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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Owing to the resignation of Alderman Suumonds, an ' extraordinary vacancy has been caused ill the local Municipal Council. In onr 'columns it will be noticed tbat nominations to fill such vacancy must be recived.ut.the Council Ulnunuei'H seven clear duys betoro the 9th of September, proximo. Tlie fact that, the Government contemplate mak ing a Loctd Government Bill, one of the principal measures, to be introduced into the coming Parliamentary session should, bo an incentive to aspirants for municipal honors, to take increased in terest in local matters. We- therefore hope that when the nominations for the vacant seat ut the local Council' table are opened, that those who have hither to kept aloof from' MunicipuJ proceed ings, will see that this is an opportune time when mora of public spirit, com bined with business capacity should woo the votes of the ratepayers, AVe have heard tho names of several gentlemen mentioned as suitable in every way for taking a spat at tho Council table,...

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

Miscellaneous* Wine and Water. Wine, wine, thy power nnd praise Havo ovor been echoed in minstrel lays ; Bnt wator, I deem, has a mightier claim To fill up a niche in thu temple of Fame. Yo who are bred in Anacrcon'S Bohool May sneer at my strain as tlio Bong of a fool; Yo aro wiso, no doubt, but havo yet to learn How the tonguo can cleave and the veins can burn. Should yo over bo ono of the fainting band, With your brow to tho sun and your foot to tho sand, I should wager the thing I'm most loth to spnro That your Bncclmnnl chorus would never ring thero : Travorso tlio desort, and then ye can toll What treasures exist in the cold deep woll ; Sink in despair on tho red, pnrohed earth, And thon yo may reckon what water is worth. Famine is laying her hand o£ bone \ On a ship bccalmcd in a torrid zone ; Tho gnawing of hunger's worm is past, But fiery thirst lives on to the last. Tho stoutest ono o£ the gallant crew Hath a cheek and lips of ghastly huo ; The liot blood stands in each gl...

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

L«€ABv NEWS. Benefit Conckkt — Aeoneort for the bene' fit of the widow of tho late C. J. Prentice will be- given' ill! the Masonic- Hall 011 Friday evening noxt, 2nd of September: It is unnecessary to say that we hope to bco a bumper house, thus showing practical and sympathetic assistance to the distressed in their bereavement. From tlio printed- pro' grammes it will be seen tnat besides- tlio ob ject for which the concert is given, that the array of talent and the pleasing variety of the entertainment, is of such a character as to make tho oveuing a pleasant aud enjoy able one, Pitusuvi EiiiAN Ciiunon.— As will' So seen in our advertising columns, a grand Magic Lantern Exhibition will -be given in tho Masonic Hall oil Monday evening, 5th prox. For information of our readers we may men tion that the views will cover a space of about 10 feet, the scenes being mostly views of Eng lish scenery iu the faniouB Lake country.- Dr. Lawsotw who was brought up in tho country referred to, has...

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

an& j£nt-a. Song. 1 If ono shall, losing by nnd ohance Hope's fniry glauco Bcgiutosigh; What remedy best rights the'wrong ?? Why, n sweet song And beauty's eye. For moro oan do and win, by grace ?A lovely face Than kniaht nt nrmi. And naught makes sorrow soonor (leo Than melody, That once had chnrme, Daniel Defoe was a hosier nnd tho son of a butcher. Whitfield was the son of nn innkeeper nt Gloucester. ? llishop Prideaux worked in tho kitohen at Exeter Collego, Oxford. Cnrdinnl Wolsey was tho son of a butcher. Ferguson was a shepherd. Dean Tuokor was thoBon of nsmall farmer in Cardiganshire, and performed his journoys to Oxford on foot. Edmund Ilalloy was the son of a soap boiler nt Shoreditch. Joseph Ilall, Bishop o£ Norwich, was liie oono£ a farmer, nt Ashby do la Zotich. Lucian was the son o£ n maker of statuary. Virgil was the son of a porter. Horace was the son ot n shopkeoper. Shakespeare was the son of a wool-stapler. Milton was tho son of a money scrivener. Pope was...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

[?] Sydnev,. August 3-y. At tho Cabinet meeting held yester day, it was decided, in 01 der to relievo the distress amongst the stonemasons lo complete the Lands Qflice without de lay.- Aud the eivil service office hours were altered by allowing three-quarters o£ an huur for lunch y The offices clos ing ut liaif past four all the year round. The Buiigeiidore to Qiieanbeymi rail way will be' opened en the 7th proximo instead of the 10th. n . IIM. I \V. l-i.ilim-t.Rniv 111-n fl.A Rimnuuc. All tenderers lor the iron work of the bridge at Buthiirst,- the1 work- tobe inauu ^ faetured in the colony. 'The'Tfa bitiet hus approved' ofi Mr. Abigail's suggestion- to offer a1 reward I of £25,000' to the inventor of tho best scheme for the ellectuul desn action df the rabbit pest. Thomas Finney received four years for .shooting ut his father at Redfern. The Minister for Works has ap proved uf free pusses to children attend ing the nearest private school, no mut ter whut public school muy iiitervo...

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

? T&ealtfo, Well Meaning but Injudicious.— Job was not tho only man who found his comfor ters ns troublesomo ns his ailments. An in valid who is not too ill to notico anything, may derive considernblo amusemont from studying his visitors. As a general rule, thoy suggest medical rathor than moral re medies, concorning themselves more nbout our broken potsherds than about our souls ; but, liko the threo friends oE old, thoy arc They all havo their petdoetors, and deBire us to give them nt least a trial. Othor visitors adopt an exactly opposito system, nnd ell denvor to console him by pooh poohing all doctors. These 'throw-physies-to the dugs'1 sort nf men refuse to believe tlio verdiot of tho most fninoiis surgeons in tho United Stales wlion it is unfavorable, and they will assure a patient thnt the doctors are gener ally wrong— n remark much to the point when a sick man has just been told by his physicinn for the first time that ho will pro bably recover his health, Other com...

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

01»EN COLUMN. H'c. do vol neectinarili/ itlailf// oilrsctiid vlith the opinions of am' Correspondents. All communications must be accompanied by the projicr Dames of the writers, not for publication, but as d ijiutrantee qf yooU faith'

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

Neatly Bone. During the retreat of Lcd's army from the field of Gettysburg to tho Potomac a great effort was miido by the officers to provent straggling, but it would havo required an officer to a man to hnvo carried out the pro grninmo successfully. We had been benton and felt discouraged and reckless. Wo woro on short rations, the weather was dismal, and the rank nnd file wero in no mood to bo nagged by strict discipline. The command ? to which I belonged loft Gettysburg about 10 o'clock at night, and for the. first, t.tirnn nv fnnr hnurs ttin. mpn Wnrn kept well in hand under tho impression that we wero only changing positions to secure nn advantngo over tho Fedorals. As daylight broke and we roalizcd that wo woro ion tho way home squads and individuals broke away at every opportunity to forngo for a break-, fast. In company with two privato soldlors belonging -to my company I slipped away from the column nbout sunrise, and, while a black looking thundor storm seemed close at han...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, mul station ^flcutsi, SiMucvsr, guu'ttoum'?, mut gSniu! dMienftf, B A L RAN AIj !V. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Ale prepared to- DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under tlie Crown Lands Act* of 1884, And puss through tlie LAND OFFICE, Also appeals ut tliv Local Land Court, And attend to any LAND ii USB N ESS Euti listed to them Full infornuitioii mid particulars on Xinnd Matters to lie lmd from MALCOLM J: BEATY, Bah-anald. THE Australian Joint Stock Hank. Incorporated by Art of'Cutindl, 1853. PAID UP CAPITA L— ^iiOO.OOO, with power to increase to .£1,000,000. ItKHKItVH I'l'NI) — .L'iDUjOOO, illSAD OFRLCK : Syunhy, LONDON OFFICI5 : 2 Kino William STitmrr, K.C BnuiclicH throunhouL New South Wales una^uoona Kind : Ayunta in all tho othur Colonics and hi Grout Britain, Amcrlca, Imiiu, Chimi ; ami corroHpniulunt the principal cities of tho world. Tlio Hunk didiintiiitH hills, gnmtK «»sli ororiit.i, milium advances on approved security, ncgnMutwj produce bJJI&...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

?fealranald ; Hotel (TATrERSArn.'S) . - ? - .Mrs:. i--' -'k JfJ: public;- that aho* has uoTr takon the $ blu*ve wnll-knnivn lintel. It wtli bo her, *n«leavffur to conduct the business so that it may eompam favourably with the luailiu;.? Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveness ami bomfort. , Ivi'ory attcntiou to fioanters and visitors. . The largest ami moat commodious house m town; ^ines, l^crs-, & ^jjivitjs -jf the' *s?$t gyasuls altvaiiiS in Fli'.si-clas.s St-aMing. SSiiHsirtls. M. J. MUHPIIY, Proprietress. Commercial Hotel, ' M'MAHON BROTHERS, PiKri'niKTor.s., ; trKSSRS. M'MAHON/BROS. i.bg Jji. l.o notify In the1- .puiilie of U:»f hmald alid district, , that tlicy . Imve t.-iki'iii tlm nliovu woll-kiiowii Hotel, mid iiopo liy giving every attention, to ruerit u fair slime of support. jivory accommodation; with iioiiur 'comforts. . Sample Rooms for. Commercial Travellers., Good Billiard Table. First class ist.aliliiiir Aocmumndatinn. . B'-st Brands nlwav* kept. .... ... iM-M...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

SHIPPING Clumsier, Bowilen & Co. roport undor date 30th insU Tho Kelpio, with lmrgo Wilson, sailed for Eehueu ai daylight this morning, witli 700 bales wool, aud will clear Cunally woolshed. Tho Goldsbrongh arrived from I vim ca oq Sunday night with general cargo. She sails for Hay to-night, Tho Barwou left ISohiic.i this morning, bound for the JJd wards Itiver. Tho Waradgcry is now loading at Echuco for the Murrambidgeo, I'ermowan, Wright aud Co, under date roport August 30 The Maggie arrived on Friday with gen oral cargo, and sailed the same day for Hay. The Atari with barge Maori arrived from Itay'oi' Sunday, with stores and 3115 bales of wool, being the ilrst woo! down of the sensou Sho sailed for l£chuca at daylight on Mon day morning;

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Tilk Proukess ok New Soot.ii Wales.. At present there uro 1,407. miles of railway ill operation; there aie ll,0!i!l miles of tolo' gniph wire; -125 State Schools, with; l,l(i.U Teachers. These statistics, though of a. lniseellaneous eharacter, testify to the growth, uml viuour of this youthful eolonv.. It is easy to understand amid so many working classes and growing children, how valuable and useful a medicine in which |,ossessea the property of cheeking aud curing those dis cuses peculiar to New South Wales itself or incidental to life uenerally. This huwevoc is the characteristics of Freeman's Original Chlorodyne, and has secured for it iu New (south Wales u reputation of the highest character, No o her medicine has obtained u. similar lios tiou in au- other colony and uo- colonists have spoken in higher praise of tho virtuo of Freeman's (.'hlorodync than the riaidcuts, tho liiauufacturcrs, the shephurds, and the niiners' of New Zealand. Its valuo iu the ftirscryand iu Fema o Com...

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

Sftetcbec* Bottled SivootnoHs, Ohoico porfnmcs mny bo considered as be longing to three classes, the so-called ' bou quet' perfumes, thoso that aro tho simplo odors of tho flowers whoso namcB they bear, and those thnt by delicate art employ such combinations nnd blendings of various odors as together simulateporfectly tho perfume of some particular flower, tho real odor of which is so evancscent nnd delicate that it cannot be caught and fixed by any process vet known tn Kninnnn. ?*- Of tho first of these, the representative ono thnt most readily occurs to my 'mind nt pre sent, is tho ' Edinn.' The inventor of thnt perfume was no less than nine years in bringing it to perfection, nnd when it was dono he was so jiiBtly cnthusinstic over it that ho declared that ' in it art was glorified and nature oclipscd I' All theso bouquet perfumes nre made by various blondingB of tho results of the on flourago process— the extracted odors of vio let, jasmine, tube rose, rose, orange flower nnd ca...

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

:: (Boob Stories. ; The pitfalls which tho innkeepers prepare for tho Americans nre ns whimsicol and ourl ous as thoy aro numerous. He who Bpeaka only tho English languagohas no show what ever, and his best course is to Bubmit with good humor nnd go his way. The ready de vice of not understanding what you mean, although you may be employing the most variegated and vigorous imprecntions known to Anglo-Saxon ears is common everywhere, And whnt can you say ngainst a blank stare, or do against nn outstretched ' addition,' with your trunk on the omnibus, nnd your anticipating this very situation, yon havo de manded your bill somo hours before. It will serve you littlo. You may ask, and ask again, and it will be denied yon till tho last moment. This is a favorito and effective trick, and nearly always wins. Now nnd then, of course, it doesn't. For example, a friend of mino tho other day came to Bcttlo for his .bed-buggery littlo holo in tho -wall near the railway station in Neuchntol, cal...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MAORI JIM'S TALE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

MAORI .TIM'S TALE. (Continued.) . \ When wo entered the liouso hand in hand, neitbor ray host hor hostess betrayed astonish ment and thoy heard our tale of mutual lovo with undisguised satisfaction. ' My son,' said Ngarewa,.from tho first timo I saw you 1 looked upon yon as tho ono destined to re store to me my boy and in having tho bold ness to attempt it you have won the love of Ngarewa as well as that of Wainona.' We sat late that night discussing our plati3. The idea was that I should ho taken to the locality Uy Wainona, who could show me the secret way of entering the cavern, I was then to enter it and take some opiate so that I might be discovered apparently dead and carried into Ehitarapu as Dadley bad been. Onee there I was to trust to my own wit to communicate with Iloani and concert somo plan ot escape. Dudley thought it would bo an excellent plan to endeavor to do this by means of Jloas. If two of these creatures could be managed, they oould easily carry the three of as b...

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 X. THE BITER IS BIT AND HE BITES AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

IMovelisfc ' DAYS OF CRIME ' AND YEARS, OF SUFFERING As AyiOBIOOKAPHY. ' (Reprinted from 'The Australasian' of 1867 by Special Permission.) _ CHAPTER X. ? ?THE BITEll IS Ull AN1)-IIE'DIT13S AGAIN. .Oil arriving, at Maidstono I went to tlio Railway.Inn, and remained thoro till tho ? .. next.. morning.'.' v Not ;.liking the house much,.I removed in tho courso of tho day to tlio Royal Hotel: Aa .I always givo tho world .ii full account of. my proceedings ?when I am1 lining othorn, it is only fair that I should bo -equal lv communicative wlion I get myself. I 'afteeted . oiiiiards; nncl .taiiciea 1, could play. woll. Thoro 'was a billiard-room, in. the hotel, ftnd.to it I wont on tho. dvoning after iny arrival there. . There was preaont a rather stylish-looking person; who intro ducod'hiniself to mo iu'tho courso of tho night. Ho told mo ho was an officer in the Royal Artilloy, und.had recently irivontod Bomo wonderful rocket, which ho gave a yery;liard name to which | I foiget. He invi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farm and Garden. Skilful Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

jfaym anb (Bauberi. Shilfiil Cultivation. BkiUnl cultivation should bo the aim of every ono who raises plants and crops. To make ? gardening and farming profitable, it is neces sary to have something in roturn for ovcry stroko that is made, and for every shilling invested. Even when only a few house plants are cared for, wo expect to see growth . nnd blbom in repay for our care ; if not, otir We dovotc an acre of land to a certain crop ; it costs for the season the interest for a year on tho investment made for it, beside the exponee of preparation, manuring, cultivating, harvesting, marketing, etc. Our crop is but half what it might bo, or what good cultiva tion has proved might be obtained. Tho time and expense o£ preparation, of sowing nnd of cultivation, have been as much ns for a full crop, and the cost ot harvesting nnd other expenses but littlo less ; but n part of tho land was too wet, and the planting could not bo done early, lis it should have beon, and on the same account...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
HOW FLORENCE MET HER FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

HOW FLORENCE MET HER FATE. A pretty blonde sat in the sumptuously furnished parlor of a mansion on n fashion able street in Washington. She was reclin ing in rather a listless manner in a comfort able lounging chair and her blue eyes had rather a dreamy expression. Her attire indicated that she was about to fiHonrt pnt.prfninmpnt rir fTnUinrinw fnr it was composed of some soft, thick, white material which fell in graceful folds around her tall and lissome figure. The Bhort wide Bleeves fell back from her round arms, upon which gleamed magnificent diamond brace lets. She was an exquisitely lovely creature, this Florence Bradly, a woman who would attract and hold your attention among a thousand ordinary beauties, by the wonder ful way in which her graceful figure carried itself, alone, if nothing else. She was simply regal, and to-day she had arrived at her twenty-second year. The beauty of her wide, intellectual brow, and her eye3 were what attracted you most ; a world of power lay I...

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

Balranald- Municipal Gouncil. Tlie fortnightly meeting of- the above Council- was held on- Monday evening. .There' wero present — Tlie Mayor,- and 'Aldermen' Boynton^i Grinhain',. and ; Cram. | The minutes- of the previous meeting, i were read- nnrl confirmed-.. ? The report of tho Works Committee' ; was received-and adopted on tlio motion :of Aid. Grinham, and seconded by Aid, Cram-; Aid.- Boynton-not voting. , The inward- and- outward correspond ence was gone through' and- considered-. j INWARD.- I Tlie following letter Was1 received from- the' Department of- Lands,, re vote for tree planting,:— - Department dl Liuldfj; Siydiicy . 10th August, 188^. Sir,— Rofe'rriug td ydnr letter addressed t d | tlio Honorable, tho Colonial Secretary, 011 tho lltli Muy, 188(1.- l-elutivo ta the sum of ! JJ74 14a tid, being balance of voto of .£100 ill 1870, for treo planting iu tho streets of Uai ranald, 1 am to inform you that iJii tho 22ud of September^ 1884, tho Under Secretary for I Finance a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Queen's Fund TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Queen's Fund fO 'fllB EDlTOll OP' THE UKCJoUDElt Silt,— ^1 never like to engage in a paper warfare,- far less to otoss pens with a lady, us my hair is getting grey. But I trust you will allow space for this lust letter from me on the small matter- of the ' Queen's Fund.' Tlm lady, A. A. Ijoyntun, states that my nsserliuu. rtf l the people's mind 011 the matter of giving I to this fund wus ' ilnwarranted,' We shall wait with patience to see the re sult of the canvass, bazaar, &c., before further vindicating ourselves. We aire glad to know tlmt A, A. Boynton be lieves that ' common sense' and ' right'' urn on her side though, I am at a loss to know what she means by ' right.' I will give her ull her rightsy but trusting she will allow ' True Loy ally' to think for himself and write his own thoughts. I shall wave all argument aside from that of the Bulli Fund uud the Hospi tal, as these ure not parallel cases. In fact this fund lias- no parallel., The latter receives its portio...

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