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The Murray in Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 17 August 1887

The Murray in Flood. [By Tislbmaciii's.1 If a patriotic Australian adying Should ba dispos' d to pray, he would not, like Goethe, ask for morn light, but more water. Seekers after the picturesque, or growers of wheat and mutton, a' d beef and wool, luivoall the ©no cry, ' Water, water, water,' If we had only a great ' ackbonrt range) villi sno.v peaks 20,000ft. nloft, we sliou d have constant rains and noble rivors, but that crumbled - down f.ld coastal chain of ours gives birth to none but puny streams. So frequently do we ho..r people express themselves. But they havo ne\ er seen the Murray iu llood. W hat is ho like iu lloodtiiiie, tho all receiver rather than all father of Australian waters? To answer tins question I set out for Echucu three days ago, and dreamed fitfully of Hoods and witters from tbe time the train drew out of the rain and fog and Mel bourne and rumbled along on the seven hours' journey until the signals Were made right for us into Echucii. There is not much wa...

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

The Mayor of Balranald. This week the ' Town -and Conntry Journal' presents to its renders a photo graph of Aid.- Close, Mayor of this town, with the following sktetch of his life, together with an account of the town of Balranald, M r. W, O. dose, the Mayor of Bal ranald, was born in Kelton, Rutland shire, England, in November, 1850 ; and iu lt-57 his family removed to Bttrton-on-Trent, where tho subject of this notice was educated, and learned liis trade as a draper and silk morcer during an apprenticeship of five years to Mr. James- Brooks, of High-street. On leaving Burton he went into the buck eountry aud settled at Darlaston, about midway between Birmingham and Wolverhampton, He lived there dur ing two great strikes, the first between the colliers and the pit-owners, and tile second between the nut and holt for gers and their employers. The first strike lasted about sixteen weeks, ftnd the last very nearly the same time. It was a fearful time, aud many distress ing cases of su...

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

Holloway's Ointment und Pills ? Outward infirmitod— Before the dis covery of these remedies, many cased of sores, ulcei'R, &c,, were pronounced to be hopelessly incurable, because the treatment pursued tended to destroy the strength it was incompetent to pre serve, and to exasperate the symptoms it was inadequate to remove. Hol lowuy's Pills exert the most wholesome powers over the unhealthy flesh or skin without the debarring the patient from fresh air and exeercise, and thus tho constitutional vigour is husbanded while the most malignant ulcers, abscesses, and skiu diseases uro in process of cure. B'lth Ointment aud Piils make the bloodgiicher aud purer, iustead of per mitting ifall into thut poor and watery state so fatal to many labouring under chronic^ulceriitions. Fever in New South Walfs is far loss frequent among the Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the dis covery by them of the curative properties of Freeman's Original Chlorodyne. This valu able...

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

A Trip Through Riverina (JBv this Svdnf.v Mail Reporter) IN BALRANALD, A stranger passing through Balran alcj wonld wonder why tlio town was built in such a place, or what on earth Sept it in exist'-noo. Aft or a resUonco of a few days, however, the visitor will ?tome to tho conclusion that the town is neutrally situated for traffic, that business is not at nil dull, and that for rnterprise its inhabitants aro amongst the foremost in Riverina, and perhaps in New South Wales. Ealranaltl is si unted on tlio edge of a rolling plain, sti etching back from the north bank of the Murrumbidgee. Its outskirts are within a stonesthrow of tho liver, so that during a greater part of tlio year the town possesses the advantages of water communication with Went ?worth and the Darling on tho one hand and Sw,.n Hill and Ecliuca on the other. In a direct line Balranald lies not more lhan 23'niiles fioni tho :\!urray, but by water the distance, of courso, is much longer. A new wharf has been erected, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

General News. Tub public debt of Victoria on 30th Juno w«« i.33, l!J2,]-54. Phil Robinson, in a recent lcotnre in Melbourne suid it was u'.nmttcr of history that no soldiers lind ever been able to stand against n, united charge of the Guards, the Hhick Wntcli, Hijjli landers, and the Irish Hrigsulc. The same wolUknonrn war eorres. jiomlent in lecturing at Sydney on the 4th lust. ' On the War Path' unused hiehlv the Australian Contingent for their axcnllcnca in drill, but nt Hie sume time Mr. Robinson remarked, that he nnd everyone else who hiul been with the troops in the Smulun was bound to confess, '.ml that was that tho members of tlio Xew .South Wales (.'ontin gent wore more fervent swearers than even the Golrtatrcnni Guurda, who had till then enjoyed a proml pre-eminence in the litera ture of expletives ; but lifter the Australians went to the .Soudan, the Guards gave up swearing, and usuil to linng about tho tents of the contingent uud listen. It was a liberal cdneatiou to the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Trip Through Riverina [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

..A -Trip Through Riverina . (Bv tiik Sydney JIail Repoutbk) Tho cli«trict siirromicliiig BhIi-uiiuUI 3ma not tmlTui'ecl so much fiom the rav ngPH oE raliliits nnd drought an tlio country farthor west ruiI noith. Siill tho pnHtorul liconsPRS huvo lind thrii1 slmrt of these misfortuiifis until this year. Hfimestond IcssenH lire nmking their way in the B.ili'uimld (listrict. :uul Tiping within ousty (li.stitiico of southorn mnrVftls, should lie iilih; to make n fjood living out of their 10,000-iicro liloclts. M-iuy of iIkmh come 1'ioni Viclorin, ?where they own, or lire intKi-estnd in, fiirma or stiiliona, nnd consequently will Iwvh someihing to full bick upon in tlio event of ii recurrence of hud senHons in Rivorinn. There urn Hfvenil (inn pro perticK in tho vicinity 'f Uiilnumld, in cluding Puikii, Yiiiik1', Cnnnlly Mo»l'f« and Euston, wliilo fnrtliur nciitli iimoni otliera nre Mr. John M'lnlyi-H'.s Mallctt Downs. Mr. Cupptir W«lili'» Kilffm, and Mr. Kennndy'n Tietihurst Btnlioiis. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

E. BAYIES, Boot and Shoe Maker, SWAN HILL, BEGS to notify to the public of Swan Hill and Kummiuling dis U'icls, that lie has started business in t'io promises next door to Glunny'ti Hotel, and ia now prepared to receiva orders. Repairs Neatly ExecufntT. Workmanship Guaranteed'. Clmrgus Moderate. ¥m. Buckland,. Agent for Melbourne daily and' weekly Papers, also 'lliverina lle eorder' and 'Deniliquin Chronicle.'' Advertisements received for above papers.. Agent for Colonial Fire and Marine [nsuranco Company of Now Zealand, Capital £2,000,000 (Unlimited Lia bility).. ; K,oondruoic,, 'Victoria.. SHIRE: HALL ! HOTEL,. ' K E R A W G. Joseph Gadnseli PROPRIETOR,. Free Stabling, Every Accommoda ; tion for Travellers. MR .. J?A- M B Si J .. M I L. L E R, Tlio Original Great Sweep Promoter, Prairos to inform tlio residents of Ni-w South Wales and elsewhere that ho ia in no way connected with or responsible for t'io person advertising as J. F. Miller, Box No. I, King afcroet, P.O., Sydney. ? M...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Hollo«ay's lJills — Indigestion and Liver Ciiinpluinla - -The (ligc&tuni cannot be long in- bci-iouuly disdi'dtu-kil witlulut llie d.ritn^u ment being jirHui'piiblu ou mu cuaiitL-iiaucu. TliuHC Pills prevent liolli anpluaiiuiit conso (juuilcoa ; they improve the uppulilu, ami with tilt) iuuruut! of cltaire fur SUui\ tlmy auyiiieut the puweiu of iligcniiiin ami nssiaii latiuu in the' Btninueh. Holluwuy's l'illa deal moat aatisfaulorily willi iluianyed or diseasud umiilitiuim of l,.u many oryans en yugod ill extracting uuinialiinuiit fur our todies fruln uur lliula — us llie liver, atonmch uial bowols, over all af which ihuy cxereiao tho moat salutary control. Uy rcaorting ac uu early t-tugo ol this malady lu tli'jal- [mrlfy ing uiid lilxmive l'ills, the ilysijeptic sueeilily reuuured to health and strength; and lira Hal lowuess gradually vanishes. Iteiuembcr 'A'his. If yon are sick Hop Bitters will surely aid Nature iu making you well when all else fulls. If you nt-' costive ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Swan Hill. (FKOli Olilt OWN-GOKKBSl'ONDKNT.) Auutist 22. The river is now 12l't 6in above uiiui mer luvelj and there appeals lo bb an uuubiiul (jiuinlily of iluuU water out on ull the luw-lying lauds: The seasons gnve suuh u very prumisiug prospect at the opening, thul t'armeis it ml selectors were induced lo pui a large amount Uf urop in ; lins flood has caused serious luabce already) and all are lunking up lo keep it out: Should it rise 2 ot '-i niches higher^ it will lie a great misfur tune to ibe ilialiiut generallyi Tlie railway survey is now finished ; the burveyoia having been with us for ihu past turmightj puuiug llie tiuishiug toiiuh LO ihuir caleulalions: . Uur towu has been particularly lively lately, uud one of our enterprising citizens having evidently an eye to the impetus the' railway will give, is launch ing out into three vuiuies, exclusive of the ono he is now engaged iin Hli intends opening a general sluie, a tailor ing csiiiblislimeulj and a boarding-house; a wii...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Owing to pressure on oar space, wo are compelled to hold over leading matter stud other items of local aud general interest. Paika LuKli — This lake is now nearly fall and the appearance of it from Paika house is one of beauty and picturesirueuess. L'rksbyteiuan CllUKCH,— A moetfng' of the managers of the above church was held at the Rev. A. Hardio's routna on tlm OMi inst. I'resont, tho Rev. A. Hardie, (in the chair) Messrs. P. Macphcison, A. Lawrence, It. D. Murray, A. Malcolm, and the lion, secretary, Mr. R. lieaty. The meeting was constituted by prayer. The minutes of the ?revious meeting were read aud confirmed, n connection with the lute concert on behalf of the building funds of tho propound new church, Mr. Lawrence moved ? anu- M j, Muo Ehcraon seconded that a cordial vote of thanks e accorded to Mr. Itobert Kennedy for hia great generosity in giving a concert in 34d of the liuilding Fund, — Carried unanimously. It was decided at the meetin/j.U- write to residents of the buc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

$0 WlE EDITon OP THK HECOKDEU SlS,-^-By perusing yoiir Lake Bogn fepcirt in issui' ui 17th inst, I oliserve t(u\t the iulinbitHtits are ti.uhtiiig (and liftve tieen for sninn time) over a lake, tnown as Lake B.iken '1'he facts are As follows : — For many years the resi dents had a good water frontage, but i; owing to dry seasons I Bo lake gradually '' evaporatpd till it became dry. Then it ?was -Juioiiy handed over to the control Of a body known as llie Aiiricullural College Oiiuncil1,- »£ an endowment. After' a Iittl6 stir, the. residents pre ?vail'ed upon the §wan tlill &'hire Water j. ? Trust to liuike a nnuilj ctttting from the ; Little Murray to the lake. As a result V the lake got foil . (o overflowing in one ?g year, (1886) and ir now as your corros i ]f-ondent stntei-- TIib understood in ton 7*: tion is to nnrko ' Gruaing-blocks' of d tfiis fine ebeet.oS titrre water.- Out: ua |' :* - A piraht fol' Council houorsi and iiti ex M.Pi wua del'o.iled oa account of his opp...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

TELE-UfiUMS.. Sydney, AuarnBt 2'3i Tlio Cabinet liuve decided to offer a Itirge reward for any efficacious inven tion for the extermination of rabbits. : At the jubilee meeting of the South Australian Eiffe Matoh New Soutli Wales won the Intercolonial oonleat beating Victoria by one point. j Tub medical men of Sydney linve passed a1 vote of sympathy with Dr. Goode, and the profession throughout the colony aro usked to subscribe to , wards defraying liis law expenses.. 1 Tlie railway between Kinnia and :Woollongong will be opened in about a month.. ? I Johnson, solo survivor of the wreck of Slio- Duubar, wus presented to the Premier yesterday, by Dan O'Connor.. I Luter. i Mr.- 'Wliittingliam Johnson, stipen clary magistrate, lias been appointed to investigate the nffiiirs of tbe Children's Hospital.. The Sydney constables are in future to be drilled twice a week.. They com pluin seriously of this innovation upon their off duty hour*. Sirs.. Mary Gill, of Inglebutfn Southern Kiiilwuy,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

. ovm' coLtiuf. IVe.do not nectemrih/ idendf'jl GitrSiklt tilth the npiinoiis of oiir Convniioiiilenfu. Allcommimittttionti must be accompanied hy the projier vaines of the .writer*, not for . ^ttblitu'tidn, lid as a guarantee of yood faith'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farewell and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Farewell and Presentation. On Sunday evening at St. Joseph's Church, the Itov. Father Long, who is taking his drparture from this part of the diocese over which ho lias presided, for the past two and u half years, took farewell of his flock. The rev. gentle man in fmyiifc cood-bye said:' — ''He regretted that time being so short he was unable to wait on each individual member to say farewell, and he now took this opportunity to do so, and he hoped Ihatdin-ingthetimc lie had passed in their nuil.it I liut be had faithfully done his duty, and from the harmony that existed between them h« felt sure they had appreciated his efforts.' The rev, gentleman then said : ' I wish you all farewell.' At the close of the service a pleasing ceremony took place, when Mr. Duvid Flynn, on behalf of the Catholics of Balrunaldr presented a piuxe of soveieigns to the Rev. Father Long, and in doing so rend the following address : — ? Dbar Father Lono, Having learned with much regret that Our connection a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. August, 18. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

,| Moulainein. (FROM bull btfjf CbliRESrOSDENT.) August, 18. There has been considerable Pxoi'fS tjinnt in this usually quiet township dtiling the past two weeks over the Strike among the shearers. It is now however neatly over, and must of the felieiis iirS.in ft! 1 1 work iigiiin. Woorooiim (still holds out, nnd the men spein de ttM'Hiined not to give in, so it is doubt ful what the result will be. The River Edwards continues to rise tery. fust, and a large portion of tlie jinlici! paddock is under water. A C0!iftider.il'le part of the country lying between the Edwards and Nienier riv ers is very flat u'ud low-lying and inter fcpeted by creeks, and as these are now nil running and overflowing their banks it is both difficult and dangerous to attempt to ??'..-. travel any distance in ?' tlmt diipction.- The Billa t)oi;g'. is atso rimnfi fast,- and IuiIpks there is a considerable fall before the snow water coineS' we are sure to be flooded all around and through' some ? |iarts of th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein Police Court. FRIDAY 19th AUGUST. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Moulamein Police Court. Friday 19th AuGtst, (Before E. L. Rowlins, Esq., P.M.) Thomas Michael Franks, William Hooper, William Ure, Matthew Kelly, William Lucy, and Robert Rutter ap peared on summons to answer the com plaint of William James Mein, for non fulfilment of the conditions of a certain agreement entered into by them as hliearera, without reasonable cause. The information laid nuder the Muster and Servants Act having been read, the defendants pleaded not guilty. The defendants applied for a post ponement of their caso until 3rd Sep tember next, for the purpose of obtain ing legal assistance, but said they hud not taken any steps for thut purpose, Mr. Mein, the complainant, objected and said, the application was only a continuation of the opposition com menced by the defendants,, a delay of three weeks would cttuau very great ex pense to th« station ; on his part he was quite content to have the case decided upon its merits, without legal assist ance. The P. M.- said, he did...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

'Balranald Municipal Council the llsniil For'lnightjy .meeting o! tiiH niiovo council was hold- on iho 15th ihst. Present : The Mayor, Aid. Griu iiiiin, Hoynton, and Barlow. The niintiti's of the previttus inefetitig \vere read and confirmed. The bunk hook wiir laid, oh tho table and showed a credit balance of £96 is. Accounts amountinc to £133 11s Id Verc passivl for pnyment: f The inward and oiitwartt coifospoh. '. tienco was gliiifi tiir'High and considered. | Moved liy Aid. Boyntou, and secon I . Bed by ..AM. Grinham, that the liiilf jj pearly iialanre-shfet. . bo received and | forwarrieri to Sydney for giizettiil in itb | cordanco with the provisions of the I Mmiicpalities Act. — Carried. j» In connection with \\w letter ivceivpfl f- from Mr. M'Kenzie, of tlie Roynl hotel Aid Bi)vvnton movpd, and Aid Barlow Seconded, thai MK M'Kenzio's a|i|iliij«. tiontolay drain . pipes from his pre hiises to tlio' strfeat chatinBi be granted. — tiarried. An application from the above ap plic...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Commons Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

Commons Meeting: ? A special meeting of tlie' trustees of?' the town common was held at the Se cretary's office,- Market-street, oh1 Wed nesday evening.- Present ^Messrs.- Ti H.- Boynton, (in the chair)1 Efartwell,, aud Pollitt; the' her'dsman was also1 nresent. i The minutes of the previous' lneetingg1 jwere read and confirmed. j The purpose for which' tlie' anove' meeting wall called^- was stated by' the' Chairman tobe, for the consideration of: their present bye-laws, with1 wliicli he' thought! several necessary amendment's' should' be' made. Copies of the Bourk'e, Wilchnhiii',-and! Deniliquin by-laws were' received frnm1' these towns, and were' of considerable' ! assistance to the local trustees in going- ! seriatim over their own clauses: After some little discussion' it wns' thought that under tne' present exist-- , ing circumstances- of the' Common's fund, an nil-round' increase' in the fees charged for depasturing stock was war ranted,- when after careful consideration' J a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Rumor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

\ Ibumor. n _ ? He Wanted a Chance to Reform.— . Four of the tuvdiest pos*ib!o specimens of tramps weio before the Polioc Justice rcoontly. Singling out one of thnn named Donovan aa tho most intelligent of tho lot, his H«nor said: . ♦ ' ?? / ' v ' You four follows wcTo found sleeping in _ a barn. What have you to eay to a charge ol vngranoy ?' ' Yer Anav, mo pardner owns tho barn, and gave us all freo permission to occupy it.' ' Who is your partner 5' 'A ointleman bo the namo of Hnwley. Suro we've been in pnrtnorship theso oight weoko.' 'What busincis?' : ' Wurkin1 an tbo dooks.' : ' What has been tho firm's gross earnings fn tha oight woeks of its existence?' 'Two pounds.' ' Bather a poor Bhowing, isn't it 1' ' Sure, wo had no assits to cbtart wid, yor Aner. And now if I'm sint up tho forum is bushted?' ' Ever been arrested before ?' ' Plinty av— that is, yes, sir, yer Aner — onct or twist. But now 1'vo gono into buei ness, invested me oapital, and all I aekis a - ohancb to become ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, JMacft «mt Station §wnte, Sflalucvs, guu'tfonccvis, awl guild SV^lM, B A Lit A 31 Ah ». ? LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, And puss through the i^istd office, Also appears nt iti» Local Land Court, '* And attend to any LAN!) BUSINESS ; ,~ JUjj^ . ... Entrusted t» tlii-m Full information mid rinrticnlnrs on land Mutters to tin hud fro-n MALCOLM & BEATY, Jjulnmiild. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated fty Act or Council, ISM. PAID UP CAPITAL— ?ffiOO.OOO, with power to increaao to .£1,000,000. Uxskrvk Kiinu— £290,000, HEAD OFFICE : Syusky. LONDON OFFICE : 2 Kwn Wiiuam Struct, E.C Brunches t)-rmi|;tiout New .Sontli TValesnml Queens Bind : Agent* In uFl tha.airicr Colonies anil In (Irciit Britain, America, rndlii, China ; .anil correspondent tho principal ultica of tho worlil, Tha Bunk discounts IjIIIh, Kninth null credits, makes silvanuca on approvi'il sesurity, m'i.'Ot...

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