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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Concert. The entertainment which was givon on EYiday evening for tho benefit of the widow of the Into 0. J. Prentice drew together a crowded house, thereby caus ing feelings of gluduess in the minds of the initiators of the concert. The Mayor, Mr, Alderman Close, occupied the Chair, und before the first item on the programme was entered upon, tho Muyor suid : ' Ludies atld Cfentlomen i ub you will see by the heading of this | evenings'' programme, this concert is in aid of the widow and children of tho lute C. J, Prentice, Such a benefit will, I am Hure, commond itself to those present, I may say thut Mr. Prentice wus an iuvulid for somo time previous to hirt deuth. I believe he wus Btricken with pumlysis about six years ugo, from which he never properly recovered, but still he kept to hi» work when he seemed more fit for bin bed. Mrs. Prentice's family is one of the oldest in this district, uud her mother, the late Mrs. Young, was one wbo always ex tended the right hand of churity ...

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

Gbe 3nncr flfean. The following article on ' fashions in dining ' is from Ilarfn's : The fashion is rapidly growing lor voting men to givo dinners on their coming ot age, of their en gagement, and during the last week of their unmarried life. These, if given in their own house, may be on the satno scale as thoso of their mothers ; but if given at a club or hotol, they will still be elegant and ns ex pensive .as the purse can buy. For a gentle man's dinner, sherry and bitters are served to the guest on entering tho pnrlor or in an ante-room, Angostura or orange bitters being preferred. After this refreshment tho guests aro shown to tho dining-room, whero tlioy find their seats defined by a card. Oysters on the half-shell with bits of lemon are before them. With this viand, sherry, or Chablis, or somo light wino, is poured. Then follows thu soup, and then the fish. Sherry continues to be served, and should bo cool but not iced. Then comes an entree— croquettes, or I'tUic/ies a ta A'ei...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, -tofb nnd Station ^flcnfjs, ( ^atucrsr, ^uftioncfvsi, aud garni &Qcnt*f BALK, A N A h It. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are propnrod to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under tlio Crown Lands Act of 1884, And pass through (lie LAND OFFICE, Also HppeillH lit till) f* Local Land Oourt, ' And attend to any I-AN.I» BVS1NESS |jl|P- Enti listed to them*' Full information und particulars - on Jjiliul Mutters to I in lmd from MALCOLM i BEATY,,. Bulrunnld. THE Australian joint Stock Bank. Incorporated 1-y Act of Council, 1853. PA. ID UP CAPITAL— .£500,000, with i)owor to itiorunso to .£1,000,000. REBKR7K Fuji t-— £200,000. HEAD OFFICE i Sydney. .CONDON OFFICE; 2 Kino Wjlmaii Stobbt, E.C Branches throughout Now South Wales and Queens Bin-f ; Ag«nt« In all tho other Colonics and. in Ureal Britain,- America, India, Chbia ; and eorrouponiluni tho ]-rFneip&} cltfca ot the workL Th« Hunk discounts bills, grants cash credits, makes advances on approved tsccurity,...

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

Balranald Hotel ' (TATTERS ALL'S) ?' Mrs. III. J. MURPHY ;. BUGS to auttouneo to ljcr friend* an'd\the Spuhlic. that alio has O.now taken the, -* i. nbovd ?woIl-kiVoiWiioHI'itult ] V1.' i--- ?l.cL. bivileavnur-to^corrilnist'tlie business bii that -- ? it may compare 'favourably withtlie leading Metropolitan 'Hotels in attractiveness ami comfort. ** . Every attention paid to Boarders nnil Visitors, The largost and most commodious houso iu town. Wine*, SecrS, & ^Irits of tit* $r;st grands ahtuuis in £torh. First-class StaMing. Billiards. M. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. AMERY7^ Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, PuoriiiKTons. Messrs. m-mahon bros. iieg to notify to the public of Bul ran.ild und »list i-iot, thai they have takon the above well-known Hole. I, unci Lope by giving every 'attention, to merit a fuir share of support. Every acoouimodation, with home coinfoi'tB. Sample Rooms for . Commercial Travellers. Good Billiard Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. Beat Brands ...

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 — 7 September 1887

j PASTORAL Balranald. — O—— /tiverina Hccoritcr OlHco, Tuesday Kvoning. Broken wenthor, almost daily, can bo chroniolud during tho past weak ; ono ri.iy line and with Buuirnor-liku warmth, ofc'ior day», such na yostorday and to. day, wintry and cold, with high winds and cold tdiowurs and occasional peals of thunder. Tho rain fall in I^ulranaM during tho p.*\at week has regiBtorod 77 points, whilo reports from tho outlying districts show tho rain ha* boon general. Huports to-hand : — Canally, for week, 70 point* ; Moolpa, up to hfit Thura day, 40 pointa ; Moulamcin, -15 points ; Kus ton, 45 points. Stock Cro9»iugs. — 7 00 Hhoop, tho prop erty of tho New Zsaland Loan & M. C^., crossed tho Wakool punt ou tho lot inBt. from Mut ray Downs, travelling 'ify- tho Krlwanls, D. \Valkei-in charyo. ^252 bul locks from Naryilco atation^ (Q.)r for Yanga, A. F, Kemp in charge, croaaod iiero on Mon day. Wool Arrivals. — Firat consign rmmt of Paika clip arrived horo on J 2nd inbt. Tho follow...

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

The Puiiohkss ok N kw Sooth Walks. At present there are 1,407- niileu of railway iu operation j there uio J J ,U3SJ niileu o£ tele Kiuph wire ;. 425 Stuto Schools,, with 1,1(11 Teachers-, Thes# statistics, though of- u miscellaneous oharaeteiv testify to tlio growth, und vigour of tliia youthful colony.. It ia. may to undurslund amid ao many working ulaobcu und growing children, how valuuble aud ut«Iul a medicine in which 1 uescauen tlio Ijiopoi'ty of checking aud curing tlioao dia caae»,j)Buuliiir to New South Wulea iUelf or iucidentuli to lifo tionuially. '1'hia howevor in. the uhaructei'Uiticu. o£ Fieeuiuu u' Original. Ulilorodyne, and has secured for it in New ttoutli Wales a reputation of tho higheat ofiuibutcr, No o.hor iiieilicino Iias obtained 11 similar pos tlon in uny otbor colony aud uo- 1 coloniath. Iirvc spoken iu higher prumc of the virtuo of Freeuian'u Chlorodyne tliun tho tlie nianufacturers, the shophardH, and the iniuuru' of New Zeuluml. Its value in tho Ni.rseryuu...

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

Science. Tho Utilization of Wavo Powor-— When ltalboa discovered thu Pacific, he stood knee-deep in the plncid watois at r.'innmn, nnd tho name given tlio great ocean was ap propriate to the locality. As far fiorth as California, however, it Is a misnomer, for the waves of that occan aro there large nil the sninmor, owing tp the prevailing strong winds, and tho winter storms off shore and near shore create large rollers constantly It is now proposed to utilize this movement of t lie sea along thnt coast. Interesting ex perimentn are being carried on nt the beach near San Francisco, north of tho Clifl House, with that view, it being the ultimate object to supply the city with some 50,000 or (10,000 horse-power for industrial purposes, water be ing used instead of steam. Tne oxporimentn arc being carried out by a local engineer. Tho idea is to raise sea water through the medium of a pump operated by the waves, to a height of 1150 feet, whence it can be directed into tho city and the p...

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

55hetcbcv. .If// Life Lesson. I lmd boon sitting lon-j at tho window, ivatching I know not what, seeing I know; not whom, for though tho throng of pcoplo passed, nnd the flakes of snow held high war in tlio air, leaving feathery darts on the coats of t lui passers-by, or following in a mad chase around tho corner, yet all came and went unheeded hy me. 1 was as one having eyes, yet seeing not. I had been sitting in this 'listless state, wondering in what way I could make myself of somo note in tho world. I thought over the long list of nccomplishinonts which I bad known and read of others attaining, hut money and tnlent wero ncces.mry. Oi the former, you would seo thnt it hnd been scant ily moted out to me, would yon but peep nt the cheap pnper hnnaings, fow books and fewer pictures, which had served their generation, rind now stood enjoying humhls . intimacy Willi ench other in the littlo room where 1 was seated, which served as pnrlor, sitting-room, or both. Had 1 n talent, 1 am' s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MAORI JIM'S YARN. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

MAOltl JIM'S YAltN. (Concluded,) The great hall, as I havo said, wns' filled upon the morning of tho feast dny. Ivipl ICnpn, the nged cuieftnin and high priest of the people was seated upon a throne, into the polished and carvcd woodwork of which were set ornaments o£ gold -mid greenstone, nnd many colored 1 gems gathered from the bed of tho great river which flowed across the plains and buried itsclf iu the mountains. A thousnnd resinous torchc3 hold in the bauds of the body guard of tbo chlof, illuminated the envorn; tho sides of which, lined by rich quartz, pink nnd white, nnd trnvcrsod with gulden veins, glittered anil shimmered with n hundred varied lights. : Hanged to the left and extonding the length of tho cavcrn wore tbo stately Moos — tbolr venerable chieftains nearest the throne, On tho other side, tho men of tho Morioris woro gathorod ; tho women wero clustered at tho farther end of the hall, directly facing the throne. The ceramon'es wero opened by nn nged priest, clad ...

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 XII. FOUND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

IftoveUst. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING An Autobiogiiai'iiv. Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of . 1867 by special permission ) CHAPTER XII. FOUND OUT. I have now to toll of a peril and an es - ( .cape. My audacity led mo into tlio ono, and my presenco of mind secured tlio .other. To any ono who has an ambition to bo a roguo I would say — you must, if ?you would shiuo in your profession, pos aosa many of tho qualities of a guerilla chief. You must bo ready for n retreat as well as for an advanco ; and with all your ' talonts you will not ho ablo to keep on the winning side. Tlioro is a peculiarity in tho war between roguery and honesty , that tlio former can only subsist by a suc cession of stratagems, and is sure of being defeated in a regular campaign. Your ambitious career will soon bo ended. As for the years you will bo chained in prison and tho wretchedness you must, endure, you muBt sot them down to tho inconveni ences incident to such a career. If you really havo am...

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

ff- 600& Stories. z(\,' Whon Gonoral B. F.Butlor wns niiiem \\?,bor.of Congress, hcniid.Ur. llundall wore ?iy frequently pitted against cncli other. At ono ; point of tho famous deadlock ovor the civil rights bill, whou Uamlnll wni luunn^in;; the Democratic sido ns usual, IUith'.i , who favored ^holding n session on Sunday, wont over to ^ .Randall's desk to arrange for it. Hnndnll . woultl not agruo to thu proposition, ''Iind . 03 I am, X havo somo respect for God's day,' ho said, ' nnd I dou't think it proper to hold a session of Congress on that day.' 'Oh, .pshaw I' ropliod Ilutlerj 'don't the Biblo , say that it is lawful to pull your ox or ass , out of a pit on the Sabbath-day ? You havo I sovcnty-thrce nsses on yonr sido of the House that I want to got out ot this ditch . to-morrow, and. 1 think X am engaged in a i.lioly work.' 'Don't do.it, Butler,' pleaded Xlandnll ; ' I liavo boiuu respect for tou tlmt -1 don't want to lose. I oxpect somo day to I mc.ct you in a bett...

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

I MIC NE If OV ERA TO R. Nellie nnd- Hob hnd quarrelled. Not ns do mnny lovors, for both wero operators nnd hnd chnrgo ot ofllccs whose wires were too busy to permit any war of words ; but just enough Bpnco bad occurred thnt morning for each to mako tho other miserable, Thero bad long been an affinity between tho two of n stronger nnturu than usually exists between telegraph operators. Nellie's tender touches upon tho key could nlone quiet the nervous twitching of Ilobin's nrm, whon worn out by tho rush of messages and train orders. She it was who seasoned the magnetism of dots and dnslies with a balm that kept his heart sweet and wholesome. This she ofton did, weaving tho goodmorn ings nnd good-oveuings iato lengthy conver sations. It so lmppencd, ono winter evening, thnt Ned Owens, the operator nt l'ihe Bluff, |a little Nation Intervening between Milldalo nnd Fairfield, mado use of his ground wire, tlius cutting off nil communication between tho lovers, but giving himself froc sco...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Murrabiti. (From our own Correspondent.) September 2. I have to report that crops and pastures are doing well so far this boiug by far the beat seaBon we have liud since 1880. Tlio rains have just fullen at the right times, und suited the crop3 nicely, and at present? the majority of the farmers huvejja very good prospect of having a big harvest; This season nofirrieutiou will be needed In fact it geettts that some of tl#o farmers think that irrigation will never again be needed, but this they will find is a big mistake, A meeting was held at Cohuna the other cay, when it waff vtitidt rttf to petition tho Minister of Water Supply, and ask him to refuse the additional loan ap^ plied for by the Cohuna Irrigation Trust- Some of the speakers at ther meeting, talked a lot of nonsense, one mail a vejrtnsf that irrigation wns u failure. SSc, himself, was, iJlOO worse' off now tliun when/ he jfirst star ecf irrigating? OthorS j objected to tho rate that would be imposed. Tlin fact — is that...

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

B, L. &- Debating Society', A meeting of the above Society was held on Thursday evening, when a large attendance of member was present,- also a fair sprinkling of visitors In tho almence of the President!', the Rev. T, T. Karvey,- Mr.- Grinbam was appointed chairman, Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read und confirmed. Mr, James Comyn was elected a member, Mr. Hydn thon recited a selection from Romeo and Juliet, which wns fol lowed by Mr. Donald rendering the 'Charge of the Light Brigade,'' follow ing which Mr. Daniel read thut amus ing sketch ' The Bashful Man,' the blunders of the bushful ono causing much merriment, Mr. T. II. Boynton then: opened the debate on tho subject f ' Is the 'Queens Fund' worthy of support 1' The opener taking the* affirmative, and went sera tiin over the clauses contained in the second circular sent out by the Central Committee, giving conclusions frnnu reach clause as to tlw beneficial lesuito that nCe Hiiro to uccruo from such u fund, t...

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

Important to Fastoralists. B--low we give tho decision of the Supremo Court in the appeal by tho Crown, against the decision of the Ilill nton Justices in regard to a complaint that Mr, John Brewer, lesseo of Merri Merrigal Run, did not mako a bonafide attempt to destroy rabbits on his run. The case as -taken from - the '.Sydney Morning Herald' hereunder explains itself (Beforo his Honor Mr. Justico Times) —-Phillips v, Brower. Mr. O. B. Step lien, instnictod by the Crown Solicitor, v ajipearod for the np|iollunt (complain put) ; anil,. Mr, R.-gnrs, instriictml bv - Messrs. Levy and Hmttsley, fot; tho re spondent. ?' Tiiis was an appeal by com plainant, John Phillips, rabbit inspec ' tor for the Hillstnn district, against tho decision of certain juslicos of Hillston, in regard to n complaint against respon - ilenl, John Brewer. , It appeared ivoxA i the case slated bv Evan . Ev'atisi, J,P.-, and.G;. E. Wright, J. P., of Hillston, i tlmt-'in-Septeiiilipr last year tho respon ' dent; ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. How the King Came Home. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

IPoetvp. How The IChi(/ Came Home. ' 01), why nre you wniting, children, And why arc you watching tho wny ?' ' Wc nre watching because the folks liavo said Tho king comes home to-day — Tho king on his prancing charger, In his shining golden crown. Oh, the bells will ring, thu glnd birds sing, Whon tho king comes back to thu town.' ' Run homo to yonr mothers, children ; In tho land oE death nnd woo, An.) ti.n i ? .1 »i._ i ? : ,V. , . -?'' 'uiuai, 1' iglits with the I'nynim foo.' ' But,' Baid the littlo children, , ' Tho fight will soon ho past, .. Wo fain would wait, though the hour be late; Hu will surely come at last.' So the eager children wnitod ! Till the closing of the day, Till their eyes wore tired of gazing Along tho dusty way ; lint there came no sound of music, No dashing, golden crown, And tears they shed, as they cropt to bed, When tho round, rod sun wentdown. But at the hour of midnight, . While tho weary children aleift, ? Was heard within the city The voico of thorn ...

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

American Co's Mop (Sitters aro the (Purest ami flScst Bitters Elver Made. Thay nro compounded from Hops, Malt, euclm, Mandrake and Dandeiion, — tho old tut, beat, and roost valuable mediciuos in lio world und contain all tlio best and moat ourativo properties of ull other romodioa, bning the greatest Blood Purifier, Livor Re gulator, and Life aud Health Ilestoriug Agent on earth. They givo new lifo and vigor to tlio ngod ?and infirm. Tci all whose employments cause irregularity of the bowels or urmary organs, or who require an appetizer, Tonio and -mild Stimulant,. American Co's Hop Bitters are invaluablo, boing highly curativo tonic, NluVstunulttt in gr- -without intoxicating. - . .'No mutter what your feelings or symptom ;aro, what tho disease or ailmout is, use Hop 'Bitters..' Dau't wait until your sieU, but if you feel bad or miserable, uso Hop Bittors atones. It may save your life. Hundreds tuivo been caved by so doing. .£500 will bo paid for a oaso they will not euro or help, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Euston. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

Euston. (FllOM (JcTr own CORRESPONDENT. )- August 30. A very sad and fatal accident hap' pened hero last Sunday morning, to ail elderly man, known by the name of ' Scotty,' who, whilst in the act of giving his dog a swim off the end of tbo punt, by' some nMitns^OVerbaliinc'ecf and: fell into the rivor. Two men in a boat, a considerable distanco off, happened to' look round at the moment the accident happened, but though they made all ' haste to the rescue, und by shouting to otfoers- notte were' then in time tv render any assistance. ' Scotty, in stead of swimming f-or the shore, en deavoured to make back $o the punt against the stream but his feeble efforts were hot sufficient to1 serve b-im, and her was carried down about 40 yards, dis appearing. for the liist time ut the cattle raco, which place was very thickly covered with snags'. The1 unfortunate man wa's not brought to the surface for about Imlf-nn-hour, and was- then found to be deud. The sad accident cast & gloom ov...

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

Hildura. (KntANO OBSUKVKH's COnRESPOSDENT) The Mossw. Chafiey Bros have pur clmstid the steamer Juno Eliza, and they are fitting hor with powerful pumping machinery, so that nt suitable intervuls along -the Murray fronting their teriitory, they may irrigate the lev.el lands and so havo a plentiful sup ply of summer grass where littlo or no gt'uss now grows. ISyo and bye, when tlio, water is permanently laid on to such places, they will still utilize the plnnt in filling und keeping full for stock and other purposes, the lakes, lugoons und bilhiboiigs, with which tho Murray frontages arointerseoted. Atthe present time those depres^iotft dry up according as ther*llood waters recede, but by erect ing dttiiis across the outlets, they hope to keep up a plentiful supply behind, so that cuttle and sheep may be conven iently watered without travelling to the river, or runinng the risk of descending tlio river batiks during low water. ; Two surveyors are nt present em ployed by Messrs. Chafi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
OBITUARY. MR. JOHN MACVEAN, MOOLOOMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 September 1887

OBITUARY. MR. JOHN MacVEAN, MOOLOOMOON. It is our sad duty to chronicle the sudden death of the above gentleman. From particulars received as to the death of Mr. MacVean, we learn that the deceased gentleman has been far   from well during the last few weeks. On Friday evening, as was usual with Mr. MacVean, he went into the garden after tea. Not returning he was searched for by his two sons, and when found the deceased was lying on his face on one of the paths and then dead. All efforts to restore animation were unavailing. We believe that, for some time back, the deceased gentleman was suffering from an affection of the heart, and it is more than probable that disease of that organ was the cause of death. Owing to stoppage of telegraphic communication with Balranald, it was impossible to wire Dr. Lawson for his attendance at Mooloomoon. The sud den termination of so useful a life has cast quite a gloom over the Moulamein district. Mr. MacVean has been well known throu...

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