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LICENSING COURT. (Before the above presiding Magistrates.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

LICENSING COURT.' (Before the above phesiding Magfe' tratos.). I 1 The' Inspector of Liconsed Houses; Sergeant Dowling,- handed in his quar terly report,- which was of a satisfactory charactor,- arill such- was- received' and accepted by the Bench. I Philip Tuck appeared ab ail' applicant for a license for tho Riverina Hotel, I' known ao- the Pisa house.- The Iii snector huviue- .satisfied the Cdurt that the house waS-one that wai needed in the district where situated, as it was on the tuuiu coach route, -the licensed house . as at psesent occupied; being- situated about 2r miles off the road: The P.M. said he had received a letter from Har rison, the occupier o? the present licen sed house, but as the objections to the present applicant hall not been legally made, und' also no notico of objections given to- the present applicant, tho Court had seen fit tib grant the appli cation now before' tliem— Granted- ac cordingly. ? i i*

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MIGHT MAKES RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

MIGHT MAKES RIGHT. Worthy Mr. and Mr s. Jones, and the little Joneses, lived on the bank of the mighty Mississippi, and their lives bad.been spent in what was to them, peace and happiness. But the Joneses loved the rude Btructure which sheltered them with a devotion which perhaps all the improvements of civilization could not have argumented ; it was their home. What a sweet sense of security, how many recollections of the past and tender thoughts of the future. are called up by that one word I How often has it staved thehand of the destroyer, and kept the weak and fal tering from straying into many devious ways and crooked paths ! Well, all the JoneS family liked the old place, and it wns a sad shock, one spring morning, when they discovered that the river wns shifting. The Father of Waters seems to have an in cliuation to play sad pranks with the simple mortals who trust themselves to locate on his banks, aud when the playful mood seizes him, he has a gamo of puss in the corner, a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. MOULAMEIN, July 12 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

[?] Moulamein, July 12* Archibald M'Donald, alias CharleB Stephens alius Reginald Smith was. charged at the Police Court to day Witli1 stea ing a blnolc stallion, the property o£ Williaui Winter,, otNovtU Muruhi ffoTi; Victoria, also stealing a browft horse,- tho property of Cobb anct Co, Hay, also with stealing a bay niaro, the property of Mrl~-6iiak(,- Pino Range. 1 he accused was remanded on all the charges. All the horses have' been re covered ; the offender made (it deter mined and desperate resistance,, but was captured by Senior Constable Mouritz, Sydney, July 12? Mr. M'Elhofie' wasted several hours on the motion for an adjournment to ventilate tho grievances about tho water frontages, and he threatened- ob struction for the night. The House is considering the post poned and supplementary estimates and is still sitting. M r. M'Ellione is doing his best to prevent Parliament proroguing to mor row. On Thursday tho accepted- tenders for locomotives will bo announced, none of the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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IN BUSINESS TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

IN BUSINESS TOGETHER. To all bat tbe broad-souled moral reformers — a hopeless minority— it is a matter of supreme indifference how mean a man is, ns long as his meanness operates without our sphere. But when it comes to being in busi ness with positively the meanest man in the world, sitting; in the same office with him, occupying different Bides of tbesamo desk, 11s poor Mr. Peabody did with disreputable Sir. llrowne, and as poor Mr. Browne did with disreputable Sir.' Peabody, human depravity assumes quite another nbase, and tbe subject becomes one of vital interest. Also, in the important business of marrying your daugh ter, when you aro by necessity associated with a little the most unprincipled woman living, as was virtuous Mrs. Peabody with vicious Mrs. Browne, and virtuous Mrs. Browne with vicious Mrs. Peabody, you are forced. to the -belief that 'in speeding to the devil's house women take the lead.' With the plain language permitted a man in addressing his wife, and with th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Hay Jockey Club. Wednesday, July 13th [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Hay Jockey -§iv&-. Wednesday. Julv 13th There was a largo attendance at to day's races; tho course was frightfully heavy. The following aro tho results . — HURDLES. Littlo John ... ... .v.- 1 Post Boy ... ... 2 Count ... . .. .LV 3 Won easily by twolvo lengths.- Time 4miu. 22£seca. B.M JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP'. Drumstick ...- 1- Vormont ... 2; Abuse ... ... ... 3®. Drumstick took1 the lead, and ihtiintamed it all tho way. Impulse was hampered by the mud in tho straight. Time, 2min 45soc. . SALE- STAKES1 Donald 1* Titania ... ... 2 Sterling; ..i ... 3' A- grand race, won by a neok. Timo, linin. 50socs. OXLEY- HANDICAP' Halifax 1* Stonohroke ... 2- Desmond ... 3' Won oomfortably. Timo, lmin 20aocs; MAIDEN PLATE Lizetto J.' Fantasia ? ... 2;- - Brown Duchess' ' ..i- 3' j Won by a length. . ' In tho Hurdles, K-ildaro at the, hurdle at' tho back of tho course broke his nook and was killed instantly, the jockay (Muggridge) was ronderod: unconscious, b it recovered. | MEMBERS' CUP i S...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. HAWKSNEST. A love Story. (Concluded.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

IftoveHot. - HAW ELS NEST. A love Story. \ By Atiia. ' ?; (Concluded,) CHAPTER IH. - - -A month wont by, and Tom Wildelove and his friend wore fully sottled atMdon bury.'-. ?? The former had decided .to live ? - with his sistor in tho pretty retreat, and ? ' Harry, as a thing ho insisted upon after the first fow days, took up his aborlo at the Pier Hotel, boyond tho Domain. ' There is no knowing how long- I may stay in Now Zealand,' ho said. ' I have - been a restless Bohemian nil my days, and thoreforo may find it difhcult to settle down in a humdrum sort of oxisteuce.' ? ' Why not purchase a place here, and - make' it: your lioino,' suggested Mies' Portia Wildelovo, ' by your own showing your Bolicmianism in tho past has not beon couleur tie rose.' ' Pooh, Madam, . Mr. Maydalo's en ? terprising spirit could never brook such a dull lifo as ours,' responded Oscar Bent, with a'suporcilious air. * They wore all in tho garden together, enjoying tlie cool of the October ovoning; Myraand...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, ftiul ^tntioti SVflCtM, ^iituc'vs, SUfrttonm'jS, wwl aftuut Stents', fig- a b Pi a ?i A h Bi-. LAND AGENCY, MALCOLM & BEATY Are propurnd to DRAW Ul? APPLICATIONS' Tender tho* Crowitf ftitiftfo Act of 188-4, And' puss through tlie T^ANr? OF^ICE^ Also appeara at tlie Local1 Landi Courts And attend to any :WND- BITS INKS'# - Entrusted to them' Pull information mid particulars' ' on 3land Mjitters to lio hud from , MALCOLM & BEATY, BalranalcT.. Division of Ituns, NOTICE. Malcolm & beaty #ra; pre pai;ed to exccuto 3Saj)S and Tracings of Lau-l ; also Plans, Specifications, ctc. the Australian Joint Stock Bank Tncorporatcd tiy Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITAL— ,£500,000, with powor to increase to -£1,000,000. RkhkrVh Fund— £280,000.- HEAD OFFICE: Sydney. LONDON OFFICE? 2 Kino William Btrrbt, E.'0' Branches throughout New South Walcnand Queens &nd : Agenta In all tHo otlier Colonies and in Croat Britain, Anicrlca, Inula, China ;«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

BalraxialcL Hotel ' (TAT L'ISllS ALL'S) . * Mrs. M. J. _ EKGS to aimtmitcb;.® HerJrtaftita\amV-thQ jniUie, .that':; alio Vhw li.ow- t-4Vp abc i vo . wel l-k.no wu Hotol.-^ I t v*' cinlejivourlo ^ir*«in(v«s aiV^tHp.fc' ;Wbtropolit-ml Hotels iu- attiActTyeiie^tima r comfnrK^ K very .attention paid to Boarders and Visitors. . . The largest and most commodious houso in towiK ^Uncji, 5?ef?is, & Jjjjivifs »{ the $t-iX gi'Tuuls itXtv«y?s iii i?tocii. First-clsiss Stabling. SS&itini'tfs. 51. J.MUIU'liY, Proprietress. ja^me ky's ' :.- Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, PliuPHiKTOKS. ' ' ' ' MESSKS. M'5I A HON BROS, l.ejj to notify lo ilioC|)iili)in --f.;Bai- lunnlil ami district., thai they have taken I ho 'above well-known Hol.nl, -and Lojio by ^iviijy '-vol}' attention, to writ a fair slmit of support. Kvcry accommodation, with home coiiifnrr.8. : Sample Rooms for Commercial Travellers. ; : Good Billiard Table. ? First class Stabling /Accommodation; Best Brawl* always kept...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

After' a little, and most stupid, jealous bautor on the part of the members fur South Melbourne, (Mr. Gaunson), and the representative for Williamson, (Mr A. T. Clark), Mr, Deakin whs allowed, on Wodnotday evening,- to deliver liitn st ff of his opinions on the diUerent questions, some of a public, and others of, asyet,- n private' nature, that had occupied tho attention of tho Imperial Conference which so lately closed its sittings in London.. In his opening remarks, the' Chief Secretary for 'Victoria came' nt oncu to a moat satisfactory commencement, namely, 'that Parliament had, certainly, . nOtTeotumilted itself inany manner with : regard to tho Imperial Conference.' This uunonneement was received with cheers, Aud further, that,- whatever action might be taken or approved by the Victorian Govornniont, as a Govern mont, it- would always be subject to the sanction of the Victorian House. Common und united action by the Im perial and Colonial Governments seem to have been treated w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

PASTORAL.. Balranald.. Xiveriha Recorder Office; Tuesday Evening: The weather for tho past week has been' very changeable, Ou .Saturday and Sunday it was showory, while yesterday andito-day u pleusaufc uliuugo of Buushine hua greetod u»i but the nights liavo been culd and frosty.. Tlie rainfall UUifclwua no goneral over tho colony makes this season scaud oat' promin ently, as ono of tlie bust, known in thuso dis tricts... The Murrumbidgoo is rising daily,, and' we apprehend that this season floods mill be common along its banka; Sheariug will commence tho end of this month, out back. Tupra, wo boliove. will stait about tho beginning of'August, aud in our. columns will bo noticed that Moolooi moon, in the Moulumeiu district, begins on the 1st proximo. Wo boliove - round hero & good clip is happily,' expected. Caifldty BtMtfc-ou 18th August, Nap Nap on tho 19th, Claro and Manfred begin 011 the 1st Aug. Marking ia getting finished round here and the per ccotagos aro very satisf...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Vice-Regal Visit to Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Vice-Regal Visit to Deniliquin. The Deniliquin Pastoral and Agricul tural Society's Show this year (snys the ' Argus') promises to be a great suc cess Tho entries ure coming in fast, and there is every reason to believe that the number of exhibits will lie very large indred. Tlie entries in all the sections closed on Saturday last. | The show this year should bo the grand- 1 est exhibition ever held in tho district, as the season has been so favourable, in fact the best known since the inaug uration of this show. The country is looking magnificent, and stock of ull descriptions aie iu excellent condition. The arrangements iu connection with Lord Carriugton's visit to Deniliquin are progressing satisfactorily, and will be oil un elaborate scale. Lord Cur riugton will leave Melbourne on the morning of the 19th inst. by special train, aud after spending a couple of hours at Moauia, will arrive in Denili quin at about half-past 4 p.m. He will be met at the railway station by the mayor a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

.TO OUR READERS. ::-.'Onr readers will bo pleased to learn ;- that, wo hare arranged for tho publication v: of a story of thrilling interest, called — DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING ? The author, Owen Suffolk, is his own : herOj and ho narrates his oxporionces with . particularity and dotail of Swift or Dofoe. ?. Tho talo appoarod in tho Australasian when that journal was first -started, moro ? than twenty yoars ago. As a roliablo record of tho notorious crimes and erim ? inals of tho oarly days it is uniquo. Tho ?- author possossed considorablo litoraiy skill and was tliuB enabled to sot forth his - experiences in- a most attractive and intor eating form. A story, having for its basiB ? tho truth, is ncvortholoss rondorod moro palatablo when put togothor by a skilful writer. Owen Suffolk, by his own confession, ? and tho ovidonco of hiB aftor oarcor, was : evidently ono of thoso persons in whom the criminal instincts ovormastor tho bost . % teachings of social traditions and ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Important Case between A Land Agent and A Selector. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Important Case between A Land Agent and A Selector. A case of considerable interest to solectors was heard in the District Court? at, Albuiy on June 29th, be fore Judge Forbes and a special jury of four. J. A. Doan, a hrother-in-law of a squatter named Williams, at Little Billabong, sued C. L. Griffith, a stock and commission agent at Albury, for' the recovery of damages for negligence in not paying interest on a selection, ?which caused it to bocome forfeited. The case for the plaintiff .was that Wil liams, acting as agent for Dean, in st-ucted a clerk in Griffith's employ to attend to all business connected with 320 acres o land he had selected, but tlie e'erk who was entrusted with tho charge of the land business by Griffith neglected to pay tlie interest, and the Lands Department declared the selec tion forfeited. Tho land was after wards selected by. anothor selector, who was put in possession by the Gorman ton land court : but subsequently, on the strength of an affidavit by G...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

: William G. Yule (Late H. Williams), General Storekeeper, Wine,; Spirit Und S'roduCto , Merchant, 8'WAN HILL. W- G. YULE having purchased the . interest held by hia late Partner W. Q. Tweedir, ih nrvparad to lupply at LOWEST PMCKS, Ironmongery, Wine and Spirits, Whisky (8 year old), Grocery, jDrap'er^ .And -'All tho 'other ueciiBstuiea of life. H&v. ing the Largest, Beat, and Cheapest assort tnont of -?(701)3 ¥ri the district, W6 *bdii|coi) fidontly invito inspection [when evory eatia factiouflwilljbo given. . AOENT FOB — Dalgefcy'and Co., Limited Vhoerux^FijOjluaurauco Company National Mutual Life Association Wnllacli liiothors John Bunclo HughjLenuon,fletc., ©to. hAl Large tJtock of Wqolpacks and Sheep Shears (Best Brands). ? MEN'S BOOTS from 8a 6d, and all other Goods In proportion. Sltite -§U)an] 'gsjotei, ? SWAN' HILL. ? Ellis^Hook, Proprietor. BEGS to intimate uo the publio of ?rfwau ETill and district that having Dj.idu severul alterations and improve ments to ihe ab...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

T. SLATVWL, Oxley Hotel, OXLEY. BEGS to inform his friends that in conjunction with the above Hotel, he has Opened the Store known us the OXLEY STORE, under the manage. u:ent of HARRY LEE. A. W. HARTLAND, OXLEY GOOD Accomodation Paddocks one mile from Oxley. Plenty of Grass and Water. All care but no responsibility. Apply— A. W. HARTLAND, But cher, Oxley. BURTON BROS., I . Coach Proprietors, BALRANALD AND SWAN HILL. BALRANALD TO HAY. Mouiiuy ... ... 10 a.m. Wci.'ioaduy ... 5 a.m. Friday ; ... 5 a.ui. BAbRAKALD TO WENTWORTH. Monday ... ... 7 p.m. Wednesday ... 7 p.m. Saturday ... ... T p.in'. ? SWAN HILL .TO WENTWORTH. Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Saturday ... ... 5 a.m. PERMEWAN, WRIGHT and Oo. (Limited), BALRANALD, Have for Sale — Oats, ISran, Pollard, Chaff, Salt, Wire. MALCOLM & BEATY, Agents. Notice. JjlOR SALE at tho Recorder OfHco Impounding Act. Diseases iu Sheep Act. Now Land Act. Timo-Paymcnt Forms. Tranafer Forma, Real Property Aot. Mortgago Forma, Real Property Act. Bills...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

General News. The Stock and Pastures Bill, which will p.- obably be introduced by tho Min ister for Mines into Parliament next session, is now, as revised by tho lato stock conference, in the hands of the Government Printer. But for the pres sure of Parliamentary work it would have been in a more advanced state than it is. As soon as the bill is printed copies of it will be forwarded to tho various stock boards iu the colony, in order to aflord these bodies an oppor- 1 tunity of considering the nmondments suggested by the conference. Much indignation is felt in Wilcannia at the rumoured intention of tho Go vernment to transfer the Quarter Ses sions from that place to Silverton, and to disestablish tho local gaol. This is regarded as a great injustice to the town and district, as strong necessity exists for maintaining a gaol there for the large district which surrounds Wil cannia. and the Quarter Sessions are required, as there are always a num ber of cases there which would entail ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. July, 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Murrabit. (from our own correspondent.) July, 6. 1 havo to report that we have had beautiful weather for the farmers, nearly five inches of rain having fallen during the month.. of June. Tho crops aro grov/ing rapidly, and there is a good prospect of having an abundr.ns harvest, up to the present time wo buvo hed only three or four frosts worth mentioning, but I suppose thoy are to come. The roads aro almost impassable, in fact worse than they have been for years There is great excitement at present among the farmers anent the proposed Koondrook Tramway, when it was first proposed it was expected that tho whole Shire would be responsible for any loss on the Tramway, bnt other parts of the Shire objecting, a Tramway Trust oroa was defined, which contained about 290 ratepayers, and tlie Council struck a 2s 9d rate on the area to guarantee the interest. This, the farmers objeoted to, and they held a meeting lately, when they appointed a committee to draw up a petition aud get it signed...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Benjeroop. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Benjeroop. (from our own correspondent) JuIt 8, The prospects of agriculturalists uerer looked brighter than they are at j the present season, and, without doubt, this is one of those good years which we often hear about but seldom see. The rainy weather spread over the whole of June, and a total of 266 points were recorded for the month, which brings the rainfall for the first half year up to the respectable amount of 8-91 inches, being a great contrast to the corresponding half of last year, in which only 2'27 inches were registered. The paddocks are all looking beautifully green with the young crops, aud the early sown ones are nearly a foot in height. A few farmers are still plough ing and intend doing bo till the end of the month. Tlie River Murray is at a most unusu ally high level for this time of the year, and fears are entertained that an over flow will take place. A rise of three or four inches now would settle the matter, in fact already some farmers have had to Ret to wo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

PROVIDENCE Helps those who help themselves. Nature has pro1 vjded hcTbs'for tho i-urc of human ailments, and medical ecifence has discovered their healing powers, and the proper combination necessary to conquer discaso. Tho result of these discoveries and combina tion Is— Br. Bell's Bitters For raauy years It has been test«d iii severe cases of Kidney and Lifer Diseases, Malaria, Dyspepsia, In digestion, Weakness, Lassitude, icc., and invariably it has given relief and cure. Thousand* of testimonials havo been given, and it moat popular where best I-nown. DAILY & HOURLY EVENTS. Headache.—' The Stomach isjdtoordcred. Cleanse an d settle it vrith Dr. Bell's Bitters. Indigestion.— Start tho ticcrctions of tho Stomal with Dr. Bell's Bitter*. Jundice.— Blood poisoned by Bile. Correct tho Livtrb.v xising Dr. Bell's Bitters. Loss of Appetite.— Tho stomach is failing. First cleanse it ; then ton* with Dr. Bell's Bitters. Torpidity.— inaction of Liver. Start it up with Dr* Bcll't) Bi...

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The Council of Agricultural Education. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

The Council of Agricultural Education. The Council of Agricultural Educa tion sat on Tuesday, 5th inst, in tho board-room of the Lands office. Pre sent : — Dr. Plummer, president ; Mr. J. Buchanan, M.L.C., and Messrs, T. K. Dow, J. Knight, C. Yeo, and D. E. Martin, secretary for agriculture. Dr, Jflummer was unanimously re-elected president for the ensuing year. The Tragowol Plains Irrigation Trust asked for information and estimates of cost, which would assist them in their in tention to start an experimental farm, and the council determined to comply with the request. The Donald Dis trict Pastoral aud Agricultural Society asked when the council would establish an experimental farm in that district. The council decided that the applica tion should bo considered when others of a similar nature were under discuss ion. Mr. J. L. Thompson, manager of the Dookie experimental farm, re ported that during June 2*83 inches of rain had been registered, making a to tal of 15-27 inches from 1s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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