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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

General News: r,.Thg Nbrtli' Eastern Vermin Bbard— Tlief Minister of Lands has received tho arinual report' of the inspector of the siboVe board.- It states that'the vermin prdbf fences dividing the ma 1 1 do blocks and allotitient8';have proved ofimmenso ti&nefit in connection with' the work df' exterminating native dogs and rab Uitk' Ail area -jf 1,400 square miles 1 «hiclas'efd within a ring fenCe erected by1' the'iii»lle'e block lessees is now almost f'-ee from dingoes.- Tlie Vermin Board ihd pii id £1' par fitsalp for dver 1000' ? wild dogs. The number caught this year, however,- was not one-fifth-'- of rlie killed in previous years,- ul 'AibliJjh' the efforts- put forth by the settlors to' exterminate tlie dingoes wore greater than over, Tho progress liiado in the work of rabbit destruction was less' satisfactory,- the large tract of scrubby country in tho north oastorn district rendering it difficult to deal with the pest. Rising of tho Rivers. — Some anxiety is begin...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Late Poet Gordon. MEMORIAL OBELISK AT MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

The Lalie' Poet Gordon-. Memorial obelisk at mount GAMBIER. The foundation-atone of ail obelisk fd1 memory - of the late poet Ad:tm Lindsay Gordon was laid oil the 8th inst by Mr. John llidd'och, of Yalluiii1-' p.ark, Penola, who was an intimate friend of Gordon. The site of the obelisk has been admirably selected. It is'neaiily the spot where the poet took a' splendid jump with his horse, Red Rover, but is on a rocky eminence on tbe banks of .Leg ot JVluttou Lake, con fronting Blue Lake, tho road running' between the' two lakes. When erected tho1oblelisk will be'dtaern'able' for many ; liiiles'' around.- It is to' be' 20ft.- in height, and is being erected' on a cite' 20ft above the road level. The design df the obloisk is very handsome.- The tawe^'part of the bage will be' consti'uc-' tfed' of' grey dolomite,- and the' upper jiart of pink dolomite, while' the shaft ib' to be cut out of solid granitiv The iUeaof ereodnga monument to Gordon's ihemoiy was conceived by. the mayor of M...

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

Balranaid Municipal- Council. Tlie' usual monthly meSti'ng of the above Council was'' held on Monday evening. Present — Aldermenl Close (mayor) in the chiiir, Boynton Grin-, bam, aiid B irlow.- ' ' _ , . The minutes of the previous meeting, were read and confirmed. . AWn.mfc ti ?lYnllfit.i -l(r tn ft CfR Ra T1.1 wi-re passed for paynibnt.- The fact that some accounts bbing suit in im mediately before the meeting- of the Council, was objected to' by the Alder men present/ ' , A1 letter was rt'a'd5 from Lady Gar jrington bringing under the notice of !tbe .Council the ' Queen's Fund' notf i being raised for the distressed of the j womanly sex1/ it was deoided to call a ' meeting fo^' jlift-pose' of bringing Lady Carrington's noble appeal before the residences.- . _ . The members' foi?' thS' electorate , wrote informing the Council that tenders for ftlie' water works would be called for within 10 '.days.- - The residents of Ballandalla-street : brought bufore the Council the neces sity ...

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

Land' Sales: llr.'- iforniah Loolchart',- (jroWn1 £)inds Agent/ held' a most success ful land sale' of town' allotments, at the local Coiir't-hou&e latit Wednes^ day. 1?lie attendance of tlie jiilblio was large;- and the' bidding spirited, all the allotments (t wenty in numbery with the exception of one, were sold, the bid for i the unsold one coming too late, so it |had by terms of sale to be passed in. The following is a list of the different ^allotments N 1, area 2' roods, ,set price £7 10h., was run up' to' £41', when it wasknooked down to Mr.Mur ? ray's bid, who was tibting on belinlf of jthe Presbyterian Cliurch.- It ^Vas thought that this block would' ba' se 'cured for tho Church at tlie upset' prifib, but Mr.- Menon1 li&wistf had an eye' to purchase, and accordingly ran' it' Up. No.- 18, 2' roods,- upset pricfe,- £f 1'0r, fell to Mrs. Amei'y's bid of £ 14 No. 19, 1 rood 30 perches,- upset price £7, fell to the Rev.- 1?! T. Harvey, at tlie figure of £1 1 10s-;...

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

Epitaplu Stranger, pause, and drop a tear 1 For Susan Sparks lies buried bprb ; ' Mingled, in somo porploxing manner, With Jane, Maria and portions of Hannah I As VOnce I valkcd by a dismal swamp, There Bat nn old cove in tho dark and damp ; And at everybody ns passed thjtt road A Btick, or a' stono, that old cove throwed ; And vlienevcr he flung his stick, or his stone, 'He'd set up a song of 'Lot me alone.' Where, o where, are tho visions of morn ing. Fresh as the dews of our primo? Gone, like tenants that quit without warn ing, Down the back-entry of timo. As Diclc and Tom in fierce dispute engage. And, faco to faco, the noisy contcst wage, ' Don't ceeli your chin ut me,' Dick smartly cries, ' Fear not, his hend's not charged,' a friend replies. Men, dying, mal-e their w i 1 1 , bnt wives Escape n work so sad. Why should they vin/.v what, nil their lives, The gentle dames lmve had ?

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

Bv In 86 Debating Society! Oh* Tuesday the fortnightly meeting* of the above society was held at the' room provided by the Municipal Coun cil of Biilrunald. The formal reading i\f the minutes' were passed, after which the business1 of the society was delivered. Mr. Win: McKenzie was proposed as'' a member. The following* were' duly' elected :' — ' Messrs; Murphy, Donald,- J. Clifford;' .mi/1. A IT. wlio . ; 'We givev in' another' columhi' Dr. Lawso'n's paper,' which' we think ad-' mirable in- tone and seiise. . The- other matters' of a- debatable5 kind covered questions'' ori subjects of a1 variety kind,- such as the Expellation' of- the Chinese,' Justifiability of tlio' Zulu' War,- and' the abolishment of the ' Claw hammer' order of mh,le' attire in masculine' dostunie. Od' Tuesday the' argumentative5 mood* of the society's' minds' was^ nof? of the highest- Literary tenfeion-gr.asp,- efforts' to' debate ' were' pfeculihrly' kept iii the background,' while recogni tion- ef inherent ...

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

The Cosmic Egg. Upon a rock yetuncreate, ' Amid a chaos inchoate, ?« '' An uncreated being sate ; , ?: :s .. Beneath him— rook, ? Above him — cloud ; ? And the cloud was rook, And the rock was cloud ; 'Vr Tho rock then growing soft and warm, Tho cloud began to tako n form; Which issued in tho cosmic egg. Thon the being uncreato On tho egg did ineubato ; And thus became the incubator j And ot tho egg did nllcgato, And thns bocamo tho alligator ; : . And the ineubntor was potentate, But tho alligator was potentator ; The Pall MM Budget says :— Lord Chief Juslico May rbas been replaced by.Lord Oluof Justice Morris, Majr, the ancient, was so doaf that he ie said onco to have summed up tho evidonoe in a breach of promiso case in tho boliof that ho had been hearing a trial for damages done to somo eggs — an invention, no douBt, but ono illustrative of fact. Sir Michael Morris is a witty, cynical Irishman, ono of tho few survivors of a generation that talked like scholars, garnished their ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. JULY 15. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

SaWailald. ^olidd ddilrD. ?Jviri 13: . (tiefore E. L. Rowling, E-icj;, S.M.) John, Laird, in custody, t'eirianded fr'cliii 8tli iiistv, charged with stealing a ? dog tlie property of Williairi Viles. _ Constable Donald deposed : on tlid 7th inst; I apprehended the priso iier' itear Canally; on the' charge) \ of stealing it dog. I sdw the dog ill prisoner's possession. Prisoner said * * ' I havo had it a, lotig time, I took it from Ecliuca.' I then told prisener I would bring hnrf to Balranaid,- as thef dog belonged to William .Viles. I was able to identify tlie dog by the) description! I received. Prisorier then - ' said ' A iiuiri at- the brickfields near * ? Bahanald aave me the' dog. Prisoner then asked me to take the dog; I then conveyed the prisoner to Balranaid. William Yiles deposed : . I know prisoner by sight only. 1 lost di black and tun. slioep dog on' the 4th inst. he followed me into town!; . I saw him', about two clay's ago, in the pos-' sj&sioYi of th'e police...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. Don't Forgot to Mend, Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

iXoiuiitm Won't Forget to Mend, Boys. Don't forget to mond, boys j Tools aro handy things j And a littlo patobing up ' Often comfort trrings. Drivo tho nail of purpose Deftly bore and there; Hammer with your might and main, If you but repair. - - Don't forget to mond, boys, 1 I . Try to make it strong. ' : Mend your manners daily '? liy to bo polite;,. , .Rudeness in a growing lad -. Is ft painful sight. '?aionghncss is becoming ? ':w ; . In a polar bear, ' , ? | But tho making of a man ' Needs some daily onre. Don t forget to mend, boys, - AU: your doubtful ways, .' As so nierrily you climb ' ? V Up to manhood's days. i' iW&SSS6&.. ... Character will brighter' Bhino , If yon stop to mend.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. The Wrong Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

XaMes' Column, The Wrong Ciri. Fair Marcella in tho pnrlor Strung her beads on golden thread ; Played a ' study ' or ' fantasia ' Or a thrilling novel read. Sho was stylish, frcsb, and dainty, . Sho had hands as whito as snow, And she'd quite resolved to marry ' . Only » dear, delightful Joe.' ' T.lt.Hn .Tmm,; in thn liitplidn. Busy at tho morning light, Making olear and frnurant coffee, ; Making biscuits fresh and white. Busy sweeping, dusting, cooking, ' Here arid there, and to and lroj'-' Good nnd fair, but noway3 stylish, - '? Jonny loved 'dolightful Joe.' Now MarccllaWl then Jenny 'Caught the guy, uncertain beau ; - One' dny holding littlo brown hands, . Next tho lianas' as white ns snow.::- - But when listening to Marcclln, I'lnying in tho pnrlor dim, . , n, ; ? He was sure the stylish maiden Was tlio very wifo for liini., Then again at Jennv's table, ? ? Loved nnd honored as a: guest, . He was sure the household, mntduii, Of all wires would bo tho boat So between the maids bo...

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

Soul-Stirring Eloquence— Old Colonol ZelUnt the time when Grnnt was up for the Prcsidenoy and whon the Democratic watch word was ' Anything to beat Grant,' was addressing nn entliusinstic mooting of Corn stock Republicans, when a Democrat, who wns ' hanging to the verge of the crowd,' Bang out ' It's easy talkin' Colonel, but we'll show you something next fall.' ' Tbe Colonol was a Southern Union niu.i of tho ultra school and a great admirer of ,'?? -:t. He at onec wheeled about, and with 1. . i bauds, hair bristling, and eyes fl-ishiiig ;ire, died out Build- a worm, fence around a winter supply of summer weather ; fkim the clouds from the sky with a teaspoon ; catch a thunderbolt in a bladder; break a hurri cane to harness ; ground sluice an earth quake ; bake Hades' in. in ice-house ; lassoan avalanche ; fix a clout on tho crater of an active volcano; hive all tlio .stars in a nail keK ; hang out t.'io ocean on a grape-vine to drv ; put the skv to soak in a gourd ; nn. buckle the ...

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

The Truthful Pioneer Boy. Nearly sixty ycara ago n gaunt, awkward boy of sixteen looked in at the open door of a small log cabin on tho outer edge of one of tho frontiers of the United States, nnd.plea eantly inquired,— ' Any work you wish done, mother ! I camc homo enrly on purpose this ovening, for I want to begin that job at ohopping tomor row, and I shall want t6 got an early start?' ' You arc a good son, Abra'm, to think of the' sound of his voice. ' ' I am suro I know o£ know ono who has a better right to bo in my thoughts,' the boy returned. Tho woman smiled upon him pleasantly, nnd handed him a ? couplo of buckets, aayr ing,— ' If you are a mind to givo mo a lift, you may fill the tubs with water from the spring, as to-morrow will be washing day; nnd then, if you would just seo whoro the cow has strayed find bring her in and toils lier, 1 am sure I would be greatly obliged.' ' I'll havo her pailcd in good timo, mother; never fear. Come, Sallie, nnd ride dowu to the spring.' ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. L. & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

B. L. & Debating Society. The followingjs tho oonolusinn of the piper read at the above meeeting by Dr. Iyiwson : — ' Dr. Livingston, I believe, snya I hn t firat alone will not mnke a man black, Tint tliat it requires hent and moisture. In support of this there are very few negroes truly black. There is a pluee on the West const of Africa, which is very moist and also warm. The natives here are pure black. Any natives from neighbouring parts, who to all intents and ^purposes are bluck, emigrating there become a shade durker and turn pure black. In hot climates, n wliifo man is more subject to chills and c«lds than in a cold nnd dry ono, and more so tlinn a I 'luck man. This ia due to the sudden stoppage of perspiration, and the large-amount of blood that was circulating through the skin to support this porspiration, being driveii into the inteiior of the body, causing congestion of various parts,- e.g., liver, lungs, bow els, etc. This is one reason why a black man will stn...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

Remember Tin's. If ytiii nrii nick knp Bitters will aurely Kid Nature in making you well when all olsn failei if you are costive ordyspoptic, or are suff tirin^ from any other of tho numeioits dis eases of the stomach or bowels, it. is your own fault if you remain ill,, for Hop Bifc. tfer 5 is a soVereigu remSd^ in all such coin; plaints. If yntl are Nervous use Hop Bitters. If you have rough, | imply, or sallow shin, Imil breath,. paiiiH aud aohos. Hud feel miser ol-»e Generally, Hop Bitters toill fcive you fair 8 Veil i, rich blood; and BweOtaat breath; ilnd heiilth. ihatpobr; bedriddenj invalid wife sister; nibtlieiv 01' daughter, can bo made the pic ture of health, by American (V s Hop Bit tbrs costing but a trifle. Will yoU let them suffer T In short tiie^ blirb all liiscases.of the stomach, ^Bowelfj, Blood, Liver, Nerves. Kidneys; Brigho's DiaeiiiJti: i'000 will tfii paid for a case they will not dura ©r held Diliggists and Cliemists keeii; iProscftHte ilic Sivimiliirs i I if ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Rumor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

iMtmoiv Some other day.— Ono could boo by hei gait as she cntcrcil tho post-ofiico that alio knew exactly where slio was going, what bIio wanted to do, and how it would all ond, aud .that sho had no need of advice from anyono - ? on earth. She had a poat-.officc order in lior hand, and sho walked to' tho window, handed it in and sai3, — - 1 I'm in something of a hurry tjjla morn ing.' 'Up-staira,' roplicd tho young woman Who passes out the letters. Tho vount? ladv who know b11 about it gavo her head a toss, looked up and down tho corridors, and then, stepped along to the chief clerk's window, laid the ordcrdown be foro him, and said, — ' I want tho money on this.' ... ' : : . . 'Upstairs,' lio replied, ns he returned it.' ' ? Sho walked straight to tho stamp clerk's ! window, handed the order over a gentlemnii's i shoulder, and in a voice which had tlii twang - of sharp vinegar, sho said, — ' Here's your order, and I want the money on if I' 'Up-staira,' ho replied, as ho -tore off a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. Willie's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

filMecellnneouf?. Wiliic's Wife. Wlllio's wife is a winsome thing, Full of ongaging ways ; And Willie's heart is rondy to sing A cantlclo in her praiso, Sho is youthful and gay, nnd bo Eager to wander to and fro, She seems to fancy an idle life Is best adapted to Willie's wife, Fvory day, liko an honest lad, From early morn till lato. Willie cheorfully toils to add To the wealth of his pretty mate. Hard his labor, and small his gains, At which tho little woman complains, , Who ought to feel it tho prido of hor life That sho was was chosen as Willie's wifo. Willie is gontlo, and kind and true, And not much given to roam, And does tho very beat ho can do To add to tho joys of homo ; Biit Willie's wife, it is sad to see, Is not tlio helpmate she ought to be, And Willie over his tasks must bond, To got enough money for her to spoDd. The littlo woman is laying up . A Btoro of grief and remorse, And sorrow will soon embitter hor cup, Unless sho changes her courso ; For Willie may struggle...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

ISOUSEIlgOlilt). About the House.— Matting may not be tho best floor covering for a hall where tbo constant tramping back nnd forth is apt to break tho straw and wear it in spots. Nor can it bo rccommendcd for use in a dining room, unless proteoted under the table by a rug or drugget. The pushing back of heavy chairs Boon leaves its mark oven on the stout est carpet, and matting cannot stand such rough usage. But in parlors, sitting-rooms, auu espounui v in Biuupiug uparunenis, 1C is far proferable to a carpet. In tho bedcham bers small rugs laid by the bed, bureau nnd wash-stand, aro all that is really needed, oven for delicate people who dread to have thoir feet come into contact with the cold surface. In the other rooms larger rugs may be placed where it seems best — by tho fireside, sofa, or sowing- chair. Matting is In thorough harmony with tho present stylo of cottage plenishings. It is in keeping with scrim nnd Madras draperies, .wicker and Fayal chairs, bamboo easels and scr...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

Fever in New Socth Wales is flirless' frequent among tho Colonists and Chinese tlian formerly. This is owing to tho dis covery by them of the curative propcilics of'! Freeman s Original Chlorodyne. This valu able medicine checks the progress,, and rap idly ourcs-all forms of Fevers and Ague, so prevalent at; certain seasons of tho year in' many parts of New South Wales- By the older Colonists' it is regarded as a Household remedy, and employers of large bodies- »f ?workmen always keep a good stock- of Free man's Clilorodyne on their estates — Sold1 everywhere throughout the Colonics;. In sist upon- having ' Freeman's' only, Bejbct substitutes as tliey are worthless,- Tnulo ' Mark, an- Elephant' — [Advt.J, Fibs XfcmnMKCK — By » short Act or iented to on the 13th inst. Assignee;;- who liold endorsed assigued poliuies- --f Fi-ra in surance can now legally sue' aa cucb gality xu- tla-u omi tuuoen.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

Xnbfes' Column. I Here She Is- — The 'coming womafi' has arrived in a horso-blanket, tucked, looped, caught up in queer places by dogs' head clasps or buckles, lashed across the thoracic cavity with knotted cords, and built up so wonderfully as to crinolot, that tho common eye quails boforo a mystery so mani festly unlovable. She is just barely able to wobble about under tbo enormous weight of that new 'nigger-head' suit, but wears a smilo of bentitudo born of the consciousness that sho is out in the first costume emanating xrom the bard-pressed brain of tho inventor, which is vory nearly used up, nnd is, to tho envy of other people, tho exact copy of tho mosthidoousjplato ever seen in'a feuillctonof fashion. Fashion does not especially pro vide for stout ladies, but stout ladies don't mind a little thing like that, and provide for themselves, going in for tlio newest kinds with a zest equalled only by their avoirdu pois. Tho spectacle of a two-hundred pound hot-house blonde in a ra...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

BIRTH, DiiAv.^'Ai Balranald on tho 20th inbt-, tlfe wife of Mr. Thomas Dean of a son. Wit glibmna fteemtot WEDNESDAY, 2?frt JtfLY,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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