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Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Industrial Exhibition. Tlioro is onn feuturo ii\ the Indus f rial Exhibition (says tlio ' Auckland Evening Hell' of -fill inst.) that Iiiih not received the attention it deserves, uml which is yet ot' great importance to onr sottlnrH y wo refill' to medicinal i hi k! not h derived from our native | limits. It is woll known thnt many Now #Riihiml trees nnd shrubs poxes* valuable medoi mil virtues, For instance in tli's supple j..„i ? ? ? ? ? . ii.o kovomiko in onn of the w-st ?Valuable astringents known, nnd grout healing power resides in products uf tho phor miuni, tho hinun, anil many other trees and plants tlmt might lio enumerated ; ?while some, such us the tutu, or tupnki, possess properties of great power which ?will yot he turned to account liy our chomistn i Thero is n 'nod commencement in tho Hum n fa dure 'f New ? ? I drugs und medicine* shown in the exhibition. We fiinl ii ((ood eulluoliou w»ut by Messrs. Kempt borne, Pressor -fc (!ii ; Mr. T. B. Hill hTso exhibits N.Z-nin...

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

.ipoetctN Moso's Wooing. ' Massa Frank, doz yo' remember' When yo' co'tod Sliss Purdee, ? Down- bolo' do olo plantation, , Clus besid'deblg Snntco? We'd stoal.olo massals bosses Iu do night an' rido away, An' I watchcd an' waited fo' yo', 'Till nigh do broko ob. day. ' Massa Frank, I'so got in trouble i Mo an' Polly's bad n fuss, - An' I tbo't I'd cum nu' see if You'd jes writo fo' me a viiss, ' Jest osplainin' how to Polly Dat I'so feelin' wus un' sin, Hopes she'll f urgiv' an' toko mo back An' try me onct agin. . ' Say do rosebush am a climinV All aroun' my cabin doab, '? An' do buds nm 'girt to open; , Doro purty leaves onct moali ; But I sees no sotisfnetion . In ggzln' at do night,' Fo' Polly's faco atn hid frum me, Liko stars by clouds at nigbt.- _ ''Say do moekin' birds am singin' In do trees-abov' my head,'- ; But I nebbor hears dere inusic, k C'oz my heart am jes liko lead ) My heart am berry heabyv ' An' no song will charm my ear Till I bear my Polly 'Bing onct moab Desong...

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

Masonic Hall. entepjaTnment Fol the Benefit uf ihe Widow o£ J the lute - G; J: IPRENTIGEjj ! i E'ridiiy, and Sej)tcml»cr; - W: O: CLOSE; Muvor; iu llie Chuir: ( ? ! ? ; ; i'AItT I. Overture— ^ WcstWarJ llo,' Misses siniindmls J Soiiff--' Xowfoumllund Dojf' Mr. lioyiiton j fcsoiiif— 11 Tiiu \Vi)ud Nyinpliti Call' 311bs M'Colongh J SolJKr-:?,, Vunit.v' .. Air. Lord J yon1,'-'1\ohir' ? : MUs Southe0 \ — 1 u Kail of llcrculnncum' Jlr. F. Grcuii i Kohtf— 'Tit for Tut'.. .. .. Miss Lily Amcry ? tJonj,''— ' Hear the wild wind* Wow' Mr. Guj for aoijy — ' Juat to |»ltaac tho lioya' Mias Amy b'outhco Song—' Horn of Olmuc' .. .. Mr. Dun lei I'aIiT ii: Ovorturu— ' JcsMca Ure;in»' . . Motifs simlHolili§ Song— M Alico iJcu Uolt' . . .. Mr. Crum Son^— ^ 'i liu Urid^o' . . Miss Amy houthco tjoiiy--44 Tlie I'ilot' .. .. .. Mr. Jowkua bong— ' Lovora Huquest' .. .. Mida M'Colonyh Itccitatiun— uNo .. .. Mr:tHjdo Song—4' iUiblin Jluy' .. .. Mr. Fisher Sonjf — '' Homaiiy Ityo' ;; Miss Southoo bonif— ,4'i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Balranald Police Court. (Before E.L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 31 August 1887

Balranald Police Court. (tKsfore' Ei- L. K-CAvlufci Esq., P.M.V Thomas Carey was charged- with1 . stealing, a razor, the property of Ed ward Fisher. Tlie following evidence' was' t'nlceh Sergeant Dowling deposed :: On the' 23rd inst I apprehended' prisoner at'' the Carrier's Arms Hotel ; I' charged him1 witli1 steiyling.'alrazor,: the property' of Edward Fisher,- prisoner' Baidj- I know nothing about it;- I' took liim1 to' the lock-up.- After apprehendiiljj. pris oner, Edward- Fisher handed' me the1 razot1; I1 now' produce;- which' he- claims as his- property,i stating! tliatf it had' been- stolen1 out of his1 shop y prisoner' was present when Fisliel- gave' me' the' razor.- Fisher said :? ' This is-tlie razor' this m tin1 took- from1 my' premises, I found it on liimv' Prisoner miido no' further reply. i Edward- Fisliel' deposed- :: I' lenow' prisoner before tlie Court,- just boforo' dinner on the 23rd inst.,. prisoner came' to my shop to get his- hair cut, 1 which I1 offered- to do...

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

Queen's Fund, As somo misnpprohonsioii exists ns to tho proposed objects of tho Queen's Kimd, wo givo below tlio second circu lar issued by tho Exocutivo Committee. In answer to questions which Imvo been addressed to tho Excecutivo Com mittee, tho following information is now rilTui'iifl - — (1 ) This Fund Ims licen named the '? Queen's Knild' in commoni onilion of Queen Victories Jubileo yenr, during which your tho Fund was Started. (2.) Tho fund is for the reliof of Women of nil classes of socioty, from the humblest to tho distressed gentle woman, ii'rpspi otivc ot' nutionallity or creed. (II.) Tho General Committee met im Juno. the 20th, ami appointed a ro prosentntive Executive Coiiimittco to deiiso tho best menus of raising money for tho Queen's Fund. Tlio members of this Committee tiro — T-ndy (.'iirring ton, (President), Ilis Emineuco tho Cardinal, Tho Voneralilo Archdeacon King, tho llevorend L)r. Jcfl'oris, Tho Uevoreud Dr. Kelynnck, Tho Hevorend Dr. Steel, Tho Reverend Rab...

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

Gazette Notices. 'Regulation 107, of the Crown L'tnd.s Act of 1884, Iiiih been ameiuli'd us fol lows : 'The rents of nil puHtornl lenses, ?when determined, shall In? un ified to the lessoe, and shull bo payable yearly ill ndvmicu to tin) Colonial Treasurer; and if not paid on or lieforo tho dates on which thn nntmi may be due, tho ad ditional- sums mentioned in Section 06 of the Act, will bo puyiilil'. BAMrAN'ALi- Hound Ann'S' — It is no tified, Tlmt. so much of Ihe proclama tion of the 20tli March, 1885, iu the ' Gazette,' No. 1121 of tlmt date, ns re , lilted (o tlie notifying of the p pulntiiui llonuduriea of, und -tho roHuiviug and Betting apart of it population nre lo thu town of Bulraiinhl is hereby revoked. Proclamation urea now proclaimed in lieu of tho u bore. llESEHVE FKOM S.U.K FOR Tit av ELL EM i Stock. — Laud District of Bilruu nld — Within llie nesumod n r--u of Tnpra Pastoral Holding No. 111). Within the leasehold)] area of Pnika, Holding No. 241',. noli fled Jlth Jul...

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

Ilollowny's Ointment nnd Pills. — Notable Fucts,,, In tetiHO heat tiugimmtH the mmoynnccs of skin diaoaatf nnd en courages tho development of febrile disorders ; therefore they should, us I hey cun lie, removed by these deter gent nnd puiifying preparations. In stomach complaints, liver ntl'ectious, putiitt und spasms of tho bowols, Hollo way's Ointment well ruhhod over tho ad'ecled purt iuimcdiatuly gives the ?jron test, ease, pro vents congestion nnd infl'imatiou, checks tho threatening diarrhoM, uud averts incipient cholera. Tho pooier inhabitants of large citics will iiml these remedies to bo thoir best friends when nny pestilence rages, or when from unknown couses eruptions, boils, abscesses, or ulcerations point out the prcRiuico of tnints or impurities within tho system, nnd cnll for instant uud cfl'dctivn cnrnlivo modicinos. E. IM.YIES, Boot and Slioe Maker, SWAN HILL, BEGS to notify to tho publio of Swnn Hill und surrounding dis tricts, tlmt he has started* business iu tho ...

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

American (Jo's llop'SSitters arc the fl'uiNjst auri EJcst Bitters fiiver Made;. Tlioy nro compuimilod from Hops, Slnlfc, .Biiclui, Miualrnko and Dandeiiuii, — tlio old est, best, nud most vnliuihlo mcdlciues in lli'j worlil mid contain ull tlio best nnd most curativo properties of nil other remedies, b'ning the ^rentest Blood Purifier, Liver Ro gnlntor, nud Life and Heultli ilostoring Aydllt oil earth. Thoy jjivo now lifo and' vigor to tlio ngoil nnd inni'in. To all whoso employments eiiuso irreeularity of tlio liowols or uniinry orgiuis, or who roijuira an apjiotizor, Tonic uml mild Stimulant, Amorionn Co'u Hop Bitturs lu-o iuv«Uudilo,-boiiiK liiglily ourntivo tonic, and stimulating, without intoxicating. No inuttor what your fuulinga or symptom ' ate, what tho disongo or ailiuunt is,~uso Hop Bitters. Don't wait until your sick, Uat if you feel bad or miserable, use Hop Bitters ' nt once.. It may save your lifo. Hundreds i liavo boon saved by so doing.- .£500 will be j paid for a c...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

IVuutcd THE present address of tlie following parties all of whom lived in Bul rauuld 'some years ugoj-^-J. S. Q. Johnstone, 1, Lowcoek, A. M'Donald, P. Million, 1), Quirk, M Smith/ und Robert Bocock. — Apply Malcolm & beaTy, ? Jiulrannld/ Lost, rpflE Well j known Sheen t- og 1 'BttJCHER.' Owner #ill he pleused io tin biu | NOTICE. AIjIj tToliBKS and Cattle found tres passing uu Canally and Wuldnrn runs after this date will he impounded jas, Lawrence & sons. Canally, 1 at April -880. Notice* RAIMtERS Wanted, With Plants preferrudt Apply. MANAGER Magenta Cricket. rptiE PrKsentatioiJ or tlm 1 CRliSWJCK CllALLENGlfl CUP will place at tho Balranald Hotel on SATURDAY, the 10th of September next, nt 9 p.m. | Pusses cuti be ubtuinbj from tho Hon. Seo. All Gricketers invited. Ri A. FISHEft, Hon. Sect Municipality of Bnlrnuald. A PUBLIC MEETING of the reBi dout's of Balianald and district will be held ut the Council ChaUibbrs on FRIDAY, lGth September, at 8 p.m., for tho pnrp...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

'I Byiinky, Soptehilibr fl. Thb Ve[U'ti^Giituti es of tho li ildittg societies nnd investment companies urd inoving for the formation of uu ilssorin tioii for the mutuiii liehblit of those bodies, 'i he hrewors and Wholesale «iue nhd spirit tnerchnnts htivo also rtgreed to festublish a socidty to collect infornnition ns to tho integrity nnd solvency of persolis engnged ih tlio trade, to ditii se ititelliirence of all traudu ent proce dings, to tissist ih the suppression of conm.ercinl tUalpracti. es, nnd to wat It over mid usisst legislation, as all'ectillg their iutorestsi The Prelnier leuves for Melboiil'lio t)U I'riduy night, confers with tho Vic toHftH tnihisters on Sntunlay, and pro ceeds tb Adelaide on Moiulayj where a banquet Will be given ill his honor. Sir Wtih Mnnning continues s»ri ously ill. In 4futurt tiivil serranta to bo allowed to net hs aldeimen, but nre debarred from holding tlio positions of luti or or council clerk. the l.'atliedral Chnpter hits decided to modify...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

'You Dou't Know Thbih 'Valuk.'— 'They cured mo uf billii-UHiiusa and kidney ?complaint, as iccouimei.ded I Iind a half bottle left' Which I lined for: my two littlo girls' who the doctors uud and neighbours Bs id could not ho cured I ain confident I jhould liavo lost buth of tliuirr ono uigbt if t had not hud tho American Co'b llup Bit or's in my hoimu to uao Thut is why I Bay li ou do not know Jiulf »ho volue i.f Anaiioau llb|i'Hittvifi, uimI dtf net isooinmsud Ihiiw iyl-ly euoujjh,'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Shearing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Shearing Notes- ¥hi M LATH EXCHANGES; In the cum: lieard l.eturo thu policti Wingiatrute Kt I van hoe, between Mr. Bedford and 10 shearers for leaving tlicii work without permission) tlie de fendants wei-o ordered lo forfait their V-,g(,8 The following telegrams Will explain ttnd corruct iimuy misunderstandings that Imve arisen with regard to the [ Clmnyea ot rules made by tlio Shearers j Viiiuiu 'A. telegram from Robert Ai [ ClioHiiity-, Jerilderie- to D. Temple, hoci^etary of I lie Shearers', ijuintt, Oi un Wick, Victoria, rutin ' Will you add the following- to rule 10 of your agree ment, under penalty of £2 for each ofli'iicpj tlifc union lit, to be credited to tbn local liONpitali Will you expunge Hil« 11, itud replace it with tho follow ing : ' A shearer discharged before Oampletioli, to ho pnid off at l?s Gd, and 2h Cd ' to go to tho credit of the Shearers4 mess account.' Duvid I'emplo implies ! — ' Will accept fresh rules aB follows : - 8heti,rerS discharged for had Bbearitig...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. An Orphan Born. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

: Jbumor. An Oi'])h-in Horn. I am a lone, unfathered chick, Of artificial hatching ; A pilgrim in a desert wild, By happier mothered chicks reviled, From nil relationships exiled, To do my own lone batching. ' ^ Fair Science smiled upon my birth Ono raw nnd gusty morning, And now tho sounds of barnyard mirth ? lo lonely me hnvo littlo worth ; I am nlono in all thu earth — An orphan without boruiug. Seek I my mother ? 1 would find A heartless personator ; A thing brass hided, man designed, ; With stcampipe arteries intcrmined ? : And pulseless cotton batting lined — ? .' 1 ' A patent',Incubator. . , . It wcnrics mo to think, you boo — ? ' Death would be better, Tatber—: Should children e'er be born to mo, ' ' By fate's most pitiless decree ' ' My little ones, alas, would bo With never a grandfather. And when to earth I bid adieu, . To 8Cok a groator, I will do ns others do, Who go to join the ancestrnl crow, V For I will just bo gnthcrcd to j. . , -My incubator. Swindling by Mock Auo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

SHIPPING Cram8io,EBowden &'C°- roport^undor dat© Otl^inst Iho Barwonjleft Mouhimein'Tto'day with Woorooma and Kori Keri wool. IShe will a l»o olear Clmh Sing ucd'Moolpa slieds bo fore delivering at Echuca. Tho Wurudgery sailed Bthin afternoon for Echuca with 300 bales ftof wool, and will clear Yanga and Canally wool sheds. Thu Kelpie is now loading ut Kchucaj for viia lumiuuiumguu, anu win oo,|iojiow«u uy the Success or JJantHm. The Goldsbrough is loading wool ut[ Hay, aud will clcarjdown river^heds* Ptfniiowan, Wri^ht^andJ^Co.^Jiindfli^lfdato report j The arrival of the Uivorina^and Kargo, with wool from To^anmain, Corrong.JJKcnu'bu y, aridfBfirrabogto statious, on tiiujt'iuibfirist. She sailed tho Maine afternoon for Kchti'-a. The Invincible arrived on Saturday tucrn ing, the 3ird inst, with supplies from Coliurn, Sho sailed npiu at daylight on Sumhvy morning for Tupra and Maude, to load wo« 1. ^Ite gtton'imi §aovi)cv WEDNESDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Consolation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Consolation, Dear heart, botwecn us can be no farewell, i Wo havo. so long, to; live, so. much, tp on ? dure,: ! '???.- .. .v ' What ills despair, might work us who . can tell, . '. ' ,:.V |. Had wc not help in that ono trust soctirci ? Timo cannot sever, nor space, keep -Ions apart, ? Thoso whom love's ./sleepless-.' yearning would draw near, '/ . V ?-.'? ! Fate bends unto the indomitable heart V 1 And firm tixt will. What room bavo we for fear I , ' 1 1 ; Cities Warmer than tho Country-— Those who happen to live at a little distanco from tho heart of tho city must frequently have noticcd a lack of accord between read ings of their own standard thermometors, and the published observations of tho Signal Sor vico observers of their locality. Tho reason of tho discord is plain, namely, tho perturbing action of tho heat which tho city emits, and however gratifying it may bo to tbc outsider to find himself suporior to tbo government observers, it is vory littlo credit to tlio Weather Bu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Aubtraljans lire treatfid, but witfi saint courtesy by tbo leading journals of JFranco, in referring to the New Hebri denn question. Ono journal doclar^s : 'That Anglo-French accord about the Mow liobrideH in prevont'o I by Jlie uiiluinnious rhodoinontudo of AiiHtralia, while nnothor feels nnnoyed ut any con cessions being made in consstjuenco of Austni lian '* yelling,' Colonints, how over, can bear with calmness nnd oqnani mity, ihfiso littlo outbiusts of the excit ublo Gaul. But it becomes another und soniowliut different matter when our in terests iiv tho Puci Go aro liefng dallied' with by the Empire of which wo aro so important a part. Exports from thtr Niiw Hebrides show, that at every op portunity, the small military force of France, now occupying a portion of these islands gratuitously insult, with out coinjmnction, all those residents wbo cluim pvotestiou undor tho British flag. Previous to tho taking of office of the present ministry in Englund, it was (My dinned into our...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellaneous. To a Robin. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Miscellaneous. To « Iiobtn. Robin swinging, swinging On the apple bough ; What joyous impulse thrills thee ! Entranced warbler thou I Thy liitlc throat is swelling With the rapture of thy song, Its wondrous music filling All tho air has borne nlong ; Thy oritnson breast is throbbing As thangli it scarce could hold Tho wealth of love and gladness, That in thy song is told. Oh I tell mo, tell mc, Robin ! I, too, would Bing ns thou'; Thine every note responsive In my henrt is echoing now ; 'Till filled to overflowing With its hnnnony divine Would in melody exquisite Burst forth in song liko thine. ?

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

LOCAL NEWS. An Inquisitive SroitTSM/jr.-- Mr. John Clifford, taking advantage of the two closing days of the season, went out on the 30th ult, duck shooting, aud when 011 his quest, ho saw a duck Uy out of, or close to a hole in a trco, Mr. C ? , after taking down his game, ascended the tree to exploi t; tho hole und for that purpose inserted his luiiid, which was howevor, after entrance, -juidcly with drawn ; the explorer on looking at hia finder noticed, to punctures slightly bleeding ; on tue spurot tne moment, anu being curious ot mind, he again ijuicldy inserted his hand to liud out his enemy, wlu-u, lo aud behold ! instead of the poixonuus reptilo being grasped the tree-climber snatched out of the hole a wiry littli- possum. Coolness like the above, well deserved the bag of game taken home by the BhootUt, consisting as it i'id{of 61 ducks, 4 bwuds, und thu lurry littlo one. A CoiuiEhl'oNDENT has forwarded to us the following clipping from tliei,Londou Mamlard of July Hud ' Tho...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Ladies' Column. The Dinner Table. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

SLafcfes' Column* The Dinner Table. It is a bndcusloni to put oil' making all the dishes until the! last a-vailablc moment ; cooking requires thought and time to bo given to it, if it is to prove pnlatnble, and to hurry up at the last is tbc way to spoil every thing. Those dishes that, arc to be sorved cold must bo got ready first. .Tellies and blanc manges must be made in the morning, unless ice Is at. hand. Compotes of fruits and cold puddings may be done enrlv in the afternoon and yet have time to cool for soven o dock dinner. For roast meats, between wliioh and baked meat there is no comparison, con stant basting is indispensable, if they are to cooked to perfection. A joint shonld be placed about six or eight inclios from the fire for a short time, say ton minutes ; it should then be drawn back on the rack to within half a yard, where it is to remain until finished. Baste continually^ and as soon ns tho gravy appears dredge it with flour. By following this method all tho juices...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Night Mist. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

The N Wit Mist ' All tbo night long tbo gray, ombrncing mist Hr-s hold in- tender nrras the tired world ; Tbo sleepy river its soft lips havekissed, And overliillsand meadows It has curled. Its white, cool finger it has gently placed On weary strotchcs of deep, drifting sand ; The noiBy city and the far off waste Ilnvo felt tho benediction of its hand. The drowsy world rolls on toward tbe day ; The fresh, sweet wind of .morning softly, blows j' ? . . ' ' Tbo willing mist no longer now may stay ; , AVltlr lirst oxpectandy of dawn' it goea l Mrs- George, wife of tho cclobraicd author, of ' Progress and l'ovorty,' is;a woman:of. domestic tnstea, devoted to fienhusband anil thoir four children. She is a small, plump, cheery woman, who nover gets down-hearted , and people who know them well say. that but for her unflagging devotion and cntbii siasllc belief In him, Henry Qcorgo would never liavo boon able to ,como triumphantly through the long period of straightened means and hard work w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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