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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

SPECIAL 'ADVERTISEMENTS. T A. MADDEN uv:/JLi. (Late apupil of St. Vincent's Ladies' College) Washes to inform her friends that she intends . giving Lessons in ^. ' PIANOFORTE, MUSIO & FANCY WORK. '* ' Terms moderate,; Quarter banning 2nd February, 1885. ; 1. Address — Comer of Darling and Weston «tMfets,ift»lmain West. A 1 '?- OOfu ii i l SOLipiTOIf, i; ! , ^?? yiNCENT AND; -JANE. STREETS, ? r) ' '? ' 'baliItainI 1 ' 1 ' I i: ? .o .in;: . n;:. — i — | .3 owis-s :-i -DR.TE.iSi. KNIGHT^ i ' (fI(Iitay travelling in' New 8outh Wales j T .. .... ?! ? / | - -tl) I- t. _ '^Has rdsumcd the practice of bis profession at -r,VkVr;»OBTONr8yBBKT, LBICHHABDT. ' ' Consultation Houbs— 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m., and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. :;r jy^.RS. SYDNEY OR OXSON, 8 GOLDEN GROVE TBBRACB, . ! ' iBEYNOLDS STREET, i 'Teacher of Pianoforte and Singing English, Jfrenoh, and Danoiiig. ; -? . Otnoertt and Parties attended. , Morning Class for . Children. Terms moderate. ; Edward H. Buchanan, ARCHITECT &...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

CHILLED - MEAT COMPANY, . IJj! ^amities, wishing $q Jbe.enpp1i?d,.fc|n«,y *]'-«; «h 0^er„'adtlrei^4,tn^MBn(»Rtir,,,,r( ! JAMES':H,YDE & SONS; ? IRON ''AND BR ASS - ' ? jFOUNPEBB, Mttriafe&tfrewr'of '' Ciist ,S6jlp- Wrou^ht'-Moa fb AND TRAMWAY CONTRACTORS; j *.: Genemt tons executed witn despatch.; ,[;. ,., .- ], I . '-! j: MATtHEV^Sv : Practical Boot- apd c§ho,6 ,Mikfjry' Covcrft!G^ye ;^reetWii^lmain. * LL- kinds- of Boots made .and Repaired. A miF»ricyt8Hppers made-npti; ! Terms moderate. Orders promptly execute ... WOOb!: AND^OAL. MERCHANTS, 'All Orders 'punctually attended to. ' W1PJAM,KEK«I1!«!E, Carriage and Buggy;- Factoiy, 267 and^ Castl^eagh ; street, t. j Bstimatfl»:gir,en for general repairs. Work executed . by., experienced . workmemwith'' dis patch. , Moderate rrates. .!?.? ,.y-i -.--? ».': - ; j. WOOD ; AND COAL MERCHANT, Near Reynolds-street Wharf, Balmain. ? All orders, by. post or otherwise, punctually ? . attended to. . ' ; Welch & hicks; Hou...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

?WE8T BALMAIN. St. THOKiS',-Churoir'6f Englaad— 1 . - . a . . g, 11, Bar. . E. D; Hadgwlok : ' Evening,' 7, ' „ ' „ '*- ? Bt. Joih'b, Churotof England (Birobgrove read)— ? ; . 1 Horning, 11, Bev. E.J. Btordee MlJ ? ll- BhlM viEveMong. 7.80,1 i i „ Br. JossrB'i, Bomnn Catholic— . ... Maw, 8 and 10, father T; O'Beilly ' ? ? Teepere, 7, „ ,. . Bt, Pivt'e, Fr««bjterian— ! .?;! ! '2 n i i J: Morning. 11, Bev. Oeo. Qrimm, M.A. O ' Evening, 7, ' ,, . „ WlBtBTlN CHoaoH (Montague street)— . M*rni*g, 11, Bevi E. Caldwell „ Evening,.7t Mr. J. Boyna. . ? Ifi WsstarAir CpD*c» (Callen Park)— ; ' Morning, 11, Mr. J. Boyns ; ' y ' Evening, 7, Mr. W. I. Daah -;i ; r ?? ?: . BirtiBT Chcbch (Mullene-gtredt)— '' ;; Morning,' 11, Hoy, J.J. Glamop:' Evening, 7, „ „ ... ' ' TaimTivi Mbihodisi Obuxoh— ' . ; - ? 'Morning, 11, Mr.- J. Hartley ? V . ? Evening, 7, Bev. J. Feaman ! , , Ministers or chnreh offleera are espeeially rcqueited ... ' to send any corrections for the' above list on Thursday 7 ? ? ' In ...

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow\ ? BAST BALMAIN. ,':j' Sr.MARY's, Ohnroh of Knglamd— ! Horning, 11, Bev. H. ArchdkU, M.A, V ? Evening, 7,. „ „? 1 8*. AvQDBTiNm'B, Roman Catholic) — . Mum, 7.S0 and 11 -.10., Father 3. Carroll . ? Veapers, 7, „ . FamzniLur Ohubck, Campbell street— . . ' Morning, 11, Bev. T. Niibett ' Evening, T, Bar. Jas. Lamont rl r . CoNOMaiTroirii. Ohdioh — - ; ? l ' ??? ? ' ? - Morning, 11, Minister from Sydney . , Erenlng, 7, ., „ ' ' ' W»8L*VAir Ghcboh, Darling-itreet— m , ? ? . Morning, ll. Mr. W. Ii. D«h g, 7, Jtav. H. Cl«iaw.il

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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EGYPT—A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

EGYPT—A DREAM. As I travelled through this world,! laid me. down in a quiet place, and slept, and as I slept ;rdreamed''a dreaitf.''. : : ' Aid lo i I saw in my' dream a little Island set in 'the Silver Sea and it teamed with in habitants. /In some /parts it was bright w^h ^sunshine, and meadows, cornfields, old oaks, poplars and pineso made the landscape beautiful; bntmost.of.it. was shrouded in clouds of mist and smoke, and the clank of the hammer' and anvil, the roar of the mighty engines; and the hum of toiling multitudes met my ears. For the. peopler of the - Island were busy and powerful, and the produce of their industry , wns i wafted by whi'e-svinged . stripes all over the'earth; ?' So the people of the Island, had grown, and waxed mighty, and - it lay in its strength in the Silver Sea. -. . But I learned, in my. dream, that it had not .been always so with' th'ei people of the-Is'and ': for there had been times when wicked rulers and cruel nobles had ground down the people ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

Gossiping Corner. Oar warriors have departed for — — well, a plaoe where there is no winter ! So said one. Of , the Iqimense crowd of specta tors oh Tuesday. ' They; had 'every cause to go on their journey' with hearts filled, witli valor, They are truly brave fellows, and'iris a pity their lives Bhould be wasted qq so paltry a war.' How they would have fought for the defenoe of their homes had Germany, Russia, or ar y other European power invaded' the'. shores Of our|colo3y. They were' not long; afloat, though, before they commenced to offer.up pray^sior Mr. Dalley, at least so says iny spiritist Mend. A communication through a medium stated that several of the officers and men were 8oondp^ii,wil^mal-de-inerl-..an.4;.the, Oh, my'sl so familiar to 'Mark T?w'aih,*werii' ' the only cries to be heard on board the Iberia. One of the officers (who shall be flf}m-Sjp(j's), mtj^ jepqtation for pofiteness {ma a'cjiBfike for vulgar words, was'seen to rash out of his ioabifl soon after dinner...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

! ? ! 'GEibkBT.- -? v ? ' - f '.Balmain Imperial :0.p.'ftr«-j Qsboine' C.'C.— This match' 'played' on Cush's paddock on Saturday last. rcsiilted'in a ({raw in favour ot the ' Imperials. '''The Osbornes,'!' who 'batteq first, pu't togfeth'er 48'bef ore the fall of the1 last wicket; the 'Im^riils'.ilipn'' went In' ana bad put ' together' 37, for the loss 'of 6 wickets whe'n the rain, which' had stb'od^off thus1 far,' came idp^n j4 tapreflts, jut pn^ tfl For the '! Ogbqrnea, - liondergon, wifn 11, wo? the' only ' double.' figure scorer. This' was mainly due to the bowling' of English, ahd Cscrrovcj backe^ up by good gelding, Conwa, behind' tlje wickets, bemg especially, promingnt'ih thig r&pect) ' A^.'Colljns, 11 , tpc Uie: Imperials' ; ;w'hiie Sterfendl for1 w'e 0q: bonira^bqwled' well, . . T..r Ba I main. Nifcholaotirs treqt . Public School v. Superior 1 Public.^TWi 'elevens ' representing l these Bohools 1 flayed1 ' a ' inatoh ''last Friday afternooo, on inevFigeOn1' Ground,...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

Sporting. JBecrotarics.of rowing; biojrole. bowling, football, and | ?t£er clabi aie 'nKjiiQstwl to aend in reports of mutches g -9 r irabUo*t$pn,in tbisoolnmn not later ttMn Wedneeds;.] | - ^he-fjontest-for- the ohampionehip of thp I world between Beach and Clifford took placp I oh tha- pai-rimatui jRiver on! Saturday. The I general opinion that the race Wbb a'fbregone I conoluBion naturally militated against the at- I tendance, and tlre'o.ounter~^tti«(i^i(fti at M oore I Park 'no doubt-kept' mnn^'mdrt a^ay. Alto- I gether the nee W^s a vetji! tame 'affair indeed. No applftuding 'tJiouBflndS throhged'tho banks, as in the previous rqce, between Qaplan and i Clifford' ''Byen' the flteamertf itferp 'to a great extent deserted. (Probably the new regula- .tifiUS. hftisompthing tQ, do.withvthisc) There was no ej^itpment, . pQ enthusiasm and ap- parently very littlp' interest- in the: contest. Beaoh won easily, as expect^d-^keep.ing a few lengths ahead of his opponent from start to finish...

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Correspondence. SOUDAN EXPEDITION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

CoiTespon^ence- : SOUDAN EXPEDITION. : TO THE EDITOB. ' Sin,— You have insinuated, in one of your paragraphs upoffthe^subjefct of the Town Hall / meeting in . reterSni'e to the dispatcl- of troops from this colony to the Soudan war, that the promaters of the meeting did not wish to elicit a fair exprefsion of public feeling. But there is no gtound whaWverforsuoha {conclusion . It is true that. the meeting was held, in a hall which was inadequate forthe purpose. This, how ever, was to the disadvantage of those who were on the side of the Government ; because it enabled a small band of persona .who. were opposed to the -Soudan expedition to occupy the linterior tb the exclusion of a'great many who would willingly have voted for the reso lution moved by Mr. Hutchinson. The desire of the . promoters of the meeting was to have as l*rge a gathering- as possible, arid with this view it was suggested to the Council Clerk '.that he . should have lights, a . table and some chairs placed outsi...

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The Balmain Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

The Ba'main Swimming Olub. The B»lro-ii|i. ..Swimming ,,glub . have _ now( made complete arrangements for the succcsb ful carrying out 'f their annual raatclie8 on Saturday next, tho 14th mst. At a mooting hold on Wednesday night, Mr, Angelo Smith in ♦he ohairj the numerous and handsome prizes that have been presented to the club were allotted^' the various events, as will be seen by reference:to the advertisement in another column J The popularity of these annual tournaments' is bound to result in a great muster oWhe general publio at the Corpora; tion 'Batbi, and wo , are informed that the number of competitor will be :greater this yearithan-ati any previous matches,. the prizes whioh have been 01 view in Mr. J. Hi-Hunt's window having.no doftbt, tempt^inany^of our local swimmers tb' contest, A knowledge of.thfta?t.,ot natatio'ii :ia veiry essential in a neighbourhood such. I ju Balmain, -for ; one hardiyShotfs when- he may bocalled upon to. save ^fellow being from drowning, wad w...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

Balmain Debating Sooiety. j The usual weekly meeting of this Society was held at the Town Hall on Thursday evening. There. were present, Messrs. Swan, Schultz, A. Milne, S. Perdriau, R. Todd, Morris, Collins, Armstrong, MpGlcmens, Reeder, and F. J. Smith. In the absence of the President, Mr. Swan was voted to the chair. The follow ing new members were clcctcd, D. B. Kelly, and W. H. Tricks. Three handsome presents, of books wero. made by the Ex-President, Mr. F. J. Smith, to' the following gentlemen in rococnition of their efforts on behalf of tbc Government, lat,.,Mr. MeClemena ; 2nd, Mr. Reeder ; 3rd, Mr. Armstrong. The debate was' opened by the Premier, Mr. F. J. Smith, who' moved '? That tbe Action of the Colonial Secretary in tendering the New South Wales War Contingent is impolitio and undesirable.' The speaker] gave a fair and lucid account i of the origin- and history of tho war in the. Soudan. He contended that .the action of Mr. Dalley wjs impolitic and undesirable, inas m...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. A speoial meeting of the Balmain. Borough Council 'was held last' evening to consider several disputes in connec tion with contracts, and the matter of the writ for £200 : damages which has been served on the Counoil. The report of the committee appointed to see about the latter, seemed to show that there' was no othei course open to the Council but to defend the action. We are unable to publish the results of the deliberations on the cqgtpagt disputes, bgt they will appear ip ne$t issue. Th«r1ollowing reports of the Engineer and the Inspector of Nuisances were, held over from our last issue : — ENGINEER'S REPOBT. ' ' I have the honor to report that day labor hsBj since the reading of my last report, effected the following works Churoh-Btreet concrete gutter, from Spring to Cbmeron strict. : nd repairs to Donnelly and Booth *-iih blue metal ; Denison-street made pumnhle fropj Altjioty tq Darling-street ; asphalt in. J^ne, Mort, and Ifo'ntagne streets, and re...

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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

Lelohhardt Ratepayers' ABsooiation. The Leichhardt Ratepayers'' Association ? held its first meeting under'its new officers, ou p Tuesday Feb. 24, and judging''by -the large I increase in.the, na-nber,of its. members, and p also from their lotut itahdi, it seems not at all fj unreasonable in predicting, that the associatioa 11 in the 'future will bo a powfer that no aspirant | for aldermanic fame will dare to despise. In | fact we are snre that with so edncated and H intelligent a body' Of men as are now to be El found among the officers and members of this 1 association, at all future aldermanic clect- 1 ions the candidates will, be principally selected | .from among its. numbers, composed an it ia o£ | gentlende'n who' pdcupy 'foremost' positions in | commercial ' and professional xirclea in tbc | suburb of Leichhardt and the city of Sydney. | , . . The usual meeting of the above Association I took plaoe on;, Tuesday evening last, when | there was -a good attendance of members; I ...

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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 7 March 1885

, Leichhardt* 1 \ BOROUGH COUNCIL :MEETIN!g, Monday, Maboh '5,'Si685V ~ { ' Prosentr-His Worship,- the Mayor (Mr; J. Young), Aldermen Davison, Hearn, Nettle, EvanB, Scott, Moore, and .Whiting ; and the Clerk (Mr. Beames). . ' . j - MINUTES. ' t ) ;? The minutes - of the last meeting were riad and. confirmed. ? _ . . - -Y ' COBBE8PONDBMCB. | Some further complaints were' read About the neglect of the night soil contractor, and it was decided to write to him on the matter. A letter was read from Mr. J,' F. Smith, Mayor of Newtown, stating that he was a can didate for the office of Council's representative on the Metropolitan Transit Commission, and soliciting this Council's interest. — The. letter' was received, the Aldermen remarking that ?Mr. Smith was a. very. good . man for the office/ From. Mr. Lovett, . complaining. of the bad state' of Trafalgar-street.— Received.' From tho .Anglo- Australian Investment Company, offering £l50 towards the cost of making the streets on the Helsar...

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THE HOUSE: [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

\ : ; THE HOUSE: Hydfippathio Pudding.— Line a wetted mould ,-?r $j# jyith thm slices of bread free from crusts.; a RPa.ce between the Blices; then nil up ffiPh stewed fruits. A mixture of such (kjndo ps I blend in color and flavor,, well aweotened | and ppwwd jfl while hot. Cover the top . vyith mufe .sjjcea o^- hyeftd.; place a platen ? - J « n anrl } antra iri It OVtir W.Vt&WVW W* ft1** | a cool place all pifi'ht, 'jlV11 day, and serve with plenty of jpl^in .cus tard or creaun. The pudding is jmpjroyed if each slice of bread.be dipped y.ery quickly into cold water befere lining the dish. 1 Victoria Sandwiches.— Two cups of flour, two j?gg8, one cup of sugar, half cup of butter or dripping, half cup of cornflower, one teaspoon of .cream of tartar, three-quarters of a cup of milk, raspberry jam, pinch of salt. Have patience awhile; slanders are not long-lived, Truth is tho child of Time; ere long Bhe shall appear to vindicate thee. i

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE STORYTELLER MYSTERIOUS, MURDER. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

THE STORYTELLER A MYSTERIOUS, MURDER. PARTI. ? Somewhere in the North Riding of Yorkshire is Darkhurst * Manor; the ancient residence, of the Catholic , family of Vanstone. Darkhurst has belonged to the YanstoneB.from {time immemorial; parts of the old, honse , are. supposed : to date from the early Norman period ; there is a, chapel on the premises where - in are laid the boneB of- generations of Van8tones, and for miles round the head , of the honse is looked npon aB a sort of \ petty king. The family has! never en-i joyed a very good reputation for the hnmbler virtues. The Yanstones, as as rule, did i not care much about respectability.- The men were gen erally soldiers, sailors, ' or aimless wanderers on the face of the earthy and the women were frequently the herbinei of. scandals in high life ? and ,camu ce lebres. No Vanstone' ever turned priest or lawyer. The old hotase itBelf veemed to suit the tone of its proprietors. xt was a grim, forbidding looking pile of irregular bui...

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THE LORDS OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

THE LORDS OF LABOUR. They come, they come, in a glorious march, You can hear theirsteam steeds neigh, As they dash through Skill's triumphal arch, Or.plunge 'mid the dahfeibg spray, Their bale-fires blaze in the migbty forge, . Their life pulsejthrobs in ihe hiili; ' u Their lightnings shiver the gaping gorge;' : And their thunders shake the hill. ; 1 ' Ho 1 these are thrt Titans nf tnil tnita ' The heroes who wield no sabre ; . ?- ? ' ' ' But mightier conquests reapeth the blade : Which is, borne by the Lords ot Labour, Brave hearts like jewels light the sod, ' ' Through the mists of commerce Bhine, And souls flash out, like stars of God, From the midnight of the mine. No palace is theirs, no castle great, - ' No princely pillar'd hall, - But well they may jlaugh at the roofs of state, 'Neath the heaven which is over. all;. r . * Ho 1 t^-re!theKtariBof'^it aW trade, _ The heroM who weld nO(Sabrp);/' ( i Bnt mightitelr cionqheBta reapeth the blade Whioh is bomb by'the Eords'orLabonr...

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Poetry. RESURGEMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

[?] BE8UliGtiiluk ' It matters fltiie where this we#rv frame Resta on its ffnal pillow;. ; Wh'et tier laid, . With many. teatB, by- gentle Hands, beneath The i verdant turf, ' o'erbloomed by fragrant flowers, ? -:? : \ ' 1 Or cast to .wither on tbe desert saads ; Or prisonfcd 'he*th 1 the ponderous marble's i dome, /i -i- ? '? : Tn : vaults of .gloomy silence with the w;orm ; . . Or in cremation's ashes urned and niched Or in old ocean's chambers vast and.dark, ? Amid its eaves and corals -eltering, ' While ages write their records. All that onoe Was human still abidetb,' and awaits . ' ' A final waking. ; since this mortal' inust ' A glorious immortality put on. . : : ?-'' ot ' ' 1 ?' --^ ' ' ' ' Ask not prjoud .Science ? how this thing can be ; Mhe angwore not, save only to affirm -1 The elements are indestructible. In thjs path Reason .fat ters and is blind, ,. Faith',*; Iea$itig on the Worrf,. alone can solve The inyBtery and challenge-»Hiit shall be.' There is voice the very du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

SUPPORT TI-IE LOCAL BCAJN, Native of the District, who has always spent hia money in your suburb. i T. 1 JALL, LOG KSMi ril AND CUTLER, i -37, Erskine-street; Sydney. ' , | All outdoor work rxecuted to order at moderate prices. ? ; . ; . . ? - J, i E - TATHAM, Darling-street, East, Balmain, Plumbers, ? Gasfltters, and Galvanized ! Iron Workers, Meiihnnical nnd . Electrical Bell Hangergi : I/ICKNSED TO LAY ON GAS & WATEB. Tanks, Kath'j l'umpR, Gutters, ' &c., &c., made i I : . ; ! to ; order. J. BATTY, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT, i Ni ar Reynolds-street Wharf, Balmain. All orders, by post or otherwise, punctually attended to. | WELCH (5? HICKS, House, Lund. Estate, and - General Agents, . . ! BEATTIE STREET. General Enquiry Office. Bents and Debts collected. R. U. MILLER. CATERER (By special appointment) to H. B, H. Dnke of Edinburgh and various Governors, COFFEE PALACE,' DARLING STBEET, BALMAIN. SUITS of commodious rooms, -for-pubiic or private parties, on hire. ...

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Current Items. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

OurreTit items. It gives ui pleasure . to annonnoe to onr' -readers that tenders are at last called for the erection 'of the Balmain court-house. An advertisement in another column stateB. that they must bo in by the 21st of April The advertisement does not mention any uutug auuuu VIID umuo |iuiuuu UA building, but we presume the Government, after keeping us so long without appro priate accommodation, will not erect our new offioes by. piecemeal. A fire broke out in a house occupied by Mr. S. Downs in Cambridge road, Five Dock, on Wednesday morning last, and before it was extinguished the pre mises were completely gutted. The property was insured. Lord Carington is announced as suc cessor to Lord Loftus, as the Governor of New South Wales. ' Lord Carington was boru at Whitehall in 1843, and was edncated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge. In 1878 he married the Hon. Cecilia Margaret, eldest daughter of the fifth Baron Suffield. He has held Several appointments at home, and iii 1...

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