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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

?SiOCABi NEWS. Oh inct to pressure on our apaco wo are obliged to leave over several items of local and general interest Locai. Art. — Wo bare been shown through the kindness of tho artist, a numlier of etchings dono in the pen and iuk by Mr. Lohaey, our local postmaator. To any that we were agreeably surprised is morely a truism. Tho subjccta troatad by Mr. Loh aey are maatorly, varied and- thoroughly happy in character. Lacli picture by ita delicato blending of parts is of the trueat schuol of artistic conception, harmony in tinting being pleasingly apparent, wliilo tho eye is forcibly struck with the minuteness of detail shown in tho aubjoct grappled with. We may Bay that with opinions exprcBsed, by a Koyal Academician, ou ono of Mr. Lobsey'a etchings, na work of the highest order in art, we aie in perfect accord, and we hope that, tho unassuming .mind of u back block artist will not prevent tho worl l at large from appreciating the beat form of -Ij- cidud artistic merit. Public ...

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

ftvavdlci*. The Neva.* | A moro ncok of earth separates the Russian capital from the grout inland Sen of Ladogn,' ?and- through more thnn forty intervening vcrsts of forost land, green nnd wavy witb the trembling aspen, tha biroh, the alder and the sllvor pino, tlio Nova moves majestically lown its deep channel, by villages and clear ings, past scattcrod eommunos nnd straggling huts, between sounding wood ynrds nnd busy faotories, till nt Inst, gliding nlong tbo fnined granite quays of the imperial city, it pours by flv# broad mouths nnd narrow, outluts iu numcrnblu into tha Gulf of Finlnnd. No Russian river has tho_ bounty,' the purity, tha picturcsqueness which aro the nt tributes of this northern watercourse ; yet to fully appreciate the nobleness o,E its aspect In the warm senson onemustbefnmiiiar witb its wintry appearanco and abovo all witness Its vernal emancipation, from the fetters of frost by nkase of the 'lather of warmth,' the Slav Apollo, Dnzh Bog himself. For nearly si...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. MOULAMEIN, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

I'EEiMEUMS. MfULAJIlilJf, August 16, Yielded to Union Hules at JVIooluo iuooii uud Chali Sing, expected to yield at Moolpur. The strike continues at Woorooina ; over 200 men between Moulamein aud Woorooma being out, Ken Keri Uud engaged union men from the beginning, expected to do name at Nyang und BulpooL Eighty bules of wool have arrived from Keri Kuii for the ateauier Barwon. Ivaniioe, August 16, The shearers' strike at ICilfera has now terminated, uud Kilfern starts shearing to-morrow. This shearers having uecepted the following rates of payment — 20s. per 100 sheep, and all men discharged for bad shearing to be paid off at the rato of 18s., the .two shillings deducted to be p.-id into tho funds of the Union. Iiajuligah, Ab botsford and W liyco are still on strike, the owners of the former place have summoned 20 shearers for breach of agreement, the casos are to be heard at Ivanhoe on tho 26th inst. Swan Hill, August, 1885, Four merino rams and two ewes left by waggon to day for...

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

IRature, Bees as Adversaries. Tiiose \jlio have personal knowledge 'and ex perience of bco-culttiro will bear out tho re mark that beos are not particular na to tho size or tho position oE tbahomela which they choasa to dwuli, so that It suffices for them to carry on with security their wonderful opera tions. In their wild stntc cavities of rooks and hollow trees are alike available : and in their domcstio condition they linvo no pre ference for n straw cnstle over a house of wood, nor for n wooden house over a straw oast.le. Tlio bee, which, while under proper, treat-. inent, is one of Inan's br-st friends, proves, when molested, a terrible foe/ Allusion is made fo this by Jl'ise*, in liis story of. what befell the Israelites in their sojourn in the _wildcrness. ' The Amorilcs came out ngainst ysu, and chased you as bees do, and destroyed you.' Tho strength and forco of their sting is such as to enable tlieni to pierce the skin of the horse nnd other largo animals, nnd kill tliom. ...

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

©PEN (tmUMtf. m do not llfcc.i.iurili/ identify ourseltfd With lite opinions of our C'orretij/onilnU.i. All commit iiiattiom must he uccompitnial ty the proper names of' the writers, not for publication, but as a yiuirantec of yowl faith'

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

Shetcbei*. , Beeeher. Something moro tlmn thirty years ago, a , liomoslok Western boy wandorcd about tho Berkshire IIilU. Despite their pic turcsnne -?beauty they seemod petty to ono accustomed to tils mighty forests nnd vnst borlaons of tha West. It may seem a curious thing, but ? the vory ruqgeCncea nnd irregularity of the outlook oppressed biiu. He longed for tin silence of tha grant woods ; the sight ot its familiar donizens ; the bluo lake in the dis tnnco, cildod br the aunBliine or flecked with whltccsps by the storm. In short, he waa homesick — not for homo perhaps, but for tho ' West— for his accustomed surroundings. Of conrso liodld not. know what tilled him. Ho had been accustomed to the woods nnd a gun almost from infancy, and with a gun ho sought tha dwarfed nnd scraggy tbiokets unofi the mountain side i\,i a euro far the nostalgia he did not undorstand. Though h# could tra verse miles of levol wqodlnnd with an in stinct ns unerring ns a homing pigeon, ho was easily los...

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

MALCOLM &BEATY, j&'tiifk ami Station Valuer?, guuliaum'.ci, and S\pnt£, BAHtAMALP. TUB Australian .Joint Stock Bank Incorporated by Act of Council, 1M3. PAID UP cXl'ITAL-^BOaOOO, with power to increase to .£1,000,000, Hkskkvr Fund— £290,000, HEAD OFFICE : SydnkY, ION DON OFFICE: 2 Krxa Wn,r.uM Stiikkt, E.C Brandies throughout Now Sonth Wulc*amlQticcna« Kind : Atfunts in all tlio other Colonies and In Qrcut Britain, America, fmllti, China ; and corrcHpondcnt tlio principal citics of the world. Th# Bank digenuntfl bills, gntnts'L-aali croditsf makes advanced on Approved vccurity, negotiates produce biilBiinddocunii'iitK, tatics ilrufts or letters of crcilit and negotiate, or collect* hit]* jtayublo at any o She above-naiiied place* or ulscwhcre. at currcn »ute». Highest Jtntos given tor fixed Deposits. BALKANALD BRANCH : J. 11. RICHARDSON, Manager. [Gaud.] DR. C. W^PARDEY, M.B., et., On. B., Has Commkkckd Pkactjci-: xu S*W^V]Sr HILL, And may bo CoiiHiiItcd Daily at his...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Balraxiald Hotel (TATTERS ALL'S) Mrs. M. J. MURPHY ERGS to lumounee to her friends mid tho public, that sh« 1ms now tnktui tho ahnvu well-known Hotel. It. wilt l»o her, endeavour to cnnduul tlio -hnfijimss f5*» that it hmy eomjmrn tavifimihly with th$ lending .... Metropolitan rr. ' » , . \7 , ^?*?*7- ' -- - Kver-y ftttontiou : 'paid to Hoarders and ? Visitors. Tile largest amf liioat commodious house 111 town. Winc.3, & .^invito cf fltc gwrntte ntu'ays in 3toclt. .Firsl-class StoMlsitf. M. J. MURl'llY,' Proprietress. A. M 33 K Y ' S Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, 1? HuPltl F.TOKS. MKSSRS. M-J1AHON BROS, l.o^ 10 notify In tint pulilie uf Jiitl ? mould mid district, tlml tlicy have taliiMi the above well-known ILit.el, ami lioim l-v irivinsf every aH-i-iion, lo merit a fair share of support. Kvury accommodation, with home comforts. Sample Rooms for Commercial Travellers. Gcinil Billinril Tiilile. First class Stabling Accommodation. Best Brands always ltrpt. M'MAHON BROS....

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 — 17 August 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald.. — O ? Jttverina Jtecorder OIIice». Tuesday Kvcnini*. The weathor dhring the past week was exceedingly changeable, tain falling at inter* vals, Biuishiue and summer-like days being also tfajcjstl, Monday afternoon beinaj ex ceptionally mild and genial, cluminatiui; in. tlio evoniug by u sharp thunderstorm of a tropical churactor, but tho rainfall was not large. The fall hero for the week being 38 points, returns from Boxdale show 47 points, to-day is quite summer weather with signs of fus\her rainfall. As will be seen in our col umns thia seasons wool clip is beginning to arrive f,om the back stations, three teams from Clare and two from Till Till having ar rived. Stock Movements. — On tho 11th fast, 270 rams, tho property of C. B. Fisher, fiom Yttiigu station, bound for Queensland via Wilcannia, John Henderson in clmrgc. On the same (late 700 mixedfat sheep from Tori fov Victorian marketsT'Ewen Cameron, ow ner in charge. Ou the 15th inst, 2,400 fat sheep princi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

SHIPPING Cramaiu Bowdeu 4 Co. report under dute, lGtli iuat. The Kelpie stcuiner auiled from Ijchnca on the 15th iuat with full cargo of merchandise for llulranald aud Hay. The Corong passed Wilcannia yesterday bound for Nelyumbo, where uliu will load, ?wool ami clear down l iver aheda. The Hurwon ia now loading wool ut VVoor The Wuradgery aaila from Ecliuca to-day for Swan. Hill uud Bulruuald with general cargo.. — o — Permowan Wright and Ctr report tlio ar rival of tho ateamer Alert, Captain Strong from. Eclmea,. on tho 10th iuat for Hay.. Tho liiverina, Captain Bower, from W cut- worth on the 1 1th iuat, for Hay, unci, the Invincible,. Captain Hunt from, llay,, £o» lichucu on tho 8th iuat..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
FROM UNCLE KIAH'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

FROM UA'CLE KIAII S DIARY. Since-my sister, Ju.'ia Sophia, who had kep' bouse for mc nigh onto twenty years, took it into her head to git married to her cousin, Bill Pi-rkins, and go back to Illinois with him, 1 and my nephew, Abe Perkins, has been keeping bachelor's hall. Jnlia Sophia and Bill l.ad been engaged when they was young, but they bad quarellod, and Bill went out to Illinois and married, and had seven younir uns : and when his wife died, hn come East and married Julia Sophia and took her home with him, and I and Abe was left to keep bouse for ourselves. AVcll. we got along pretty well nntil wa bad eat; up all tbe vittles Julia Sophia had cooked for us be4 she went away, and our clothes gotdirty ; nnd then Abe said I must git me a.' wife, or we'd starve to death. ' But where shall I git one I' I said. .' I don't know,' sed Abe ' unless you ad vertise' for one. I see secb a advertisement in a newspaper oncc.' Sow,e .sot down an writ the advertise ment. --Here it is: — ' Wip...

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

THE PIRATE HUNTER. A terrific gale, which for three days had raged off the Bahamas, had so disabled the sobooner Wingfield, cruising in 18—, against the pirates' of the Antilles, that her captain, William Howard— a handsome, dashing young naval officer, of 'twenty-five — was ob liged to run forrepairs into one of the narrow inlets on the west coast of the Island of San Salvador. It wr.s a dangerous haven, as he might at any moment be discovered and ponncc'd upon by the lawless hordes vlio had learned to drend nnd hate his schooner, which had made sad havoc among their ves«cls. Tke captajn dropped anchor close inshore; wherp the rocks were coTcred with trailing vines and the banks shaded with shrubbery, -blooming with tho flowers of the beautiful farnese and other species of acacia. . Beyond silvery cascndcs were seen, flashing in misty distance, and giganti« trees, entwined with branches from which h»n» long, pendant twigs, full of red, bine and white blossoms, emitting a delicious ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. What They Say About Cupid. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

. jpioetvE, What Tlicy Say About Cupid. ? . They any tbe boy-god, Love, wa3 bora ? Six thousand years ogo ; - That over Binco he's been at work' ? - With liia quiver and his bow. I ? Yet how many hearts lie's pierced moan ? while ' . ? ..I'm sure I do not know — Do you? Tboy say bis arrows are sharp'niid suro, And never fly amiss j . ' ?? ? That tho twang of his bow-string, short and . shrill, '?..-'? ? | Sounds very much liko a kiss. ' , ? I But as I never have heard the sound, . | I cannot vouch for this— Can you l ? Thoy say bis golden barbs fiy best, And piorce tho toughest heart', While for the young and tender ones - . He wings a different dart. ' I wondor which he would shoot at mo, Xror I've never felt their: smart — Have yon? They'say he likctb best to shoot From the depth of a sparkling oyo. Or he liideth 1n a jetty curl, ... And whiz I liis arrows fly. , - But when I see tbem I stond aside, J -? ' Arid laugh at tbem whizzing ' by— Don't yon? .'i- - ' ? They say the wound ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mount Wycheproof. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Mount Wycheproofi (From our own CoRnfisPOSTfitST',) Ausnst 10'. Robt, W. Hollingshead was arrested1 on Friday last by Constable Gribbin, charged with neglecting to support his illigitemate child as the' complainant, Johanna Bowlen, who resides at Sand hurst, The prisoner was remanded to Siindhurst to appear on Tuesday. No hii'l l.oJ.w. Roderick Mathoson, a farmer resid iug at Bungeeluko, 12 miles from here, was brought before the local justices, I Messrs, Foreman and Cults, J's.P., charged with unlawfully wounding, with intent to murder his wife, Jessie Matheson, Constable Gribbin proved to tho arrest of the offender, and Dr. Stoker gave evidence as to the condi tion of complainant (Mrs, Matheson). He stated that the wounds wero of a very dangerous nature. The cmii' plainunts depositions were read in which she stated that the complainant struck her with a smoothing iron ou the buck of the head, which rendered hor unconscious, Constable Gribbin then applied fin' u remand i f seven : ...

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

The Mcacon's Wooiiiff. 'l'lit at your age, Ketnrah ; why — ' 'At my ago,' interrupted Miss Bassett, ' tartly. ' You speak as if I was a second Methuselah, brother. I'd like to kuow if 1 ain't fivo years-youriger'n you, and you won't be fifty till Christmas.' 'Five years,' repeated ,tho deacon in a meditative, tone. ' Why, I thought it was only three. Tho family Bible says that you wore born in the vear — ' 'I can't help what tho family Bible says,' interrupted Miss Keturah again. 'It's liable to make mistakes like tho rest of folks. ' I guess I ought to know my own age ; and I'm going to be married, no matter how old I am. So there 1 ' ' , .'I'm sure I hope you'll bo happy,' said the deacon, in a resigned tone. ' It's a great risk to run late in life, though.' ' Brother, do stop harping on that string. If there's any. risk I'm willing to run it, an' so's Benjamin. Land knows he's old enough to look out for us both — bo's turned sixty.' 'There are many 6nares and pitfalls in tho stat...

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 VII. STILL DOWNWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Iftovelist DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING An Autobiography. ' (Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER VII. . STILL DOWNWARD. ; After tho successful termination of the Miltonian Qffuir I removed to tho east ond of London, and engaged an apartmont in Charles-street, Stepney. My landlord was a retired sea-oaptnin, married, with nochil dren, and had residing with him his wife's brother, who was a detective police-oflicer. I believe from tho very fact of this gontlo man's prosonoo in tho little circle into Which 1 was admitted, I was resolved to devise some sohomo for taking tho lot of them in. ?When i engaged tho lodging I repre sented myself as having just arrived from Maidstono, whero I had boon living with my only rolutivo, an aunt. I told Mr. Wilson that I had obtained a situation in the Post-office as a junior clork, with a yearly Balary of £85. I was to have a bed room* my breakfast and tea, and my wash . ing done, for tu-clfo shillings a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein Police Court. SHEARERS ON STRIKE. WEDNESDAY 10th AUGUST. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Moulamein Police Oourt. SHEARERS ON STRIKE, Wednesday 10th AuousT. (Before E. L. liowling, Esq,, P.M.) Charles M'Donuld charged on sum. uions with breuch of agreement under the Muster and Servants Act. It appeared that the defendant entered into an agreement as, wool rollar at £1 - per week. After com mencing work he with others demanded £1 5s per week, which was refused; afterwards ha was careless and dis obedient as well as insulting to his master, Mr, John M'Vean, for 'which he was adjudged to forfeit the whole of the wages due to him, and the agree nient was cancelled, William Dale was charged with tiie same offence, which was proved, and tha defendant fined £1 or three days imprisonment. John M'Leod and Malcolm M'Lood were charged on warrant with using threats of violence thereby intending to prevent Charles Norton from exercising his lawful occupation of u shearer on Woorooma station. Evidence for tha production was taken and found to be insufficient to support the information...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queen's Fund. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Queen's Fund. 1'0 THE' EDITOR bf THE ItKColtDElt Dear Sin, — It was with a great de gree of surprise that I read in your last issue ni letter signed ' True Loy alty,' starting with the unwarranted assertion thut he (the writer) expresses the mind of the townspeople at tho un called fur action oil the part of certain ladies. It is not my intention to at tempt to defend ourselves, as common sense will show to anyone that right is ou our side, even if the ideas of a bazaar or u bali are carried out to aid our purposes, 'True Loyalty' states the fund will never btf a success, and with Mephistophelian eyen sees tho gleam of evil ahead - aud again stating if the motive is good, ' giving this possibility' the fund to work will be t-jo ponder ous. 1 would like to ask has the Bulli Fund, raised and forwarded to a Cen tral Committee iu Sydney been fouud to be unworkable? because it was large and went to Sydney to be managed, or, was it because it wont to Sydney, that the widows of the Bulli m...

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

ISciuenibcr This. If you nre sick Hup Bittern will surely aid Nature in making you well wliou all else fails. If you are costive or dyspeptic, di-are suff ering from any other of the numerous dis eases of the stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill, for Hup Hit tei-p is u suveieign remedy in all sucli com: plaints. If you aie Nervous use Ibip Bitters. If you have rough, i imply, hi- sallow skin, lmd breath, pains and Helms, and feel miser obie ^enoridly, Hop Hitlers will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetast breath, anil lieallh. JTIiat poor, budriddeu, invalid wifo sister, mother, or daughter, enn hu made tiie pie tureof health, liy American C'o's Hop Hit ters costing but a tntle. Will you let tliein sull'ur ? In short they Oaro all Diseases of the stomach, Bowels, Hiood, Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, Hiighe'a Disease. i'GOO will bo paid for a chso they will not euro #r held Diuggists and Chemists keep, Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If v lien you call for Anieiican...

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Swan Hill. August 15. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

Swan Hill. (PROM Otflt OWN CtmKESPONDENT.)' August 15. ilio annual meeting of subscribers tcf the local hospital was held in the Hoard! Room on the 28th July. The advert tisement convening the meeting1 fi'avinqf been read, the election of president^ vice president, and a treasurer was proceeded with.- President — Mr. Rd, Hughes, J.P. Vice-Presidefct M r, Wm. Wood, J.P. ; Treasurer:- Rev. Geo. Mathers. After the reading of the annual re' port of the committo of management, the sumo was put to the meeting unci carried. The election of Directors in place of thoso retiring wa3 then proceeded with1 and resulted as follows f— Members — Messrs Geo. T. MaddisoiY, William! Yule,- David Wyse, George Christie,. Walter Smith, Andrew Macredie, J. A. Dennis, Robert Hastings, Samuof Legge, A. M'Donald, Peter Anderson, John' Makepeace, W. C. Garden. (J. H.- Dennis, Geo. Lawrence, A. T. Cres-' wick and James' Long. Dr. J. II. Boyd and Dr. Gregory wei'e elected honorary Medical officers. Messrs. Chas...

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