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Moulamein. July 8 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Mbulamein. (jtfnoM o'uit own Correspondent.)' July 8 The River Edwards hore still con tinues to riso, and is now above the highest level it reached last year. On Saturday last a mixed lou 6i 2,000 sheep from Gol Gol station, Job son in charge, crossed the punt Sore' via the new stock route to .Ttfoa'mW. This being tho pioneer lot, wo hope , sooir to see moro follow in the same ? tracks. During' iho' week the weather has beon moro settled than that of tho pre vious threo weeks, but tlie coach roads are still yery lioavy. Tlie Sabbath school Acre had a- col lection in aid of the Balranald Hospi tal, -which amounted to 8s 2d, and con siderinn the number of scholars it shows * that they fully recognise the benefits accruing to the publio from such institutions. An adjourned meeting of the' Sheep' Board will- be hold in Moulam6in' 6ni Wednesday/ 1 3th- iftst',- The' original' meeting was called for last Wednesday, but the number present was insufficient to form a quorum; henoe the adjour...

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

Bazaar Mee-fc%. A geueral committee meeting, in' connection with the Church of England Bazaar, was held at the Parsonage on Saturday evening, but, owing to the inclemency of the wcatiie', the attend ance wan small. The Rev. T. T. Har vey occupied the chair.- The Hon1. Secy.i the Rev. H. I. Richards, ?prcsen*-- .ted a goiionil statement, of the receipts |and- expenditure connected1 with- the ! bazaar, which- showed that tlie grand ; total realized amounted to tho satiufao ;tory figuros of £308 14s 2d — (Bazaar propeiy -U253 Da 2d;. Art Union, £115 9s.-) The expenses were -£32 12s 4d,. leaving' «/ liet balanco of S336 Is 10d. Tho Hon.- See.- informed the mooting that Mr, Crummer, lato Superintend' out- o£ Roads and- Bridges in this- dis trict, had generously presented it handsome rowing boat, to be raffled, which was expected tor realizo a fur ther sum of about £20. There are seven art-union prize'sf ufi tlaimed.' In concluding his statement Mr. Richards made a fow happy and feel ing ...

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

Miscellaneous. A Fair Florentine. She hath eyes that shame the night, Deep nnd mystic, dark with doom, Rich in thought, alive with light When the passion flowers .bloom. And lior lips aro scarlet red, ? Mute, and motionless, nnd calm, Till a scoro of kisses shed ? Love's elixir on their balm, Soft and silky is her breast, ' Tranquil as a virgin roso. Now to rock in wild unrest, Liko nn oeenn in its throes, Bella, Bella, Grnziella, ; Qiioon whero Arrio's rivor flOws. Sho hath locks of darkest dark, Brow of snow, nnd face o£ fire ; . . ! Tuneless is tho Binging lark When she strikes hor silver lyro ( Arno's speech is not ns sweet Aa tho music of hor voico When she runs to meet nnd greet Tho Bernardo of her choice. Myrrh nnd oleander dells Bloom with beauties rare to seo J Yet within their shadows dwells Not a fairer nymph than sho ; . Bella, Bella, Graziella, Heart and Heaven throb for thee. Florenco bnth more stately dames Garbed in silk and deoked with lace, But they Inck tho living...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Lake Boga. (PKOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 8. Meeting at Lake Baker. — A public meeting was held at Mr. S. Taylor's re sidence on Tuesday evening, 5th inst. The business was Water Supply and Post-office matters. Mr. Thos. Clayton was voted to tho chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Post-office correspondence was firaf. rlpn.lt, wit.Vi. Inward — From The Hon. The Post Master-General, acknowledging receipt of petition re-Post-office, presented to bim by Messrs. Madden & Baker, stat ing in reply that the matter referred to therein would receive immediate atten tion. From the Hon. R. Baker, M.L.A., acknowledging receipt of petition for warded to him for presentation to the Post-Master-General, and at the same time intimating to the inhabitants that he would do all in his power to bring about a successful result re the same. From the Hon. W. Madden, M.L.A. expressing his pleasure in co-operating with the residents in their endeavours obtain ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. Mid-Winter in California. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

SvavcUcr. Mid-Winter in €i\lifornia. Boforo tho middlo of Dcccmbor of tho present winter now potatoes wero in tlio market, and there has boon an abundance of fchoiu over since, Tho now potato, about ns largo a3 a boil's egg and tapering oil' to tho aixo of a pigeon's egg,- goes quick ill thu market, not because, it ia very good, but bocauso it is now. In its half-grown stato it is n crude vogctablo, about as heavy as a loadon bullot and a littlo moro digestible; but then it is '-now and its crudoness is oxcuscd. At about tho ' rid- . vent of new potatoes tho now, crop of peas came in and are iiow abundant in tlio markets. Ill sovoral , places ill Alameda County aliiiond trees aro now in blossom. Thoy aro not forcing the season, but tho season is forcing the buds. '. Tlio almonda ought to have hold back until Fobrnaiy, but thoso warm days have brought tho fruit biids forward nearly threo weeks in advanco of tlio usual timo. Tlio almonds nro bursting thoir buds in all warm nnd shelter...

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

I The Wentworth Show' ' Tiie third nnnual shwow of the Went worth Pastoral Agricultural and Horti cultural Society took place at the Racecourse grounds, about miles from the town, on the 5th,- 6th, and 7th insts., and the exhibits in almost every j; section were much iu excess' of last ! year's,- Hie attendance ou the firat day wns small/ owing- no. doubt to tho .wet weat&or and bad Htate of the roudn/and alsb tAut only sheep and cattle were lioin-t judged that day,; Imt ou the ao corid and Lliii d' days the numbers were greatly iucrcaaod.- The fair sex as us ual adding greatly to the days enjoy ment by taking a lively interest in the proceedings, which they viewed frtftii the stand, or by promenadirig! through' the grounds as occasion might require. ! The exhibits of poultry were except ionally largPj-aYid woll-hred, and a large 'number of entries for fruit and garden :produce were well shown off in a large marquee, erected close to the stand. The sheep were all penned up f...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

SWan Hill. [fcitoil coiIubsponBknts:) ... ' July 10. . A append meeting of ijii! scril.ty'H to tho Swan 1-Lill Dmli'ict Hos|iil.u|i -vim helilm Mie mini (I room (if tlu-ii'istitlitinti t)ti tlio ftij iiisti Pres'Hiit— Rhv; 'Gi!0. Mrtllii'iti, cliuii ihttn, mill 13 anl'Soiil'M'S. mn Jolni Gray Htm eel thnt he had wiition to Mi'; Walter Madden, M.L A, hpplyihg for, a Kiwit, lor building a jiew lto'spituh He lwiil also wiitten'to 'other iretitlellieh ttf intiiiencfe, it ml -after ex plaining inattt-i\s iii ooniieotion' with our liospital, hml received letters of eii .coimigHiu'ent from Mr. Cuicormi, Mr. Durby&hiri*; Mv; .Walter Maddt-ii, and Jlf. Gndeuinn; the Um'ei; Ti-enmirfil', Vvh'o referred hiiil tn th«' 'firulwiiy Dh Jjiu-i uirBt: Through t lib liii^iiiccriii Cliief 'of the Depirttliitn t tlio offwr of j£l7f-0 h'rid bteen iuude in ci'inpeiumlinn for t h'o present biiildihgs; und ill full of nil ctHi'ma of thia liospitnl against the -3 o vterli Hi f.txt; After some discuss...

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

;ibumot\ Uinvclcomc Passengers. The Now York Graphic thus Bums up tho people who Bhould not bo allowed to rido on the public car : .-.?.^ten-who hnvo. been caLi jig onions. . : Men whO 'sm'okc bad- 'cigars W 'thWfront platform. .. Men who cross their legs when tlio cora nro , : crowded.' ??:.?? r,-r;.-L ',iJron who chew and oxpectornta in,rthe - cars..,- : i- / Li'- - Peddlcrswho fill tho cars with tuoir'\vrarc8 - and smolbbadly. - - - ' Men who whittle. . . The Btareful dmlo. Tho awful masher. ' ; , Men who talk so loudly that no one elso can ? ; ? hope to bo heard by his neighbor. ' Men who sit sideways when people are look- ? i ing forseats. . , ;y ? ? ; . Men, who orowd tho platform bo that pcoplo ? arc squcozed nearly to death in-gefting'o'n or off the cars. ' Men who pick thoir tooth in publio. .- - Mon who clean their finger-nails in'pub- lic. - - ? ? ? ' ., Juveniles who insist on skylarking. Boys who eat peanuts. ? ..; The small boy who, on muddy dnysjiinsists on kneeling o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Pastoral Matters On The Darling. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 July 1887

Pastoral Matters On TlieDarl ing. ' (Sydney. Mail Reporter.) :? ?? ? For the first timo within the memory of white men or aboriginal, tho Paroo ran into -tlio Darling on Saturday, Juno 18th. This occurctl at a point thirteen miles abovo Wilcannia, and, at tho samo time, about 1-i miics higher np, the Paroo waters flowed into Cop a«'o Lnko. The latter is situated on ? !»-' p'-ock route from the Paioo to Wilciinma, and close to it is tho now liuvciit.uuia tank, which cost £1,200. or . i'1,500. The tank, which was finished several months since, is still dry, and no effort is being mado to con servo the water which now runs in a strong stream past it. : The embank ments- effectually prevent the water from flowing into the tank by gravita ti.n, and it is quite possible that unless the flood waters are utilised tlie tank may romairi for years next ''to useless. The rainfull in tho region is very light, and it would 'take an unusually heavy downpour to fill the tank. Away out west, »nd nor...

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

Holtowny's Pills.— The Great ifeed —The blood is the life and on its purity depends our health, if not 6ur existence Tliese, Pills thoroi'igrily clea'fise tlio vital iluid from all contaminations,' and by tlmt power strengthen and invigorate tho wholfe System, healthily v stimulate Sluggish brgans i*e]iress gver-excited Action, and establish order of circulation and secretion tfiv0u£liont every pa art of the body/, Tfie balsamic nature of Hoi toway's Pills cpmfn'chds them to the fa vour. of 'dibilitatid and nervous con stitutions,' which, tho soon resuscitate., the^ dislodgA all obstructions, both in the, bowftls aAd elseNVhero,' and are, on that a4ft'ount; ftmih Sought ufter for pro Aioting rftgi'ilarity of d'etion in. young females' iind delicate |iersdna who aro l'mi ui'all^ weak, or' who from some caueo ift-ve becotoe 8ff/ .? ' . Thu Lire or an M . P.^An M. P., deplor jng i ho ovil btl'ueta of Lundoii habits on tho lionltli, said 1 1 1 a tw a I'd it, not for the Anieri Oan Oh'b ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. Beware of [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

? ' 7^ ' anfcJBnfcs. ; Beware of Corn doctors who don't cxtrieatc corns. Ear doctors who advertise sure cures for dCLontteries of all descriptions, which aro a delusion and a snaro. Lawyers who volunteer their services from 'charitable' motives. Land schemes in Australia and elsewhoro which give ' homes' away. ' ' Tho lightning rod man who is wdhng to tako vour nates for work performed. Ckvialc remedial agencies, which aro goner allv advertiswf through the papers. Bohomian oats , whoso manipulators aro extending their operations in various direc tlPEn'glish Stirling cutlery, which is advertised by bogus companies at Very low prices Fraudulent employment bureaus whio(i guarantee permanent cmploymont if you pay vour initiation fee. Medical institutes whoso professors adver tiso themselves and grent euros throughout the country generally. - Magnetic appliances which aro advortised to cure all physical infirmities, from disor dered brain to a sore foot. . , Brokers and bankors who send ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

NcYV.s;)ii]tcr.s, Organs that gentlemen play, my boy; To answer tlie taste of the day my boy ; Whatever it be, They hit on tlie hey, And pipe, In full concert, nway, my boy 1

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Railroading Under the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Railroading Under the Sea. The first passenger train. passed through the gigantic tube linking tbe shores of Monmouth shire and Gloucestershire. Before those on board quite knew whero they wero n shrill whistle, a sudden darkening— for it wns nearly broad dnylight — and ' Wc'ro in ?' told them tliey; were ' in'^nnd rushingdown n cicariy percepiiuiu ucL-iinu iim.uu u jiiuiu 100 feet bolow the bed of the broad estuary. In a trice watches were out and windows down, the first to keep time, the other to test ventilation. The inrush of tho ico cold nir,'ns clear and as pure as if tho trip across was being made in the old way— over instead of under'tlie channel— showed tho latter was all right. The Biibmarino journey— if such it may be callcd — proved to be more like a run through a pretty deep cutting than through a tunnel four and a quarter miles long. For nboat three minutes nnd a half after entering thoro was no mistaking the fact that a sharp gradient was being descended, then a momen...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Country Beaux. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

' ' Sfictcfoer. Country Beaux. One of them sits on a chair at the other end of the room, staring at tho girl lie has called to see, nnd now and then Bays Homo thing about the weather, or her fathor'B hay, all the timo dreadfully in iovo, but too bash ful to say oo. Another kisses her tho first timo he sees her, hugs hor tho second time, proposes tho third, and fixes tho wedding day on tho fourth, if she accepts Jiim. Ho knows his own mind. Anottier Kinu or ooau aoeau i. Ho calls'now and thon, aud looks at tho girl as peoplo look at goods in shop windows. He asks her grandmother how old sho is, and tries to gee her littlo brother to tell him if hor chignon is all her own. IIo lias spells of going to see other girls, and just as anothor fellow begins to take his place, comes back. He is a provoking one. Then there is tho conceited beau. He knows he is charming, and tells of his con quests. He says, in effect : ' I know you'll have mo, if I choose to proposo.' And how she sometimes wis...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Stones. | \* Vl^^^rSecottngonncl laboratory .built ? \f^TTXf$it unc forEdiBon and sent to Florida by n ^~--=BttHinR vessel, hnd been lost nt sen, is n mis - ? take. It originated in the natural cxubcr ' ' : ' nnce'of spirits that ovevtook the inventor on tlio cvo of his marriage. In order to eenre liis pnrtnor, Gilliland, lie telegraphed him ? ? one night, when tho vessol wns about ten have nil gone down ; sclioonor : ? ? stovo up this side of Hatterns ; captain nnd 7 . ° It limits effect, and Gilliland at once gave it to tho nenrcst reporter, and it was prinicu broadcast. Edison called them to account next day for publishing such a cock and bull 8t^hy , yon told mo so yourself,' exclaimcd Gilliland. producing the dispatch. ? -.» Nonsense I It doesn't say any such ' ????:.; ?.thing,'' answered Edison. ''Things gone downl' Of.coursc they've gone down ; yon sent 'em down yourself. ' Captain and crow safol' Certainly; at least, I suppose they, nre.' 'Seo here,' put in Gilliland, somewh...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

For Cti;isti|uition or Dyspcp-iia. — A doao of Dr. Bell's Bittern tnkou every night will ia a short timo perform mi absolute euro. It is well to tako a purgative at least once' or twice a month as a preventive of disease, and as tho Bitters nro entirely vegetable, and are mado wish tlio greatest care, wo know them to bo the safest and inos effec tive purgative ever introduced to tho public Thoy havo boon sold iu this countiy for over 50 years, and have in that timo attaiuod an unprecedented popularity. 1 Oxley 'Hotel, OXLEY. BEGS to ifiform his friends tliat in conjunction with the above Hotel, ho has Opened the Store known us the . OXLKY STORE, under tho manage ment of HARRY LEE. A, W. HARTL1ND, 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., Coach Proprietors, : B ALEANALD i , - ' AND' I SWAN HILL. : ' fiALRAtfALS TO HAY, Holiday ? ... ... 10 a. m.- ? Wedn...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
England v. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Englandl v.' Australian i ©NrWIiit Monday the Bishop 'of' Syd ney .delivered a lecture at King's Gol Jvge, Konsinyf on, London, theaudienoe being mostly composed of- ladies.. The' lecturer took an his'subject 'Tfie New Englinils ofthe Sou i h ; Their prospects »nd Duties.1.' Bishop Barry mostly devoted his remarks to. New South j W-iiles in- particular ; and in doing so -pictured- to ms- audience the relative comparisons of vice in England and AiUstralia, the deductions arrived at by the Bishop Hot being-' particularly .flat tering to the Cohuiies. It; iaii great pity that those who have only been just a little- time iu our Southern land, should tihiiik it fit to place 'before a : West Ehdi assemblage such coiiclnaions as were asrived at. The ? ' Sydney Morning Herald'' of Saturday, 9th inst wjyoeta the speech ia full, uud iu the ? into issue reviews it rather good tem porarily, but very antagonistically. Aus tralia may lie bad, but we question if m Assize Calendar in these colonies...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Shrewd Mrs. Penuckle.— ' I didn't al ways plough the earth for a living,' said Farmer Penuckle. 'I wns once a wine mer chant's clerk in Melbourne. I married young, and my wife, who is sitting there now, with the reputation of being as good a farmer's wife as there is. in the country, made just as good a mate for a hard-up clerk then. Like many young couples we had purchased furni ture in instalments, and we were not able to pay all the sums as they fell due. Every thing seemed to be going against us, and our liltle girl was sick. When I came home early one Saturday afternoon and found crape hanging to my door bell. My heart was in my mouth and tears choked me as I met my wife, ? ' ' So dear little Minnie is gone I ''I said. ''Minnie gone 1 ' said my wife. 'Oh, no. But the broker's man will be round in a minute to seize the furniture, and I thought possibly the crape might check him.' 'It checked him. He halted bis waggon a dozen yards away, walked on tip-toe to the ' door, examined ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. L. & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

?- ? ? ? -- ? B i I* & Debating Society. TThv follow! rig ia tlu» paper vend at JW above meeting by Dr.- Lawson r — Thb ' CoKoiv nf Anhtalsi.- EaPEciAtLr . Man' in' Relation' Tb Climate;. ! The color of animals ia one of many | (muxes iictinsr in uiiiaon, which regulate i the bent of the body and' maintain' it liC the normal'' standard requisite' to Health, Though I treat of i£' here' as tllie' mentis; do not forget that it ia only one' of many, and' t hat where one ia dei fi'cient,. others- niuat lie' in excesR, or (lis eiise; nnd perhaps death would be tlio result. IT do not intend to' speak aliont the various dincolorntions of skin due. Co diseiiae,- bnt only tbe hue of normal liealt.hy akin.. - Mv remarks this- evening will be mainly confined' to1 human heingR.. Man vary in color from- pale or white,. puRRing tfhrniiph varying shades of brown to- black.. Tfrese varigntions of color are' most marked in different, races. The pale faced nations occnping tho temperate region...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

ffiOCABi' NEWS. _ GooivTkmVlaiis.' — -Tlio Kcv. Alex Hardio has agreed to-preacli at tho request' of the above order,' a-temperancfl' sermon on Sab-- b'ath ovenihg; August 7thj iii- tho Masonic Hull.'- A- special collection orr behalf of the Good Templars will be made, which ia'hoped will bo liberal.. | Concert.' — We'vVould' remind' ottt- 'readers' tb'at tKis 'evening the residents of Balranaid IwiU'Kave'tha -privileso of enioy ine a capital amateur-' musical' treat', as tho Balranaid jDrumatiC'and' Brass' Bittid' Societifes- intond 'placiftgwKappy bill' of' varifety' fare' before tho 'public:- There will ht- - to-night' several iiewaspii'.ints for local stag® Honours,' and we feol'suro that they will be a rtecided'acquisf tion to our local stage','- while we Have no doubt that Balranald's established' favorites* will fully sustain- thoir well known rcputa tioua; The Crown' Lands Act' Amendment BiUr which was further considered in the- As sembly during its-sittings, wa^ reduced (sa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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