER, BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE, BEA.TTIE STREET, - Between Dicks' Hotel and Unity. 'Hall.' ? -i A Trial Respectfully Solicited; ' ' BALMAIN OBSERVER:/ FUBLIONOTICE, ? WE [beg. tQ notify that Mr. G. 11.. ADDISON | is; flow in no way connected with;; this' Journal, and. we would ask U106C ,o£ our cus tomcrs.\vlio (liEvye been in the habit of. giving, him onlers;for printing nnd advertising to send Bnmc. in .fiittire to the Odice direct, , or give them, to Mr. \V. j. SMALL, bookseller, one of our appointed agonts. r ! 1 I PRESTON, FOKD, & MACDOUGALL. Office: Daring-street, . i Oppi site' Unity Hall, ' -' . ' I ' ' 7''''^'-^.-:^' 7' ~ ? THE Native of tlie District, who has alwayssp'irit'bi&mone^ iir your ^iburtf.' 1 ' ' ??? ? ? INTENDS TO DISPOSE OF £3000 WORTH OF B0OTS- £ SffOES j ? ?...

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CHANGES IN THE EDUCATION OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

CHANGES IN THE EDUCATION ? OFFICE. It is probably some twelre or fourteen months ago, since Mr. Wiliins, the Uonder-Secretary of the Public Instinc tion Department at that time, obtained leave of absence from his duties to re cruit his health by a . visit . to England, lrom .wnicn country- he came while a very yonng man. Mr. Wilkins has not done amis by comlnor to New South \V-il68. He was an ordinary schoolmaster trained, we believe, at the ^British and Foreign School Society's establishment, - in the Borough of London, on the south side of the Thames. Step by step he - worked his way upward until he became Under-Secretary, a place worth some £800. a-year, we believe. When the old fjaacauon uommittee died out, and the . Public Instruction- Department arose, Mr. Wilkina, being Under-Secretary of the . former, naturally became Under Seoetary of the latter. But he got in ; to tlie deep ruts and grooves of routine, mid could not get out of them, and when, under the new Education Act, t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Life Boat, No. 1, Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Baimain Life Boat, No. 1, Band of Hope. Tho Saturday night /concert' in connec tion with 'the jabovei wasj 'besides being enjoyable, of oonmderable importance ;to the Baimain pnblic, ' espeohflly . to 'those who are in tne habit ' of 'Supporting the various temperance movements. The first quarterly balance-sheet .was read r to the audience, and it showed that the funds oolleoted and disbursed : 1 bad been duly accounted for, and in a business like man ner. The Rev. E. D; Madswick oCcnnied the chair. . The concert;; was ; opctied by :MiB8 Troriier, a young girl of fourteen^ playing a pianoforte - solo, £n a style that deserved praisei the; same young ladj also | aoting as accompanist. After an amusing : comic reading by Master E.: Madgwick, Miss Trpnier and Master Jelfs' sangfa duet, ' The bold gendarmes, V for whidh they1 : were applauded, as they were in an instru mental duet, piano and piccolo. Mr. Dimbolinp then gave a recitation. ; A duet Was ^ also sung very successfully 'by th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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ABSORBED BY THE POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

ABSORBED BY THE POTATOES. A nogro fool; is tlie biggest fool in the world, and a bright negro is always as smart as a steel trap. To this last claM belon'gs jr Sid',! who is weHi kuown iolftM trons of a largp Broad-street drughouse. Not long since Sid figured in a little in cident that is well worth publishing. H« li'ad bought a 'basket of potatoes, which tie. placed in tue back part of the store, to remain there until his daily labours should be over. Soon after leaving the basket, a negro fellow-workman, who had in some way secured four hardboi led eggs for bis dinner, placed bis indi gestible prizes atop of the potatoes to await the noon hour's coming, -andj went his ' way. Sid, 'who, it seems, has , an, especial 'fondness for eggs, soon returned, ' and espying them, quickly made away with -them and carefully removed all traces in the way of shells, so that his trick would go undiscovered. At twelve O'clock the. rightful owner of the eggs went. for. his property, and was angered,...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Current Items. V® .On Monday night, an; Ethiopian :en tortaininent was given in the Odd fellows' Hall by Mr. Joseph Thiering's jtfvenil* minstrels, assisted by some local amateurs. The entertainment had been arranged by several gentlemen living in Baimain east for the benefit of Mr. Francis Agnew, who has been ill from consumption for a long time past, and those who took part in the pro gramme willincrlv rendered their services for so good a cause. MiBS O'Brien and Mr. Harrison sang solos, and the minstrel troupe comprised Mr. Thier ing, and Masters Petersen, Dadswell, Hurst, Lodge and Lynch. There was also some step dancing by Messrs. Scudder. The hall was crowded to excess, and, while the soloists were deservedly applauded for their pieces, the youngsters with darkened faces created no end of . amusement and laughter. Messrs. J. McCardle and McKeon acted as treasurer and secre taiy respectively. A lecture of an exceedingly interest ing description was delivered in the Congregation...

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Fbidat Notekbsb 21. .... (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) - rChas^VWlsipri, ori.rcinand frpm:the previous ' — fifcoaltng- a. watch, was again brpught before the Court. Mr Reeder. defended the. prisoner. The evidence for the prosecution, taken on both days, went to prove that the robbery had taken place in January last, and in spite of -the efforts of the policc at that time tne watch could not be found; On the ;7th October Constable* Bruce found' it : in the pawn office of Mr M'Hugh, in Hartley street, where,' according'; to the state ment of the pa-vnbrokcr,;it had been placed by a man named Peters, in company with William RftVtlftr Rornnr ofofn'/l ?n liin that he had received it from the prisoner in | exchange for another watch, and that he had 1 afterwards exchanged it' for a watch which 1 .Peters had at M'Hugh's, and it was put in pawn in place of that watch. Joseph' Smith gave evidence as to the prisoner being in the Lord Nelson Hotel' about the time of the rob bery, and saw him tak...

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SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

; SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS. Wire laths are now; being used instead' of wooden ones, arid it is a very import ant- step in the direction of making buildings really fireproof. 7 ^ - 7 Experiment shows' that Portland ce ment expands. ! Three glass bottles filled withiit and sealed .burst , in;two ins eight and ten days respectively. , Boric acid should not be used in pre serving food.' It increases the secretion of bile and the amount' of albuminous matter thrown on from the system. A German expedition is about to be sent to Africa to investigate tbe social cQndition and languages of the people about the Niger, Benrie and Lake Tsad. Seventy-five per cent, of the paper made in Germany is manufactured of wood pulp. Even for the: better quali ties of paper, wood pulp is used as a sub stitute for rags. ' ' An English 7 mechanic has* invented a horseshoe composed of three ..thick nesses of cowhide, compressed into a steel mould and subjectod to a chemical prepa ration. It will last longer than the...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

ROfoOUGH COUNCIL- MEETING. ;..r; ' ;\ TOESIiAT, NOVEMBER 18, 1884. , - Present— The Mayor (Mr. J. Cameron), Aldermen Honoock, Looke, Punch, 3?ranki, Olubb, Burns,; ; Buchanan, Maedonald, Milne, Kenniff, and Garrard, M.L.A. The' minutes of the previous -meeting were read and confirmed. ; i ' ? ;v - . , CORRESPONDENCE. v; - From Department of Mines, stating that it was thought authoritative permission to ereot jetties could not- be given except by lease.— Reoeived. r// vT From .Department ot Minns, lntorming the Council that it 'is customary for the Department to survey for alignment only those streets 'that are urgently required for publio convenience, and -which are about to De formed, and asking the Conncil to par ticularise such streets only. — Received. From Department of Mines, replying to a letter from the Council asking for the re alignment of . the Ballast Point Road, and stating that the alignment of that road was marked in 1861. Before the mar dng could be re-established, a...

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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, NOV. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

. ? ' Leichhardt. - ; : ItQ|W^H;C[C)tJiJGHj MEETING. Monday, Nov. 17. Present. — The Mayor (Alderman J. Young)- with Aldermen Madge,- Taylor, Scott, Hearn, Evans and - Arguimbau, -and ilr. Beames, the Council Clerk. MINUTE8. The minutes of the preceding meeting as read were confirmed. «? J COBBESPONDENCE. Fromi thfi' Oilmiial Secretarv. savins; the . additional ' by-law of the Council is published in the Gazette ot November 5th. Received. From the Department of Mines, as to en croachment in Baimain road and . saying con trol of '.the road appears to be vested in the ? Leichhardt Council, Received. From the Leichhardt Ratepayers' Associa tion, asking the Counoil to get the Minister for Works to have sum placed on estimates for t providing a swing in Iron Cove Bridge. . Received, and the- Minister to be written to. From, Mr. Kiley, North Annandale Hotel, asking the Counoil to vote £20 to form foot path between Johnson and Trafalgar streets, and he will pay- the balance of the expense....

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REDUCING A STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

REDUCING A STORY. A quaint minister was somewhat given to exaggeration in the pulpit. His clerk reminded him of it« ill effects upon 'the congregation. He replied that he was not aware of it, and wished the clerk the next time he did it to give a cough by way of a hipt.; Soon; after he, was telling about Samson tying the foxes tailpsf , Her said, 'Tbci fbxes in those days were much1 larger than i'onrs, add they had - tails twenty feet long.' ' AhemI' ' came from the clerk's desk. ' That is,' he said,' by our measurement, they were 1 5 feet long.'.' ' Ahem !' louder than before. 'But we'll j ust say they were 10 feet.' 'AhemI' 'Ahem!' .with, still -more vigour, Tie preacher turned to. the .clerk, and shaking^ his finger; saidj You may cough' all night, mon, I'll nae tak' ioff a fut mbrej i Would you hae the foxes wi' nae tails at a'?' v-i

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1884. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

BALMAIN POLIOS OOUBT. , ; MoHDAYi November 17.; 1884,- - ' - (Before Mr.' L.f Yates, 3.M.) ! John Wilson was charged with stealing 1 a silvfer levbr wcitdh,J valued at £5, from. 1 George Neilson, late 'proprietor of the . 8 Lord Nelson Hotel. A good deal of evidence 9 -was taken, and the case was remanded till 1 Friday. Mr., Reeder appeared fojp the de- 1 fence. Bail was allowed, Wilson in £80 | aud~one surety of £80. . k John Dwyer .' arid . John- Brady were B charged' with stealing one overcoat, the Ij property of John Stork, of .CJiuroh-street, Rj Baimain. The evidence showed that the jE prisoners were seen witn tne overcoat in ra Phillip-street-'6n ' Sunday about the time M Stork missed it from off his, fence,; where j| he had placed it. Constables Beadman 9 and Reef arrested the. priseners and th» ? overcoat was found under Dwyer!s bed. I The prisoners were each sentenced to one I month's imprisonment. 9 . . V ; Smai.1. Debts. I Af Bennett v, Bain ; rent, £1 10s Od. 1 Verdict f...

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The Shark. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

The Shark- . The monitor of the deep, in the shape of I a shark 12 .feet 6 inohes long, oaugnt by Mr. CharleB -'Watts, of Allen and Ward's shipbuilding hard; Long 'Nose Point, last Friday, excited a good deal of interes: at the foot of Mort-street on Saturday. Mr. Watts, -who is in Allen and Ward's employ, set a trap to catch the shark, in the shape of a forequarter of mutton fixed on a steel hook . 15 ,inohes lon^, attaohed to a half inch rope, the bait being moored to a buoy. Watts was working close by, and seeing that the mutton had been appropriated by something, he went out in a boat, and securing the rope was towed about a hun dred yards from the short by the shark, which was afterwards brought to land. It took fifteen men to haul, him on to the beach. &on dispatched by means --f a shipwright's axe',' and when ; measured, across ' tiie- flukes proyed to be 8 feet '9' inchps,bro&d. „ His . weight; was estimated , ,afc .^oniothing- like 18 cwt., and he. was as. o...

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MONEY AND MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

i MONEY AND 1 MATRIMONY. ' 1 lit iwis like fa clap' of thunder1 from a cloudless sky. Tho phenomenon isn't hackneyed,. if. the expression is.: .-„: ; We were speaking ..of- the -failure of Goshawk and Guldridge. : ; Gpsh^wlq '^d Gujdndge wbreiai firm of tankers in Hobbiegate, where, their, name .was a tower of crfedit. Gov ernments '? might 7 decline,, and green backs ^fluctu&te,-' bcit -GoBhawk -arid Gul dridge were always at par. They might hav.e gone bail for ; a brace of millions, ? without: iever being asked to justify'. Justification by. faith would have held good ; in jtheir; case. There was some thing in the very curve of Goshawk's nose and the broad folds of Guldridge's buff vest, that savoured of solvency. Have yoii heard the news ?' ' What news?' ' Goshawk and (Suldridge— — ' ' For heaven's sake, speak !' 'Totally smashed! — debts a million — assets nothing ; partners ab sconded !!' ? ^ ? It was a thunder-clap, and. no mis take, and every second or third man was s...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 19, 1884. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

' Wednesday, Novembeb 19, 1884: (Before'Mr. L! Yates, S.Ml) ? Police v. Chas; Wilks and Alex.' Spilbury, for allowing cattle to stray. Fined 5s each with 28 6d costs. Police v. Edward KedneU for offending against decency. Fined' 20sj\ -^dth 2s 6a C0St8. * . ' ' . Police v. Thos. Jones, for being drunk and: disorderly. ' Fined 10s, with ' 4s lOd costs, in default 41 honrs. : Pohce v. Janet Watt, indecent' words and throwing stones. She was fined 20s with 7s 4d costs on the first charge, and 10s with 2s 6d costs on the second. On a third charge of riotous ^conduct, she was fined 20s' with 2s 6d costsi Collins;, arid |, Murdoch' ? v,-i ;; Eugene M'Carthy. The plaintiffs sought to' recover Tpbsses'siori Of Crioketers Arms. ? The case was postponed for a week. The pohce proceeded against 36 persons for having, unregistered dogs, and they were fined in amounts of 10s. and 4s lOd CO^tS., ... r irl.-. ,. -;v -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

1 5 r jSPECIAL ADVEtiTlSEMEifTSj IS ^ BR MACQUEElj, EAB commenced PRACTICE in Baliaain in : conjunction with Dr. J. A. JONSB. f # J. J. BEEDEB, wiw^lv- ?... SOLICITOR, VINCENT AND JANE STEETS, BALMAIN.' ; Edward H. Buchanan, ARCHITECT k BUILDING SURVEYOR r ; S59, GEORGE STREET' SYDNEY. PMVATE ADBBB88. — ENAIL'S BAY, .?,1. BALMAINV j ' THOMAS OTOOLE , : . QENERAL auctioneer, Ioom, Land, and Commission Agent. ,g.. t.;.-:' fiutitor. Auction Sale s of Hemtcs and . Land Conducted. All Commission Business promptly attended to*' ' Private Address : Birch Grove, Baimain. C . ' .(JBee : 112,- Pitt-street, Sydney, o ;o,Ck'.^ ? — __L - BALMAIN ACADEMY, On the Heights of Baimain. ' ? .J HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL fob BOYS & GIRLS ' Girls received as Day Pupils Only, i FKIJB 0IP^Ii-iaHj5. WBLBY, Assisted by Besident and Visiting Masters The School offers special advantages to ' Boarders, being within 5 minutes' walk of good : sea-bathing; also delightfully and salubiionsly 4, : ^situated. '; The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

I i ! kt 'I I'/MI'i 'i'! ?-:::! ,ltU:!l--X :i--!i-:iO j .j IweSkw* ? , : sodtt Waw;: . ;t Invigorating Tonic Wat# ;.;V ;-.:'.c ;?;?{ T^:3»wBflKISS»',^ 7,^i:ii.^v ,;l: £(!; r,tm GkainpMnieN6ct XT ? f.-jil ^lO-za'CLjanrin i:;£yi -?£?-- iiw, - \ mo Full Mavoured ?? '! , .;;;; ? .,;.r;all,0ing3r'IBe0r. Fiv&& ;Ten G^pn^'ksKSi j :' i JoJilw-noH sir.Y.- Tii .,?.. i .'-.'i ; r .???? j ; C080I*LS * UQUEURS irij.f jt«ti 'wr-i ppJ'THE' -v -: ??? i : 5 F6r1,'BriliiMicy^ ' arid ' Flavour cannot !be; : ! ?' ' u''ft AYOIDDOCTORS' BILLSDrinkROSE'S ? mifPM'fflffff* ^Urebeiye Projhpt Attentiim^ ?? -,i, SJtemal terms for private! fatnUiea and picnite. . 1 Works :: OBESOEHT STBBET -and^ I 11 !- . J,,:, ^ ; STREET, BALMitlN. r Prpprietar8, H, C R0SE & CQ. ' ' * JAMES HYDE & SONS, : 'Mfiffl '#D .BRASS . FOUNDEB8, l ?Manufacturers of Cast and .Wrought . Iron'' ' I I ll^L, 0 Garden '//Beats, . Ralcony, Columnft add ? Mjwdi^^J^atet^pMK&c.v ,u ;-ll All sizes of Track a...

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WEST BALMAIN. [?]. THOMAS', Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

WEST BALMAIN. j Sr. TxoiUB', Chnrch at Enelani— F ? Morning, 11, Ear. E. D. Madgwick Evening, 7, » ,, 8i. Jobs's, Church of England (Birchgrare raail— . Holy Communion, 8, Eav. K. J. Bturdw Matins, 11 „ ^ ? ? Eveniong, 7.30 . „ 1 ~ 1 S(. Jofllm's. Bomaa Catholic— Mass, 8 and 16, Fathar T. O'Kailly : ... ... Taapers, 7, „ ,, St. Vavl'b, Prertyterian— Maniing, 11, Rev. 6aa. Srimm, V.A. : - Evening, 7i „ „ . . . WltLSTAK Chdsck (Montague street)— ? ? Morning, 11, Mr. F.J. Branch Evsniag, 7, Hr. J. H. Watkin Wasisrur Cmwmh (Call en Park)— v, - T.-ii: i:'. Marning, 11, Bar. J. Bryant ?- ; ...... Evening, 7, Mr. C. Tuka , V ; ? BlttuT Cinei (Mnllens etreet)— . - ? Morning, 11, Ear. J. J. Slaasop : ? Afternoon, 3, Iter. Paator Alien Xvaning, 7, Bar. J. 3. Glassop PbwiTit* MaiHoaiBi eHDBOK— ' ? Morning, 11, Mr. J. Gray Evening, 7. Mr. J. B. Penman Minlaten or cbnran officera are eapeeially rcqneBted to sand any corrections far the above Iiat on'Thonday i In eaok waek, toenanre insertion wit...

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 22 November 1884

Church Services for To-Morrow east baimain. ? ? St. HABt's, Church of Bngland — - Morning, 11, Her. M. Archdall, M.A, Evening, 7, „ „ -- - Br. A®QBBTiNm'». Koman Catholic— Masi, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Father J. Cairo U 'Vespers, 7, „ ,, - FHnWiM Chpick, Campbell street— , ? Horning, 11, Minister from Bydnsr Evening, 7, ., „ Wtturiv CatracH, DarlinK-strsat — ? - ? Horning, 11, Mr. TV. -ZZensen Etening, 7, Her. J. Bryant

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