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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 July 1887

William G. Yule (Late II. Williams), General Storekeeper, Wine, Spirit ami S'roducc Merchant, SWAN II ILL. WG. YULE having purchased tlie ? intercut held by his late Partner W. G. Tweodio, in prepared to supply at LOWEST PKIUKS, Ironmongery, Wine and Spirits, Whisky (8 year old), Grocery, Drapery, And all the othor nccessaric3 of lifo. Hav ing tho Largest, Bast, ami Cheapest assort ment of GOODS iu the district, ho can con lidcutly invito inspection [jvlitHi every satis faction will bo given. AGENT FOR — Dalgoty ami Co., Limited Phocnixjl',iic*Iiisnranco Company National Mutual Lifo Association Wullach Brothers John Buuclo Hugli.Leuiion, etc., etc. A Large, _Stock of Woolpacks and Sheep Shears (Best Brands). MEN'S BOOTS from 83 6d, and all other Goods iu proportion. General Store, SWAN HILL. BEGS to nnnouncn to tho Public of Swun IliJl nnd surrounding dis trict, that he has opened a GENERAL STORE iu Campbell-street, and hopes thut all his old friends, and crowds of new ones, will ca...

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

OPEN COLUMN. tyt do f iBl rieieSsdriht {dciiilfij oilrrfclt'ci itiith the opinions of our Correspondents. Afl corrlriiunicatioiis itlu.it be accompanied ty the proper narrtex of tile writers, not fat pitblit'atidri, bill as a uueirdrttee of tjood faitht

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Know Work at Wentworth. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

Know Wcfi'r fit Wflnt.wort.li. Jlv --m; an Was Tin.-ttR. Tb.-* i-fthl iiioi niiis hir bt»)Uudit ni ?I'/f. t») »-''ir rrvj.^i-ti) f *1 ''Mirt rs tired i, nl wrxiy, ttr I Ion t;!, i t-- si. if p. ? hni-.:,N to -fif:nii ; bt:» nh ni. l ate i-l wiih-d it thnt vif.nM DHtiii.i ? .;!-! t' rep-iM' iliii,' nmriiinc A fie her m t«i li|in:^h' muw» lifo into I b.iiii''.. 'irni » «u'il '-hri-.vcr bti h !'.l ( itb.-'i i-'vivi'l ns, r.tid tln'ti we !r tit f.if^. .iiiulhcr dav withmit -?1. 'Jliis ilnv w s ii.'Asii lirviiled to 1. » **-pr niriid, n here thf* b.il.ilier r) .! ?! br.w I'X ilit'li infir *l-re potie r-u.h, find in the n Itikiuti tbeslit rii i! i t ri'il.s w- !i- In L»li.«n t nlibnucb ini-c Ml.! tf ii.MIS til ll'XI -ihl'«,|)i k. vvrii- stil iiui r- M'hc; to those nf tbe flock. Now, r..; 'eiiriK the t-hi-w, and liritij vi-dlnr*, we ni:.;;ht draw :ittrnt:'H to a few little what ir.T- (???11 nfi'i^ -ilii'.. wbirb t»n Juiwil, and whieli we tliin'^ would in fiitiire ni.ik.-^ the. sho v pass o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

William G. Yule (Uto II. Wjlu.w \ General Stortfkecpicr, Wine, Spirit anil Protlucc Merchant, S 'W AN II 1 1. I* WG. YUM5 having jmrchasM the ? intcmnt held by lain Into Partner \V. O. TwcoiHi*, is prepared to supply *t l-OWKST PIUCKS, Ironmongery, Wine and Spirits, Wfcisky (S year old), Grocery, Drapery, And nil the other ncccssaric* of life. -; Ifav iii^tho I*irtre*t, TTest, ami Cheapest asaovtl. incnt of (ftiODS in t lie district-, he can eon fidrnllyinviii! inspection Iwhcn every satis faction wiJl be given JMSKST FOR — Diilgety and Co., Limited Pliornix Ki ejlnsuranoa Company Rational Mutual Life Association Waliach Brothera Jolin Huucle Hugh Lcimon, ctc., ctc, A Large Stock of Woolpacks and Sheep Shears {Beat (frauds); MEN'S BOOTS from 8a 6d,- and aU other Goods in pupcrtion. General Store, SWAJS' HILL. 1')l\f!.'i to ittinoiincn to the Public of -» Sw.iu iiill hihI snrronndiug dis ti'ict, ll'uit life lias opened » GEN1SKAL STOKE in -Jn ini-liell-nl i-ftit, nnd hopes l.lmt. nil...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

!£emeinl-cr This. ,ff ftixi arfe' sick Hop Bitters will siircly aid Nature in making you well when all felse fails; . . If you are ft'6'stive or dyspeptic, Srar'e siiff fering from any other of the ininiorwis (Hb fensos of the stumaeli or bowels, it is ymtr Own fault if you remain ill, for Hop Bit ters iu a sovereign: rem6dy in all such Cuui t plaints. . If yon are Nervous use Hop Bitterfl; If yon have rough; i iniply, or sallow skill, i):id breath, paint! aial aelies. and feel niiser oble 'generally, . Hop Bitters will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetost breath, and health. ; ' .. . riait piior; bedriddon, invalid wifo rister, ? mother,- or daughter, can be made the pic tiire of health, liy -American CVs Hop Bet ters costing but a trifle. Will yon let them Sutler. ?' . In short they cure all Diseases of the St nijch, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nerves, Killiieys, Brighe's Disease. £5U0 will ba jiiiid for a case they Avill not cure or held DinggiBts and Chmnista keep; Prosecute i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

Lake Boga. (from otiii Own Coruespondujtt) Julr 20. A cricket iiohtfeSt took pliice at L'tliS Bogu Hotel last Saturday afternoon) 16th inst; The opposing teams were Lake JBoga V Lake Charm. The day was very unfavorable for Cricket; owing ? lo (lie wind alld dust . storms that continued without Cessation throughout the day. The Lake Charm captain won the tosRj and choose to bat; but owing to the texcellent bowling of Coiichman and Lewis; combined with some vet'y bril liant belding their last wicket tell lor the small. total of 2§ runs: Lake Boga defenders ndtf wbnfc to toield the willow; and indeed the style iu which tliey did tlieir work left no i-oom for complaint: Their last wicket ? fell for 175 runs, they thus gaining the - Victory by a majority of 146 runs. The fielding of tbe visitors was very poorj feome very good cluiftees being badly' hii-seil; Appi-nded are the results. LAKE (.'HARM:— Fiiist Inning's; J. Miinounod (capt.j, b Coachman .;. 0 1'. Watt*, e Green, b Coachman,;....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
humor. "James and John." [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

^ v /ibiimpr. 'James and Jolin.' Tho other day a number of passengers snt in the wniting room of tho Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway dopot, nnd Bide by side was a dumpy old man with a shiny bald head and hia left hand in n aling, nnd a tall, long-wniated man who had bone volence written all over 1i!b hatchet face. After looking around for awhilo, thotallman drew a book from his pocket and began to read aloud : ' James and John wero two brothers who ,? thought everything of each other. Wherever James went John wanted to go, and vice .. ':r versa. Ono day their mother sent them — '. - ? . ' Oh I bosh 1' exclaimed the dumpy man. , -;t ' What's that, sir 1' ' I said bosh I If you aro going to read, read : to yourself I Nobody wants to hear any such . „ , trash as that I' ! i - ' ' Thoy don't, oh ? I'll rend anyway I liko, | ? ? and I don't keer who listens or who don't. i , And he continued: ' r . ' Ono day their mother sent thom to tho, v _ village store to buy somo sugar an...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

LOCABi NEWS. Mn. HoitKitT Kennedy, the Scotch vocal ist, assisted by Mr. Cross, gavo an excellent entertainment to a large audionce at tno Masonic Hall last night, a fuller report of which will appear in our next issuo. It will be seen iu another column that lie purposes givining nil entertainment to-night and also to-morrow night 'the latter night in aid of the funds of tho Bnilding Fund of tho Pies byts'rian Church), and on Monday next swr will visit Swan Ilill, reaching Kerang on Tuesday, at both of which places lie will give entertainments on the nights mentioned aud we feel suns he will have filled houses at both towns, as tho admirers of ' AuUl Scotch sanca and stories aro monv.' rni-;£Y'muAi! Cuuncu Benefit. — Mr. liobert Kennedy has genoronsJy prnferred his services on Thursday night to give a ^benefit on behalf of the building fund of tlio local Presbyterian Church, when we hope to see a large attendance of all denominations present. The Presbyterians do not often como befo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

miscellaneous. A Whale Adventure.— At length, when within a quarter of a mile, was presented to our viow this great leviathan of old inces santly rising to blow, and at times rearing itself in tho air, in nil the nttitudes charac teristic of rage, displaying to man that, were it sensible of its power nnd strength, tho de struction of thoso who dared approach could not fail to bo inevitable. At one instnnt its head was elevated, and a cloud of f umo issued from its organs of respiration ; it thon raised its mountain-hnck, bristling with tho goad ing harpoon, which it tried to displace by various contortions of its body; finally throw ing itself into n perpendicular posture, with its head downward, and its monstrous tail lifted to a tremendous height, it mnde tho lobes crack by tho effort with which thoy whirled in either direction, and dashed them upon the Burfnco with a violence that could not havo failed to annihilate whatever had opposed its force. On receiving a harpoon from a bo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

imKmAMs. Sydney,- August' 2*.- I Tl'ie' Premier is suffering from a severe cold,, and- is confined to his room. ? During tiie journey from' Sil'vert'on to Broken Hill the horses bolted, and Mr. Abigail narrowly escaped injury. Tho Victorian Kacing CJub Imvo de^ cided that 6st. 71bs. is the minimum weight to be carried- in any handicap fl-it racOi ThePresbytovLfAmiissibrmrysetVoorter Ciiiradhu, has been wrecked at the New Hebrides,, all hands saved. Another suicide by rough oft raits Has occurred at Wollongong. Mr. Haynes addressed a, meeting at Dul-bo on Satuiday on Free Trade and De-centeralization, and had a good re ception;- Mtv Buchnnan tried to re ply to'IIaynes, but was hooted- clown, -- ? . ' 'Later.- The full* cottrt annonnceed this morning that it would deliver judgment on Friday in the cuse against Lewis Levy, solicitor, in .. the matter now popularly known as the Kurrajong land swindle,- whevein the Law Insti tute took proceedings against the solicitor in' question.- I A ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

RECIPES. Almond Pudding — Shell one half-pouud of soft shell almonds, drop them in boiling water to remove tho skins, then stiok them in regular rows ovor a sponge cake. Heat a pint of milk, pour it upon the yolks of three eggs beaten with ono half cup of sugar ; stir, and cook until it tbickcns. Whon cold pour it over tho cake ; cover all with a mcringuo made of the whites of three eggs with n little I sugar,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Queen's Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

Queen's Fund. /. In response lo Lady Carrington's trp peal by letter, a well attended^nieeting of ladies und gentlemen was held ut the Council Chambers 011 .Thursday ev ening, for making preliminary arrange ments of collecting subscriptions far the ' Queen's Fund,' in/nccufd with her ladyship's appeal oft behalf of the above fund now beinc raised for the noble purpose of relieving distressed women. The Mayor (Alderman Close) occupied the chair, and in a few .sympathetic re marks said, that this appeal was one that should enlist the practical sympa thies and warmest response of every one The Chairman here read one or two extracts of reports of meetings near Sydney, handed to him by Mrs. Row ling, as to how operations should be cohducted in raising subscriptions. Mr. Boynton moved and Mr.- Row ling seconded that the ladies present be formed into a provisional committee, with power to add to their number to carry out the spirit of Ludy Carrington's letter. Mr. Rowling :? I think -that ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

'^abiea^oluiWn* - Baby's Feet- — Baby's little foot havo-two great needs, wnrmtb nndroomj and to always securo these, uso constant caro and descretion. Cnro, that tho restless littlo heels and toes do not kick away blankets till the moist, pink feot grow clammy and purple with long ex posure; and when tho littlo one iB older, trot ting over icy floors in winter months, to re member that tho cold soon penetrates the soft hoso and thin soles of baby's Bhoes, and tho tiny foot must often bo brought to the Are, and chafed and warmed elso thoy will suffor with cold. Discretion is what wo need in buying now boots for baby, olso wo shall take into ac count dainty shapes and stitches, and pretty kid and buttons, more tbnn tbo allowanco to bo made for a ohubby, fast-growing foot. See that width of solo and height of instop and circuit of boot top arc onough and moro than enough for tho growing needs of baby's feet and dolicate ankles. Unless this allowance for growth is tnkon into considerat...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. L. & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

B; L. & Debating Society. The U8ittil fortnightly mefeting' of the above Society wus held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening, when a fair -attendance was present-. Mr. Soutlue- was voted to the' chair. The minutes of the pievious meeting were read and confirmed. The programme for the evening was entered upon by Mr. John Clifford re citing with' racy delivery anil corieot emphasis '''The Black and Green.' Mr. Donald- followed,- and- with proper brogue,- and grasp of its varying changes recited 11 Shajnus O'Brien.'. Mr. Hyde 'Treating liiei 'company'' 'to' V' Clareiico's Dream from Shakespeare's tragedy' of Richard the HI;- the exponent of the lines delivering them1 with tragic earn estness und historic pathos. The ' J'ndges in Banco' appointed for the evening', guve their decisions in impromptu questions,; with all thb ne cessary gravity and tine bench decorum that are the fitting requisites of those who- hold 8U0I1 offices of- so weighty responsibility.- The question...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. That Royal James. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

lptoetii*. That Royal James. It happened onco upon a time. There came to Frnncc's sunny climo A Scottish knight, of manner fair, ? Gallant nnd gay nnd debonnir, With figure east in perfect mould, With ruddy checks and locks of gold, With eyes like skies, nnd skin like milk Sir Nigel ICcmpstono of that ilk. Ready upon tho tilted plain, Prompt at a lady's bridio-roin, ??cmost nt feast, nnd first nt fray, In battle fierco, at banquet gay, At court, in joust, in hall, nt ehnso, Sir Nigel found a lending plnce, And wielded sword or handled lanco With nny gontlemnn in France ; And not a demoiselle but felt Boforo his glance her coldness molt* , Ho might have choson, did ho care, From many who wero young and fair. . Less did the demoiselles admire Tho handsome Scotsman's homely'squire— But one esquire attended him, Tall in his stature, lank in limb, With hair of sable, half unkempt, Eyes set, as though ho waking dreamt ; And yet at times his glance was firo, More knight in bearing than esq...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

V OPEN COLUMN. TJV do not necessarily ideiltjfy oWietvd with the opinions of our Correspondents. All communication* must be accompanied by the proper numes of the writers, not for publication, but as a guarantee q/' good faith'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

@fct-s ant) J6nt-0. - ' Old man, old man 1 for whom digg'at thou this grave?' 1 nsked, na I walked along : For I saw in tho hoart of tho noisy streets, A dark, and busy throng. 'Twas a strange, wild deed i— but a wilder wish Of the parted aoul to lie Midst tbo troubled throng of living mon, Who would pass him idly by 1 So I said, ' Old man, for whom digg'at thou this gravo, In the hoart of tho noisy town? ' Ana tuo deep-toned voico of tho diggor re plied, ' We're a-laying a gas-pipe down I ' Bill Nye, tho American humorist, is « tall, lank, Bmooth-faced, bald-headed sinner, who wears glasses- Ho began his career as a writer in Wyoming, where he was first hoard of ns the editor, proprietor nnd man nger of a paper callcd tho Jloomernng. Ho had at first tried his hand at mining, and in the courso of his experiences became pos sessed of n mule which he called Boomerang. When ho dropped into journalism hehonored his faithful, long-eared partner by conferring his namo on the paper. At lea...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, ami station §Mic»tjs, ^alMcvs, ^uctionccvis, «mt «?«nrt greats, BABiBtAN AlliB-. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are pt'ofisi red to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown L;tnds Act of 1884, And pass through the LAND OFFICE, Also appears at tlio. Local Land Court, And attend to any ? LA'S© BUSINESS Entrusted ' to them * Full . informal inn ami -. particulars /.on Xiand Mutters to lie had from MALCOLM «fc BEATY, Balrunald. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITA L — .£500,000, i with power to incrcaso to .£1,000,000. j RKannvK Funii — £200,000, HEAD OFFICE : Sydney. London office: 2 kino wu-mam strekt, e.c Branches throu^liout New South Wnlcsand Queens Bind : Agents in all the other Colonics and in Grcnt Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal cities of the world. Tito Bank discounts JiIIIh, ^rnnts cusli credits, makes advances on approved security, negotiates produce billbuuddouuuicnU,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

Slalranald Hotel (TATl'ERSALL'S) Mr§: M. j. MURPfif' BKGS to nnnotirica to hcrfricibls mid th' p»h]ic, that s!ie hiw iiotf tilfiirtln above well-known Iiotol; 1 I wil I ; .. .ifeiHleaVntir, ;to.^oii-1uut'i1io -bTifi*ju»ds^flt»ytljaj iltjtvo|-oliuu Hotels -in ftfctraolivunc8B''rin'-1 fcomtort. ' , ' ; ? Kvery Attention paid ttf Boarders and visitors; , i . The largest and most borrnnodious lioiiao in town; & Jtylvvte tif the gan-te aUvavjS in -§toch. jFii\st:elass Stabling. I-iUi;;r-?s. itt. J. MURl'IIY; l?i bin ietrcsi!; ? ~~ Amery-s Ccininercial Hotel) MISAHON BROTHERS, PUdfRil-TORS. Messrs. M'Mahun jbro^. i*g lo notify to tlia publie of Bal iunuld iul.1 diRti-ict; tlmt they ImVfi taken the hIiovo well-known Hotf-1; and iiope by giving evnry .-iitteiiiion; tb bi. lit h Toil- hii.u'e of iitpjjci I. Every . iiceoiuuio'diitionj with liotiifc ' fctliiifiirls: Sample Rodma fot Comfliferbial traveller!). ' , Good Billiard Tablei First class fetnl.liiii; Accommodation: Best Brands...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 3 August 1887

While politics for the present are quiesci nt iii this colony, we think the time a fitting one to tuke a hurried glance at the deliverances of two minds in tlio mother country as to 'the present position of the United Kingdom iu re lation to her preparedness for coping ?with any emergency of a wuvfario kiud that may take place at any moment on tlio continent of . Europe or on -the Indian frontier. One of the — if not the— greatest authorities on European politics is Sir Charies Dilke, and duriiig the pust stveral months a series of ttrlicli'S hare been appearing in tlio ' Fortnightly lit view,' from the pen of that writer, on various political sub i«ct»v »o»«fiJatu usually iiitercuUiig at i ? 1 the present time of suspense and anxi ety, as to what- the future is likely to bring forth among tlio great military despotisms of the Continent, and as to the part that will be played by the Em pire under which we live in the coming struggle— for struggle, sooner or later, there will lie. No...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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