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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 December 1884

, ? ?? ' to - v. ;: ! ! Gossiping Corner. ? -: Fve had a good' spell cfroulf. writing for this ; column K .in your , (journal, ! , -Jbuft 'as ' Nemo is desirous of enjoying lii's Xmas duff, and this is a goodj joking season, I'm not averse^ to a little scribbling. Santa Claup liaa boen receiving the^thank* of ill thbyoungjters 4ii§giy? neieh^ourhood, arid almost unbearable for a frilly old bache lor jlike myself, Trumpets and tin whistles (nust^)laye jbeon ^selling at a discount ^n Balmain, or else my neighbours are en deavouring to giyeithejr; yonngstersya flfst lesson in music. Hbwevei', as I' like to see all hands enjoying Xmas I'm willing to stand the: ro,w, withoutj expreBsing. any.tad jectiveB. , ? Talking about the presents Santa Clans brings remind me of a joke that was' pluyed on a benedict! of a couple of year's standing living not many miles from Bal- : main. He had been away froih' 'home some little time and was not able to return in time for Thursday's' dinner.- Ah; in ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gas Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 December 1884

Gas Explosion. ' A serious gas;, explosion took/place in Bal main on' ChiiRtirias morning. It appears that AlrsHigaius. wif* pf t^iy proprietor of liellvue House,' Darljng sticet, and her eon smelt gas ^a^^r-^^w^t\^lo^|oi?l'i£^tlie^[atter striking a niatclir Directl/ after'the lu'eifer ignited an explosion took! place, the force' of which blew' out 'the two lar^'e shop windows,1 DIIUVLCI^I ^IIISD, UUt, UtlU J lUg UIUIU pwttj ? MM-Higgius and her son were severely ;burnt and 'still more : frightened. , M.K Higgins esti mates the damage: dbric at. £o0, and the 'build- ing is insured in the^ Australian Mutual Insur ance Company for £750. 1 ?

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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S[?]cred Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 27 December 1884

Sacred Concert.       A sacred concert of a very enjoyable character was given in the Congregational Church by the choir, assisted by some ladies and gentlemen, on Tuesday evening. The admission was free, a collection in aid of the Sunday School funds being taken up, but not withstanding that fact the audience was not as numerous as the quality of the music deserved. The want of sufficient publicity was, however, a good deal to blame for the paucity of attendance. The programme comprised a couple of organ         solos executed with ability by Mr. Lunn ; five pieces by the choir, the most attrac tively rendered of which were the anthem     "In Jewry is God known,'' and a solo and chorus 'Memories of Galilee.' Mr.   Teague sang 'The lost chord' in good voice, and the Misses E. and A. Cree's rendition of the duet 'He wipes the tear from every eye,' was swee...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER ONLY A KISS TO THE DYING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

THE STORYTELLER OlfLY % SlSS^XOjTHE DYIHQ. 'There was a flash in the girls'^ dark eyesi'i bnt ' she eaid : carelessly,' with a shrug'df the 'shoulders.1 ' : '? . y ' ' '; le General, and Connfc iAlbrcclit was s, brave- man ; ; besides, a living Frehcb Iomcer.is more use nere man a aeaa Uhlan',;' n'est-jce.-pas?' . ' *'Ca.' 'ba/inon 'enfant..' ,T&ey shall rai - liaverthe exchange. Go yon back to | the .bqspital f with ; Lieutenant- Vantfan,: I and see that this bodyJs-removed with all respect and dne courtesy.' |, . ~ - '.Was it. a flash of triumph '-/that I gleaffi'^d in the girl's ^bright eyes as she 1 bowed.,as-if, in. obedience, tp.a/jnilitaTy; | - order, and stepped forwards to the side jj ; -of yonng Yanbai, who, nothing loth to i ? hav# so beautifnl a companion j even ./or i - a ten'[,mtMtes' walk, tlirew Iiis horse's I ' bridle over his arm, and offered her the | other. Q 5 j ' ,r .; J, jj Q 1 ' Ah, (jtho IcQtild guess the; deadly | anxiety, the sickening dread , in!7...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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KEEP THY VIGIL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

rtnlt ni fl'i 'J Mournfuliybfer^ilich^ghfei^pB, And (gainst her throbbing bos em T.'rBobjnbby.serenilj'-iilfee^'.' ,A. v:'' ' ?Abjlhctf heart iis llonfe andhearyj ?ii '[: arAndhiB absence woutohfe* sWb;'1 ? ??Yetber sorrow dare not whispet ''' ? tiShbshallneverseehimmore-11'1 ' ' 1 r-n &u«u.| !»? i . i:'::;jN^v«Mnorer ? iKeep tbyi vigil, patientwaSting;'-' ivi toTbough it Seem -to thee in vain— ' . Where no bight is fotra'd, nor- weeping;1' ?- He w;ill .*isit tHeatigain. Silent-is-the- night and- lonelyr — ft v Hpfe the. pestilential breath on Where beneath a canvatf a'Wniiig ' He is fevered ;nnto: dfetfo'. -! . ; ' Needs he now Jthy; gentle pressure .-HO n, ? Stealing, o'er ihis, bursting. brow I; ,'v i Hebad thought tomeetthecltwping— ' ? Hear his greeting to thee no w, ?- !»?;?* *n ,r f-' v.- '? 1 -.-- .TotheenOtf — ' o ? ' Keep thy vigil, little. d&rling, .! r1. Through ftifow more years of pain, And, when meeting knows not parting, - .vlfflSU itf sit .thee again...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BLUE RIBBON GOSPEL ARMY AND BAND OF HOPE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

BALMAIN BLUE RIBBON GOSPEL ARMY ! AND BAND OF HOPE. : : TO THE EDITOR. V Sir,— As you have published Messrs.' Camp... bell, Clark arid- Wynp's report of ; the above inecting in the Tempcrance Hall on Friday, 12tli Dec., will you kindly publish ours also, as there are generally two sides to a story, and allow us to say that when' Mr. Bell ' consented to separate from the Sydney Army he said lie would take the Sunday's collection, anil, de ducting his expenses therefrom, would return. the- balance to whatever charity wet.liked, u'poh saying which lie ' was t loudly chcered. We do not think that there was one among his regular workers and congregation generally who wished to make any objection to' his taking it, for what was collected was given freely and without any suspicion of the money'.' -being wrongfully used! On the Suuday. following a notice was given by Captain Bell that the collection was 10s ^dr-^a.' large sum,; truly, for those five gentlemen on the platform to make any fus...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Sporting-. ' . «J:®0CiCVl?-Cfl °f .'owfaff, bicjcle.jbowlinR, football, and oiner clubs are requested to send iu reports of mutchcs ior publication m this column notlator^tban Wednesday.] Alexandras and Mertons.— A match took place on Saturday; 20th, between these two clubs, the 'result' boirig a victory for the Mor tons. The' scores were — Alexandra C. C., 27 j Mertons C. C., 41 ; The principal scorers on' i «r 0 Alexandras;: were,/, yroughton: and Moore, wliO; scored: II and 8 - runs respec tively ; while on the side of the Mertons J. J. bohultrye playednvell for 9,; and J. Fergu son put 8 runs together after 'a 'good'difmlay of batting, W. Hunt ' bowled well for ths Alexandras, securing 5 wickets in 5. balls,' hie average being .7 wickets for; 10 runs: - ? The trundling of H.- Edwards, and \V. Martin for ine Mertons was ;also good. - ? ? - lna*'c'1 was played at North Shore on Boxing Day, Eureka C. C. and Balmain Alexandra C. C. and - resulted in an easy vic tory for tho . latter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

VSlVya ^,GIRMi.ns-i8f.rin V V ' Housework, &c. f 'mij»1it' slenn at hope if desirable. Apply Mrs. F. it. Robinson','' White Horse Point. ? ?. r ? - WANTED, — Good Secondhand 400-Gnllon /Tank. J.'.Scott, near Buckle's (Quarries, Rowriitree-strcet, Balmain. y Balmain Half-Holiday Associa tion. EVERY- Member, is-respeotfiilly reqnest'ed;to attend a MeetiHr at' Waterman's School room on Thursday night,, at 9 o'clock. Business important. ' .; - W. .J- -SMALL, U S ' '???- - : ''Hon. Sec. '» Patronise ' Local Industry.' A. SMITH, Practical Wat^-hmaker and Jeweller, DAULING ROAD WEST, Between Nelson arid Mertori Strcets. -J' ,/ ? ..--A TTTHY go to-, Sydney,- when you can have YV: ; youiv Watohbs.and Clocks Repaired and Cleaned at Sydney prices, and thus save tra velling expenses ? Repairs of every description promptly exe cuted onitlie premises at reasonable terms; , . i ' ' Old .Gold and' $ilver Bought, f j I / ; CHARLES 1VEBS, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, ;? Frtdfh ,I*oll«lier, ...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Suburban and General. A fireman on the French mail steamer Sala/.ie was scalded to death by an escape of /steam . ,/? --v i-- 1 A frfgliifjil .Ja'sejjot starvation; is reporled from Tirmiit-.-T-'A wbmftn hamed^Gooper 'with a baby in arras and a little boy of six years, got lost in the bush; for, five days. ; Through, the mother's breast' 'milk failing the' infant ' died, ana tne motner Killed a aog uiac accom panied tliem and- lived-.on it. ' The, boy be came exhausted and the mother went, for suc cor and' eventually found a C'hinaman's hut, where she was well treated. The Chinese told a European miner about the affair and after a long search the little, boy was rescued from deatb, and' the dead body 'was- brought in. ; ; A, shark 14 feet long, was killed in Hobson's : Bay on Saturday, and the arm of a man and a gold watch and chain were found inside it. Tlie ; limb a«d, the. articles belonged .to the -man . Browrie wlio was-drdwried a' fortnight ago. W It is cxpcctsd that Germany w...

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HORRIBLE LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

v HORRIBLE LARRIKIN ISM. .. * This is truly horrible. It is awful. X Wliither uro we going? j To what fear ful depths are we to sink?' 'There is a fair Hiiiount of good in the world, .here ' aijd'tlii'rv. We are not all bad.' ' There urn good creatures whose, hearts are alwavs onen to compassion — men and ' women, but especially women, who are iiiiiijstLM'ii)-r angels, trying to do all .the in' this world they possibly -can. lit hospital wards, in workhouses, in prison*,. in .-husk slums and filthy alleys of citios, l here are people going about to soften, and comfort, and smooth the ° pillows of the sick and the dying. There I'M sweetly nurtured ladies, who go about cjmVtly, hut earnestly to seek lost women lind girls, almost ' dead in treB |.ussc8 nnd sins,' living; lives of shame up6n tlic streets. They bring' them! to pcuirentiiirius, to' Samaritan institutions ami to i'oi'oriuatorie'S.'''Tliore are women who, for the love of God, and riot for liioney's sake, minister to the wor...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Balmain Water, Supply. ; , ahe joi^r, .water; ^.upply- - authorises ;liave now' stated that they' 'have 'found 'out a cause for the meagi-e , water ^supply to Balmain, the liquid .having beoli'divei'teil to C amperdown ? by some mistake in con necting tlie .mainsi and;iihey; have evi dently persuaded our contemporary, the S. If. Heraldi into -the 1 belief .,' that'f they did riot'know' Balmain 'was 'suffering so much until the '28rd December, and say that- if a complaint 'had been made1 direct' to the authorities it would have resulted in the supply being improved. It is to be hoped the memory of the individual or individuals who statod that will improve during the current year, for, it is a,dirbct contradiction to fact. , Complaints have repeatedly been made to tho officials direct and in' ;the eolumnsjof jtl^e press. Why, when ^rieiro'sident of Balmain went to the office toi complain personally shp; was 'shoWri -tlie-w'aste' paper basket lull1 of - ' complaints- from : Balmain sur...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Current Items. The special magistrate -in attendance at the Balmain. Police Court on Wednes day last, read' a lesson I to the several individuals brought ' before him for acts of misconduct that they will remember for some) time!,, s The; fines ; amount to Over k £22, and they will, it is 'to be hoped,, cause a reduction of larrikin acts in Balmain. i ; ' ; ' A meeting of the Half Holiday Asso ciation members is to be held in Water man's schoolroom riext Thursday. It is very necessary that there should be a large attendance, so as to prove that the movement, is not losing caste. The various volunteer fire brigades are protesting against the treatment they receive at-theihands of the Metro politan Brigade. They say- they are ignored and excluded from the oppor tunity of joining the last named brigade. This state' of things is objectionable and will lead to bad results, for it is only l-y good feeling and unity that a large body of firemen can be effective at extensive fires. The evil...

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FRIDAY, JAN. 2. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Friday, Jan. 2. i (Before Mr. 'L. Yates, ,S.'M.) V Bridget Korains v; Francis ? Forrester ; assault. Defendant proved to be the wrong person summp'ried-f-it- 'should haV(e been his wife — and the case was '(lismissed; _ Martha Forrester, 'vf Bridget 'Lbraiiid iarid' Thos. Neale ; assault. The evidence showed that the plaintiff tried to prevent the defen dant from : removing furniture; from1 a housed the former rented 1 from her husband, the assault being the result. The case , was dis missed. ? ? .j(VJ fj -i.p, £ i ? Bridget Malipney sued her husband' Willjam Malioney for wife-desertion. The -bench made' an order against the - husband , to, pay 20s a week for ,12. months arid. 5s lOd costs. Jas. A'shby, a boy of lourteeri, had' Tfcen arrested with some- pears ^jjLjhis possession supposed to be stolen;- arid Which he afterwards admitted he had. taken from., a garden in Waterview Street.1 Thfc Magistrate ordered the ' boyv tpjbe detained? in,' Court; until the rising thereof.} j j. /[...

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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. ? Tuesday, December 30. . , , , Present— The. Mayor (Mr. J. Cameron), and Aldermen Garrard, M.L.A., Hancock, Looks, Punch, Franki, Olubb, Kenniff, Milne, Burns, and M'Donald. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Paul Bradshaw, calling attention to the plans of the oaretaker's cottage, no yerandah . being provided, and stating if it was intended to add one, it would be, cheaper ' to do so now tliau later on - Referred to Work* Committee; : ? From- J.. Byrnes, complaining of the; drainage of water through his land, near! Iron C jve Bridge,, oaused by Council' stopping natural watercourse.— The letter was rather discourteous to the Aldermen, , and after some slight hesitation, , it was received. ' ' ' . From F. Sheed, calling attention' to the state of Runsey-street and a nuisance thereat, . and asking that the drain might be carried further down the street. — -Re-' ferred to the Works Committee. , ; From A. Dickson,...

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The New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

The Mew. Year. '. New Tear's bye in Balmain was . a good deal more livbly tliati 'that 'of 1883.-;- The streets were crowded with people, especially, in the vicinity of the junction; of jDartfng ;atad Beat-' tie-streets', and from a little after dusk the air resounded with strains of milBic, dispensed by various bands. , ,1'he .tradespeople appeared to be doing a Rood business, especially the drapers, although the grocers' were riot far behind. ..The splcnuta display or iruits, etc. made by- J. J«sson and Co., of Beattie-street, seemed to attract attention, probably for pic nic parties on the morrow, and also the iron mongery establishment of Mr. John Craze r Imdits numerona. visitors., Passing, fropr busi ness to pleasure, all -the pedestrians ? seemed bent on enjoying the -last few Iiours. of^tlie old year, and they had numerous attractions, from the Salvation Army to a torchlight proces sion by the local fire brigade. . This, latter was very pretty indeed, the drill: gone through...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

GIBBS, BASCOMBB, & CO., House, Land & General Agents^ DARLING STREET, QPPQ8ITB POST OFFICE, BALMAIN, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Balmain land district, that they have commenced bu8ine» ai the above addresB, and respeotfully ; request a share «f their support, assuring' them that all business entrusted to them will receive carefnl attention. Fire, Life, and Accidental Insurances effected at Lowest Possible Bates. agent fob the ' Qiieen Insurance XJoMp^ny. ; - Agent fob THE AUSTRALIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CGMPANY. : ;Send for prospectuses, & -?., which- will be sent post free to any address. Persons with : small deposit, desiring to. Porehase Property, ...by , calling on ,'us will be abla to borrow the, balance, ' and - so become their own Landlords. , I A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO1 ALLi Bj Citrom lielarne, ^Sydney,) ? : Practical Watehmaker & Jewellers EOS to inform 'the 'BALMAW reii^ents1 | that he''bas received a large Ponsign-' ment of^Jewellery, 1 ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1884, (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

BALMAIN POLICE COUBT. ^ Mondat, Decembee 29, 1884. . .. ' (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) . 'V : , Margaret : Black was(.chafged ' wi^h being drunk in 'Mort-street,' arid witlr using' ofisccne' I language. On the first offence , she , was , dis - charged, but on the second was fined lbs, or 3 days. A child ofrsjx! yearej ;liamcd : Cornelius J. Shelian, was brought' before the Court for pro tection and was recommended for admis sion to the Benevolent Asylum., His .mother : ! was dead and liis ' father bad left . him itinpro . vided for. ; ' Tlios. Kean, for being drunk and disorderly l in Evans-street, was fined 10s. ? Robt. Tigte and Win:; Moen,:brought up on charges .of . drunkenness. were .discharged, the. magistrate taking a lenient View of the 'offence on accout ot.the holidays.. ^ Alfred Bennett v. Asquith ; for recovery of possession of a bouse. A .warrant-wf^s.ordcred ?to be issued witfiin seven days! JL' iiL iL 'i Small Debts., . .... J. G. Read v. Jas. M. Wiricotc and D. Mc-! C...

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Thistle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Thiatio Club;. Wo stated lh our last issue tliat tho Scotch men turned out in full force on tlio 28rd of Dodffifljer, to the opening of tho Bnl nniut-branch of tho above, kilted-iaud-wiili bagpipes playing. Wo are now supplied, by the'Tsocretary with full : particulars of the meeting.- There was a ; good attend; nnnn of the. officers of tho/Sydney Cldbi 'l and the ohipf of tha»i b'ody - presided ovor tho meeting; : ? , ^ V ; The i-firet business, after, tho : initiation, was the ,61dction of officers, whioh resulted as follows:— Chief, ; Mr. Patterson ; first ohieftian, Mr. Boss ; second chieftian, Mr. J. Johnstone; third chieftian, Mr. B. Aitkenhead, junr.; fourth chieftian, Mr. J. Elliott, doorkeeper,' Mr. McOorkenddle. It was then decided that the appointment1 of trustees ' and piper .should be left to a. future meeting. . The Ohief of the Sydhey Club then presented the dilEferent officers with the badges of their respective, offices, after- which' iho newly-elected chief, Mr. P....

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OLD MOTHER HUBBARD. A MODERN SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

OLD ' MOTHER HUBBARD. ' ~A MdDERN'SEnMON. (Old MdtheriHobbard went; to, the cupboard. ; To get the poor dog a bone, 'Bnt When - she got' .there the cupboard was . _ . - bare, And so the poor dog. bad none. , These beautiful words my dear friends, carry with ' them a solemn lesson'. .'I:: propose this evening to analyse meir meaning ana to attempt to apply iff,- lofty as it nftay be, to our every 'Old Mother Hubbard, she went to the' TjO;get$he-ppor ^og^bpij^1';' ; ? '? j ! ; ?: ?; i4'Mother Hubbard,® ;you! see', was' '6ld:; there yjeingj nornftntidn ^of .n^y.j^nui9^kCs1ie was alone ; widow ,^-a friendless old solitary widow — yet rdid^Bhe .despair ? IJid she sit down «nd wee'p/ or iead- a' ^noVel,' or 1 wringpher hand ?;;jNo:![ Shei^qnt $b JbfaSq enpboard. And hbre observe that she went to the fcupboard.-, jjSlip idid . not hop, pr .skip; or run, or jump, or use any .others peripatetic.' artifice,, she. solely and , merely went to the' cupboai'd. Wejhave seen that she was old and .J...

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1884. (Before Mr. L. Yates, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 3 January 1885

Wednesday, DEOEMBEU-31,1884i': - 1 f (Before Mr. U. , Yates, 3.M.5,'!-',' Richard Jurgense'n,' for being dtunk-in Mul lens-street, was fined 10s, or 48 hours. ;? : ,.yi i ,M.. Driscol, an old offender, . for- jising;-. in decent language at . the bar , of the Lorcl Nelson Hotel, Kvans-street, on Tuesday, was fined £2, in default 14 days: The, same. individual was fined £5 or three months for using- obsccne laTi{*nn.nrA in HpnfMn.atroot nn t.lio onmii flow na above, and for. assaulting. Constable. Archbold , while in the .? exe'.utionv of -Jiis duty waB transferred' 'to Darlinghurst for-' one? month's board and .lodging; 1, 'Geo.'Tenrior,' charged 'with 's'tealin^'a 'phir'1 of trousers, ; valued, at -, £l ;,5s,;irom j)scarj Meyer, Terry .street, was sent to gaef 'for two months.' * ' ' ''?? ?' ?' : / Geo. Hawkes, deemed to-be' insane, \vas re' manded for seven days. ,? i . ... lt.'f Summons Cases. ? ' .'. William Cordner was . summoned- ;by Con stable Bruce for using' obscen'e langua...

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