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Correspondence. DRY EARTH OR CESSPIT? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 24 January 1885

Correspondence. DRY. EABTH OR CESSPIT ? . [I ; TO IHK EDITOB. |l| SlB,— This} being a [mattcc I have given an amount of attention to for'a few years, I lake Ms the opportunity - your'invitation affords to say a little on it. In the first place, I am firmly 1 of opinion that anyone favorable to ccispili |i as against earth closets must' be so from tj ig.ioranCe or lack of interest in the aubjaet to 1 give it the attention or trial it merits, or from i want) of opportunity' ^to test the earth system. | As I believe' anyone using earth closets or 1 i watching their ifibef mus't come to the one con- 1 elusion, viz.. that it .is by far. the best. I hare 1 seen several dry eartli closets in use fur a few 1 yciiia aim uiKiug un interest in tnis ana some | other nuisanep causing practises, I have I watched both systems, and confidently say as the result that where a dry earth closet causes any nuisance it is for -want of dry earth being used. T say, advisedly, that with authority to enforce...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Mr. George Milham. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 24 January 1885

Mr. Gecrge BXllham. In accordance with advertisements, the above-named gent leman opened his electioneer iqg campaign, as regards public meetings, on Thursday night, at Dick's Hotel. ; Mr. G. Bolton wag vot''il to ^ip gh(jir, and there was a very large muster of l'ateijayci'x. Aflor' the opening remarks of the chairman, /i. Mr. Milham stated that hp came befor-- them as a pmctieal man, and. asked for tlleii support, to, place liim in tbc'council because h., saw the necessity of having Homcoie to repre sent the ward who conld understand the vyork required to bo done. He first referred to thp Arthur-street drainage, and said that a mistake had been made by not bringing it through Mr. Gow'8.laud, in place of to Jacques-street, where tlicy had to cut away rpek 1ft pr J2 feet deep. That mistake had cost the aonncil over £|00, for; while the work ^ia-Gow's could Have been done for a little ' over £300 the other cost' £1500. That sum would have formed several of the streets, even Foucart-s...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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A NOVEL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

' 1 A Al novel; INDIJS^RIV ' ^j-nSince crocodiles and . filligator.s hav;e supplied ''Iektb^^erch'ants ' ani'''iDlanti?', fnctnrprp with, their skin«, in.^der, tci satisfy, a freak pf fashion, tliey .liave jbleli hunted and destroyed to such a degree ihafcs iAmerican-; ftraders: I'are'rc casting anxious glances'' towards the once happy hunting grounds on the Mississipi, from 1 #hich ?'^^'?;c'uirass^/gani.p','j^ japidiy vamsning. ine practical l ankeo, how pverris..not :to,be ibpotenT by either croeo diles or alligators, and where, price thb crocdaile frollicked in -freedom it' is' now kept in enclosures, where it , grows and nniltiplies^npace. ' Crocodile farms are becoming common. Tlie. largest' animals are killed and slciiiopd, their flesh1 being lised 'fiptlfc.il tlieir, liupgry dependants. Th.nt;: these .breeding places are of no mean dimensions is rhown by the fact that, lite owners of one ot them supplied a tniiner of St. Loui? during tho enrrent yenr-with no less, than , 50()...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER A GREENROOM ROMANCE. IN THREE SCENES—SCENE I. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

? fei^TaicyTjEyy^i A GREENROOM ROMANCE. ioom P«hthm-n ^ , th^^^nqniet^-m^ at^nd«nce. - frhe Stanley wJi«Tr~lr€r adopted the acme*-' and strutting his honr ' on'tke^olri^ - a Tia^apoKtwaftate. i sfk ^r 1 Stanley was the only child of bis father | Colonel »nd' consequently heir 3 to that gallant officer'* estates is Ytrk*1 w#s three-and^tVenty, nndeniably ^ood i'lbdk'iHg, iin13 ch'd-jk^ WW ^dri^iderable i^i abilities. ' Hfri'i'ng'dthnpletptl the arrange r, tiieni oftIie^W'le«d%i^h«'pATlifeijjier , w.ithdre* 'sl'phT'W tffld 'contemplated |Uiir. eff^0^ith/^ll simulated admiration.' .0 . V.Mri Charles Mathevs . never looked. the pwt-bqtterj btt.^ ? I {.rj ^ppBiTntftJ#ncide in the opinion of ins flattering atUnflant. for lit rose.- and.,- Mirveved r himself in the i. lasi ^nrti ^diniiffi iOt^'Hfb'idli he? made no attempt lo'ccrnneal. I 'Capital, sir. Bftt a little cold. -'acK8on. ? | Jacbwm^iMthdreff.;~UKl Montnaortiicy r rendered bi^iFelf to.amental soliloquy ' 1 I wonder what my father ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

The Balmain 'Observer.' Published Every Saturday. ! Advertising Medium for .'tjie ? ^Western Suburbs. Price One Penny. , j CASUAL Advertisements, 3s per Inch, Special Scale for Quarterly mil -Large Advertisements. ' ? ; ]'? -. Wanted AbVEHTisrMKNTB,'! 1 wimrs for 1r. ^ Aoknts s Messrs. C'adogan, Dm lintf-strcet West ; Walker, Darling-street East; Richmond, Evans-street. Subscription, Is. per quarter, in ndvAnee. Offick : Darling-street (Opposite Unity a Hall). 1 LAND. LAND. 3 LAND. ?QHEAI? Xj A.1ST3D. ' LYONSYILIiE ESTATE, ' PENBITH. . (Within 15 mihatcd of Railway Station.) £5 ; . ? v Allotments £5 - ?) . 0F ' . ? ? ' I Splendid ; Level Land. 1 Terms — 5s deposit' And : fis per month. No , i: Interest -Torrehs'- Title, j A grand opportunity for small capitalista tp , acquire Freehold Property, which will become I very valuable in a short time, at the cost of 45 each, and look at the''Terms. ' ; ' ; n-'- - H. LYONS, Jcn., , ' 1 Bridgets) reet, Sydney. Agent for Balmain — ; 1 — G. MO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

WANTED— GENERAL FEMALE SER VANT ; small' family, good wages. EIUb Robinson, -Birchgrove - road, comer Cardwell-street. - ; A NVONE who saw thp.Quandong run intoa , a.i. White Boat at her moorings, ne^r.. Cooper-street Wharfj at. 6.30 . a, m;i on ; Satur day, 27th' December, will be . rewaided ' by cominnnicating with ' ^ i:'' . V ?'-' ' A.'H. SANDFORD, | -n Alma villa, Waterview-street. ; ,, , THE Wonders of the Day. To-morrow,. Sunday,. February 1st. Balmain Tem-j perance Hall. Mr. E.- Wallace, the Blind Evangelist, from Victoria, will Preach, read the Bible, and play on the Organ in above Hall on Sunday morning, at 11 ; afternoon' at 3,, and evening at;7 o'cWuk.; ' Saukey's /sings' will beiung. -. ! ij fj -j /! ! _i V V ' ' ? - ' ' I.O.0 .T. ? '?-' HASTE TO THE RESCUE LODGE. fllHE next meetirig of Members of the above _L Lodge will be held in the Town Hall on MONDAX Evening next, 2ijd February. W. THOMAS, W.C.T. No. 33 DUKE OF EDINBURGH L.O.L. ? (Balmain.) ? . . : S8UAL MONTHIjY M...

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Suburban and General [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

Suburban and General Drink caused the death of a mtfa and wife near Nyngftn. The womfin - waq found in an exhausted state in the bush', with her husband's dead body alongside ber, and a child of three years with them. The woman afterwards djocj in'the Dubbo Gaol Hospital thfongh the ex posure and drink. The Oyth Anniversary Day of the colony was celebrated under difficulties 011 Monday. ' The Frenchmen tailed in an attempt to ta^o the Chinese port of Celling. The American Senate is considering a bill to put down dynamite plots originating there, Wither perpetrated in . America or in other countries. Better late than never. The bootmakers' lockout aV BnUarat Js endedj the men gettwg some concessions. A guard of a tram on tho Illawarra line ^mcd Wlullon, was collecting tickets on Saturday from the footboard of the carria«g, while it in motion, when he slipped and ; the wheels of the carriage passed aver him, causing bis death. ~ The Frenph man-of-war La Clere has heen -wrecked near No...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

% ; ^ C^reiic / ateins. -;-l|he antiukl ibeeting of the School .oT Arts wm= ,;hel(l'!v\«i'''' /Wj^ne^^when;.. there were preseljf/M«Srs. H. Perdriati (in the chair), Smith, Perry, J. Booth, J. J. Booth, and the Secretary Mr. S. Perdrian. The Secretary's report showed renting the hall than by members, sub scriptions, the'income'being larger than that of last'.vear, vifc.v /'i -4 5 se. i id.. '. A good suta 'had Deen spent in renovating ;th^'stage„appliarice's arid fixing an escape, door,|wfiicl4 brought the^e^endit|nre)^ ios. 7&. Inore than the income,5 but the Tteasurer^has^ still 'a ''credit balance of £ 1 o^.^he reports havihg.b^nado^led,; the* following were elected the committee for !=ther ensuing ?' year Messrs.: John Booth, J: Smith,' j, J.' Booth, W. ppxka. A..-: M-tCleniens; - and , Gaptain. Troiiton. ? 'A vote of thank's to the chair man , concluded the business of the ^neetWgM i'- '? ' ; ? ! ? ! The Aldermen of the : Balmain' .Borough ,Council are .likely, to have....

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Petersham. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

Petersham. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. Tuesday, .Janurv: 27, 1885.; ' ? Present — The Mayor (Alderman Hughes),' and Aldermen Davis, Wheeler, Cubitt. Geld 'ibg, Moseley, Tighe, and Henry. ? 'MINUTES.''' .The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. GOBIieSFONDENOB. ? From Mr. Evan Jone8, askin'.tho; council's support in his oandidaturS for 'the position of Metropolitan Commissioner!— Received. From Mrs. E. Saell, complaining of the position in' which a lamp had been placed in Norwood-street West. — Referred to tho Light ing Committee. ' 'ji From the Council Clerk, Marrickville,' stat- ing that a letter from the Petershani Council in reference to the water conducted'across the New- Canterbury road, near Duntroon atreet had been referred to tho Works' Com mittee for report ? Received. From Mr. A. -Davres, asking permission tp erect an awning in front of a shop in Crystal-' street.— Granted, subject to the usual condi tions. ; ? From the Colonial Secretary's Department, 'fb...

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1885. (Before Mr. Addison, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

balmain police court J ?' .^Mondat, *Januabs'2G,''1885.' ' (Before Mr. A'ddiaqni.S.Mr)' ' Marian Callan, ? Thomas' Kean, Patrick 'Mallan, Frank Hoffmann, Mary Lane, .and John Anningbam were fined in sums of: JOs; and 203 eabh . for drunkenness. . ..Thomas Kean,.f;jr ..using-obscene ilanguage, 'was lined

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

Notes of tlie WeeiiL i We understand that the JInJl to be erected in Wilson-street, Newtown, for the uge 6f the William Qftu'e Lodge of the Independent Ordcy of Oddfellows, will .be evected above shops, the ' rents of which will go to the funds of the Lodge which, we are lnfQrnjed. is xn a very prosperous condition, its number of. members and funds Btead«ly increasing. Her-e is a curious idea. In Berlin an Umbrella Loan Society is : tp be estab lished. Branch offices will he opened all over the cjty where , mensbers of the Society can obtain umbrellas in case of a sadden shower. How would sueh a society do in Sydney, where in the rainy season the rain pours as if the windows of heaven were open &ti their widest ex tent? An Umbrella Loan Society is, what the lata Dr. Andrew Wyntsr would call, one of \the 'Curiosities of Civilization.' Who does not know his charming book with, that title ?; ? Some time back we £aid,: that the Salva tion Army notwithstanding thi^ir cracked musi...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1885. (Before Mr. Johnston, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

W EDyESDAYj 'jAXUAEY 28, 1885. : -(Before'Mr. -Johnston, S.M.) John Dale, and John Carter were fined 5s ,for being, drunks . \ r j f. r. ?, j ; ; -5 ; r 'i i j, .rOLICE CASES. j ? : 1 ] ' ' John Joshua, and Petor Smith, were charged with behaving in a riotous manner, bnt up 1 1 being proved, that they were only tryins t- prevent some other young men fighting .the naaes were dismissed. A case; lof inotous be-' haviour against Jas. GaHagheV was also di?-; missed.' W. Pierpoint, for bathing within prohibited horns at White Bay, was fined 10s aHd 2s 6d costs. ? Allen Moore, for using obscehe language was fined 20s with 4s lOd costs.

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NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

KJEVT SOUTH WALES GOVERN ORS. Trie present Governor of Queensland,' Sir Anthony Masgrore, is named sb the successor of oar present Governor, Lord Loftus. Soma time ago, and it will be within the recollection of onr readers, we said that Lord and Lady Loftus al Government) House, have shown -courtesy and Kindness with al-' moat regal hands. Their influence in the colony has unquestionably been for good. They have shed V sweetness and light ' on Sydney society. Lord Loftus, before becoming Go venwr of New South Wales, wan]' ambassador, at St. Peters burgh, and irhen the Turkish and Rus sian difficulty was hastening tj its. close, lie, after prusccuting the intricate diplo macy of i lie moment) was succeeded; by Earl Dnffer n, noWv^Vice-Koyi: of India We have always noticed, with ^pleasure, the graceful manner in which our pre sent Governor has presided at mpetings where the claims of charity were to be urged ; and moreover, his pur.se has al ways been opened to the needs of: the i'est...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before Mr. W. Johnson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

Fbibay, January 30. ; , (Before Mfi W . Johnson, S.M.) 5. Frank Beynolds, for^umBg threatening language, was ordered to find securities for good behaviour for six months of £40 and two £20. ? . . THos.5* Riley, William McKeon, and Robert Hyland, for . .drunkenness, were fined'lOs: each.'; ?: } '] '? : t Wm. 'Watson v. Albert Larnach. This was a tenancy case, to recover possession iofa house.' - A warrant for possession was ordered to be issued in seven days.

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The Balmain Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

The Balmain Bowling Clab. On Saturday afternoon last a ceremony of a very pleasing character topk place atthe above club's green, viz., the presentation of the president's handsome prices to the successful contestants. M. ,.T. R, Allt, . the president of ?the oliib, presided, and after a few wiell chosen remarks, expressive of the pleasure it gave him to hand over the prizes to the winn'ers, . they having been won after some good tussles, he presented the trophies. Mr. J. H. Jervis was the winner of the first prize, a very elegant punch bowl, Doulton ware ; Mr. John Young carried off second prize, a beautiful silver salver ; and Mr. G. C. Murdock had secured the third, a pair of bowls. AH the prizes, were purchased by Mr. Allt in England, and the bowls' were turned to his orde*. The (three prizes were greatly . admired and once again bore testimony to the liberality of Mr. Allt. Mr. C. Reid responded, on behalf of Mr. Jervis, andjflr. Young acted as his owa spokes man, whileCaptain ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Thistle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

Balmain Thistle Club. A very enjoyable harmony meeting in con nection;' with the 'above ^qlnb; was ;held at Mr. C. vMar.tin's Hall, Jlansfield-streetj on Mon day evening,' 2Bth, the chief of the Sydney Thistle Club and many athers, including pipers, being present. . ; In'tlie absence i of the cliief,' the ' chair was taken by Mr. J. John stone, second clieftain. The following was the programme gone' through Mr; Tnrnbull sans: ,' Cronies- of Mine' - Highland Fling, by .Miss Tatliara ; comic song, ; .Mr..:Gibson ; Cottage by 'the Twilight, Miss Henderson; Country Dance, by the company ; Annie dear, l am callcd.away, Miss Henderson; Highland Fling, by Mr McMullan ; Scotch Reel, by the Highlanders in costume ; Highland Fling, Messrs. Cameron- and lAyise!; Master Logan recited the Memory.of Robert Burns,; Sailor's Hornpipe, Miss Tath'am ;' Guard Dance, Mr. .Mocrti; Violin-Solo, Mr. Craig; Comic 8oing,: Mr. Matliisori ^ Rummy old 'Stager; am j\ (comic), Mr. Craig; Be kind to, the AuUl Fol...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

; ', CRICKET, f '.J : Balmain Osborne v. Hawthorn C.C.— This, match was playecl at Moore Park on Saturday last, . and .resulte&in a. win for the. foriper by. 30 rims. For the winners C. Kurts (nbt out); 24, A. Sterlandl6, J.'Hill 10, Ai kurts /7J were, the highest scorers. A. Sterland and J. Hill bowled well for the winners, aa..alsp JWoarly. for. the 'Hawthorns... '/j ' - Endeavour ▼. Britannia. — On Saturday last, a matoh was played between the abovenamed. cricket clubs at Balmain, resulting in an easy' victory for the formor by an inainga and 11. runs. The scores wete — E. C. C. 1st' innings 72 ; B. C. C. 1st innings 19, of which G. Shaw contributed 10 ; second innings 42 ; William son with 21fbeing top scorer, F. Foster; for the winners- put'together- 18 in a dashin'grstyle, and J. Bruce obtained 13 runs., H.. Waites and R, Hancox trundled with good effeot for the winners and Porteous and Williamson for the B.;0. C. ' ; . ' i r --7 The Albion C.C. and Waratah C.C.' met o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. JO T& M 0 i-en jr.-rnwr ,. OKA 8.1J *-t V^n^gprb'BTXifidi *' College) Wisft^rip itifOfftV'.hettriends thatibe intends v ' i ? 1 v ,T ? JfWl* I«Wa» in ' T53Kn'-M ' ?AN(fY WORK. KO'iQ .lvr'-.riT '?« i.. Terms moderate.' j -rt:i T .Bo I !? Qufrtorbefrinning' Siid -February,! 1885 Addrft«— Corner of Darling arid Weston ? BtteetivBalmain-Weet.- ' ? i i&y; xrruvn v/u.,:. 'j-- ?.'? :.'-'i ? k\ - J- : J- JREEDEI^, (??'?'f fi* *?'»/, yrjOOIjIGITORj j c ,r , ! ^ VINCENT AND- JANE-: STREETS, ero.M^ ... ... ?? BAtmm'' 1 — ? -~ .ts'szii - ?--nv' p!: » ? i . ..- Jgn!^ *|n R S?!B Tl-ll B Y c R QXSON, -- r , , o3 -lot.nRN onoyR. terhAce, ' , '' j ; ' REYNOLDS 'STREET, j ~* ^ Pianoforte and singing ' — ' iTrigfish, French, and Dancing. I]™ ???«.:;' . ?i .fi Mo^'ilnir1 for'Oflilllren,' Terms, moderate. * . E# WardH. Buchanan , rn Ti ^ ARGHltKCT ft BUILDING 60RVEY0B )359;;ll3t2)l-n01l5'''STRIS'STt''' SYDNEY i r» : -r.w .ne^ f v 1. ivi-nivATE Address.— SNAIL'S ;B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

-'SHP'Bllffiv, THE;;1, BEVERAGES ; Superior Soda ;^w-r , : Cb'otiiiig- ' | '' 'j ':' ' ^^rdnia, t& Gpgter Ale Sparkling , J - Ghdmp gne Nectar Full Flavoured A Ginger Beer '???^-(in^l^tle/nnd Caisk). ? FiyG & TGii Ga,l!oii O 3 Bks, V:.,.^itable for Counter and Picnics. s 11 c|iiiiM.« * IIQUEIM* '? OF T1IE '. ? I . ? FINEST QUALITY; For ?Brilliancy and Flavour ti8(nnot be ''? ?? ! ' ' excelled. To^AYOlD DOCTORS' BILLS Drink ROSE'S . ; SARSAPARILLA. ' -Alt'OrA***. »«tt; 'r-rdce Prompt Attention . Ppecialterms for private families and pionioe. Works: ORESOENT STR1.FT and K03TBT ST BET, BALMAIH. Proprietors, H. C. ROSE. & CO. CHILL' 0 MUT COMPANY, BALM A IN. \y, arc nn«' prepared lo supply Families with o :r Chillc l Meat, oft rei»onable terms. _ FairiUiis wishing to b'- mipplied, kindly send an Ordor, addressed to Manager, Ghiiaed Me/vt'Compavt, i CnrtWIlMd and jTfettMC* strMf.Bslmnln millinery and dressmaking. Mrs. Halligan g has oponevik Millinety and Dkessmak...

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THE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 31 January 1885

? ==? $- 5 - n THE CANDIDATES TiitTij' to', their annonncementu the several catiiiijiiites for Municipal honors have. , fnrwaHeil^their - nomination ^papers to' ' Hfft* WorHliip' /the * Mayor, tho return ing officer, &ndr on Tnesday ii will -be'' known whetheK there nre nny informal i- .ties. or, not. Jlie vacancies in-every : ward ^ art! to he competed for^And even i'lis offices of Buroosrh auditors are s- n 't.t aftpr bjr f-»nr candidates,— Messrs John Clnbb,^S., C. X°P?flod,. H. nAipistn-ng; afrd Fifzpatriclf.' '? ,It'i^)q'iitci evident .tliat there ' are jili-ntyi of philanthr -pie men in Ballbdin. In respcct to the can nli(latu8-for-the ; lariorf* '^ards feel it oiirAljity'''to''niako souie commlent, but1 regret . that pressure . on pur space, [ire-,, 'tents' us front doing it as fully 'ii.s 'we, d«siied ; therefore wo niust.lea ve furfch r remarks till next issue. In tlie North Ward there are two good men and trnf, Missrs Fjtzhardjtiye^in^ Briggs, and all we can^^ jM^ ...

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