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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Wednesday, April 1st, 188&. Henry Moorhead, charged with being drunk did not -appear. Constable McLaughlin proved service of summons on the accused and a warrant was isBued for his apprehension. Michael Barry, charged with being away from his dray, was fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs or four days., \ - i . .Frederick 'Needum was chared with be ' having in a riotons manner in a publio Btrcet on two distinct occasions, and fined £1 and 2s. 6d. costs for each offence or seven days. ; Frank Erskine was charged with similar offences in the company of the prisoner Needum and fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs for each offence or in default four days. John Ironfield charged' withjriotoua behaviour in a public street, was fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs or fonr days. James Morrison was charged with entering a garden belonging to Charles Mossman and stealing flowers therefrom. Finei 10s. and 4s, lOd. costs or four days. Adolph Hineman was summoned for allow 4ng'a goat' to stray. Fined 5s. and 2s...
Correspondence BALMAIN HOSPITAL, TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Correspondence BALMAIN HOSPITAL, : to the kditob. SIR, — Some months ago -it great- splash and : dash was made to establish. a hospital in . Bal main, and tbe Go'vernmonti)vece worried for a site and a grant, I think Wfthoiit considering j the trouble our parliamentary. ropreBentatives were ,utto.,' Promises of donations were re ceived, a* d the secretary, Mr.' Poole suggested an hospital Saturday collection. . Afterwards, a gentleman 'was proposed or . appointed, I'm not sure which, to collect subscriptions. .All, however, has been- tor nought ; and why ? I would ask. Is the, secretary, ''.dissatisfied .with the person proposed as collector, or what'is,the, reaso a? ; If: tne^secretary.. is unable or' un willing to a6t in. trhp.niatter* any ? more; '.why does he! not announce that faot to. the cbm mittpe, .and resign After wardd- the matter could be proceeded .with or-abandoned; as thought fit,' but'it'w^jiid be mojre business-like :to letthe public know' what'.is 'contemplated. 1 ...
Lady Students at the University. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Lady Students at» the Uni versity. ' She that was ever fair, and never proud ; Had tongue at will, and yet was never loud ; ?Nev.er lacked gold, and yet went never gay ; Fled from her wish, andyetsaid— now! may ; See that, being angered, her revenge being , nigh, Bade her wrong stay, and her displeasure fly. She was a wight, — if ever such .wight were, — To suckle fools, and chronicle small beer.' —Othello.— Act H, Scene I. No one of sonnd common sense ever doubted that women, in their place and measure, are on a perfeot equality with men. Whatever disabilities the weaker sex may have laboured under during the dominance of the : old Pagan civilization of Greece and Rome, or whatever may be their state now in Mohammedan and heathen . countries, this . much is certain that Christianity has completely emanci pated the femak portion of the world. But, at the same time, true religion has. confirmed man in his right position as the ruler and governor, no less in morals than in' merely phy...
EARTH CLOSETS OR CESSPITS ? [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
earth Closets ob^oesspits ? Abb earth closets an , improvement on ceBspita ? There is a great differenne of opinion on the question; The Mayor ot Newtown is so strongly of opinion that earth closets, at . least in places situated liVn this borough/ where -there ia only surface drainage, are a nuisance, tnat ne refused permission to erect any more pending the Council's decision; The matter came before the Aldermen at their last meeting, . and although a resolution against the increase of earth closets was ; negatived, the Mayor's opinion ? received a deal of support. It is indeed, a yeyy vexed question, tjrid U irwriqya to note . how differently it is viewed by the' suburban Councils,, The diy earth system is general in Balmain, ;and the Leiohhardt ,Coun-al-»havj9 -lately.; been considering the desirability of making it' compulsory. The Mayor of Leichhardt (Alderman John Young), who has con sidered the matter carefiilly, is greatly in favour of the earth system. There is no doubt tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. | ^ Vaccination. ; DB. OWEN F.8. EVANS, Government Vac cinator, vaccinates every Tuesday and - - Ttintiday at 2.30 p.m., at his residence, Dai Balmain. . DRAWING and PAINTING.— Mr*. Pukes (from England), has commenced giving l—tnidtton in tne abore. Classes (or Ladies, Thursday afternoons. Subjects: Drawing, .? TW»tiBg, and all kinds of dscorative art. r. Saturday mornings, a Drawing Class for the -£ awita'iiitnsb of young Ladies attending school. .JPor. terms and paitioalars, apply MBS. ?' VpARHCS, Oarlotta Cottage, Mullena-itreet, asat West End Hotel. :J -'A? . DEN (Late apupil of St. Vincent's ladies' College) ~~ Wisks te infona her friends that she intends -? l giTing Lessons in FIAHOfOMB, IIU8IC k FANCY WORK ? Terms moderate. Qaartsr beginning Sod February, 188S. ?\ AWress— Comer of Darling and Weston ' Mwsta, Balsiahi West, J. J» BXUESDBR, SOLICITOR, 4 ; f 1HCEMT AND JAKE STREETS, , BALMAIN. ? :? ? PR -*? ' H. KNIGHT, ii;* (Utely trarelling in New South...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
CHILLED MEAT COMPANY, '''-bakmain: ' . We are now prepared to -supply 'Families with oar Chilled Meat, on reaBonab e . terms. ... .Farailiqs.wiflhiiiR to.be supplied, kindly! send an Order,-, addressed, tp .Manager, i, ,. cortn,' ; li& flYDE & sons, ? i IBON.'^ANto BRASS FOUNDERS, Tl/fanufaeturerB, nf .Owt and Wrought, ,Iw IVI Garden . ? Seals, .Balcony Columns ant PaUaadinMi.^Vatrr Pipes, &c. ; ! i: All sir.osof Truck and. Barrow Wheels, al ways on hand. ' ' , CASTISKjS SUPPLIED TO RAILWAY ANDliTBAMWAY CONTRACTORS, , , Weston-street, Balmain Oeneral' Castings of any ; description' to fonr tons executed' with despatch; ' . ; j7 MATTHEWS, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, . Cove & Grove Streets, Balmain. All kinds of Boots made and Bspaired. Fancy Slippers' made up. j Terms moderate. Orders promptly exe^ntU. j PONT and ROS$, ? WOOD AND COAL MERCHANTS,! ; f^o/betnolds street, i 1 i;:'' Balmain. ? ' All Orders punctually attended- to. WILLIAM EERKII)GB, Car...
WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
TOI BAUCAlir. . ? ' ML TatKAST, Oharel of Xnriand— UmiMg, II, Bar. E. -. Madgwlek ft. Jon's, Ohm£ of England (BifduMars r*a4)— Xorniof, II, Her. B. J. Btscdas lreaaoog 7.80, „ n 9 VfiJosara's, Boaaa Cattkolio— Maw, Sand 10,Fathat T. O'BoiHr ? ' Br. frn'i, lSi]f^iiu- ' '* MoniBf, 11, Ber. Oeo. Grimm, Xi, , Btaalag, 7, M n ' wasfcaMH Oaraoa (Vontagaa atreetl— Mmb1b(, IV Her. B. OaldwaU ? Bfniaff, 7. Mr. J. Botm WasUM'Oaoan (Oalleo Pari)— Jforalni, 11, Btadent , BMateg: 7, iter. B. OaUwall lufar Oavaea (Holltai tbreetl— ,? JiarmiBf, 11, Ber, J. J, Olasaop Braoiiiff, -7, * ?- fSBUHH KanoDist Caosoa— Monlaf, 1). Mr. t. Hirtbf BrMiof, 7, K«t. J. Fcuam VtnWm at ekonh oflloert ara a^pa«iaUy h-ihW IfMlMr wiiwUfM for tka aboTa U«t sa TkuaUf la «Mh waak.ta aaamia iaterUoa wittoat eharga. ialtnain SATUBDAT. APRIL 4.
Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
fourth Services for To-Morrow HAST BALMAIN. Bl. Xaai'*. thank of Bnglud— M.rnifii, II, B«t. M. Ankdill, M.A, . . , ariniof, 7, ri' n ?* . A*8S»TiK»'i, Boaan OkUtalio— Kim, 7M 11 s,iii., Father J. Carroll Vnpen, 7, . „ „ ' flanniiu Cxvtcm, Campbell itrert— Xmlig, II, In Ji Onli, _ n n OexasatsTioSAii Cauaoa— ' Voniai, 11, Minister from Byiaey ?tnla*, 7, * n Mamma Oaosca, Oarll^i'itrMt— - XeniBi, 11, Mr, J. Boyar ?mint, 7» Btadcat
Startling Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Startling Bobbery. During last week, a house in John-street, Stanmore, was nearly emptied of . its contents of furniture in a most bare-faced manner during the absence of the' owner: 'Many! ar-' tieles of expensive furniture,' such.' as pier glass es, palliasse3 arid pietureS were, taken. The Marrickville Counoil havB repeatedly, requested the authorities to grant more police protection, . but still the force is inadequate.-. | -New Electoral ! Roll. . : The new electoral roll for Canterbury district is on view at the Town Hall, and-showsja very, large increase of names, entitling the electorate to another representative. The number of eleotors stands now at 10,535. Patriotio Fund. . Although a recent meeting In the Town Hall rtjjcocd tlis. motion toj establish^ a pa triotic f iml in eonne'ctiim with the Marrick ville Counoil, several influential residents.;.haye. determined* that a branch : shall be' iormed .in Marrickville, anfl thoBe who wish to contribute will have an opportunit...
Camperdown. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. FRIDAY, MARCH 27,1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Camperdown. BOROUGH COUNOIL MEETING. Fbidat, Mabch 27, 1885. Present, — The Mayor (Alderman M'Grath) with Aldermen Sparkes, Morgan, Cahill, Thomson, and Larkin. The meeting vras called for the purpose of accepting or otherwise the valuators' report and making an assessment on the rateable pro perty within the borough. It was moved that the assessment-for Cook i Ward, as submitted by the valuators, be the assessment of the said ward for the current i year. Alderman iHUMsun muveu huu ud piupctij ?known as Briggs' Paddock, in Cook Ward be valued, and the valuation submitted to the Counoil, and if found satisfactory, be adopted and the valuators be remunerated fordoing so.' He' explained that the property, had recently been sold, and it' had been spoken of to the valuators, but they had .written stating that they deolined to re-consider or add to the report whioh they had just sent in, ? Alderman Oahili, seconded. After some further discussion Alderman Thomson wished to add to his motip...
Newtown. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. TUESDAY, MARCH 31 st, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Newtown. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. Tuesday. M*nni» Slat. IRfifi. . IPfespflt Hia Yforahip the Mayor (Alder man J. P. Smith), and Aldermen Gibbes, t M.L.A.j Whately,- Bellemey, Jolly, 'Neale, Goodsell, Boots, and- Peirce, and the clerk (Mr. Coyrley). . : ? '? The minutes of the -last meeting were, .read and confirmed. ' I ?? CORRESPONDENCE. 4 letter was read from Mr. W. Miles, aooed iflg to tlto Cpunoil's request to continue hi 0 I contract, on present terms.— Received. From the' CotjnailClejk; Darlington, asking thia. Qoancll to; attend a conference with a J new fethei formation.ot Fprbes-street.— After ft.$lQaBglon;,ft .wag^resolved to acoept the in ntinon. .The .Mayor,*, and Aldermen Whately, Bellemey, and ;Gibbeswere appointed a depu j tation for the purpose. ? Bolton, stating, that he .Will not through his land in Falham; . \ street,— Beceived..': ^ ?/ R IjySRfr.to .Mr Morgan,^ Sebretary. of the fe uufi^ .ifiuV -tto Mayor ah^., 'Alder- H? wafi Bpotj -Sra appoiqted to represent , ...
Marrickville. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
' Marrickville . BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. . Monday, Maboh. 30, 1885,' Present-i-The Mayor (Aldermen Shaw), Aldermen Graham, Chisholm, McCoy, Allum, and Roseby. ? Mr. Alderman Chisholm apolo gised for the absence of Mr. Alderman Daven port on account of recent sad 'accident. Aider-' man Farr was also absent. PETITIONS. I From R. Cook, and others, offering to pay certain monies 11 uouncii woma. metal JJerby street.— Resolved' that those persons be re quested to complete former promises, when this request would be.' taken into considera tion. ? OOBBESPONDENOIJ. . From W. Thompson -and others, askings for kerbing,. See., in Fairfowl-street. — Referred to Works Committeel - FromF. H. Johnson. and. others, lauking for kerbing and guttering I'in'/^Johu-streeti— Re- ' ferred to Works Oommittee. ?: From J. Stonestreet Application f or. kerb-- ing,.&c,, in Albert-street. — Referred to Works' Committee. . ,r From Messrs. Lkngd6n Bros. Application' for kerbing, tm., in Albert-street;— R...
Macdonaldtown BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Macdonaldtown BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING. MnwnAv. MASflH 80. 1885. Present — The JIayor (AliKevman Goddard) andiAldermen Ives, ' Blbotafleld,1 1 Elliot, Bryan, and Fillick. The minutes' of the'jpreceding meeting were read and confirmed.' In the ab sence of Mr. Harman,^he counoil olerk, J^r, J', B'J-leftA^as^rMid^rbiF Mr, William Day, of George-Weet' south,' re align uieni' o^i his premises, 1 Referred to the Wofks Committee. FlNAUCfl, The sum of 4I7O lis,' §d., as proposed by Alderman Blpomfjeld, treasurer, and s§coflded by ^Iderman lyES, that the si^ was ordered $o paid. MOTION . Alderman Falliok, in the absenoe of Alder man Croker, moved that on and after March 30th, 1885, tho ballasting and metalling of tho streots be referred to tho WorkB Committee. ThiB was seconded by Alderinan Elliott, and. carried. s
Notes of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Notes oi tlia Week ' What to do with bur girls ?' is the title of a book shortly to be published in Lon don. The best answer to the title of the forthcoming book is get them married off hand as soon as you possibly oan. Thh Princess Beatrice's future husband is a poor German Prince; for he has no money. Of course, the English Parlia ment will vote; the usual sum to, the Prinoess Beatrice on the oocasion of her marriage — in fact her marriage dowry. The Princess and her husband will live six months in the year in England with her money ; the other six months they will in Germany. Of course I During their absence in Germany, the Duchess of Albany, the widow of Prince Leopold, will reside with the Queen.. Harmless amusement can be extracted from almost any inoident, except sickness, death, and a funeral. A meeting to start a branoh of tha Patriotio Fund is not in itself, of necessity, ah amusing occurrence. On the night of Maroh 20 th there was a meeting for that purpose in the Council...
Palm Sunday—St. Joseph's. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
Falsa Sunday— St. Joseph's. On Sunday, March 29th instant, at Vespers and Benediction, 'the Bev. Father Butler, of St. John's College, Missenden Boad, Newtown, preached eloquently on the entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. He pointed out that He entered the sacred city in humility. Never theless He came as the Prince of . Peace . The ' people welcomed Him with . acclamation. They waved ' 'palm . branches on the lonely. Messiah,. and, cried out 'HosaBna.' ? He rode meeklv into Jerusalem, near.to which He was to be sacrificed; . Hisj message was one of' mercy and peace. His character, notwith standing what scoffers might think and say, was without spot or blemish. His entry into Jerusalem was a triumph. Yet he entered as the Prince of' Peace. The' teaching of Christ was based upon these three ideas, Faith, Hope, and Charity. Throughqut His saored life He displayed injthe highest degree Charity, even to his enemies. The preacher exhorted his bearers to imitate the hnmility of the lif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
| ^ '^iy^^OOAi. M iLN, Native of the'DjBtricty'who- ^aa ajwayaispent his money In your suburb^ - ^QOD kEWS ! GOOD NEWS ! i | MONEY ! ;!;i ; ... .,.- ? ) '. . , j.'.po.'ftiiiAs^' YouBi^^irBii ' DftXraftY '^ec^m . ;.;; T, ' ' iVe ii now.t^n/jng up ewythiiig 'CHOICE ahd'.TjEW' in;./'. ?X| ADIES' &OUHI LElt^B^'S' tFtSTE R S, D RESS MATERIAL?, ' t ^ ? ? i.* iuj.-u .-iilMMck: AND ALL SHADES IN, „., ;l .;? WINTER HATS, FDR CAPES AND, UMBRELLAS. m- NOTE A KKW OFlTHE PRICES-^ . ?. o« -r -?-?-?. ? r.: , . '! ? ; Ladjt*' UUtwV fro 111 fi * Udt o 30s ' Children's and Gii'ls* Ulsters from Is lid to 18s 6d j ; Dr('»i( Homcf (yiinp, .o!d. 64d/jfi|d up to la Gdyard. WinoeyB, 2fd np to Is. . i;,;: Bi;xck AND COLOURKD fash meres, Botan^ Cords- and all Fancy Dress Materials/ ; ' .^A.OBANDj ASSOl'TSlENT TO CHOSE FROM. ? H»is'in'Whitu Stryv fr'-m Id on--h. 1 Black1 p I rnwHa'i (rora Cil each . V , HI nek niri Coloured Felt IfaNfron 6deachr ^ ' 'FUR. GAPES, in jthig article \re are not to lie- eq...
Newtown Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
- Newtown Publio School. Some improvements have lately been made at this school, which will add to the comfort of the scholars. ; A playground, which Gan be used in all weathers, is a most desirable addi tion to every school. There is a tolerably large ground attached to'tbe Newtown School, but it wbb in a very uneven state, and in wet weather was most uncomfortable for the little ones to play in. During the past week or two, however, the greater part of it has been levelled and nicely asphalted. . Tne children will now be able to romp about at will without cloggitig their feet with dirt, and enjoy themselves to their heart's' content. In faot. no better play ground could be desired. The old fence, too, has been pulled down and a new one put in its place . A few months ago the streets round | the school were kerbed and guttered, and j nsplialte pavement put down, partly at the j expen8e of the Government and partly by the. I Newtown Council.
THE STORYTELLER A MYSTERIOUS MURDER. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 4 April 1885
tAE £ MYSTERIOUSt MUEDER. Z 05i:'; Hnaoaon V ; | I^waB^bmit'^year Aftey vanBto&tfs i: | rettjfn, *n-l } the i refllor4lioitv 6fitK^ ibM ' i| hon9(t was practkisll^ teoftpltteiff, when'ii ! 1 1 pij W ;j \ hu^ was engaged |p0Jfi» raarnea to i' J MiscMennip, of the Pnorj. Yanstone i s hadat lenc;ib don* ifdJStitf . and eyeiy [B body- excepMfreif di^lpbirited m^mfbaa jl! Hi iiniiAr.tf - MiiiK^/Junnilin was ? !1 jontb Mjyt conlidisijibli Attractions, 1 *nd«ome six-and 9$*f8 i 'he vas j ail jpnly daughtet'agd_ap neiress in a I mot^rtrate waficalBoiaiiGaUioHc, -j I andjof irreproachable lineage. Nothing i f eonlSbe more soitabl^iiM1 the tonntj 1 ill Vamstone seemed to bc devotedTb Tiig ;i»l fhtare ^onl.C-her-'j-'^rt i|| KtisitMiHetjdip:. iwaiKJ .obviansly . 'Jntff f|| deeply in lo3E*jYitb-]|u& ebotioniiraBbana. | There wm bo anj, ,^ayf and l|| the marriage was, therefore, fixed to taka , [|| P,W5?^ftS «S®pleil?f}|»on*hf!) . II] tronesean, of eonrse^hadto be bongbt, Irl tari...