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

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Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCA 9, 1885. (Before Mr. Johnston, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

BALMAIN POLICE OOUItT. Monday, Maroa 9, 1885. (Before Mr.-Johnston, D.S.M.) , Thomas Lyons, on bail, was charged with being drunk in Darling-street on the ovening of the 7th instant. FinedlOs or 2 days. William Edwards, also on bail, was charged with being drunk on the 7th instant. Fined 109 or 2 days. William Jones, charged with being drunk in Darling.street. was fined 5s or detention till the rising of tho court. Jamas Whitty, charged with being drunk in Darling-street, was fined 6s or detention till the rising of the con.it. Smami, Debts, :' Mrs. Gregg v. Lorger, £8 16s, goods sold. Verdict for amount olaimed with 5b costs and 2s 6d witness' expenses. Mrs. Gregg v. Joseph Thiering, £5 Ss 6d. Verdict for amount claimed .with 6s costs and Ss 6d witness' expenses. Mrs. Gregg v. Mr. Young, £2 14s Gd, goods sold. VeTdict' for . amount olaimed with 5s costs and 2s 6d witness'- expenses. Butland v. Geo. Albutt, £3 3s, goods sold. Verdict for amount' claimed with 9s oosta and 2s 6d witne...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

WANTED a BOY, used' to Grocery- Busi ness. Apply, New Grocery Shop, next Mr. Fordham's, Beattie-street',. Balmain. . JX7ST OPENED. BfflTIE STREET, BALMAIN . ' (Near Dick's Hotel), . - WOLLONGOKG fiRQCERY & BPTTER STORES' NOTICE of REMOVAL, WC. TA8KER, Watchmaker and Jewel- ' ? ler, Mullens-street, begs to announce 'to his Customers add, friends that -he has re moved a. few doors down' the street',' to next ' Want. VnU TTaI^I ? ? i. -_ n inua, iiuKci, wiicic mruittbaea oi repairs will be carefully executed ort' the premises.' An assorted stock of- Watohes, Clocks, .Jewel lery, etc., on hand. ' N;B, W.'C.'T. intends combining with his present business the sale of the- finest tobacco, cigars, pipes,, etc. Central Building Material Stores^ LANCE and .CAMPBELL, Importers' of Banirnr an'rt Amdmnn Ktnfao Portland and Kean's Cement, Plaster Galvanized Iron, Sheet Lead,, Down Pipe, Guttering, Register Grates, Stoves, and Drain Pipes, all sizes. 88. LIVERPOOL STREET, next Bank of Aust...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1885. (Before Mr. Johnson, D.S.M.) POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Wednesday, March 11, 1885. (Before Mr. Johnson, D.S.M.) POLICE OASES. James Shanaghan- was oharged with using obscene languago, The accused did not ap° p.?ar. Constable Archibald proved the offence and Constable McLochlan deposed to serving ? the summons. His Worship ordered a warrant to lie issued. William Seale was charged with being drunk and disorderly and fined 10s and 4b lOd costs, or 2 days. '

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Suburban and General. ? In accordance with a .resolution passed by the_ Australasian Sanitary Conference, it was decided that as all the passengers of the Ringarooma had submitted themselves to vaccination, they should , bo released from quarantine after four days detention. ' On Friday last the 6th inst,, a constable on I ?duty in the D imivin, arrested, as he thought, a young man-of- war's-man in uniform, who was creating a disturbance, and lodged the culprit in the lock-up with several other inebriates. The new comer's arrival appeared to be the occason of a tremendous uproar ; and, upon entering the lock-up, the constable found that his prisoner was a young woman in disguise. She was of course immediately removed to another cell. 6000 rifles and 2,000,000 rounds of ammuni tion ordered from England to strengthen the defence of the Colony. The frontier line between British aud Ger man territory in New Guinea, has been settled. It is to be latitude 8 deg. South. The British teirito...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FRIDAY, MARCH 13. (Before Mr. W. Johnson, D.S.M.) POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Friday, March 13; (Before Mr. W. Johnson, D.S.M.) POLICE CASBS. ' , John Laughlin was oharged with being ] drunk in Darling-street, . Fined . 10s. or two days.'': Edward Bradley,— charged with being drunk in Beattie-street, was fined 5s. James . Shanaghan, oharged on ' a ' warrant with having used obscene language in WeBton road on February 18th, was discharged. Suiihovs Oasis. - A. Bennett v. Charles Wiokes.— Plaintiff applied for a warrant of ejectment .against defendant ' from his premises in McKenzie street. Defendant had rented a house .from him and refused to leave it on reoeivitg due notice. He had paid no rent. Application granted with 6b. 6d. costs. Mary Anne Jones v. John Jones. Defen dant did not appear, and a warrant was ordered to be issued for his apprehension. Edward Hay v. L. Leon, The plaintiff summoned the defendant, who is a new Cale donian, for assault. Defendant pleaded that he bad received' strong provocation' in the shape of insulting language, and his Worship...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Notes oi tlie Week The Bank of Australasia pays a dividend for the half-year at. the. rate of 14 percent' per annum, and carries forward and'places to; the reserve fund i-26000. Successful banking that. A , fund has beien started for. .supplying ' extra comforts ' to the men who havo gone to the Soudan. The latest contribu tion is ' six files Express newspaper. ''One lawyer offered free legal opinions as his contribution to the fund, but people thought that a jokp. Surely the Committee must be joking when they accept waste paper as ; an; 'extra comfort.'- Mr. Jrio. Young, Mayor of Leiohhardt, has convened a meeting' at the local municipal .Chambers for next Monday evening, to oonsider the advisability of establishing a local branch of the Patriotio Fund. A well-attended meeting has been held in thei 'Wesleyan Sohoolroom, Bockdale, to consider the advisability |of forming a brabch of the Patriotic Fund in the muni cipality of West Botany. . , The chair was taken by the Mayor (Mr. W. ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Balmain Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Balmaln Swimming Olub. The annual matohes in connection with the above club, which take place this afternoon at the Corporation Baths, have been absorbing a. good deal of interest dur ing the past' week. The numerous and handsome prizes whioh have .been exposed to view in Mr. H. Hunt's, window, have attracted attention and caused expressions of admiratipn from large numbers of resi dents. The committee have been, during the past week, working energetically to nnmnlflffl oil iKMnnnnmnn^ J-V. CkA&augOLUOlXtO I\JL buf comfort of visitors and competitors. Captain Broomfield's prize, which Was accidentally omitted from the programme, has been allotted to a race by members of the clnb, the distance being 120 yards, and - the olub have given as the'seoond prize, af very neat eleotro tea pot. , Another matter of interest to competitors was also settled, after : .an- animated discussion, ? via.,- that fourteen and under should mean boys who had not arrived at their fifteenth birthday...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Local Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Looal Improvements. Wo notioe in our travels several new high class residences aro being ereoted in tho prin cipal streets. In Johnston-street — that noble avenue the like of whioh is not in any other suburb, nor lias yet been proposed in any subdivision, aud whioh we predict will, in tho future, command a high respeot from all and be the residential street pur ewellenrd of the Empress city of the Southern Hemisphere, for all Leichhardt wjll in tho future be part and parcol of tho metropolis, we notice two at tractive villa residences caoh on 38 feet front- j age, which are rapidly approaching comple tion' in the hands of Mr. Herbert Bartrop, the -well-known builder, TheBe villas are pro perly set back from tho footway and will allow, of opportunity for further adornment in tho shape of a front ilower garden and we may state the rumour that one of them has been se cured as a residence by the popular president of the Ratepayers' Association. Jn Norton-street, Mr. David Williams has j...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. r(.J^ & A.U ' - m'^A. lb DEN / .'- ... (Late a pupil of St. Vincent's Ladies' College) Wishes to inform her friends that she intends giving Lessons in PIANOFORTE, MtiSIC & FANCY WOBE. Terms moderate. Quarter beginning 2nd February, 1886. Address — Corner of Darling and 'Weston ? Street*, Balmain West. . ^ i ?_ j. BEEDEB] ? ? /.eOLJpiTOBp : ;? VINCENT. AND JANE STREETS, ?'V ?? BALMAIN, ...' ' r ? ..V'l./.-bil.Ai-fli 'KNiGHT, 1 i ,! - (lately 4wTelliii| ln ^ow South Wales') resumed the practice of bis profession at ' ? NORi;bN.ST^El:, LBiCHHARDT. CONSULTATION HOUBS— - 8.30 a.m. to.lO.SO A.m., and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. |^J-RS. SYDNEY OR OX SON, ' 8 GOLDEN GROVE TERKACE, REYNOLDS STREET,, ,: Teacher of Pianoforte* : and - Singing r, . , English, Frenoh, and Danolng. . Concert! and Portia attended^ -? Morning Class for Children. Terms moderate. v EdwardH. Buchanan, . £s\ ASOHITEOT & BUILDING SURVEYOR a- . ! 359, GEORGE STREET' r,iU SYDNEY :? ; ....

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

CHILLED ^ MEAT a COMPANY i , . BALMAIN. 'We 'Menow pfepared to supply Families' With oar Chilled Meat, on reasonable terras. . ? '? Families wishing to bo supplied, kindly si'nd an Order, addressed to Manager, Cim LED MBAT COMPART, . flnrtln' Bon'l and Thmucw Vtreet.BftlumlM 'James hyde & sons, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS. H/Tariiifftoturers of Cast and Wrought Iron ]\1, (itrdrn Seat*. Balcony Columns jand Water J \ , All '«'«? of Track and Barrow Wheels, al wfYi on hand. ' . j CASTINGS SUPPLIED,'. TO/ RAILWAY AND.TBAMW^T .CONTRACTORS; Weston-street, Balmaln . - General Castings ol any description to font ' 1 on* executed with despatch. : J. MATTHEWS, Practical Boot and Shoe Mflkcr, Cove & Grove Streets, Balmain. » LL Wilds of Boots made and Repaiicd. A . Fancy Slippers made up. Terms moderate- Orders promptly execuio. PQNT and ROSS, y^OOD AND COAL MERCHANTS, Foot of REYNOLDS STREET, Balmaln. ? ?? AH Orders punctually attended to. WILLIAM K^iai GE, Carriage and ' . Buggy...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

THE PATRIOTIC FUND. Thioie is one doubtful matter in con nect, ioii with the Soudan expedition which it is very desirable ^should be cleared up. Appeals'are being made to every Municipal Council in the colony to form branches of the Patriotic Fund. So far, the appeals have not met much much success : the COmmtinicatinn nitvinlv being; formally 'received,' and no further action taken upon it. The aldermen — and we '--think properly — do not. regard it as a 'municipal' shatter. Whatever may be their views on the Soudan . expedition, th»y Veel that, as aldermen, it is clearly- outside their duties to give expression to them. In some places, however, the Mayors have aci-eded to the request of tho officers of tho Patriotic Fund, and have agreed to call meetings to consider the advisa Viii'7 of establishing' local- branches.' Speaking at Dubbo, on Thursday, Mr. Dallisy asked— 'Who are' with ns, and who are against ns? The first, the ablest, the most patriotic, the most cultivated men in t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

RUSSIA. j Germany will -fiever go to ' war with; ' England. The two : countries are too: closely allied. ; Count Herbert Bismark, ; . son of Prince ftismark, ' the . man of blood and iron,' has returned to Berlin, bearing the welcome- news .that . ^dif- ferences between the two countries are at an end. The New : Guinea question is at rest. The, boundaries, have, been agreed upon betweba Lord Granville and the Cdunj But there is a great ques tion to. use a. phrk&e of 'Earl Beacons^ | field's,. '.'which ia looming in- the future,', and ? that is the impending ' war with Russia: ' Russia wants Iiidia.. . .She also wants Constantinople. -She ? now finds that England is engaged with Soudan; She knows- that- France is engaged with China. After the 2 Crimean :War the neutral bounds of the Enxine or Black Sea were declared, hrit.Russia af ^AVnror/lo roYroraar? wli of. Wa/1 Vioan rl^nA k«t the treaty. The .docks at Sebaetopol, which were ereoted by Mr. Upton*. on English engineer, we...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt Ratepayers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Leiohliardt Ratepayers' Assooiation. The usual meeting of the above took place or Tuesday evening -last, - when the following officers and members were present Messrs. Frpd Walsh (President). Hawthorne '(Vice President), D. - Williams (Treasurer), Hyde (Secretary), Wragge;'' Blackmqre, 'Saidler, iviiey, uan^pDeii, -mumuiiand, and others. The' roinutep'of previou's'meetihg were read and confirmed. 'There beirig.no correspondence, :general business was called ' on. ' THe requisi tion,' from the Association to the Mayor in re ference tothejincrcase'd tram fares, having been presented as a petitipubv one of f^'e Al^er^neij ftnd''bBla^ shelved' till next' meeting 'of the Council, it 'was mpved by Mr. l^ul^olland,. seconded bv Mr. WracKe. and carried, that a letter fee sent, to tn§ Mayor, 'ex^aifling'the mistake, and asking him tp comply with the requidition, and caU the publio meeting at an eorly date, ' Moved, by Mr. Wragge, seconded by Mr. Hawthorne, and carried, ' That this Assooiatio...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 9. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

Leichhardt. BOROUGH COUNCili' MEETING;; Monday, Maboh 9,. i885. ...j'. Present— His Worship the Mayor, (Alderman John' Young), nnd Aldermen Arguimbau,; Neale,.' Moore, .Hearne, , Evans, - Whiting ana' Davison, Scott, and the Clerk, (Mr. Beames). The minutes of the' last meeting were, read and , confirmed. ? , , ,. , ? ? THE PATRIOTIC FUND, i A circular letter was read from' the officers of the Patriotic Fund; inviting subscriptions' towards the same, ^and suggesting ..that a publie meeting should be - called. ' Alderman Davidson thought that, when tJio nr«QO war ol-oifnm onf. lio^ o,,V,o.Mnrl nonr.la would look more calmly at thiB matter ; and not bo so ready to do/what was constitutionally wrong. He admired the men, who had volun teered — admired theni for their -courage and readineBs to sacrifice themselves for their country — and he. felt for.. their, wives and children ; but ou political and constitutional grounds he' 'was opposed to what- the Govern ment had 'done. They ought n...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

BALMAW RQWIW SLPB,:;?/1 /; This .very popular olub will hold its annual regatta next Saturday, '21st inst',, in Iron Clbve, opposite the club's sheds.v fo; i some time past a goodly number of the members of tho club have been in aotive training for the numerous events, and judging by the activity o'~ iuC ^-ommittee and officers there seems every probabiTity iSjt; the regatta, of 1888 will ' any previous qnes hol!l -by. the clUBi eoupa. . . - — has been An unuautuly lengtny- pr^i-^-, ... ' prepared, comprising sdmc' siVeti events-* nearly double the number there were oon*. tested for last year — and in' order that th» interest in the contests shall not wane it has been arranged that a straight course; shall be rowed from the bridge to Long Nose, and that tho races shall start alternately from each end, the one set of competitors being pre pared to Start as anon an tho nravinuB race . has concluded. This arrangement will make tho afternoon's sport far more exciting, especially from a ...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

ORIOKETi Imperial 2nd v. Prince C.C. — This mateb, played at Balmain last , Saturday^ resulted, after .a close and exciting game, in a victory' for the former team. The Prinoes eould only manage to score 56 runs in both innings, and - the Imperials put together 64,. thus winning the match br 8 run's. For the winners, J. Donovan and Harley .bo.wfed, splendidly, tho fhrmor fftti'iiff A. tnmtnto fnv A t-iina in f.nrt Inf. innings,, and ,7..for 17 in the second, and the latter 5 for ,9 runs. In. the batting' line, Shaughnessy with 12, Harper 8 (not out) and Brennan 7 (not out) were the chief - confttibn» tors. For the losers, Gibson both batted and bowled well. The Imperials would have won this match much easier, if certain members of f-tyo team had paid more .attention to theft cap.^in, Balmain Carlingford v. Leichha(rdt Psbarne, —?4 njatoh was played at Leichhardt fli Saturday last between' the aboye clubs, ant} resulted in a win fojr tlje fornjey by .13 jun9,

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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"EGYPT—A DREAM." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

' EGYPT—A DREAM.''! ^ . TO THE EDITOB, Bib,— In yourlaBt Saturday's -issue appeared a piece of composition under' the heading of ' Egypt — A Dream.' Even if this superscrip tion did not stand out in. such bold relief,. a reader would come to no. other conclusion,, fjjpn that the writer of the'subject-at the time f-t MRning it was cither in a semi-somnolent state or w^s suffering from mental deriingement consequent upop what cause no matter. 1 do not put myself up. to be# critic, nor do I presume ? to be an unerring authority upon this particu In* nnoolinn (..if no ll A -V wui an a. ? ^icocuip.uuc oiua II pf tne matter' in the shape of a dream,' 'I think ||J ftjfi nothing but fair that I should be'per H pitted to Septet another picture exhibiting tlie Now tne.dreamer informs us, th#t at a cer tain period England' was in yery depressed circumstances, but that her people raided to gether, struck lor a better , order of things, /succeeded in getting it, and now she has tbe djstipption p...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Correspondence. SOUDAN EXPEDITION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

' G orr e spondenc e ? C ''SOUDAN EXPEDITION. TO TII14 EDITOB. glB)_il was both amused and surprised when reading tlie letter from Mr. Angeio Smith, re the Soudan expedition, whioh appeared in the last issae of your paper. Now. every citizen ot Balmain knows full well that if thq pro moters ,,of the meeting, oonveried for. the express -purpose of aiding the Government in its Soudan mania, had wished to give them an opportunity of expressing their opinions, a larger hall could be obtained for tho purpose. Mr. Bmith says that persons 'favorable to my amendment urowueu wiuwuui Hall,,\yhere as the reverse was the case, several call® were/given tohold tho meeting oataide, but the Mayor, aided by Mr. Smith and his friends; insisted that there was plenty of room in thi body of the hall. When the amendment was declared carried, the cheering from out iide'beoamo .deafening, and nothing could be. heard -for a few minutes inside. Now, it ia declared that our corporation is bankrupt, even onr'T...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 14 March 1885

BALMAIN BOROUGH COUNCIL' A special meeting of the above was held on Friday tho 6th inst. under the presidency of the Mayor (Mr. J. Garrard, M.L.A.) ' Thero were also present— Aldermen Punch, Briggs, Hancock, Looke, Clubb, Cameron, Milne, Burns, McDonald, Kenniff, and Buchanan. It was ' resolved that the meeting be held with closed doors. . The principal objeot of tho meeting was to consider the question of tho various contracts recently carried on for the ' Hotmail.. and rinnMri no tn tho fnfiirA Amiraa +*\ I be adopted. These matters having been discussed. A letter was read from tho Secretary of the Swimming Olub asking permission to retain' the exclusive use of tde BathB on Saturday the 14th instant. -for the purpose of a a swimming entertainment. Resolved that the matter be left in the hands of the Mayor. - Alderman Milne as a matter of privilege wished to make a complaint. He was sorry to say that questions Bpoken^ of in Committee were .made public pronerty. This was a state of ...

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