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

Struck a Glacier- — A well at Yakutsk, in Siberia, has been a standing puzzle for many years. It was begun in 1S2S, but given up nt thirty feet because it was still in frozen earth. Then the Russian Academy o£ Sciences continued for some months tbe work of decpeiiin;.' the well, but stopped when it hail reached to the extent o£ some 3S2 feet, when the ground was still frozen as bard ns a rock. In 1844. the Academy had the tem perature of the excavation carefully taken at various depths, nnd from the data thus obtained llm ground was estimated to bo Irozcn to a depth oE 012 feet. As extemnl cold coulil not freeze the earth to such a depth, even in Siberia, geologists have con cluded that the well has penetrated a frozen formation o£ the glacial period which has never thawed out; Money Lenders among the Babylon ians- — The greater part of the so-cnllcd Egibi'inblets nre ngrecments for loans, in which 'the borrower binds himself to return tbe amount together with the interest pre scrib...

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

BalranaJd Municipal Council The usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council wus held on Wednesday, evening last, the 3rd of August. Present. — The Mayor, (Aid. Close,) Aid. Griuham, Barlow, Simmondti, and Boy u ton. The minutes of the previous megting were reud and confirmed. Moved bv Aid. Burlow.- and Secon ded by Aid. Boynton That the applica tions of Mr. T. Kidd and Mrs. E, Murphy, for permission to sink cosspits, br gruntadr under the supervision of the Inspector, — Carried, Moved by Aid, Boynton, seconded by Aid. Simmonds, That tenders bar «telied' iof 100 yards, more or less- of Maintenance Metal, broken to 2^in gunge. — Carried, Moved by Aid. Boynton, seconded by Aid.- Grinham, Thut permission ber given to Mr, W, Brand to put earthen ware pipes under the footpath opposite' hia premises. — Carried, Moved by Aid.- Boy'ntony seconded by Aid. Grinham, That £5 5e be paid . to the Municipal Association for ther annual subscription now due. — Curried.- Moved by Aid, Simmondsr sec...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Queen's Fund. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Queen s Fund. TO THE EDITOR OP THE KKOORDER Bib. — I am sure I speak the nnnd of the townspeople, when I say that we were surprised t* seo cesrtain ladies acting us a deputation on behalf of tha above fund. Such devotion we thought worthy of a better cause. One lady bus suggested a bazaar und a bull, &c, on behalf of this fund. Why, in lite) name of common sense all this 5 Wo do not believe this fund will ever be i\ succfHB, and signs ure seen everywhere to lend to this conclusion, Many reusons might be given to show why it is not meeting with success, The name is badly chosen. Again, how~ ever noble1 the motive, which all must grant, the idea is too ponderous to be1 manageable. Further, the expenses will be too great in the working of tlie plan. And what concerns us most ia that we wish people will never see good: done to any in our own town. All the money will go to the centre, and the immediate towns will have the benefit, We have seen too much of these insti tutions not ...

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

Mount. Wycheproof. (FROM OUIl OWN OOUKEBrONDENT.) The Yicloriau Kitilwuy Commission ei'H visited here ou Satin diiy last, und ?were interviewed by the local Progress Committee, when the question of in creuBed plutfoim uccouiiuodution, a new Btulion, und Mtndry oilier rei|iiiremeu(s ?were brought before the OonniiiKsioners. The deputation's wuiiIb were fuvontUy eanaiderrd, Mr. Speight ucceding to their request in ulmoat everything they nuked for. Great preparations nre being mude. l*m- tliu l.mul A iii'iiMilfm ill Rlmw f.n I held on the 6th Sept., and every effort is being put forward to ensure a suc cess. '1 he price list amounts to £250, and k special traiu has been arranged for. The weather here at present is finn, bill very cold, this being the severest winter we huve hud for years, but I am glad to Bay we have had an usual '' lui'ge amount of rain, and an abundant hurve.st in looked forward for. Tilings tire very dull here nt present, business is ulmost simpened.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER IV. A FATAL RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Iftovelist DAYS OF CRIME AND. YEARS OF SUFFERING. - *. . ? ^t4 ? ? An AuTOBiooiiApnY. . (Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of 1867 by special permission-) ?.?.?:'\. ; CHAPTER TV. /_' '.'. A FATAL RESOLUTION. During my incarcoration in .Coldbath fields Prison, those of my companions who wore in for. robbery laughod at mo for my. ' greenness ' in bcinjr sonfc to prison foi1 suoh a simple pioco of primitive innocence as making my domicilo in a haystack. I picked up a good many hints upon potting a 'living on the cross,' although tho diffi culty of communicating, I must say, pro vented that criminal fraternisation which so largely provails in so many other pri annn. But I could not fail fn rihnnrvn t-.hiit n-prisonor was much bottor oft' than a ^por — bottor fod, bottor clothed, bottor ;ed. And, moreover, among the pri soners I soon noticed that tho thief's treat ment was in many respoots snporior to that of tho vagrant. Tho man who sat oppoaito to mo, or rather in front of mo, was in ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

Swan Eill. (FKOil OtJR OWN COltHESFONDENT.) August & The Harmonic Society here guve their annual concert, in the Stute Bchuol on the 3rd inst. The utiditmce vus a large one, and the entertainment , gave nuicli sulibfucliou, both Bcenieully und iu a musical fcente. Much naiim lmd been t»ken in leheitruing a number of purt Konyti und boIoh, which were , rendered with much effect by the uietn lieis, The Houoiary (JonJuctor lead on the violin, uud Miss Dielz presided uL the piano, rendering the accompuui nieutrt with feeling uud expression. A number of scenes were arranged with liiuch cure, und vuluuble assistance was given by the leuding soloists rendering bunie cupitul uongx, The putt songs consisted of belectii.ns from lWckri'H cantata, the '? Gituiiu,'1 und chorinscs from the Bohemian Girl ulul ; oilier ' popular operas. Too much pmit-e enn liut be given to the uiciuIkth for thu euro und peiBeverauce given in ki cut ing ? the bucccbb of the concert, und to th« i jiublic for ...

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

? ' ipoettE- Clinngcs. Otiangodl Yes, I will confess it, I Imrc changed j I do not love you in llie old fond way ; I am your friend still ; tiuiu lins nut es . tranged , ? , : i .. One kindly feeling o£ that vanished day. But tho sweet glamour that mado life n - dream, . ? . . Tho rapture of that tiino, 'its glad content, Like visions of a vanished homo they seem— ' And yet I cannot toll you when they went. : Why do. you gnzo with such accusing'oyos ** j/wi» iiiw| uviti « ? o iv a\i ? » vij Old (ttl^V) That hearts, like all things underneath God's skies, ' ; . , ???'.?' Should sometimes feel ilia .'influence of changol. The birds, the flowera, the foli.ago of trees, The stars that seem' so fixed, and 'so sub. lime, '?'????.? .?:-.?? Vast continents and the eternal seas — . All theso do chango with ever changing '. timo.f ? ;' ? :'.?'?...'???.. The faoo, bur mirror, shows' us year on year Is not the same. Our donrest aim or need, ? Our 'lightest -thought or feeling, hone or -fear— ? ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Squatters and the Rabbits To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 10 August 1887

The Squatters and the Rabbits To the Editor of Ihe Evening A'ura. Sir, — With mingled teelinga of ub tonishmeut and disgust, 1 read u report in last niyht's issue, bended '' Babbit Money Swindles,' giving the evidence of u Mi1. Robert Officer; mid, on behalf of myself and my brother pastoralists in the Bulransild and Wilcannin dis tricts, 1 give Mr. Robert Officer's statements 0, mOst unqualified denial, and challenge him to name nny squatter wno is making money out oi the catching of rabbits on his run, while to say that the squatter, the rab bit inspector, und the rabbit catcher conspire together, is most unjustifiable. 1 am a holder of squatting property in the western division, and huve also been inspecting properties in the Ivunhoe district lately. I will give you some hurd, and J think, sturtliitg fiiota as to the way we are making money out os riibbits, mid you uud your readers can calculate for youiRelfK how soon we will retire from the profitable' business of ^uniting in th...

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

Shearing Notes. Moulamein. — By telegram, we lenrti that the Bheurers Btruclc for Union Rules nt Mooloomoon, Mocilpnr, nlnl VVoorooma sheds, but Moulooiiioou lias arranged with the men and continued shearing. Prom EXCHANGES WenTAvokth.— At M r. J. H. Patter son's Gol Giil station (we leuru from the ' AdvKCiite') that about 30 shearers huve stiuek for Union Rules. Luke Yiutoria uud Moonm shells start this week, and Avoca stnrted lust Wednes day with a full loiud under the Btutimi ngi ehnient. Forty-two shearors have been engaged by Jlr. W. ? It. Hunt, l.ibor ugeiit, Adelaide, for Balaclava station, N.S.W, and nre Jen route for their destination. They ure till mm uliion men and engaged at 20s per 100. Back Country.— Clare, Till Till, Muilirld und Mnnl'ied are now shenring under Union Eulep. Abbotsford un-J TicchurRt sheds wefe on strike lust week, und Kilfeia shed sturted with n few, but are now at u stiind still. HaY.— A large amount of correspon dence appear* in the Hay ' Standard' ...

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

The Commons Act. The folfowing new regulations biive Ijcoii issiiol by tlie Depm tSmaut : — I. The ti-usteoa of any common wlio ahiill iillow the right of extended p»8 tui'nge t» any aninmls iiolimlEy m use by bt-nu4ulo currier, toniiuilcru, truvol llerayor ih'ovoia -for oHi-ringor ricling or driving, on such common, inny donninij oml recoivo from the owiiei'H or pnrHoiiH i asmigw of suoli uiiimuls, fee f r aucli rtn -i iitf:ian uh i'ilImh not fiXCUtidlllS bllOSB specified in lovm 3 liuruto. 2. The trustees of any common wli» ahull ulluw any Unveiling stock to be depastured on such common, muy -le- nmnd and recoive from Biicli drovur or puison in charge of sucli stoek, fees for suuli |mhIui»»«, at rates not exceeding thoHB Hpecilied in form 3 hereto for that (ioKcriptiou ef stuck. 3. A 1 inoli fees shall fye appropriated for ihr improvement oi the conimon on wliiul) extended puhlitviigti or tho jms tnriign o£ iravirlling stock shall buve bueu allowed. FonM. 3. Limit of fei!H cliargt...

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

ltvineinbci- This. If you nre sick Hop Hitters will surely uitl Nature in making you well when all else fails. If you aro costive or dyapentic, or are sud ering from any other of tho numerous ilia casus of the stomach or buwulu, it is your own fault if you rumnin ill, for Hop Bit ters ia a soveiuijjn remedy in all such com plaints. If you aro Nervous use Hop Bitters. If you Imvo rnughi (imply, or sallow skin, bad breath, pains ami nclicu. nud feel miner oliiu generally, Hi'Ji Bilturs will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetost breath, and health. I'liat poor, bedridden, invalid wife sister, mother, or (laughter, can be nmdo the pic ture of health, Iiy Ainericau Co's Hop Bit ters costing but a triile. Will you let them sutler ? In short they cure nil Diseases of the stuiniich, Bnwuls, Bluuil, Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, JJrighe's Disease. i'COO will bu paid for a case they will not euro vr hold Dmggists and Chemists keep. Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If when yon eall for American Ho...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Lake Boga f FROM OUR OWN OOUUES^ONbENT.^ August 12. A huge hieetihlf of rati-paveis was held ill. Mr. Garden,* Hoy a] Holt'!, S-vaii Hill, last Wednesday evenin;;, lOtli inst. Tin' meeting Was convened by Mr. J. A. Walker, in respntire to u 1. liter from the Hon. 11. Baker, M. L.-A., for the purpose of urging (lie I loin, the Minister for Lands, to place Lake Maker tinder I lie full control of the Swan Hill Wal er Trust, and that it lie i.er tilaiienlly reserved for Water Conserva tion, ill accordance with the promise hi-ide by him ih his .replies to the re peated request, of lh« Swan Hill Shire XDuuncilj tin; Swan Hill Watsr Tins', and the residents generally, prlt;!' t'l tl.e close of the last parliumentaiy ses Bion-. Mr. W. G. Yule was voted tn the cliuir. Mr. J. Gray then addressed the meeting, and in a brief speech clearly explained the business that had brought them together, Inward cor respondence! From the Hon. E, Baker, M.L. A.j advising lhat a large meeting Ibo held and a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Oxley. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Oxley. (FIIOM 01)11 OWN COUKKSI'IINDKNT.) All'tlMl 11, I A select pitrty mot- at Satiei's H' t' 1 ? Oil Monday evening, tn drink i he IichIiIi | Und wish success tn Constable Rubin- j Bom who in leaving tlio district. fur Wilcanniii. We only hope the people t»f Wilcannia will appreciate liis sevi | ts«K, f ? - i* lie was an ellieient ofllci-r here, ( und done bin duty fearlessly and tin . fil-orH. Dining his short may liere J ha has made many friends who will not j 6 Kin forget liini. He was not one of I tliom; |-rying officials so often found among -I those gentlemen wearing Hoi Majesty's badge. May liis successor prove us valuable un acquisition to our township, as we nil regret (lie loss til Constable li'il-inson from ht-l'ei

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

' ' Ibunior. ' A Noncommittal Man.— Wo havo just x v now 'scon a non-comniittnlist — a corididjonnl . . - mnn, who wns never known to give an un conditional assent to nny proposition, bow over self-evident. As an illustration of his charaotor, we willgivenn imnginarydlaloguo In which be iB designated for tbe sako of con vonicncc, by the namo of White. ' ' A beautiful morning, Mr. White,' wo rc- . marked on one occasion. ' - - 'res,' Baid he, donbtingly, 'but I shouldn't wonder if it rained bafoio night.' ? ? ' Your piazza is a great improvement to your liouso,' wc continued. ' Yes, Bir,diut it's n littlo too narrow. I£ it wns, say, n foot wider, It would be just tbe thing.' ? ' In tbat criso, yon must liko Mr, Brown's for bis Is precisely that width.' ' Very true, but then it's too high.' _ ' How do you liko our new minister? Ho is generally popular— a good preacher, a good pastor and a good man,' ' Why, yes, I admit all that; but didn't' ' you notico how askow liis mock-cloth was l...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Bachelor's Soliloquy. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Tbe Bachelor's Soliloquy. I do not like a 'girl that's tall, . A girl that's short is worse than all ; A'girl that's still I would not woo, A girl that's port is odious, too ; I sigh not for the girl that's fat, ? -: And ono that's lean is worse than that ; i I would not court the one's thnt old, Unless, indeed, she's got tbo gold ; . And one that's young I would not wed, For youth is fickle, so 'tis snid ; ? ?? I would not have a crirl that's fair. And one that's dark I cannot-bear ; ? : ? A girl of sense I could not rule, . ?? And yet I would not wed a fool ; : A flirting girl I would not take, ? : . For Bho my teart would surely break ; .. A girl tli&t talk's from morn till night, , ? I always look on with affright ; ? . . I find it very bard to suit, - Because of liavingso much fruit ; ' 1 No pick had Adaini I believe;' ? : ' The only woman then was Evo ; ^ 1 ? But ho no doubt deemed hor a. prize — ? ? .: Ho took her and lost-Paradiso I . , - It isn't cnllcd cruelty to a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. The Benediction. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

flD(0cellancou5. The Benediction. It was in eighteen hundred — yes— nnd nine, That we took Saragossa. What a day OE untold horrors I I wns sorgeant then. The city carried, we laid siego to hnusos, All shut up close, and with a treacherous look, Raining down shots upon us. from tbo win dows, ' 'Tis tho priests' doing I ' wns tho word passed round; ' , _ So that, although since daybreak under arms— Our oyes with powdor smarting, and our. Uit'tor with kissing cartridge onds — piffl nnff I Rattled tho musketry witb rendy aim, If shovel lint nnd long blaok coat were soon Flying in tho distance. Up a narrow street My company werked on. 1 kept .in eve On ovory honse-top, right and loft, and saw From many a roof flames suddenly burst forth, Coloring the sky, as from tho chimney-tops Among the forges. Low our follows stooped, Entering the low-pitched dens. When they came out, With bnyoncts dripping red, thoir bloody fingors Signed crosses «n the wall; for wo were bound, . In Bitch a dangerou...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Stock Report. Malcolm and Bcaty report having held their lirst auctiou sale of fat sheep at ltalrau aid ou Fritlay, the 12th iust., at Mr. Park er's yards. Tho consignment, which enme from Messrs. Parker stud Duryea'a homo- | stead leases, Glen Krnu, comprised 105 : head, aud consisted of GO prime wethers, 20 I mediums, aud 40 prime ewes, and the b.il- j anco gooil medium ewes. The price of wet.lt* ers at tho salo uvearged from 7* Gd, to 9s per head, aud the ewes from 7s to to 9s. Tho ewes taken as a whole, were further forward thau tho wethers, and as the shoop are still iinprov'ng tho next consignment should go heavier weights than the above lot. VVhat were not aolil by auction were disposed of priv ately tlie-same day, and the salo, for a lirst i effort, catuo olf most succc-Ksfully. Wxt JiilJtrtna Jlecovticr 'WEDNESDAY, 17th AUGUST

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

tCbc Snner flDmt. ' When the American learns how to drink Blowly as tho German does,' asserts the Anguetn (Gn.) Chronicle, ' nnd ent slowly ns Englishmen nud Fronchmcn do, lie will bo tho most c.iyilized , ns well ns the most enterprising, of creatures.' No doubt. But, as n people, It will take us ages to acquire thitse habits. Wo nre too much wedded to the good, old expeditious plan of having our meals spread out in toto bofore our oyes. 'i'lie hotel, with its varied bill of fare, 1ms dono a good deal to stimulate tlio American appotito, but ft 'tnkes its plonsuro rnthor in variety than in quantity, is the opinion-of tho Nation, ? An Amorican drummer, Biirronndcd by his break fast ordinrior at a ' good house,' Is on alarm ing sight to those who do not know that he will probably not taste, nor do moro thnn taste, lialE tlio dishes ho orders. What ho really seeks in bis order is the pleasure of 'having his wholo possiblo meal ' in Bight,' something very dear to tho plain feeder. This...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Tub 11-iy 'Standard' of tlio 10th iuat., in nil urticle on the slieiuei.V union, truly aayn : 'We aro inclined to helicvu that the ollicery of tiie uniuii, who tlieniHol vch are nut Hlieiirurn, and who poHailily are limiting a good tiling ' out of it, are more to Maine than the uiuu themselves, and wo hold tlieui res pouHiblo to a largo degree for the Htuto of tlimgH that cxmtB in thin district. Willi olir contemporary's remarks we llioiouglily cciuoido, as wo aro decid edly under (lie impression that the oiliu erB referred to know more — by close proximity — of mining interests than Lliey do of how pastoinl mutters should lie conducted. Creswick, where the ollicers of the union are situated, is altogether a mining aud agricultural centre, consequently the rules that perlmps would apply to mining usiiges ho far as unionism is concerned, aro bound to he entirely druwn out on dillierent lines to llioso that ought to apply to matters pastoral. But here wo may ask the question — I-Iuk t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

ant) j£nt-5. Arocent trial in Paris bns disclosed some of -the secrets of the dressmaking trado. Mdllo Lorask was 'tirst linnd ' nt Messrs. Raudinty's at a salary of 12,000 fr perannum. She was ninde to sign a document avowing that sho had ; robbed her employors and tbat sho was indebted to their generosity for not having prosocutod lior. This doouniont was hold ovor hor head to prevent her from joining any rival establishment. Finally sho loft hor situation, aud ou Messrs. Rnudinty hearing that sho was still in Paris, thoy pro Jccuted jhor. The jury returned a vordict of not guilty,' .nud conitomned Messrs rnu dinty to boar all the costs. The members Of the Swedish royAl family are fond of amateur thontricals, and they ro-. contly attempted, ITamlft—lha heir to the croxvn taking Iho-laading role, while his sister (tho Princess Alexandra) appeared as OphcliB. But, 'in doforenco to hor sensibili ties, very serioos liberties wero. takan with the play ns Shakespcaro left It. Sho only c...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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