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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Goldsmith's Eccentricities. — No man could have more old wenkneeses than Oliver Goldsmith had, and certainly no mnn -could bo better liked by his friends and acquaint ances. He studied at one time for the Church, but the bishop declined to ordain him because he appeared on the oecasion with a pair of red breeches. Before ho went to Edinburgh to study medicine, he beoamen tutor in afamily in wbich ho did not feel nt home. Having earned about thirty pounds, he bought a horso with tho sum, nnd started in search of adven ture. After an absence of six weekB bo re turned penniless, and mounted on an aged back, His mother having expressed her .dis pleasure with tho adventures, with a recital of wbich ho entertained her, be replied laugh ingly,— ' And now, my. dear mother, having strug gled so hard to come home, I wonder, yon nro not more rejoiced to see me,' Proposing to complete bis medical studies at Loyden, he sailed for Bordoux in order to reach the university by a now route. At Ley de...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

TKLEUltAlHS. SvDNKrr Atrgusfi 2, in ncoordnnce with the views ez pressed yosterdny by tho Premier, tho relief works for tho unemployed are to be gradnally discontinued,. uTtd every fortnight a certain number of men will be discharged, retaining only such hunds ub- arf nnsjaged in rpproductive works, and - vi-iy i-fl'oiL will be made to place deserviii-- men ou country em ploy morit,. Em t tlie systoM' ot |-an|i(jr labor will br. I'sn'thwitJi abundoned. The city council is engaged debating the position of Aldciiuan Poole, who bus taken u license from the council to enable him to curry on \iuvinp works in the city. The penalty ia LI 00 and suspension for three yeurs. The license has not yet broii issued, bnt permit has been granted and work done by virtue thereof. Sir Henry Parkea informed a deputa tion from tho unemployed yosterdaiy that the Belief Works must bo closed ; they were a disgrace to the colony, and a great mistake wag mude when they were instituted, Ou the wuy from Broken...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

??[''. ?.??;©6b0:ah^n^E: :;:: j'|:; Bettering the Originals!— Mr: F. C. Ilurnnnd/lho editor of London Punch, has boon accused of plagiarism, because that in imitable song,'' His 'Art Was True to Poll,', is founded on an older song.. It is based on a song entitled 'Tnio HenrtedUen,' nulhoiv unknown, Ilia ftistvcrsu being as follows : — ''' Ben Bobstay, a.tur of the jolly old sort, Could keelhaul a uiainbrace and luff bnrd npurt; .,- : ? ? ?'. . . ,. 'l And'Bon, ho was smiled on by Sue, Meg and -Moii, ,???. -.. ?,-? . y; .v.'-v .?; ?? ? Uiit nil o'er the world he was faithful to '-.Pool.'.'.-.', '??-'. :?- \; ?''???? '?-?V '?; . : ; . iMtufui to Poii; ? -.;, ' -v ? ;; Tql'do rol-lol j . r:\ Wherever' ho sailed ho was faithful to Poll.' :..-.'? ' '?'.-. .. : ?'?. -''. . ' Biirnarid really did a great 'service in re writing^ thisjisong,^ making ' Ills 'Aft Was Trueto I'oll 'one.' of the most clever and humbrous to which ttio public cares to listen. Another instance of tho workirig over ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mr. Kennedy's Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Mr, Kennedy's Entertainment. Tilr. Robert Kennedy possesses to it decree of excellence, tho grasp of pure musical culture that bis audience are made one in accord with the theme of each delivoranco which remarkaMy shows the true instinct .of genius, In singing the songs of Scotland a mind must bo formed on the adaptive linea of the National Poet who said ' They bade me sing the loves, the joys, tho rural scones and rural pleasures of my native soil in my native tonguo ; i tuned my wild artless notes as she in spired uif.' To say that Mr, Kennedy is a singer of tho highest n.ttural and true artistic development, is only giv ing repetion to the- truest and best order of criticism. His knowledge ex hibits a thorough understanding of the heart — human, wbilo the p/tthotic ten derness not with art forgotten is, de lightfully within the coinpassable re gionsof his ympathotic aplicability. The residents ot Balranald and district had a treat du.iitg the nights of last week that, was hippy i...

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

traveller. . Winter Weather in Dakota— One day quito recently found us- liftcch miles north_of Towner, Dak., on tbo sharp slopes of one of those rounded bills which aro such a charac teristic feature of the landscape in tlie SIoiisc lliver country. Not a cloud is in- the sky and the even, white glow along the horizon out lines the most distant objects with startling plainness. ?' Thb ' sunlight unimp.cded in its (light to the earth, is warrir upon tbo.lnnd. Tho view is gloriousi A scatt3red grovo of gnarled oaks covers the Blope, while from its base and reaching southward to tho distant JIousu lliver. rlaoid succession. of rouuded, crrnss covered ibuttes. with ninny n ernssv meadow; between ..their .'crests. Bands, of' cattle arid droves of horse's arc scattered hers and there, as contentedly grazing on tho rich fepd as if itAVore leafy Jmio Instead of late November. ? But for. tlio leafless troes and keen nip of tlie air, during tlio early morning hours, tboro is i no- evidence tha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

OI'KN 4JOMJMN. We Jo not nentsmrili/ identifi/ Oiiraeforf with th'. opinion* of our C'orrenjioiiUenls. Allcomviunications must be accompanied by the proper names of the writer*, not fot publication, but aa u yunmntee of yood faitk'

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

Science; ; Sun and Earth- — Tbo volume of tho' sun is about one million. three hundred that of tho earth. To give some idoa of this diffcr«nce let us make n few comparisons of some familiar objcutB. . For instance, let tho sun.be. raprcented by a innn weigbing one hundred and ninety pounds. In n pound avoirdupois thuro arc. seven thousand grains and this multiplied into one hundtud and ninety, gives us ono million three hundred and thirty thousand. Now a grain may bo represented by tho kernel of wheat f which was, in fact, tlie original of the grain weight. So you hdvo qu the ono bund the sun, repre sented ,by a largo mnn, and oh tho ' other tbo. earth by a grain of wheat. If the sun were vain of his complexion be might wenrn little i black patch on bis chin, n little lnrgor, ncrhdpB than tho onrtli. Or tho enrth niight_ be a very small horse lly, sitting on his bald' pate. The earth would not be half large enough to make the sun a collar button. A man may gain three to five pounds ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, £twft anrt Station ^Qcntis, Valuers;, SUtctionccvs, and Xniut 3ViK»tsr LAND~AGENCY, MALCOLM & BEATY Aio prepared to DRAW UP APr LEGATIONS Ullllul- tllP Crevrn Lands Act of 1884, Ami pniw through tha LAND OFFICE, Also appears ut tha Local Land Oburt, And attend to any LAM) BUSINESS EuliUHtoil to them Full information and particulars on ' !Lund Mutters to bo hud fronj - MALCOLM -fc BEATY, Biilraiiiild. . THE Australian Joint Stock Bnnk Incorporate! by Act of Council, 185% PAID UP cTp I T A L-£C,00,000, witli power to increase to £1, 000,000. Krnr.nVK Fukii— ii2*),ooo. BEAD OFFICE s Sti-nkt. tONDON OFFICE: 2 Kraa WiuMn Btimirt, E.C Kranclics tliroiiKhoul Now ijontli Walt»un(lQoccn» Html r Agents In nil tin other Colonies and In Great Krltnin, America, Inilin, China ; nml corraipondcnt tin principal citfes of the worM. Ilia Bunk dimounts bills, Brunt» cash orodlti, mxkca mlvaneoa on approved fluenrlfiy, ne^ntlHtes product tills und documents, Imiiea draf...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Balranald Hotel (TATTKRSALL'S) Mrs. M. jTmURPHY BkUS U) Biimmnco lo liter ft icnilt. itml Uitf i.iil-»c,-tti»t «l-o tins inw Ukm tlio nlmvo wclMtiiuwit Hotel. H will \w liir ciiilc avonr Ut c.n.luet tl'.o Imsinww »» that it, may «'-mi|i.'ti-' favi.wv.My witli the leading Mi'irn;Milit4il Hotels in -.UraoUvt-lius' Mi-l comfort. Kvor-y alloult.m paiil to lliiartlera am! Visitors. 'i'li.- largest mul must commodious hoiuo in town. Wiat$, Sffrs, & Spirits of the ajc.st grauds nUiuuis in £torfe. frirst-chiss Stabling. Biilliunls. M. J. AtUIU'HY, 1'ioiiriulruss. AMEUY'S Commercial Hotel, M'MAEON BROTHERS, PlUiPKtl'.TUltS. M15SSKS. M'MAHON BKOS. Leg id notify lo Uio public uf B;il 1-auaUI mid ilimviot, tluii th«y Imve takun tliu ttliuvu well-known Hoiol, und Lope liy giving every ui urn lion, to merit a fair share of support. Evury uccoiiimodutioii, with homo comforts. Sample Booms for Coninicroiii) Travellers. Good Billinrd Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. Beat Bnuulx alw...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Council ? At tho last mooting of the Council, Alrlcrinnu Siminonda resigned hiu ?eat iih Aliloi'luan, on uucnunt of lulnincss ?iigiigomoiits, Now ItHtopayoio Jook out tot u food ronresuutativo I Ike Jliuenmi Jlccavticr WEDNESDAY, lOih AUGUST

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. — o — llivcriim Jieconli'.r Ollice, Tuesday Evening. rr 'I!V. ? 1 » .... it ? ? _....! ? t. ! ? t._ ? ' j.'av--niMio woaciior hiiiuu uur ia»i- ihhuo nas ttoan tlio order of tliu woi.k, and rvitli wnrni ?woiithor flinoo tho rain of ihst SuiuAiy Ithir' grnss is coining on quickly, OBpociuUjron the: sand hills, on nmnn of wilSsh, wlicrn shel tered, it in Hourly a fivnt high. All the ffontagei of tho MiHTinnbidgoe aro ontu'olw aubniorgod, so that when tha flood watorw roendo tlicro will bo abundance of foodl. Shoop classing ia going on at some sta tion B. Shearing lias boon groatly rotardod vuiwitfjii av* ti\uO| uiiUi f IIUu nUlllwUk uiivbvmviwiid bnvo stnrtml, wool having luft Clare nndl Till Till eIiqiIh for Bill riumld. Tho illuming, this ycnr.'iro must sayr is anything but satis factory, Bovoml sheda that hud stmrtodi aro now at a htnndblil). Fuller shearing nowfl vill liu found in nur otHor coluimm. Very fow stock passing now, owing to tho flooded stato of tho ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Panama Canal. POOR OUTLOOK FOR THE COMPLETION OF DE LESSEPS' GREAT PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

The Panama Oanal. P0OK OUTLOOK FOR THE COSfl'LETION OF DB LKSSEPS' GREAT PROJECT. W. J. Gillespie, a nutive of Chicago, who for the last two years lias worked in a responsible position ou the Panama Canal, arrived fi'oru Panama recently. He is in the employ of an American dredging company which is working on the cmuu). ' There are from 12,000 to 14,000 men ultogether at work ou the canal at present,' said Mr. Gillespie, ' but if tho canal company does not soou gut another loan the work cannot go on much longer. There has been the gros sest mismanagement in every direction. The parts of the caual that have been excavated have been allowed to (ill up witli clay washed duwn by the river, so that much of the work has boen done twice. Immense quantities of useless machinery, made principally in Belgium are strewn all along the route, lying idle and rusting. In some places the line of the canal has been changed after being cut, so chat a new cutting had to be made to till the old one. The...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Modern Maiden. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

'. The modern Maiden. She practises her trills all.day, /. Plays havoc with the sharp and flat, At night sho goes , to seo the play ':?;. \ Beneath a seven storied hat ^Throughout tho day Bho does not mind . ? Who nt her trilling frets and fumes, ''? Nor nt tho play who sits behind - ? : .., Hcr.rrioniiincntnl hat and plumes.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Rabbits in The Silverton District. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Rabbita in The Silverton Dis trict-: (Fnosr Sydney Morning Herald.) During tlio Ministerial visit te Sil verton some interesting particulars wore furnished to Messrs. Abigail and Chrke regarding the rabbit question. Messrs. Wade, of Mundi Mundi, and -lnghes, of Kinchega, interviewed the Miuisters regarding matters of consid erable importance as affecting the pas toral properties. Almost the whole country surrounding Silverton forms a part or the Muncu Jiiunui run, woicu like others in tho fur west is greatly infested with rabbits. Mr. Wudepio pounded'a schemo for rabbit destruc tion, which -will receive the attention of the Minister for Mines. His idea is that bisulphide of carbon, which has boon successfully applied in another colony, should be used. The ' modus operandi' is to place bisulphide of car bon in the burrows, and to carry I his out efficient j Mr, Wada suggstlhat tho burrows should bo marked in a systematic manner. This, according to Mr. Wade, could be dono by men or bo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Emperor and Prisoner. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Wj'W'\ Sftetcbc^'-vr . ? - ?? Emperor and Prisoner.. r In the gray of an early morning, during the freign of good Joseph II. of Austria, a stransje scono occurred in ono of the strneta of tbo old city »f ; Presburg. ? Wo caii foriilyo history milch of its dry detail and stifE formality wlion it also records for us heart-touching in cidents of real lifo like this that we have bore tote!!. ?..'-,- , ?-. .. ,..'-.-. ,-.,'? . ...:. .... .' The nearly silent Btreot, flanked by its two; rows- of tall bouses,; most of the blinds and eli utters still closing the windows at'that early hour, was being swept by a gang of con victs, brought encli morningthrough tho. pri- son gntcs^for the purpose. In tbo lino of prisoners was mi old man whose hair and beard were while as silver, and .whoso- ugly iiniform.did not 'wholly hide a certain state llness of benrinj; which ho, however, did not allow to binder his; work, lint in spite 61 his prepossessing look and riianner, '-ifwas to be noticed that on...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

General Store, SWAST HILL. BEG3 to announce to tlie Public of Swan Hill and surrounding dis trict, that he has opened a GENERAL STORE in Campbell-street, and hopes thut all his old friends, and crowds of new ones, will call and see him at an early date, when he will do his best to please every one. Swan Hill, 8th June, 18S6. E. DAVIES, Boot and Shoe Maker, SWAT* HILL, BEGS to notify to the public of Swan Hill and surrounding dis tricts, that he has started business in the premises next door to Glenny's Hotel, and is now prepared to receive orders. Repairs Neatly Executed. ?Workmanship Guaranteed. Charges Moderate. KERANG TIN SHOP, W F.~BR0W2*r Tinsmith, Plumber, Gusfitter, Bellhanget, and Authorised Waterlayer, WELLINGTON ST., KERANG, JUST ARRIVED— A large and assorted stock of Tinware, Luinpware, etc. Every description of Tinware ami Ironware made and repaired ; also milk and cheese utensils, Tanks, Baths, and Pumps (all sorts and sizes) made to order. Shooting require ments always...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Court Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Court Oases. At the Echuca Police Court on Fri day, 27th ult,. D. Crystal sued J. J. Jewell for the recovery of £11 12s 6d being the balance of £14 due to oboun dary rider for wages. Mr. Conant ap peared for the complainant, and Mr. Onne for the defendant. The facts of the caBen were briefly staled, the pur ties entered into an engagement to run their Bheep conjointly on a piece of land known uh the Terricks reserve. A boundary rider named Edward James was employed,, and each agreed to pay halfr and provide rations', defendant to : find! a horse and procure a paddock for the depasturing of t\-e- other huses. . Tlie eottii8el- for the piosocution alleged j ibut the defendants sheep were running i with Crystal^ up to the 8th May, but i this was disapproved of by Jewell, who \ usaertttJ that his sheep were drafted off \ from the others early in January. Some 400: of -She sheep* however, strayed back there- again, and wiis there on the 13th Jliiy. The plaintiff's title to the land ' exp...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LODGING WITH LAZZARONI. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

LODGING WITH LAZZMtONl. ' Sergeant, kin ye give me a ticket for a night's lodging!' ' Where do you come from V '? Toledo.' ' When did you strike town i'. '' Abpnt an hour ago.' ' And you're onto the loilging-ticket racket, already, fh? Tou ain't no professional? Of course not.' ' I got my foot linrt about a month ns'- and it Inid mc.tip for a couple of weeks, so it lmvcs me n little short: but I'll pet work ti- morrow.' : ' Well, you-'d better. There's a very severe vagrant law in tbis State, and if yon c»niv here apiin up you g» to the Work House.' The above ?scene, with, only slight varia tions, is enacted from ten to fifty times even night, nt the Central Police Station, thu finnle being the exit of the applicant with n blue ticket entitling h'ira to a six-pennv lodging. To the gentle-minded reader thi: winnner anil language of Sergt. Mnrtin may seem a trifle severe ; but experience provi;. that in'nine-tenths of the cases it is fully justified. Almost without exception their npp...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Experiment in Social Equality. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Experiment in Social Equality, AH Fairporl believed Hobcrt Freeman and Mildred Fevorslinm io be engagui], nnd all Fairport considered it agood match. Now, as Freeman was only a young, liard-WDiking 3hoemakcr, and. Mildred, tlio orphan (laughter o£ a oountry doctor, it may seem strange that their' engagement should attract public attention. The truth is, (-'airport was a con servative, easy-going village, whose inhabit ants were not too rich or too high-born to take a hospitable interest in Urn jo.vs r.ml sorrows of their neighbors. They were chiefly fnrmeis and small tradesmen, whose nlbcit somewhat bubind tb6a»e in the matter of scsthttic decoration antl the rage for bric a-brac. Fairport bad its aristocracy, however, else this story bad nuver been written. On ihc outskirts of the village resided several families who prided themselves on their blue blood, and held themselves aloof from tbo villagers save on extraordinary occasions, ? when they condescended to minulc in a dignified ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

? ? (';? vv '^;.';/.:.06p^^tovi#.; ? ?'&. \ .? , The life' of Sheridan, senior, was not a \v ?' mornlpne. lie- drunk to ?xcess, and be ran, in dobt to -support liis extravagant stylo of ? ? . livingT'But lio disliked sceptical notions/ nnd held to orthodox Ideas in philosophy and religion. Tom ono tiny tried to 'engage, his . ? father, in iv discussion on tho ddctrlno of necessity. 'Knthor,' said ho, 'did youcvir. '?do anything in a Btalo o£ perfect jridiffo'r * ohc'o— withoiit'motivq, I nienn, q£ somokind ? ? ?!? or other?' Sheridan, who. kiio\v;wbat was .' comiugj'and'dldii't telisb'Buch::d'i!tcus3ibns, nnswored: !' Yes, cortainly.' ''NVhaM Total ? ??? indifference -entire, thorough indifference?'. 'YcBj total, entire,- thorough indifference.1' . 'Then tell me,'; persisted Tom ; 'what it is; . - you can do with total indifference?', '.'Why, listen to you, Tom,'' replied : tho father. ' When '-Tom was a young man he. one day announced bis approaching marriage. His father, t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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