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BABY-SOUP CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

BABY-SOUP ' CREEK. i ( There: is a canal hear Canton almost1 choked iup with boats and - which is' sometimes:;/ denominated- i Baby-sonp creek, from. the :s6np-like appearancerof^ the water and from! i the fnet that' dead infants are j often seen floating ' to and fro at every turn of the tide. Dead in fants, indeed; which'in'China rank next jto dead ,-;ats ! ,The Canton ! bargee. Jiever ffoes to the expense. of a fnneral over a dead baby when water is near. ' The majiority are^only girls*/ and theiefore some^ 'were dropped into the* river^as ^oon 5 as born; or perhaps a' spark ^ of = humanity^ allowed others to survive their hirth till there. came a .time 'when the child ! got ill. and was carried'.to the ' water's: brink to be carried away by th'e next tide. Such .ia;;an; example ^f the heatheni^tps th^t'^ Sie^s' f no': sacre^hess in l'ife and less in death, in the land-.where ConfnJcius! lived, taiight, and id hbw wrir shipped,' and where the hnmanitarian: tenets of Gatauma - Bdd...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIS SCHEME FOR PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

. | HIS SCHEME FOR PEACE. I A latharjsHm ^chap, jyith ' canpfyj lhair rippled beneath & helmet with a:'pugare'ej .stepped into a fashionable establishment where atms are' sold, and called uiito the clerk. . . , ... ,,-r; I'Have you any selfcocking seven shoot ers ?' 'i : ?: ?,'l j' Yes,' replied the clerk ; would you like to look tit thim'?' : : ' 1 ' « I would.' In about two minutes the counter was covered with, re vqlye^Sj.and the man with tie,.' ,capary; . hair: examined i them .'and said — ; 'Give me six.' I The clerk seeihed dstonished, but' tied up the pistols V at which moment tli« cus tomer commenced to fan himself with his helmet, and remarked : 'Got any : liot! gulis ?' 'Yes. Whatkind do you prefer— plain or laminated steel ?' 'Dosen't malie any difference. Give me . about two of each kind.' The clerk thought he .had struck on a lunatic ; hui; he didn't care whether he took cash of a sane man or a lunatic. So he tied the guns up, and was about to announce the amoun...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WOMEN'S AGES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

WOMEN'S AGES. J j The common objection among woman- ' kin d to letting their, ages, be Imown is nonshared by the ladies .of Japan, .who; actually display the facts as. to . their age . in: th£ arringeni'erit 'iof their ; hair. Girls from 9 to;15 wear their hair inter laced with red crape, describing a half circle round tbe head, the forehead being left free w:th a curl at each side. From 15 to 30 the liair is dressed very high on the forehead and put up the back, in ihe'shiipe'of'V fan or butterfly, with interlacings. of silver .cord and a decora t.on of colored '' bails.' ' Beyond 80 a woman twistglier hafc:round a shell pin placed' horizontally at the bacli of the head. jWidows also designate: them selves, and whether or not they desire to marry again. One may compare with' this remakable hirsute honesty of the Japanese a story, told in , one of the American papers of the reluctance of American women to adopt any such; candid policy. : A theatrical manager.; .was producing a farce...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FEMININE BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

FEMININE BREVITIES. Forty studehts'in the Texas University are women. The Countess of Dudley .has a coronet of pearl-shaped gearls, and her whole col lection of pearls exceed th^t ofthe Queen's | in value and is said tq ,be.the costliest on record. ' ' ' 1 ' ' ! Mme. Carla Serena, the explorer and writer,: who has been made an honorary corresponding member of the Geographi cal Scciety of ^Marseilles, Frarce, is the first woman e^er thuB distinguished. ' Mrs Livermore has declined to act as Vice-President of an organization to secure a prohibitory amendment to the Constitution, because a recent meeting in Boston refmed to indorse woman suffrage. - A lady in one ofthe best Russian fami ilies, Mme. Kovaleffski, widow, of the - naturalist, is one of the greatest mathe—1 ; ematicians^of, the.time,-having taken the j doctor's ^degree; in 1874t at' .Gottingen, land is'an Enthusiast' ihi her vocation. Mice MrtrJfl Rrnwn flio Amartnon on' ' ' tliorees, wh(- hap d.evoted/heraelf chiefly ito S...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER. FATE— A THEATRICAL ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

' fHfe STORYTELLER pAte^- a THEATRICAL ! ROMANCE. ; (By A/'Harvf.*.) ' Ji-wasahot June day,-8o h«t that the ^??l y leaves hiing Hmp on 'the trees in the p'iijfch^d'Lpridon square,, where the grass ii^'the gflfdens was already -. turning bio.wn. r There was no liring thing to'be . ' seieiii'TOve the face of a handsome woman * w ri^^aB ga z ing w is tf ul ly out of the window' of' one of the. tail houses... itinftiAv mnmant mt/1 elm fntnto/1 anac 1 froiu lho scorched scene without' to the' pli-asnnt, stiadowy drawing room. ' 'H6w hot it is!' she said with an impatient sigh: 'It would be madness to go to Mre. Lorrimer's this afternoon; r shall want all my wits and my strength1 - to pull that play through to-night, and Mr». Lorrimer'B rooniB are at the best hoi and overciowded. Yet I should Tike1 to have gi-rie — No, I must reserve nij.a» If for 'Fate.* 'Fate,' an ominous: title,'' and p. slight smile curved herlips. 'Oh, -how foolish yon are!' she cried, in sudden anper with herself. '...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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VOTING AWAY THE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

'^vSriNG^AWA^TnEliO^Y. . used to bo a gala day in London— a Va to be looked forward to and awaited for, when Mr. Gladotone, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, made, bis Budget speech, showing what the revenue of the' ' preceding year had amounted to, what - taxes he proposed to take off, and what lie proposed to put on, in the year fol- j lowing.* While swimming gaily through. on nnaon nf fin»ni«iid o n rl VtnTnnlntinvin Mm I «... Vtt.WUlttVIUUO, iUi. -iladetone robbed them of their dryness an'd'wabt of interest, and mi'de tliem as interesting ns a, well constructed story, . ' - or pleasunt novel. Our New South Wales treasurer, Mr. Diblis, has not Mr. Gladstone's great gift, ,,His financial .statements'aie as dry as diis't, or. ohaiT. Parliauont met on the 19th inst. to! hear Mr. Dibb's financial statement, and to vote money supplies for the vari |,,pus branches of the public service. On the 20th inst; the Legislative Assembly resolved itself into ' a Committee of Knjjply' and then the...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE UNKNOWN SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

THE UNKNOWN SHORE., t' narrow tide ? , T|$^'p;w|i3b(i'g-ikyo^lijI(jl'h Hi4jdc, ( . .Where all must go!,; . Its wavelro'4 Vva'ters, dark arid deep, , 'Mttjisolenmnilencetlowtiwaniswcepr t J -: \VitH mbanlcw^flow.' ° J ' 0 I-'Mw^here a£!thatWc'aYy4lo-S-f,' ! ^ 1 ' A smiling Infant-prattling stood. Whose. liour had come.,, . \ j ; Untaught of '.ill1, it rieijred the tide, . !8dhk as to cradle rest, ,'anjl dieflj V;? u' ' ; 'tike goihg' home,. , ^ '. , , . . . , And when-a man, in manhood's strength, Came 'bustling 6n;tiUther-/ nt! length ??? .il l' ?- .He^awilifa'a-bound.'i otd He shrank, and raised.! lie bitter prayer, Too late 1 — his phripk of wild despair p-The^Wjfttere drojjrned:^ ?. Next stood upon that son^tem? shore.. ,, , , , 'A b^rig'hpWc^jwith & toore.) v ~ '-i s Of toilsome yMra, Earth;bound.and sadhejeft th^bank, Back tdniea Bis'i!vrifflmirig eyes andsank, Ah I fall, of, tears, . ox i ^ s How bitter must thy waters be, 0 Death 1— how full of, agony, - , , ;t ... 'J...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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GERMS OF DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

- : , GEItMS OF;I)I8EASE.f ' r What do people' now think of the ' Fearful disclosures,' as described- in the paragraph with that heading, in our issue of ; November 22nd ? Marrickville is getting a very unenviable notoriety. Mr. B. S. Fall, , the Inspector of Nuisancesj if he should continue to bring filthy ; cases like these to the liglit of day, will gain credit for being nothing less than a public benefactor.) 1 In lime, he might, 'if he were very watchful, very aeiduons, and very determined; jgel either the. presentation of jt dilveri tea service, or an increase of salary. Johanna Ryan keeps a, ^airy, serves, Sydney people, who,, of course neTer see her Marrickville dairy, arid V. what tbe eye don't see-thei heart don't grieve over.' CloBe to the milk, on her premises^ wire found by Mr. Fall, butcher's offal, plucks, bones, skins, : and decaying vegetable ' matter. On the premises, there were some 19 pigs, wit.i fowls, filth, and manure. The woman was fined £5, costs 6s lOd, wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

. ;..'V TEWDERS. TENDIiKS are required for Fencing . and erecting a W ?ter-cloget. Full 'particulars can be obtained^ at Engine Station, -.B'jotli -street '. Balmain, any evening. ^ . - . W. BOWER, Hillsid -, Booth-street, Balmnin, will b-.s gla li to collect Rents, write rip Books, also Balamio Accounts. ? For Sale WOOD, Corrugated fruii. 'Windows 'and Doors, 'Suitable for. btick place. Apply, JAMES ' RKID, behind ; Pete'rsens, Darlihg Boad, Balmain. BALMAIHSWIMMINGCLUB THE Committee have dccided to open' the above by a GRAND SHOW * * i On Friday Evening, December 5th. when 'the Batlis ' will be specially iil)uminated by Chinese lanterns, Colored lights, &c., &c. i There will; also ,bci a Torchlight Procession to the Baths. A Programme of Evolutions will be gone through, in which the members will be assisted by Mr. W. F. Corbett and other renowned natators from. ,the Port Jack son Swimming Club. A band will, discourse music during the evening. ,-' '' A small charge ...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

[?] vAj oiRt, named'Rosey Nichols.ilfl yrtiits oM, mfct ? her ;;death in a veiy' 'iBud^en manner on Stfnday morning lairtC . ;Ber brAihff^prjud had just la&ded 'fer and a young lady nanaed Annie Toole, after a pull in a boat, nt some steps at the rear of their.parents' house in River Btr.'et, flppcijiitoyCookSlb IslaiMfY and wnen /fiiios fitcnois ascended some 20 feet from the water, she'overbalanCed herself and (ell' upori a rock at'the bottom of the cliff' and then rolled into the water; ? Shc~was' immediately' rescued by, - her 'brother T fro it drowning, and taken home/ Drs. ' Evans, sen., and Carruthers, were at once called in, but the unfortunate girl expired during the afternoon. Dr. Carruthers made a post mortem , examination of the body on ;Monday, and 1 gave a certificate that death resulted from spinal . concussion. The coroiier dispensed with an inqnest. Great : sympathy is expresse l for the mother of the deoeased, who is a widow. A woman attempted to .'destroy ...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

Suburban and General. Mr. E. A. Baker, of mining case renown, j has been eleotcd for Carcoar. , ? : Two hundred and twenty-eight pounds laid on the foundation stone of the new Congrega tional Church, North Shore, on Saturday. 1 More big yields of the precious metal. A crushing of 150 tons of stone from No. 1 South Wilmott Company, Gympie, yielded 1030 oz. .1 anonlmnno antiiY.otn.1 t&in 1100 oz; of. gold have) been (banked frpm Nioholl's lease. 1 The School of Arts piano is like Paddy's gun,. Which wanted new lock, stock, and barrel. It wants new wires, new keys, and a new: frame. 'The Melbourne Salvationists have made .a convert of ? Upjohn, the late, hangman. ; i Still another chemist arrested for illegal practice—abortion. 'Another, ydung woman, named Ada Hughes, is supposed to have lost her life thereby. .! ; The railways of the colony had cost £19,188,464 up to end of 1883 . :j -j ; . : ; Good news for all? A writer in a daily .paper says a spoonful of carbolic acid spri...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1884. (Before Mr. W. Johnson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

! 1 BAItM/i]^ ^O^iC^' COUBT. I; /,;?! ^Monday, November 21, 1884. | (Before Mr. W, Johnson, S.J1.) ! John Loughlin was1 ohirged with stealing a' pajri .of :boots trom! a 'man. named' . Thomas Williamson; ; T|ie /fwo |men slept in the same room on the 2; at inst. and the prisoner put on Williamson's ''^boots ^ in the morning. He allege^ 1 hci .hacj done rso. byjmistnke, [and! the magistrate gave him the benefit of the doubt and discharged him, i . Eliialieth l Alleb 1 was charged with attempt ing to commit suicide by jumping into the water- ,at' Rosella' Bay. ; B rom the evidence jt appeared^ that tKe\woin'ah was ob^e^ved lying 1 in the shallow of the bay by two men. They I immediately Pulled her oht. and nho nxninimprf ! that- sl^ was Ured,of . )ier life, and desired-to ?drown„'herB6lf,as her^hukbann'd-was unkind^to ? bei. t She was. committed to take her trial at ?the next Quartern Sessions. (Bail was allowed, herself in £40.and oue surety of £10, , , . , , ' ' John Fitzgdrald/for ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

CRICKET. 1 A cricket match was played at Balmain on Saturday last, between the , Osborne and Primrose cricket clubs,- and resulted' in /k 'vic tory for the. Osbornes. . Tbe score# were Primrose, '31 ; Osbornes, 64'; of which Lowe made 14, Sterland 12, O'Toole 10, and Nutt 7. For the Primrose Leonard and -Somerville | made 8 each. Sullavin and Sterland bowled well for the Osbornes. ? The' English cricketers defeated the New South Wales eleven in a far easier manner than ' was anticipated, after the good average made | by the batsmen on the first day's play and wben the Englismcn were put out for 110 rans I in tbeir furst -innings. - The jsecond innings of ' tbe N. S. Welshmen^ /however, ^proved a ver^j hollow affair, the total score being- 44, while4' Jones made 22 of that number. There were no less than- six ' duck-eggs.' The English men won the matoh with1 four ' wiokets to ' ipare. I __ ! Some very elegant trophies are on view in the window of Mr. John Fraser's establish ment, ? D...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1884. (Before Mr. W. Johnson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

Wednesday, November 26, 1884. ; : (Before Mr. W.' Johnson,' S.M.) James Shelly was oharged with begging in Beattie-street, and was discharged with a caution. , i ^ . , 1 Thomas Desmond and' lMary ' White, ' for drunkenness, were fined Bs each., and G. C. MibdobBLv? Eugene McCarthy; ejectment summons. Postponed for a week- at the request, of ituc solicitors on both, sides. The pbltce 'summoned 'fifty8 hraidenls' of Bal main for non registered dogs, and the majority of them were fined 10s and 4s lOd costs. 1

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

Sporting. t Secretaries of rowing, Vioycle. bowlin^, football ,^And er cloba nre reqaeate^.to send in reports of matches . for pablioation in this col limn not later than Wednesday,]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

r; v U ADVfiRrisEMElfTS. r:':;Dte.' MACQUEEN, HAS commenced PRACTICE in Balmiin ia cenjunotion with Dr. J. A. JONES. J. , REEDER, | ? V! V .SOLICITOR,! '? ^ VINCENT , AND JANE STEETS; ♦ AM ' i. BALMAIN. !-' ' Edward H. Buchanan, ARCHITECT & BUILDIN&SU&VEYOR , 359, GEORGET STREET; ; ^SYDNKy ' r ' J'iiiVATiE Adi}BE58.'— SNAIL'S BAY, 1 'B4LMAIJ'. . . /THOMAS O'TOOLE GENERAL AUCTIONEER, Honse, Land, and: CommissioH Agut' i\ ? ,. Outdoor Auction, Salet vf Houses and . i - - - Ixind Conducted. , , All Commission Business promptly attended to- ?. ... , PrivatcAcldress : Itfrch Grove, Bplmain. '** ' Office : 112, Pitt-street, Sydney. '' ' BALMAIN ' ACADEMY, ? ?' On the Heights of Balmain. HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL fob BOYS & GIBLS r- Girls' received as DayPn|-lis Only. vPfUJ¥-5IPflIt-JTO., WEIcBY, ?* Assisted - by Resident and 'Visiting Masters1 ?ji ,i! .The School offers special advantages to ? ?- Boarders, being within 5 minutes' walkof good ? sea-bathing; also del...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

SUMMER DRINKS! ROSE & CO.'S Superior Soda Watery . Invigorating Tonicf'W' ater CooHng Lemonade !' i ;? A romatic Ginger Ale Sparkling -i j ' 1 ; Champagne Nectar I^ill Playoured ?' Ginger Be'er (in Bottle arid. Cask) Five & Ten Gallon Casks Suitable for Counter Anil Picnics. ; COtUALS?^ '!'!* ? OF THE FINEST QUAUTYi . For, Brilliancy and Flavour cannot be . ?.? excelled. ; To AYOID BOCTORS' BILLS Drink ROSE'S 1 SARSAPARILLA. AU Orders will receive Proiript Attention. Special terms for private ^families and picnic's.'. Works : OBESOEHT^STRBET and ; ' BOBFET STREET, BALMAIN. Proprietors; H. C. ROSE & CO. BYRNE AND M CABE, GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, DARLING STREET, WEST, (Opposite Callen Park Hotel). j : II irsi'S shod and all kinds of, blacksmithing work' dorie; with' proraptitudo and at moderate . charge's. ,? .. ? . ? , . ? . ? ? BALMAIN ' AND COAL DEPOT, Nelson Stre«'v,: Balmain. , Jf PETTIT, Proprietor, j Orders , promptly attended to. Prices strictly rioderate f...

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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

WEST BALMAIN. 1 - St. Thomas', Church of England— ' ' i nift.viv'j-.; Morninc. 11, R«r..B. D. Madcwielf) \ u Evening, 7, * 1 8?. JoqkJb, Church of England, (BirchcraTe road)— 'Matins, 11, Rev. K. J. Bturat* : Ercntonp & Holj Commnnion, 7.30, ditto Sx* Jo8KPh'#. Roman Catholio—* ? ? jv «1 r Maat, 8 and It, Father T. O'Reilly Y^pera,?!^ 1 ' ' St; Paul's, Presbyterian— JttcrniDg, Jii, ner. a. ueuunie, m.a. ,'-v . c ? ' Afternoon, 3130, Iter; A. Gardiner , Bvenin^, . 7, Rev« 0m. ttrimm, M.A; ??t.-i'i -. WlsUTi^ Cbdic* (Montagne FtrMt)— \ Mornln jrll, Rov. J.Bowea' i: '? Evening, 7, Mr. Brassington & ' 105 . ' ,W*5LlifAK Cawaoa (Callen Park)— ^ f i -i : :? Merning^ll, Mr. F.J. Branch . \ - Bvening, 7, Mr. Colwell ?.-??j - - 'Baptist Chukc* (Mtillena etreet)— lUorning, 11, Rev. «T. J. Glasaop Afternoon, Rev. Pastor Alien ?'Eveaing, 7, Rev. J, -J. Glasaop Psihitivs Mxthobibt Chubch— ' 4 Morning, -11, Mr. J. Gray ; a r.\ .Etening, 7, Mr..J/B. Ponmani. ^ . Ministers, or chnre...

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

: Church Services for To-Morrow ; ;i :BA8T BALHAIN. ' ' 1 Si. Mini's: Cmurcb of England— j Morning, 11, Her* M. Archdall, M.A, - Evening 7, „ ' „ St. Avoustinx's, Roman Catholic— , . Mass, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Father J, Carr«ll Vespers, 7» . » . » - FiiSBitlBiiv Cxvbcb, Campbell atreet— ^Morning, 11. «er. P. Macquten^ ; ? Brenitip, 7» » »» ~ - ! i C^NOIMATIOKAI Chhbch— _ ;5 . II ^Minister firom Sidney . Evening, 7,* . -m -- Wjwwtak Chuicb, Darling.Bto.tr i a- ? 'Morning, li» Mr,- «T; ^Colwall' r ( Evening, 7» Mr. F. J«i Branch

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Prince Alfred Lodge, No. 1905, E.C. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 29 November 1884

jPrince; Alfred Lodge, No. 1905j E.G. A largely attended and influential meeting of members of the craft , was held on Thurs day evening,- Nov. 27, at the Town Hall, Petersham, it being the. occasion .of the in stallation as Worshipful Master for the ensuing year of Bro. A. A. Tighe/ D.G.D.C., who is a brother of standing in the craft, and well and Worthily respected by the members, of the Lodge and the residents of the district which he 'represents in the Munioipal Council. The other principal officers invested were Bro. T. . F.' Wiesener as SWM and Bro. John Wheeler as J.W., Bro. Poole as secretary, Bro. Bovie treasurer, Bro.' Bevill S.D.,' Bro. M. S.j Browne J.D., and Bro. Williams l.G. The latter portion of the evening was spent in a little harmony, after the brethren and visitors ' had. partaken, of well prepared supper.' t , / i ,

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