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Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

[?] A very {nt'-i'estinq; nnd pleasiftjf ceroinony.was witnessed at St. Barna- 1 bus' Church on - Saturday afternoon,, when Mr. G-.D. Rint(rose of Yatt^s, led to the hyiujuetil alter, Miss Mary, youngest daughter. of Mr. E. L. Itow jing, tfiitricfc police' magistrate. 'I ho ceremony wag parfortned by tho Rev. T, T. ilarvey, IiTctunbeut of St. Burna ba'i ( -hurch, assisted by tho Rer. fT.-I, ?Rioburds,- before a large assemblage of t-.ie' pu'olic, who- fully occupied the \vhol-j of the' church. Tho young bride ww given away by her father, and the responses necessary for making the twain one, were' audibly, although « little excusably tremulously, given- by the happy united pair. Messrs. Morphetfc, Fisher, and E. Rowling, acted as groomsmen, wlvilo the sisters of the bride and Miss Ross, ('anally, filled pleasingly tho positions of brides maids. We leave over a description of tlie dresses, to be given by abler and more graphic narrators, i

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. Sick of It. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

TT: ? ... „„ . — — 350^0' Column. Sick ot It* ' ?? Ralph,'- said Mr. Clark, in a gentle | tone of voico, j' did I understand yon to say that you* had brought that package from tho office ? ' ' Yes, sir,? said tho boy, clinging with 0110 hand to Rovor's collar, which I10 was trying to faston, whilo with tho othor lie drow a packago from his pockot. ' Ah 1 ' said Mr. Clark,' ' whathavo we heroj ' Ralph turned quickly and saw in his father's hand a book I10 had not intended j to submit to his approval. 'Tho IIor3o Thief of tho Pines; or, Rod-Hcadcd Jiin,' road Mr. Clark. Ia i this finely illustrated book yours, Ralph ? ' ' Yes, sir,' stammorcd tlio boy ; ' I bought it this afternoon.' 'I think I jvill read it,' said tho father, oxamining critically .1 coarso wood-cut representing four masked men carrying tho apparently lifeless body of another. ' Mary,' said I10, glancing significantly at his wife, ' suppose wo havo tliiB road aloud ovonings.' ' Certainly,' was tho reply. 'I have heard...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

TO THE BDITOR OF THE RECORDER. Deak '. Slit, — I would t«ko tht' liherly nf .YOur columns of thanking all those who .hare contribute) aa heartily tnwuidu tho 3abbi«th School Library iu Bttli'Knnld and Moulameiii,- iu connec tion with tlm Freibyterriun Ohurch,— I I miu, jours kc., k,;.. ' ^ ALEX. gARDiE, ?

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Dinner Table Decorations. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Dinner Tabic Bccoratio.us. To-attain success in tlio art of decorat ing dinner tables noeds a thoughtful oyo' and a discreet hand. ' Tho primacy bl)joct; is to enhance the ologanco of tlie table, ? ' That the feast may bo moro joyous. And tho g'uc3ts be more contented.' Therefore the decorations musthesubordi-: nato to the comfort of thoso who aro to'' .-partake of the meal ; they aro uot to be' arranged for tho entertainment of lookers on, aud it should novor bo said of them ;that tho servants had all the ploasuro they could afford, whilo tlio guests were simply^ mado uncomfortablo. Tho old dpergno and. tho goldon bowl of gaudy flowers interfered ?with conversation, mado the table heavy: and ostentatious, and indicated that the ?dinnor was prepared for ceremony rather-, than for enjoyment. I11 selecting rccop-: ?tacles for flowers and fruits, it Bhould' bo' ?borno in mind that a clear view across tlio' tablo is always to be desired, and that' simplo designs characterized by distinc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
What Will Happen to Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

What Will Eliipiicii to Girls. Thirtv-nino girls. In ten years fifteen will bo mnrried. In ten years moro soven of tho fifteon will bo widows, dependent upon their own ?exertions for bread and meat. In ton years fifteen of the remaining ?twenty-four will bo sleeping beneath tlio1 sod. And how far apart thoy will.be, sleeping! One in England, ono in Cali fornia, ono in India, 0110 in New Zealand, ' : anothor, perhaps, in a missionary's grave j in China, another amid the ashes of tho. anciont Aztecs of Mexico, anothor — but: only time will tell ivhoro they all will sloop. I In ton years tho nine wo have not yet1 [ miontioncd will begin to loso thoir sweet ! noss, and dovolopo something of tho sour ness supposed to be inseparable from women that are destined to be old maids. In ten years, not 0110 of the thirtv-nino ;but that will have tasted of tho bitterness that comes in timo to all human boings. Hopo will bo blighted, loved ones will be, claimed by that samo skeloton you behold: ju...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous Carl Pretel's Ride AN INCIDENT OF THE CRUSADE [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

' 'filMsceUancous , Carl l'rctcl's Kidu. AH INCIDENT OP TUB OllUSADE. From across der rifer, at broke, of tay, Bringin to tho Nord Seidt frosh dismay, Der news vns sent by llessing drue Dot dor vimmcu of der dempleronz crow Would been dhcre ofer, in a day or two, To empty der kecks of beer and vine By Pretzel's placo, yoost oross tho Rhine. Undvildcr comcd dem rumors too, Till Dutch oxcitement wondrous grew, But Pretzel, shword of dot voman's crew Vas corned of his placo to worry und shtcw, He'd lock out dcrpishncss, und been ready to shdart, In two sheop tail vara, mit a horse und cart. Yoost den comcd a breeze from Bridport town, Dot filled der country for miles around Mit such a slimoll, by chinks, it heat Dor mem'ry of der oldest man you'd meet, But mit inshtincktifness rare, der Pretzel know Dot a sick vind, pootygwick would surely blow, So ho inado up his mind to shdart pooty soon, Und look oud der pishncss, an hour behind noon. Dhcn gwick could bo heard some rumpling sound, L...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Shah's Sister. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

The Sliali's Sister. Lady Shiel, in her 'Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia,' says : ' I wont to soo tho Shah's half-sister, a boautiful girl of fifteen, who lived with hor mother ?in an obscuro part of tho ante-room, neg lected by tho Shah, and consequently by everyone else. She was really lovely, fair, and with indescribable oyes and a figure only equalled by somo of tho cliofs d'eouvro of Italian art. This is so very rare among rorsian women, tnat sno was one ot tne fow persons I saw in tho country with an approach to a good figuro. Sho was dressed in tho usual fashion of trowsore on trow sers, tho last pair boing of such stiff bro cade that if put upright in tho middlo of tho room thoro thoy would romain. Hor hair was curled, uot plaited, and sho wa3 literally covored with diamonds. Sho was quiotinlier inannors, and seomod dojocted. She was most anxious to hear about Euro poan customs. And what scorned to sur prise her most was that wo took tho troublo to undress overy night...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

MARRIAGE, RINGROSE—ROWLING — On the 15th inst, at   St. Barnabas' Church, Balranald, by the Rev. T. T. Harvey, assisted by the Rev. H. I Richards, George Davenport Ring- rose, second son of Robert Boys Ringrose, Esq , of Swanland, Yorkshire, England, to Mary Elizabeth, youngest surviving daughter of E. L. Rowling. Esq., Police Magistrate. Balranald, The Riverina Recorder WEDNESDAY, 19th JANUARY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

YOtjNG iiAE-¥ wishes Hiliiiition ns GtoVeriieS8 Ur ijtidy-hel|f. Station preferred. Engliahj, 'French) StuNiC, iiiul painting in \Vntercoloris and oil, the latter ill 'till lihmclifeK; intiliidihg on terra fcotlrtj Chitiiij silkj ; sntin; ami jiortbiits; Address — ' Buergia;' c/o Editor: - WANTED Made and - Built, or M..de oulv, uliotit ^600 SUN DRlED fiRICiKS: Apply — T. F. Andersoii, Oliillichillj illiottt five ibilen ! liorth of, Juunltnnn: . v i , th'uS. F; Anderson, i Notice; , . ? DROVERS are hereby informed that TR AYE i/'LIN G S f O.C K; NOTiOES under Section 17, of Dis-' eases in Stock 'Act Amendment, -rwill NbT lie foceived through Post.-. - jambs Lawrence & sons, ' ' ? I'oon' Boon. . Labour Agency smd SJiftglstry Begrstratio'n Feo, 2s 6d. Kngagefndnt Fe'd, 2j 0.1. S,[ALCOLM *-fe 15 12 AT Y haVe Hie A following on their liooks. Open fn'r En^age'iiu'iit — Married Couple (l-oundai*y-rider) for 'Oiit-sta'tinn-. Stiition Overseer. Alinnrger or Partn'eV for St'oVelce'ep...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Shearers' Union of Australasia [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

j T&6 Shearers' TJuion ot Australasia. i Tlie ntfct geii'eral 'coHfi-Von'oe 'of 'tVle t^atns 'of t'li'e sli'eaiers' niiionH'of A'ustra'-' 1'isiit 'fttty t Iih '? tA-igu's ' was held 'at the ; A fiVd. II till, !B illuiat-, taut \V ed n'tiN'd RV M-\ W. 'G, S;.- ?lie p, 'tli'e preWhtenh, I jCceiijiied. tho elia^r, An d thei'e were ?jUboYit *50 .(tnifjfAipR, iWclndilig Ve^i'esen jtiaiv'pK tmi'ii tlie l/fufttlcfl 'aYui Wag^n jiinioiis_ j»i'e.-?oiifc. The 'pVi'Milt'-nt-, in hih ppening remark?!, 'iVjj'i'et t'eir tii'ei'e was libt 'h lu'rgeiVRltVii'Aiin'cf't-lMit ife te.n eideiWl. Mm Wfli-tftVgj.K t I'eJiiWkii&liVe .» .Tlioj friov^tojiuiVJi'iirl been 'xihi'Uil ?in J'ttneJaTu, 'ftixliiHiiicfi t1»'Ai Vfc'oiia niiil po'rtioufc of Nhw -South Walk* and ®imi||i AiiRtValia hail -: lie'Cn 'caiiWju/ed |Drilh great Suc'cesn. $hnir ft'jije'ii'tK ^'m'e jAow in Ne'w ^Zealand. .A* ])VefiPn't thf-V ili&ml.'ei ed 9.000 meml-eiS, with few, ?ijcaln'i;il and QtiCHii'sA-jiid yet 'to -'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Not Likely To Return. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

'Ibuntor. Not LHicJy To Kcturii. A tall, smooth shaven man wall ed into tho office of a well-known broker a few mornings ? ? . 7 back. He carried a small brown-colored bag ' ; in his hand, and over his arm hnng a fashion- - : ab'ly cut top-coat. He was evidently ] ust ? . ' 7 from the country, although his clothcs wero . . , of areccnt city make. No ono was in tlie oflice except the oflieo boy, whom bo found - ? sitting in the cushioned chair of tho broker, with his feet on the desk, industriously en- ;? gaged in smoking a cigarctte. As tho visitor .7/ appeared at tho door of the 1 ack oflice tlio olllcc boy glanccdat him through a cloml - of blue and ill-smclling smoke and exclaimed between pull's : 'Como in young feller, ? don't be afraid.' ' ''.. : Tho visitor's face expressed surprise, but ? be said nothing. ' I suppoEe,' said tlie oflice boy with ready _? ? nonchalance, 'that you've come to boo old BrOSVn ?' ' * 7 / ' Well,' went on tho youth glibly, 'ho ? ain't in. He's out in...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
German Social Usages. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

German Social Usages. The foreign'student resident in Germany vory often is exposed to peculiar dangers owing to his ignorance of the great difference between tho German social customs and those of liis own country. I recall an example says Prof. Boycsen, of an ingennous youth who came to the Fatherland with a due array of introductions. lie was invited to the house of his professor. Tho professor had three aaugntcrs, nn excenuui, gins, our, as is oitcn tho case with excellent girls, not eminent for personal attractiveness. They wore extremely cordial to tho young stranger, as were also their papa and mamma. My guile less friend suspected no ulterior design, but was delighted at the rapid progress he made in German under the care of the three mai dens. Knowing nobody else in the city, and being a little shy of the rough ways nnd drinking habits of the students, he found himself almost daily drifting into tbe society of the professor's daughters. He occasionally made— withcharmingini...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. An Amorous Analogy. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

fllM3c£l(nneous. An Amorous Analogy, A loveless life, it seems to me To use a humble simile, Resembles much a cup of tea ; ' Which from its burnished prison pourod Sits useless on the social board, And with a more, Cimmerian liuo Than heathen writers ever knew j A flavour that would only stir Tho wrath of any connoisseur. What wonder, though its parent root In fields celestial shot to fruit, Near where tho Yang-tse-Iviang flows, Ahd, Yarra-like, oflcrids tbo nose 1 What wonder, though to it belong Tlie charms that lurk in beat Souchong, And that delightful power to please That cheered enchanted Portuguese : If to its depth no sweetening slide, Or if the attribute's denied, That soon transforms the glowing hue, And take3 by storm the palate too : The unattractive bowl will grow Proni warmth to coldness, nor will know The bliss (I hope I have permission To state that tea has got ambition) Of being drunk nnd bringing forth A panegyric on its worth, But joins tbe lowly gutter's flow, Th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Wb1 have- received from- tlio Com mercial Pastoral- and Agricultural As Rooiiit.ion n- pamphlet on tlie rise and origin of-'the Association, its- aim* and objects,-, tuid in, goft}g- through its pages, tllere- is- to» be. found n large fimd'of iufni-miitinn- in relation to- tile landt Ii-friHlatinn nf- tlm- nnlntiv. wiffi varihiis. sucgrBted' Hiid' mtioli iifeded amendinmits in flip jirraiMit ..Caixl' A'of, amongst' wliioh miiy. I.« n.'tcd flip t.lii«e follnvrih{;-viit-l'(!f)ndiU()iis 1; A loi'iii of leH*e snffiment to enn-lle' tit'- l«nd to He occuinVd to «d vunj n^B li_v hII'! Clown tenants, 20i.ynnr.s liHiiifj-|int dltwumn n w.,W!iisoiiii!iI«- nurreiicr. -2. A of' rent.nl periodioxHV -- p | d'« i^eil on sonnd' principles inRtondt of: the minihiuiii heing incressed Ht- st«-«d jieriods.- 3. A'nd' tetmnU -rijalitv foi' , HX^ipiidititre, Iin-iUd'HjM*«nnnat'lv -iHfeijmtid». Tlinse Ropgeiif.imts. uppeur. to lm fiiitdiinient^t'' iii. developiim- flio' grent. indiiHtries- of th'e o»»1hnv...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. Jack and the Whale. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

KBoys' Column. Jac.u nnd the Wlialc. . 'I was brought up by a pious mother,' said Jack, '? but I kind of went astray. I wasn't a3 bad as somo, but I did go off tho liandio considerable. Thoro were mates of mine who novor road tho Biblo at all. I. didn't do that. I road it. But I did what mayhap was worse. I argyfiod about it wlion I had read, and ono thing I was strong about was Jonah and tho whale. Jonah couldn't have lived bo long, I used to say, insido of that thar whale. ' I was born in Nantucket, and from Nantuckot wo sot Bail in tho Beanstalk , Captain Salisbury, ono fino afternoon. Tho folks camo down to see us off, and wo waved our liandkerchors and clioorcd until wo lost sight of thorn, and wo folt as most folks fool wlion thoy leavo homo. As for mo, I looked back at my old mothor, and 1 thought I'd liko to como back with a bag of gold and build hor a fino houso, with a placo On top for a telescopo so that Bhe could look out on tho water and ace tho oliipa como up whenever ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

LOCAL SEWS. Nomination I-ay. — Menday was the last day for roueiving nominations for tho poai. tion of Aldermen for tho Municipal Council, Tho retiring Aldermon, Meuon and Cram offer themselves fur re-election ; Mr. Sim monda, brcwor, being the representative of new blood. The nominations will be publicly declared by the Retaining Oilicer oo the 1st February, and a polling ds.y appointed. Wo hope the candidates will see it their duty to appear in public, and give an expression of their opinions to tho ratepayers before election day. MkS3IU9. Williams. Engineer in Harbours and Rivers Dap irtincnt and Ball, Iudp.ulur of Public Works arri v.il in Balrauald Moil day, aud on Tueiday morning they made an inspection of tho local wharf, ao as to have the work in connection with it carried to a finish. This evening theau geutlomen depart for Meuindie via Wencworth. Accident. — What might have resulted in a moat serious accident to all cencerned, happened oa Satarday evening on the de parture...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Dress Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Dress Blints. O110 of tlio least trying combinations for woman's dross ia wood-color and grocri, which can bo worn by tho vory pretty aud. by tho very ugly. In many fashionablo costumes thero is a decided contrast be tween the colors of tlio draperies and tho underskirts, and tho result is effects which .irn nint.urn.qnnn and nrrrnnnliln. Of rnnrsn a woman with no taste will mako a greater fright of Iiorsolf when allowed a choice of colors than alio will wlion compolled to dross in ono liuo, and, equally of courso, a short woman or a fat woman has no right to insult her fellow-boings by dividing lior aelf into sections of ahar^ly contrasting tints, but a tall, slender girl, or ovon a woman of medium size, ia suro to look pretty this season, and tlio. stroots will look gay ouougli. Women aro not apt to bo thoroughly ex travagant, but genorally havo somo pot economy. With soino tho instinct is directed towards the saving of pins ; others liko to hoard brown papor aud pieces of twine. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

[?] (faoK OUR CORHESfONDlSNT.) OYBNEY, JnllUIUy I O. One of the first measures to be sub mitted after the meeting of tho new Parliament, will ha the repeal of the Customs Duties Act of last Session, in cluding ad valorem duties Parliament will be prorogued this morning end ,lwu,,lv.,l tn-i„nrniw un.l tl,« n.u. writs will bo issued on Thursday. It it expected that K large portion of tho present members will be re-elected. At a Cabinet meeting it whb deter mined that until the result of the elections had shown- whether the Government had the confidence of the country, no Minister's decision would lie takou upon any quastion of import ance. The German steamship PreusHen is to lis released from q.imreutine on Snn day. Baranjoey fia« been suggested aa a new quarantine station. The men chargcd with intimidation at Mount Keira Mine, have all beeu dis charged. The f»eling amongst the Oppositien is that Sir Heury P« ikon's policy was just the thing to enable them to come back with a majority...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Ladies Column. Why Men Don't Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

9Ln&tet3' Column. ..?? ° Why BScii Don't xiio marriego market in all English speaking nations lias bccomo an arena of competition ns keen as any auction room. The natural impulses of women aro disre garded. Mothers adviso prudont alliances, and discoiintcnnnco, by fair means and foul, lovo matches. Girls clioko down their feelings, and aid and abet thoir seniors in encouraging men who aro 'catches,' throwing oil' tho restraints which mado thoir grandmothers charming. But still, tlio cry goes up, 'Men do not marry.' And yet the most invotorato clubmen, tho mockcrat lovo in acottago, was onco a youth not blase, to whom tho vision of a homo was enchanting. Almost every man tries his hand at realizing somo such dream early in lifo, but tho attempt is usually nipped in tho hud for want of means, or by failure to win tho particular woman on whom his heart is sot. Ho sull'ers acutely ; but man is nn elastic crea ture ; in timo lie mingles again with tlio world, not entirely proof a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 January 1887

Balranald Hospital. A special committee Inooting of tho above institution waelieldat McMahon's Commercial hotel, on Wednesday ufter noon, when tha following members 'of the Committee were piaieut: — Mtusra, Boy ii Ion, President, (in the clmi r) W igh t- mati, Vioe-Preaideut, Cloae, Kidd, Lob ney and friuith, Dr. Anderson was also present, *«.. T'tr . r . tj ? «!.. A. wuijuiuu.iiiciioHurui neui, for the ensuing year before the ordinary business commenced, thanked those who had appointed liira to the Pieai dtnt's ehair, and he (the President) trusted, tlmt, by attending to all those matters that would be for the benefit of the hospitsl, he would merit the confidence imposed on him in his new position. The minirtes of ths pvetions fificcial meeting were read and confirmed. The following gentlemen mere ap pointed a Visiting Committee: — -Messrs E-idd, Lobaey,- snd the President, Tho Committee then took into con sideration the resignation1 of Dr. Anderson, the surgeon to the' hospital, ...

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