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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Church Services for To- Morrow EAST BALMAIN. St. M ARV'b, Chareh of England— liorning, 11, Rer. M. Archdall, M.A, Evening, 7, . „ „ St. AroSBTINl's, Roman Catholio — . , Mast, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Father J. Carroll t : . Vespers, 7, »» PaiCTTTiilAH'CHWiCHiCamptMil street^- : Horning, 11. Rev. Thoi. S. Millar ' Evening, 7, 1 ,, ' ' ?- . COKOMSiTlOBil. ChO»CH— ! Horning, 11, a Minister from Sydney SrenMg,. 7, ., ,, WasMTAX Ckvmob, Darling-street — Horning, 11, Hi. J. Roseby Evening, 7. Hr. F. J. Branch

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BLUE RIBBON MISSION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

' BLUE BIBBON MISSION. to the' Editor. Siu, — I was somewhat surprised to see a letter in last week's issue from Messrs. Turn bull and Jackson, -and withal sorry .to notice that a portion of it had been ' unfit for publi cation.' Certainly a few facts and connecting links would have been an improvement. These discrepancies can doubtless be traced from the fact that Messrs. Ttirnbull and Jack son have not long been acquainted with Mr Bell a aid his style of working, while four of the ' five gentlemen ' (the authors of the separa tion) attended the meetings of the Blue Ribbon Army in Balmain before Mr. Bell was heard of. It in, also ..evident that Messrs. Turnbull and Jackson did not peruse the statement to which they would reply. We dispensed with the scrvicca of Air. Bell because lie required payment, while- the amount collected was barely sufficient, to pay the rent of the hall. This was the reason, and we sought no other excuse to justify bur action. They (Messrs. T. and J.) are t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

: Sporting. (Secretaries of rowing, bicycle, bowling, foothnll.chei other clnbe are requested to send in reports of mat »y,] for publtcation'jn tniscolnmn not lat«r than W cdnest Hanlan and Clifford arc, in hard trail up the Parramatta. BotK are in good cot tion. The race comes off next month. The Englishmen defeated , tlie comb; nCI'. eleven in Melbourne pretty easily. - : , ? ? - CBICKET. c C Carlingford C.C. v. Young ' Albert Xhese mct lost Saturday. The game rcs6y'^n in''ah.easyj vfctoljofor: thelformer club'' }jj innings and [16 victory !.w» 4^4 great for the Alberts, as they did not their opponents with the,; courtesy they \v;ere entitled to. ? The' scores -were — Carlingford, 61 ; Yonng Alberts 8 and 37. J. Williamson and J. Taylor were in splendid form with the bat. and W. Welsh with the ball for the Carlingfords. * . - , . ^ «. The Snail's Bay regatta is to come oil 'on the 14th next month. ' ? A very interesting match was flayed on New Year's Day on the I'igeoii' drou'id ....

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Notes of tfce Week! S' —r-iO The other day when Lord Coleridgo, tho Lord Chief Justice of England, pent to N^ttingliam to opon the'.' Assizes, lie was linotod by those who sided with the Claiiniint.(who 'callB, hiineelfi','Sir Roger Tichboruu ') as his. Lordship, was step ping ' into tho' Sheriff's' carriage'. 1 Wo ail know- that .at tho sfinal ; trial . of - the Claimant,, Lord Coleridge (then Sir John Duke !C-)leridgi-) was wonderfully strong in his words in ; expiring kirn. He called him ' a peijurer, a forger;' and a liar.' The Claimtiiit has served his time in prison, spiuo. ten years., . He iB now free arid holding meetings j ' but he has been1 warned by the Home Secretary not, to fau-e. agitation so as to lead to disturb me-. , A fter all, lie is only a tickefc-of-leuvo miin, and has to .report himself regularly in^porson to the police. When lust we t-aw. the Claimant he was i stepping out of his brougham.. on the last day of his lohg tritrf at Westininiter. j A few honrs; .a...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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NORTH-EAST WARD ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

.NORTH-EAST WARD ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sib,— I ? notice by advertisements in your paper that Alderman Milne and Mr. Elkington announce their intention to stand for' Election in the north-east ward. Now, Sir, on the' occasion that Alderman Milne was sent to the Council table it was freely stated that'it w.is an arranged affair between thp two geptlr'i 11 above named. I hear now that directly '| '? the nomination next month one or othur uf I those gentlemen is going . to . retire and so aecurc the election of the other without opposition. Is it true? I would ask' the gentlemen to answer, and on their not doing so let the ratepayers bolieve their is a collusion between them. Ratepayers, keep your eyes open ; there are plenty of better men than 'either of them ; 'select one ; and don't be trifled with again. Yours, etc., NORTH-EAST WARD. January 6th, 1885,

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GOSSIPING CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

^ GOSSIPING CORNER. t -Once more Father Time lias heralded/ us into a new year and the old' one ifli (numbered with tho past centimes, ' This 'is the acknowledged period.to critisise our diarieband to make all kindi^of gqo$!ro{ solutions as a gtude for;!olirv'/tttOro con duct. 'How many of ihcise1c8olu(ion8;ai;o ^reaJlyacted ujj it wonlff Be djfficult t3 )e&^, bnt it is, perhaps weir that thero shotildj be some artificial resting piaee: in; tn«„ 'tedious journeypf life.as MB'confititnted '?by.'tbe'division of time into years, at which Bre con pause and, tw it were, re-order our Clife and conduct afresh, if 1 so inclined. Of s'conne we all know that : /?ili'^Qonoeu) itaaJbr'wt, or atop by power, 'Tk« Bowing ocean «r tb« SMting taonr : ButwATe by w»ve irantud arriTeson taota, : ^ad aach impelled Mhind impels bafore : -'So tliie on time rerelting wa deserr, . -j' ?'So miaatea follow, and ao minutes flj.' i Bnt nevertheless the idea of a .restiiig' placr is a pleasant fiction to...

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Viscountess Sherbrooke. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Vispbuntiass Sherbrooke. - She has been buried in a quiet, plain man ner at the London Necropolis, Woking, Surrey* not far from London. But what ;''s the Viscountess Sherbrooke to us hero ? Simply this : She was the wife of a distinguished man who lived in and was well-known in Sydney, and the accomplished lady also lived among us. Mr. Robert Lowe, a distinguished scholnr of Oxford! University, Afjter! jJeing a private Oxford tntorl. hna-Jbeinff called to the Encrlish bar, came to -Sydijey, practised; as ; a/ barrister | in' the Supreme Court, and ' bewime member of 8 the Legislative Council of New'South Wales, 6 He resided at Bronte, near Nelson Bay.. , , There [' Mrs. Lowe, aft'erwnrds tho Visoountess Shor- Ji brooke, lived also. On returning to England, | Mr. Lowe rapidly rose as a statesman, became | Vicc-President of the Committee of Council, | Chancollor of the Exohcquer, .etc., and after- | wardB was called up to tho House of Lords. | Now he is left lonely. ' He has lost the ...

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Balmain Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

; Balm&n 'W'atcr Supply' ; : : A meeting of residents was ' hold on; Monday last, in Uie Tojvn Hall/ to tafce intO considoration ;the very unsatisfactory' afote of affairs as regards the.City . Water Shpply;'to Balmain; The - attendance Was not so large as it would have been bad proper notice been given to the public, but nevertheless there was a thoroughly repre sentative meeting., r-Mr.M.;&s- S.'l?ii|iihardinge .jfras vp&djo the chkirj-Mi^.-Hyatn the advertised dhair\ man, was aoiauieu ut- nuuiuuuvuir ?s(ent; a note of apology, in which ho ex pressed sympathy with the movement. It was suggested by Alderman Punch that the meeting should be postponed till the following Monday in .order that a larger actendance could be secured, but a number' of other ratepayers putting in an appearance it was decided to -go on with tne business. . The chairman, Alderman Garrard, M.L.A., Alderman Punch, Capt. Turnball, McClemens, Messrs. J. Fraser, and Moeiler, and a few other...

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Election Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Eleetion Meeting. A meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr. George. Milham, who is a candidate for aldermanic honors: in the South-west Ward, was'held on Thursday ^night aiDioks' Hotel. Mr. 'A..Hdt-:hin8on was vfete'd to'' the chair. A list of about sixty names of persons who' had promised to vote for Mr.iMilham was read, and several additional names, were added to it in the meeting. Mr. Milham addressed the [ meeting and stated his reasons for coming out against Alderman Eenniff, the principal of which was that he considered the interests of the ward had. not been properly attended to. A lot 'of the works in the south-west were not done properly, and although be thought the engi neer to blame, he pa* it down a* on,e of the duties of the aldermen to look closely after the works being exeouted, to inspect the plans, &c. This had not been done, and it reqairod a practical man to do it. He had had a great deal of praotical experience in various kinds of works, both under G...

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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Suburban- and General Once more the farfamed S.S. Austral is in the waters . of Port Jackson. She is 'open for public inspection. .. i The Government received £858,323 revenue from intoxicating liquors ' last year, and £107,534 from licenses for the sale of the .same. .There, is plenty of work for the tem perance canseVyet,'-' Another silver discovery near Em'maville Assiys show 2000 ounces to the ton of oil. ; The Great t Eastern; ^steamBbift— a white elephant — is to be taken to New Orleans to be made an hotel )of during the Centcnia, Exhibition. Another dynamite explosion in London on the Metropolitan railway. The windows of a passing train were smashed and damage done to a tunnel, but no lires were lost. ? . There are 10,932 miles of railway open for traffic in India.;- : 7 'V ? yj The national debt of Great Britain on 31st of March last, wast £748,541,797. :. A man named Bell Was burnt to death at Wilcannia. He had been drinking and set fire to bis cottage; Mr. Maclvor, of the ...

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Half Holiday Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 10 January 1885

Half Holidav Association. The monthly' meeting of the above was held in Waterman's Schoolroom, on Thurs day night. There was a fair attendance of members and the chair «was occupied by the president, Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A. The Chairman, on opening the meeting, explained that he had been prevented by parliamentary' duties from attending the' meetings previously, but he felt greatly in terested in the progress of the affairs of the Association. The Seoretary. then read the minutes of the previous meeting and afterwards. ?* report 'made out - by- the colleotor, which ?stated that some fourteen members had refused to pay their subscriptions.' The Secretary also stated that some five shop keepers had neglected to 'close on the Wednesday, afternoon, r The Chaihnan urged that a strong effort should be made to prevent any retrograde step on the- part of anv member! of the Association. Now that the movement had attained such a success every: effort should be made to cause that success to con...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE DOCK COMPANY AND THE PUBLIC. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

THE DOCK COMPANY AND THE PUBLIC. 3 0 THE EDITOB, Sin,— On reading your report, of : the: Bal main Borough Council meeting, I could not help feeling thnt the majoitv of the aldermen knew very little of the inconvenience the travelling public have been put to by the works being carried out by Mort's Pock Company, else they would riot '; have treated A'derhmri -Bu- elianan'B niild nrid appropriate 'motion '\n reference thereto, in such a one-sided manner. Glad indeed was I to .see that Aldorniiln !-.... „l ? ? ...... ..,.1.1^ (l,n J Ulll/U mm Bniuillt. --uwuf,v iy cowardly ; attacks made oii: worthy- you*g Alder mn n liiiehn'min ; I am a constant travel ler lo Snail's Bay iinel Mort's Duck, aud have caieiull.v watched the progress of' 'works at both fi rrics, and though I give the Dock Com» pany credit for the subslantinlity of their im provements, 1 maintain that- the woik has been carried uiil with an utter disregard io the public convenience. The public have had to traverse a maze o...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. NORTH EAST WARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

Correspondence. ?NORTH EAST WARD HI ECTION. | Mr. Editor, — I read with surprise and some little amusement the letter of 'North- cast Ward' in your last week's issue, in which I am charged with acting in collusion with Mr. $}lkington to secure for one of us the representation of the North-cnst Ward in the next Counoil. My first thought on reading the anonymous correspondence wft* to leave tlie writer alone, - butj asfnc letter contains such a gross fabrication that jiiigl|t leave on the minds of your readers some seeds of calumny, I determined to at IcaBt deny tho truth-of North-east Ward's allegations. Let me tell him with regard to the first. that Mr. ElJtington had nothing whatever- to do with my nomination, nor did I know that lie had any intention of resigning his position previ ous to tlie notice intimating thp fapt that he had done so ; por had I any conversation with him on the subject of my nomination un til after riiy -paper ? wob sent in. ' As to thp other statement, well...

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Flooded Out [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

v.:' ' Fiooied Out Somo of tlie residents of. Camerbn-streof, between Church and'' College-streets, wei'ic ?onsiderably alarmed and decidedly sui; - prised1 at having to got out of their : bod? into'two foet six inches of water at a little after 6 a.m. on Monday last. It will ; be, remembered that a drizzling rain sot in on Sunday. afternoon aud continued all night, the only variation being heavier showers ..i at intervals. .; The result of the constant rain seems ' to have caused the gratings L ..; il.^ f rv ftia ItinflQ VllW over me eutia-uuco underground ' from the new . formation ' icceitly coiisinii ted by the Cpunciralong ? the Dock 'prc»iiert.vV to -become stuffed - up,: and then the water draining from College . .and Chureli-slreets, and Oiinieron-strqet; , 'east and wesr, accumulated in front ol Ml*: IngrcmVDock Hotel; covering the road. Next to: the , hotel there, lire three houses 'which' were liuilt oil tlie level of tho old street, bnt. are now between three and four fe...

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Death by Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

' Death by Drowning. Wo 'have to record a very painful accidcnt, riisultinpiin tho death of a young mnn named . Jus. Bi'bie, business manager of thel.Cq.-opern* live', '.Flint (Mass (.'ompniiy's Works, RoSeHa Bay. ' In'compnHy'ivith.six.ttr sc'.veu other men lio, went -out in a ipdiit' yesterday , between '1L and 12 o'clock, to have a bathe. Affer skylark iricabout in the water for some time, they all pot into the junt -again, but one bf tho pad dles going overboard the deceased sprang after hnnf. Hrifiin'ir awav with the wild he hid.a 'goo-i distance to swim back. ? ; While: doing bo, he sang out that lie was sin kin;*, but. a!i he whs in the habit of playing jokes and a grioi-'swimmer none of his companions, took iH)ti'c'r.Tof, his eric# until they »a«r him sink;. A-.yfl.imjr man named John CVoksnn tlvn went to his asM-taner. bill tin: dr- wiling man clutched him so tightly, that ho -had to let go; his hold to s-ivo himself. An tlior swimniir jiist arrived ai the i-pot ns Bigbie s...

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Smallpox in Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

! Smallpox in Balmain. To read of cases of smallpox being re ported iu the eastern suburbs of Sydney has been sufficiently startling to - tlie in habitants of Balmain, at any rate with tho occasional rrmour that it has) been found in their borough. ? Rumour has nowji'.however, j given ; way to fact, and tenihntnW' nnnhoinnog in r, Jnnl ' nf anxiety on the part :of residents in Happy Valley, Wo-liavo had some genuine cases of smallpox and; thoso too ? in a. very thickly populated locality. It appeal's to have been in the neighbourhood of Pashley street for some little time past, and from the doctor's statement, which , we give be low, it would appear that tlie mother 'of the children has only recently recovered from the disease, which hus spread to her husband and family. The:presence of the. dread disease in the family of Mr. Josejih Franklin, of . Fasliloy- streot, was first made known on 'Saturday about middin ].y Dr. Evans, junr. Ho was consultiii l\ Mr. Franklin a fow days previ...

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The Austral Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

The Austral Estate. Messrs.'1 Tate ; arid Co., auctioneers,' of 110. Elizabeth-street'; 'Sydney, have selected' a famous name for the beautiful estate they ore to sell next. Saturday. When we say famous we use tlie word in its true sense,1 meaning, known to fame, renowned,— and not merely as a slang term meaning anything you wish it to mean for the time being. Up to the present time the picture brought to tho mind's eye by the name Austral is the sudden sinking of a grand steamer m calm weather m Sydney Harbour ; the weary months of toil endeavour ing to raise her to the surface, nnd the rfe lieatcd failures, until :it laBt skill and per severance carried the day and were justly re warded hy Biiccess; and now that same ves sel lias again visited us, a finer, better ship t linn ever she was before. Although it will he many' a long year before people will forget the sinking and jaising of the Austral, yet to . many the name will convey quite a different *et of feelings. Instead of a s...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. . Tuesday, Jandaby 13. Present : — The Mayor, (Alderman Cameron) Aldermen -Garrard, M.L.A., Punch, ,Frariki,;. Burns, McDonald, Clubb, Looke, Hancock, Buchanan, Milne and Kenniff. The ; minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From H. Perry, stating that he could not make an approaoh to his house in Glassops-treet, in consequence of a block of stone on the footway, and asking to be allowed permission to remove it. Left with the Mayor. From P. Flynn, calling attention to the levels of Evans-street being altered so that he would be prevented from getting into his property except by ladder, and stating that if he suffered any damage by the alteration he would hold the Council responsible. Referred to committee ' of. , works; . From. H. W. Hopper, complaining about the state of Llewellen-street and asking the. Council to make a gutter before the wet season sets in.. Left with the Mayor; ' . From Gannon and McLaughlan, solici tors,...

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Mr. Samuel Briggs. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

. Mr; skiauel Briggs. , A largely attended meeting of West End ratepayers was held at tlje Bridge Hotel Weston-street, on Thursday night,' to hear the' above-mentioned gentleman give his opiniooi on municipal matters. . ... Mr. J; Barries was voted to the chair, and in the . course of a short Speech he spoke of the reputation Mr. Brigga had secured during his long residence in Balmain as^. straightforward man and a jolly good fell6w, onc that could, no.doubt, work far better than he could talk trA 1.1.A Tir ? i ... UU gtfcVV IUU UlWlV&a Ub IUQ MUSVU IV lull CrliUlt for great discrimination, and: felt :surc that it they put Mr. Briggi at the top of Ihe poll they would do right. He then called upon tlmt gentleman to address the assembled crowd from the hotel window. : Mr. Briggs, after thanking the chairman for .kind remarks, said it -was quite- right that he. could work better than he could talk. On previous occasions he had been before them to ask for favours for others, and...

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THE STORYTELLER ONLY A KISS TO THE DYING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 17 January 1885

T£E STORYTELLER ' 6%yn A^issg-rpa thei 'Dying. . ' The dark eyes opened again with a haU-uazea look. She was in a soldier's tent, ligfet^ bj/a fipgle ilampj^ying on a sd.ldier b rough pallet^ hefl,,!) bnt ah, brave man b noble( heart. His Boft goldep moustache , ioucped her cheek ; j^am lips ^ere presgcdito hers. 7ri^ .I'i .Ah, 'weetheart, i forgiTe thine Albrecht this daring ;- it is- but giving hade' thhtifao^t'pi^ciotis, tierfef-f^rgo tten l\|B9«V 1-UV ' 'No, no j.forjget thai .) my shame nn)|; i^i8eryv; if'ypn-fenip^.'pot j what I , am. XP^ttJOU *rould hate and despise me I Ob,inpity,-~notthiB'! ' i »'1 ' She Btarted wtldty from this kiss, iried dlmoiit ftanttcally to free herself from the eneircling arms against whose perfectly unmofed, unyielding strength »-he sank bf^ok pnep. more,) beaten, ex vhauated. ' \ h Smiling Wickedly, he only stooped again and laid his fair face against here;..' . ? ? ? . i ? L' r i ..-; ' rSo'my own heart's prisoner, the hnir.4 are top strong ; and ...

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