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

£| Balranald Hotel r^ (TATTERS ALL'S) %l Mrs; M. J. MURPHY ?'? # ifiRGS to nnnoiiiico to her frinniin and tli-j %*- J5 prililic, tlut rIib has now tnk.-n tho 138?^ above wuir-knritt-n Hotel: It will bo. her fSSfc. fendcavnur to comluul tliu'.iiiihhi'-ss bh that §I-3^U - St may- compare .favourably £$1. the fowling a .comfort. - . ? . * Every attention paid to Boarders and Visitors. Tho largoBt uud moat connnodious bouse in town: WiM$, ,g«riSfT#nhitisi it tft* f^tgiviimte always in £tock. jPiret-elass Stabling. ESHtiiirds. M. J. MUlil'HYj I'lOiniutroaB. Commercial Hotei, M'MAHON BROTHERS, FltOPIttKTOUS. ti|e§sbs. ii-MAiroN Bros, tisg XtI. to notify to Uib pulilie of Bul l-tumid and district, that they lmve taken iho nliove well-known Hnicl, and Lope by giving every nttiiiuon, to hici-it tt fair shine of support. JSvdry accounuoihaioiij with homo tonifoi-1.8: SampU itooins for ComrtierBial 'Travellers. Good Billiards Table. First class jStitliling Aocninmodntion. Best Brands always ke...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverian Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Ifittrina Jlecorder Office, Taosday Evening. During tho past week the weather has beon of a most pleasant nature, mild '.lid sunny, just tho sort of weather to make the grasb mill all other herbage spring up with rapidity, and it is under these circumstances, unnecessary to say that nature's garb never looked better. To-day it looked as if wo would have a further rainfall, but after afew drops fell, it cleared up, and tho sky is again cloudless, but still rain uppeurs to be hanging about. Shearing. — A great deal of annoyance anil nnplcasaiituess is being caused in the Moula mciu district through the strained relations (owing to the Union rules) between employ ers and employees. Shearing started at Canally on Priday, and will start at l'uiku. tomorrow, and Yungu on the 1st of Septcm her Wool — Fonr teams arrived from Clare to day, and two from Till Till. Stock Movements— 1(100 fat wethers the property of Messrs Kerry, Campboll & Co. crossed hero on tlio ...

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

SHIPPING Cramsio, Bowden & Co. roport nudor dater 2Srd inst. The Kelpie arrived hero on Thursday from Eclmcn, and sailed for Hay on the following day mid arriving there this morning; she will loud wool when discharged and clear river sheds. The Wararfgery arrived here on Friday with general cargo, nnd sailed again for Kchucaon Monday morning. Tlie Barwim sailed from Monlamein cm Saturday. ovening with Wooroomm and Keri Keri wools, the first of the season, and will clear Cnuli Sing and Moolpa sheda en route to Echuca, Tho Lancashire Lass and Rodney steamers aro now loading at Kclniea, the former for Bulnuuld and Hay, and the latter for Went worth and Wilcannia.

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

fliMsccUancous. To bo Remembered. Thorn's a 3 car io bo remembered When your oye3 first lookud in mine, And I felt my hcatt outreaohing, Liko tbo tecdrib of n vine. Then tha world grow full of-RUnehino, And tho Heaven abovo seemed near ; And I hoped with words unBpokcn— Need 1 tell you, lovo tha year ? There's a day to bo remembered Whon your lips wero prossod to mine. And I felt my pulses beating To a measure holy, divino : It wan bliss to lean upon you Liko a ohild who, tired with play, NcfltlcB closely to its mothor — Need I tell you, lovo, tho day ? There's an hour to bo roraembcred When your soul waa pledged to mine, And a perfect satisfaction Seemed rpy being to enshrine, Love was life, and lifo was loving ; Eich was autumn leaf and flower ; Two as ono henceforth, forever — Need I tell you lovo tho hour? Wednesday Weddings-— Why is it that Wednesday is tbo favorilo day of tho seven on whiah most weddings aro oelebrated? I counted in a daily newspaper no less than nino notioos ...

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

ffiatiuv* BEo.w Lightning is Kindled. The observations of meteorologists show that tha vapor which ascends in an invisible state from tho pround carries.with it, in oalm and fino weather, into tbu hi(jhcr regiouo ot tho air n very considerable supply of positivo eloottioity. Haoh minute partiolo that goos up bears itB own portion of tho load. Whon, however, tho invisible vapor has mountod into very high regions j)f tho nir, it Iogos Us invisibility, nnd is condensed into visible mist, as has already been oxplaincd in dotail. Numerous particlcuof tha aqueous mibstanco are drawn closo to(;okbor,and grouped into the form of vealoles or globules. Esch one of these is tkon n reservoir or reoeptaolo sf eleo trio force, and an moro and moro watery vehicles aro condensed moro and moro oloc trioity is collected in ths Gathering rniat; but caoh of tho water globules is still enveloped by a upaco of cleur air. In a drifting oloud tho mitt Bpsoka can bo diccernod floating along with transparent...

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

Song of the Rejected. I will uo longer sue my Huo, My suit is spurned and oft deniod ; Tho same slim prudo is lovely Pruo, And Mollio,is unmollified. Dolia no moro with mo will deal Although she holds my heart in snare, I cannot make Ophelia feel The darts that she has planted thore. Mabel I'm ablo to bo freo ' I'rorn you, no moro I am your slavo, -And Graco, unless you smile on mo,' I shall go gracolees to tbo gravo. My Flora's heart will not o'orflow To my half-orazed appeals at all ; And Minnio's most emphatic ' No,' It strikes rao liko a miuio ball. And although Dora I odoro Yot she for ma will never oaro ; Though Cora pierced my bosom's coro Shu will not hcod.niy suppliant prayor. And Mnud is modest when I'm near, My piosenco she cannot abido, And in regard to Clnrn, dear, My mind is still unclarificd. And Winnio I can never win, And Carrie's heart won't carry ma; And Mary, though with constant din I plead, will cover marry mo. Sacred Scarlet-— Both in Italy and other countries...

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

? ieesa^iut, Industry and «cnius. Tho diffcrenco botween f.oniua and talent may a'-ponr to some mindB as loo slight to to easily or clearly (Huliiiguiehf.blo. Yet between them thero in a genarally conceded difference. But if, as Borne writers ntsjrt, gonius is but another name for industry, then nurely it is no easy task to define talent. Our notion is that genius ii tbo highest denrco of ability; and talent is that degree which is execcdod in value and intensity only by genius itself. Men of genius occupy tho first rank, accord ing to tha popular verdict. Hen of talent arc at tho head of the second rank, when thoy barely fail of worK which denotes genius. Those who possess tho latter arc nevor challenged at to their right to tbo title there of— ccpeoially when their work displays its presence in a marked and indisputable dtgree. Men of talent attract notice, or excite admiration, whenever their work happens to be oic-llent without being great; or when tholr manner indicates a tneto...

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

RECIPES. Dried Scent to Put Into Satchets.— Half a pound of lavender flowers, half ounco of dried thyme, half ounce of dried mint, quarter ounce of doves, quarter ounce of oar raway seeds, ono ounco of oommon salt. The lavondor floworn must bo rubbed from tho stalk, tho tbymo and miutToduced to powdor and tbo olovos and oatraway seeds bruised in a mortar. Tbo wholo should bo mixed with tho salt. Tho salt should bo woll dried beforo it is used. When tho ingredients oro tho roughly mixed tho aompound may bo put in silk or muslin bogs for use. Egg Snow. — Put into a saucepan 0 pint of milk, two dessert spoonfuls of oronge ilower wator nnd two ounces of sugar and let it boll. Tako nix eggs, separate tho yolka from tho whites, beat tho latter to 11 froth or snow (honco tho namo) and put it into tho boiling milk by spoonfuls; stir tho wholo about with a skimmer. When dono take the ogR8 out and dress them on tha dish for serv ing. Thiokon tho milk over tho fira with tho beaten yolks, pour ...

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

ttableo' Column* Curbthe Children.— The man or woman who dors not lovo chil In n is lacking in a cer tain MnillitiCKs which in required lo round out a pcrfcot oharauter. But ono finds it hard to identify with thoso bolovcd littlo ones tbe mil aKEortivoproduot known M joung Aus tralia. To day,jouthful arroRnncarnno riot all over tho land. At homo and abroad thpir claim is paramount to all others. Go to anv watcrinn-plnoo you will, end .1011 find that overy thing of any advantage in it or about it Ib already laid hold upon and taken poupes eion of'by ohlldron. Ono would not complain of thio if it stopped at Iawnx,Biasa-topB, boats, and so forth. But behold thorn at tho table, and on tho Btairways, nnd In tho parlors I It would eeom as though tho interior oi thn houso ebould bo reserved from their depreda tions ; as though tho cldcra, especially tho elders not related to them, hod eomo righto that were bound to bo respected. It tboy have, it i3 not tho mothers of thcao ohildren that ha...

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 VIII. IDE WAR WITHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 24 August 1887

IRoveltet, DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OFSUFFERING. .... ? »-♦-? ? An Autobiogimpiiy. Reprinted from ' The Australasian' ' of 1867 by special permission.) * 1 1 — — OHAPTEE VIII. IDE WAR WITHIN. The blackest human heart that guilt over claimed as its own has still lingering in it Bomo spark of a holier fire than that with whioh orimc sears it. 1 have been com ?? panionpd with murderers of many kinds — been with them when their hours on earth were nnmbored ; I have boon in close as sociation with oriminals of all grades ; I have analysed the mental ohnraoter of each notorious prisoner now in this hulk, and as certain as there io a God, so cortnin in it that ?» ?- nono are beyond tho pnlo nf redemption ? that all Btrugglo Bometimeo agninst tno evil which has them in possession. Looking backward upon my own life with introverted gaze, I behold, through all the course of years that I have olung to wiokod ness, good olinging (although too feobJy) to my nature, and asking to obtain a hold upo...

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

fl-oetn-. * Forever. Forever I who may hear the eound — Time's pnUe forever beating? Who, mid all the daily round Of pleasures gay and fleeting. May measure all ita breadth nnd height, ' Its veiled nnd hidden glory .' What mortal hand should thiro to write Its BBorot, silent ntorr 1 We may not know what growing powers ' May yield a sweet fruition ; Tho Bouroe of all thoen thoughts of ours, Tho soul's deep intuition. Tho dream of thought that o'er us fell By mortals rudely broken, An angel's lips, unsealed, may tell, And voice tho thought unspoken. With broadening aouls, and facoo blight With music's sweetest rhyming, Upprogressslon'fl shining height With feet nnwearicd olimbing, Pressing on, wher'er wo turn, With thoughts Btill upward renohing, We'll pause in eaoh new Bphero to learn The angels' wiser teaching. Forever 1 oh, tho -wondrous thought Of years forover speeding I ?— Eternity with mystery fraught Wo may not pass unhooding. To meet, and hold within our arms, . Tho loved, nb...

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

farm anfc (BarDen. Horticultural Information, — The BOnro«a of horticultural information arc varied and nnmorouo, says ' VioK'n Month};,' and probably no branoh ot industry in this coun try, oxcopt (hat of ngrioulturo, receives so maoh nttcnt'on, mid 13 bo thoroughly and constantly oxaor- ' ??? -1 dieotisFcd. Ever; ono. vonna and 0U1. i.u* onnonuoitics to ao , quire somo praatical wit on thio subject, and it would bo ctranuo, theroforo, it we should not, 09 people, grow in that direction ; that wo do thoro is abundant evidenca. And yet, taking tho country through, tholr number In bo small that it can hardly bo said (hat wo bsvo a olaus of protaasional gardeners. Oar real gnrdonorB, in a professional seneo, aro moBtly English, Scotoh, or Gorman. Tho young raon of this country who aro trained to horticultural work, do not havo tha train ins that those of a similar doss in England and European countrlos receive. Tho condi tions are dlflforent, and, not lesa ao, (ho results. With each g...

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

MAORI JIM'S TALK 'It 13 Now Zealand's turn now,' said tho last speaker. ' I boliovo ho oould tell ua n fine yarn thnt would mako ovory pannikin that ie ia the ' whaioV aa ho calls, it, ring again.' ' Come along boyo, let's fettle again and hear something of our mates' old times. There must be a fine pitoh Homewhere in -ho history of Jim the Maori. Jim wns a f'me-lookinj; man of middle age, with n nattinesFi in tbo arrangement of tho neck of his rhirt and the belt of his moleskins thnt showed he hnd not quite forgotUn a timo whenhe had bsen taught refinement, for Maori Jim had been reared n «entlemnn, and. at the commencement of his rough coieer he had been known as a ' broken down owcll,' nnd got more kicks than hnlf-penco in conEe quencc. But that timo hnd loDg past, ncd ho could now shear with r.ny man, Inckling the worat ' cobbler ' In the shed with nn ease nnd skill nil envied. Xor did his accomplishments end hero, for ho could pilot a team of bullocks over a rough hilly rond wi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

mUlS present address of the following X parlies all of whom lived in Bal ranald some years ugo : — J. S. G; Johnstone, T. Lowcock, A. M'Donald, P. ' Malum, L-. Quirk, M Smith,- and Ruben B.icoek. — Apply MALCOLM & li K AT Y, i la lrit lutlcl Lost^ TI1HB well - known Sheep Dog X ' BLUOJJ 10R.' Owner will be [ileused lo see him uguiu. Sliearing Notice- GLEN EMU sturled 25th inst. i-/ighi mure men wanted.- Station Agreement. JAMES TYSON/ Jun: NOTICE: ALL II6kSes mid GattltS foftnd trcs pussiug oil Cuually und Wuldura runs afler this date will be impounded J AS.- L A W REN CIS & SONS. Gaually, 1st April 1880. ill the North-Western BHstrict Court liiiultioii at JiSalraiialtL CLOSE V. WRIGHT: BY vii-the of u warrnht of execution1 issued liefeiu against llie Goods of uel'endaiit,- Walter Georg6 Wright, the undersigned will sell by public miction: at the Court House,- Blilriinuld; on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of Seplenibeiy at 12 o'clock (noon), Stock-iii-Trude of 11 uw leer, cons...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

§£iu. IN TUB WoilKSIIor.-— To (16 good work thu mechanic uniS'. h:ivu gnuil health. If long liuai'3 uf uoiiliiicinuiit ill closc rooms have enfeebled his hand or dimmed Ilis sight let him ut once, and before seme organic trouble niiii't-ara take plenty ef ! h'. Smile's Hop liittera. His system will be rejuven ated, his nerves strengthened, his sight be come clear, anil the whole eunstitulioti bo built on a higher working condition, licnd

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Shocking Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Shocking Tragedy; ielegrailia i'eport that a tel'iible t ragedy w lis com milled i t IJiiklmlln, 20 miles from Iuvei-ell, late on Friday, oi early oil Sit.urdiiy: A squatter named Wudham Wyndhaiii, well-known ill thS district, murdered his wife and tin to children. It is supposed tlmt he was Sullering from religious mania, und it i& said thai he was uu udvueute of llie Irvingtti) religious doctrines: The uiuracrer says Unit lio cllercu Ins Vic tims' sohls to God lo buve them; He was brought into towii by his brbther; Mr. Hugh VVj-ndhani; iT.P:, after bfe huvihg in a Very violeht niuiiiier; Later. The trugedy i-epoi'ted from loverell proves to be one of the most horrible over enacted in the colony. The details, as now brought to light, ure so sicken ing as to be almost beyond belief; and the home occupied by llie murderer uud his unfoi'Lunaie victims presented a most shocking spectacle. Tho victims had their brains buttered into u pulp; while tho bodies were ull hitbked nnd u...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Shearing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Shearing Notes. In the Monlamein district Woorooma And Moolpu stu lions ure shearing under Station ugi&euieiits, (ho former liuving at prcb'eut 20 afid the hitter u like iiuiulier of in (nt oil the bourds; tho five men who wero fined on the 19th inst, will start on Moolpu on Friday. Nooiong is also working under station Agreements, tlie non-union men being tmmoleiil'edt by llie' agitators of the Uilion, this has bfceli jil'evbiltl'd ily the (hauled stilt! of the Country', the union ists lliiiling it difllciilt to jjiiii iicceis to i he shl'dii. Tchi li'iy Is wbi king under Union lilies; uml likewise Keii ICeii, the seboull biiiibigiimeut of the season's elij) being forwanled from ihe latter st 1. 1 ion on the 2-lih inst: Jn the Maude district the siieaitii's havo struck lit Nap Nap for Union rules; foils men only being left ut work llie others eleariii.' olir after holding mit for a week: Muliirtilu has fllarled liuder tJnion rliles: The cases iu buunt'Klioh frith liie sheah...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. L. & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

B. L. & Debating Society; The iiSuuIy fortnightly meeting of tllii uiiovii xuciely was hold at tin* t/.jiiueil Ciiiliiiliurs on tlie evening of tin: 23rd inst:; When a huge number of members piiL ill an iippeiir.uiee. 'i'lie President; the JLitiv. T. T. Harvey, jrte feidingi The subjects of the evenings debute were varied stud interesliiig, while tile i-ecilnlious rendered were ol uu eujoy ulile kiml. Tlie first. Subject of debate : — ' Which (exercised tlie greatest iiilliencoj llie jness; pulpit; or tlio Mage,' was bpelied liy Dr. IjawKun; who thought that each insiiiuiiuu had ils u\vu par ticulal1 and distinct fuuctiui.sj but that thu press as it whole exercised the Ijieatesl influence. The Oliiiiruiaii hall'nl till; Slighll'Si thmlil aS lu the great influence of the )-ress either lor guod or in some instan ces for harm j the press exerts wonder, fill power; Mr: Ily d' gave duo recognition lo the jnilpil wi'll lis oratory aud eloquence, lining an iiuporlani. institution i...

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 — 31 August 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Riveruia liecordtr OlFice, Tucadav Kvcninir. Tlie wcathor during the past weok gone I by can again bu only Ucaoiibcd as variable ami ciiungcable. Ono or two days of last week were of a very muggy aud cioao nature culminating on Friday aftenuiou iu a sevore but sharp thumluiatum passing over the tdWfisliili. accoinuufiiod liv Vftt'ottd hfauv Khoweru of rain, with which thcae diMtricU liavo received so bountifully of iluring this season. The weather since Saturday has heou of the most pleasant description, cloud* less skies aud warm suushine, just the weather for making all kinds of herbage spring up with great luxurmuce. The rain full registered iu H drntiald for the week is 57 points, Yauga 43, and Moolpa 48. Shearing » ill be iu full swing round hero this week, and so far no tronbJy has bouii caused with employers and employees. Wool Arrivals — Three teams from Til Til mi tlm 9. tli i i.ut ? ? i; i,« Olare on the HOtlt iust. Stock Crossings — 000 rams from East...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Carl Pretzel's Nose. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

T&umor* Carl Protzel'8 Nose, Nenr by famed Hildburghausen, - Where tho Werra gently flows, Lived Hans Gosprcehon Protzol, Mit a wart upon his nosA, His hair was liko dor sunsot, His legs were round ns pies. Ho was big sjmped like a parrel, ' ? Und ho shqhintod mit his oyes. ' I dinks dis gantry's goin' ~ . ' . To dor teivol, oh, mein vrow,' Ho Baid to his vifo Matilda As ho glssed hor loafly prow. ' Dur shildren, Hans, Jemima, Johanna, Fritz, Oatad, Gatrinn, Carl, und Shulia, Vas going to dor pnd,' ' I backs mino garpet bag, loaf,- ; j ? ? Und sails agross der sea ? To tho Powory, und dor Shatam Square In der gtintry of der vrce. I sell der peer und brotzels, . - Und many tollars make, Und von I vaa a Shay Gould, Your bassago you vas dake.' ' Och, Hans, you vas a slianus,' Ills loving vrow she sboko. ' Off you did not como back soon again My loving heart vas proko. ' But go, I backs your aadehel Mit sausages und prcd, .. You might got hongry on der road Pcforo you go to ped....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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