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Mount Wycheproof. September, 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Mount Wychepro of. (Fiiott otftt own ooriiespondeMt.1 '?'??'? ? Soptembor. 9th. Tho third annual show of the Mt. Wyvheproof Agricultural and Pastoral Society \waa held on Tues day, the 6th, and was a grand success. The attendance was oil that could be desired, and every elFor't was put for ward by the ' committee to make it a success; The Secretary, (Mr. Hoaso), was very energetic in his efforts, and he carried out the duties entrusted to him in n- very able manner. The pub lic ilis' booth was. under the surveillance of Mr. Thomas, who did a fair trade during the day. There were a few side shows, but tub ' spieling'* fraternity .Was very poorly represented, being well kept under supervision by the po'ice. The horsd) Stock) and poultry were thoroughly^ Well represented, as 'Was also tho dairy produce. Tenders are invited fdr building' ft Post and Telegraph Office. Tenders will be received up to the 20th inst. Should the tenders for this work bo accepted, it will greatly, improve tlie...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Swan Hill. (PltoM Our own conuUsi'ONbBN'f )? Soptember 10. th« wimther cuhtinnes showery. The river is 12ft Oin aliovo Runimer level, and is lining {'steadily, several selectors on tho river frontage have lost the whole of their crops nnd othei-R part, owing to flood water. If the river rises tiilich higher it will be a very serious nii.sfortuiie to the district gfliip.ra'ly. The river fiaitae-wiis curried uway bv a steamer coming too close to the bank last week. It' has- been replaced by. Mr. Walton, surveyor in charge of the railway survey party. The Royal Hotel changed hands On' Weilnesday last, when Mr. Henry, Scott took possession) Mr. Garden ^laving retired. ' ?';. ? :, The grocers of Swan Hill have ro solved to have a weekly half-holiday on TiTInirsdiTy afternoons. : The Shire Council passed a resolti tiondt their last nieoting tlmt sheep or pigs should not be yarded) slaugh tered or kept within ten chains of the township.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Moulamein. ? - (FROM A COllUEBPONDENT.} On ihfi 6th iust., the Rev. H. I. Richards, Church of England, referred -at both morning and evening services, . to tin* Had and sudden departure of Mr. j. H. MueVean, of Mooloomoon. The. remarks of. the reverend gentleman ore given us below. Preaching from lliB texts as hereunder headed :— ? , Gen. V. 24. — My bretherii) we can* hot close this Rervice without referring to the awful Biiddenness of the death of an ? old and respected neighbour. It is quite ' uiiurucs fiury for mo to dwell upon.' the virtues of our dcccusi-d friend, because they are kno'wu to yoii nil. Sufiico it to say that after 61 ypais sojourn oh tin's Cinthv he has Suddenly been Buinmoned to meet liis Gud to and be ' ever with the Lord,'' whom he loved am) tried to Seive bO well. ISIo oiuiy fiotn the youngest to l!.e oldest, who on Friday night heaid of tliis den manifestation of Ctod'a will, could fail to feel deep sympathy for those 'left behind) and also feel u gieat anx...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

...Snimoiv ^ . '.N .' . .^fr. and ITj-.s. Jtotvscr. ? '* Wull,. l'ni KoinK to have a garden, this. . spring,' announced Mr. Bowsor as ho entered the house the other dny. ' You — you can't menn it I' ' Mrs. Bowser, when I any I'm goinj* lo havo a pnrden I don't wnnt to be understood ns meaning thnt I'm going to hnvc a brick yard.' ' But you remember last yc:u-7' 'Certainly I remonibcr lr.st year. What of it ? I set out to niako a nnrden, nnd vou and the dog nnd tho neighbor's hens, and a hailstorm nnd the bugs beat me out of it.' . Well, of course, yon will do as you think ? ?' best, but I'm sorry to sec tho yard all torn np ' for nothing.' ? ? ?? ' For nothing I That's just liko you 1 No'1 matter what enterprise 1 hnvo on hand you1 ! always try to discourage mo. Yon are n'nleo '; help-meet you are I I might ns wbll fold my,:,', hands and Bit down and wait for the poor ' house. I shall begin on tho garden ? row.' ? \;.' '?: ?'' - .,'; . , Ayear ago ho came rushing into tbo houso ' . ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

' v ....{'iflOtVcellancous. Good Mannors.— To bo n thorough gi'.ntleinnn from the insido ont, n rnnn must attend to the formation of sound, symmetri- cal character, aud by tho study of note worthy examples, lose that solf-consciousncsj which is always in the way of really fino manners. A gouuina kindliness of feeling toward othors, and a just consideration of their interests— loving one's neighbor ns one's self — aro indispensable elements in fine manners. If one docs not possess these, ho must seem to, or ho will continually violate tho plainest nnd most obvious rules pro scribed for conduct in polished society. When a mnn is really pure niid noble, whon he really Iras a kindly feeling and care for othors, nnd has also good common sense, ho will not bo likely to violalo grossly nny essential regulation of good society. Any where, everywhere, in tho highest circles, he will be pronounced a 'gentlcmnn.' Silly and shallow persons may smile at his littlo ignorances of minor conventiona...

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 — 14 September 1887

PASTORAL, Balranald.. — o — 'fllvwino- Jiaeoriler Office-, Tuesday Evening.. Tile weatlier during tho past week ha Uccn of a vnriuble nature, showery at inter8' vals with cold evenings,. Yesterday we hatlr alight hail .showers, to.ilay has been sunny Una jileasant, in.fnut tho wcuther during tlio paRt fortnight bus been of a broken character.. ', The wool arrivals, dining the past week 1 Huve been lurge, mid sovorul stations that i llerotoforo used .Io.sbikI their oli| s by Huy ! liayo owing to tho flooded state of tho !- country, consigned their wool .through' Biil '' mnald. Tho' following toauis hnvo arrived-^ s 7,th.inst, 2 from Till 'J iff, 4 Kilfeia, 2 Mount Manura,,5 Till Till ; (8th), 2 Mulrulu, 2 Till Till j (9th), 1 Paika ; (10th), 3 Clare and 2 \ Kilfeni 5 (12th), .4. Paika,,and 2. (Jlare t (13th) | ? 2 Kilfortt..' '?? . ' ;; ? .--. ..r ???,!- j *Shcaring':Notc's.-.— KorlKericut put on- the j 7th inst ; Till Till. wilil.fiuish this week.. Owing to- ''tho ' brolton; 'weathe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Habics' Column How to Iilako Gruols.— Sono weeks ago a -i?tcr. whins nn'un I do not remi'inbcr, ameng other things inquired for directions for making eatmc.il gruel, and ns I have had considerable experience in making it 1 send mj method, which we think very good. Put two or three heaping tablespoons of finely ground oatmeal in a stew pan nnd moisten well with a little cold water, utirring till it assumes a milky hnc ; then pour over it slowly about a quarter of boiling water, stirring all tho time ; Bet on the back of the Btovo or range nnd lot it cook slowly a long time, the longer tho better, adding moro boiling wnter na it thickens and Btirr ing frequently. When cooked it .may bo strained or not, according to fancy, and oaten with salt nlono if tho stomach is very weak, otherwise it may be thinned with a little Bweet milk, nnd if a small lump of butter, a spoonful ot sugar and a littlo nutmeg are added tho mest fastidious person could scarcely object to it. Gruels, both of oatme...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Stud— It will bo noticed that thewell-br'ed hnree, Knhinocir, «tnii(U tliis aenson, withiii ea^y leiich.of Ukiuo who wish the dervicoa Of a tn-«(-i las, thsr. ugl.l ? t siro.' Swau'Hilr. ooj. g,tl.o .usily accessible locality.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

'??'^nhci* fn-an. A Prince of Gourmands.- M-. n.igcr snn, tlit- son nf a ??cutlemnnnf large fortnno In~Glouccslerslurtf, after receiving an ex cellent education, was Eont abroad to rcako tho grand tour. In this journey young Eogorson attended to nothing but tho various modes of cookery, nnd the methods of eating and drinking luxuriously. Before his return his father died, when ho entered into tho possession of a very large fortuno and a small landed estate. He waa now able to look over his notes of epicurism, and to dis cover where tho most exquisite dishes were to be had, and the best books to bo procured. Ho hnd no other sorvnnta in his house but men cooks, for his footman, butler, house keeper, coachman nnd grooms wero all cooks. Among thoso that wero more professionally so wero three cooks from Italy, ono from Florence, another from Sienna and another from Viterbo, who was employed for the snecinl purpose oE dressing ono particular dish only — a delicacy of Florence. Ho had also...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Ijf tho Annual Roport of tfio' Dopnrt ment of Minos for tlio yonv 1886, there is contained a vnluablo fund of infor mation relative to tho tho mineral pro ducts of this colony. In looking over tho pnges reforrin!- more particularly to our gold mining industry, thero is much needed room for improvement in the direction of developing the auriferous 'areas of New South Wales. 'J'henum hor of applications to lease Crown Lands. for mining purposes during 1886 have been 93G less than in the preced ing year ; while tho money value of the precious metal show.s n decrease of £12,370 12s Sd in -ho-ist year to that ,of 1885? We firmly beliove that there is a bright future in store for our gold fields. ? Such a future depends entiroly on sound and systematic prospecting. We therefore think thatthe prospecting vote of £15,000 is altogether inade quate to do anything like proper jus tice in carrying out tho purposes for which tho voto was passed. Victoria places on the estimates for this year clo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Lost Chord. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

The Lost Chord. Whispoung tender woids I bent abovo her— Soft, ami gicy tho evening twilight fell — Shi. a miudui fan and I hui lovor — , While I sought a cbmvco my love to toll. -' Hear, for thoo myhcnrt is1 neaily bicnking ; Wilt thou not my life forover bl«B?' And I paustd, my heart too full for spoak Imr,'.. ' ? ?' ' ' l As she ans« orcd, loud and swcolly— ' No I' It has boen long a mania; of TJardh; AlplioiHi' lijUischild-to diSKuiiO hlmtelf at the moinintr, mill at nightfall as i bloust uoirlmj nitHin, and pay court to work girls (joinj in returning from their work, in Iho 'liop'o of finiilnf: .iinohg thorn somo' pearl oE l uc puce whom ho could induic, befme ''iniiiin,' down gold on her, to love him fm, IniniC'lf,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

; LOCAL. NEWS. Goeo Discovery.— On Friday afternoon, no little excitement was caused in our little town,, by the glad intelligence, that a pros pector (a rabbitor)-onM'aufrodha-l raadu the discovery, that the jireuiduB yellow golden motal was to ho found in tho Mount, known an Dnrnock'.. It appears froin information received tKat one John Lysnght,. a- digger,: wlio lias Had considerable: cxporieneo on the goldfiolilx of the colonies,, being under tho idea that tho ranges of Mount Daraock ap peared it to him be anriforous, settled down to test his belief,, and after sinking dotrn 10 feet, came on to ; river-bod formation with water-worn pobblos,.on shilling farther,, tlio proBifoctor-camo'fro formative igneous rock showing, nt close- inspection by tho naked eye,, good cold.. Lysaght fools confident that tho fiold will turn out a capital payable V-no. Tho scone of tho Western Riverina field is Bittmted aBout 180' miles from Bal rnnalcl via Hiitfielrt and Glare, and about 50-' i-'nulos...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Method in her Madness. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Method in her Madness: ''?? ; _?'? Whon you wife '.employs a^ross-oyod gii;i whuso talent iu toshirk; ' ,??„:; V :? Who takes four afternoons a week and noyer docs her work; ; ... , -.'?.. ;.i: .,...!?.',',' Who , talks bjiok .uoustnnUy, and 'hor,.diro clatter will not ceaso ;..,,. ?...-.(. i ... Who wears an apron, epotted o'or with stains of dirt and greaso j ; ; ' ? -, :..i Whoso grammar is distinguished, by its most :??;? surprising badness, .,-?( ??-.? ; ....-...;, . ;.- .„;.; You may think your wifd is .crazy; ? . ,;; ,.'.-' .But thoro'B mothod in hor madness.:-, Thd dotorraination of Jllle. Helen Roths child to marry according t:o her own wishes, is the talk of Paris and the sensation of tho Jewish world. Tho young lady is tho only daughter oE tho lato Baron Solomon Ilptbs child, nnd o£ tho lineage of Moyer Amschel Rothschild, the founder of tho great fivo hended bank. Mile. Helon is not at nil pretty, ami has a coarse figure arid a plain, fat and common looking Jiideo-Gcrran...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

: 3'^IiB^HtAMSv Sydney, September ]'&?? ; The various Australian Governments are pledged to issue nn more naturaliza tion papers to Chinese. ? ; The question as to whether sulisorf b'ers to the Childrons1 Hospital agreed with the bo-ird, or with Miss Holdenv is to' be submitted to ballot on- the 21st inst!.. Th'e Fremier1 advocates tne establish' -? tnent of a small arms and ammuwition factory,. » federal--, quarantine,' and' n military college; and he' will 'confer with' the South1 Australian1 Government . as' to' tho appointment of tho new 'VYuter Commissiom '?' ?' -? : ! Thoi Melbourne' City' Council have voted- £1000 towards the ;Imperiali; In stitute;. -,' .' ? '. 'c . - ;.';' .. ',' ?'?; . ? ' 'X:''-.^,:. '??';? ? , Beach :nas',cpminen-!oi; tw training: on the Nepean river; ?' i;-' .-,%'' v;1 I Abercorn has been made' aifiot fayoV'; ito for the A.J.O. De'rbyf ''', , '''/'' ', ' : ;' .The manager of tlie so-ealTed' \VorS:-; men's Club). .wa8:.;finedi £30 yesterday for s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. The Citrus at Bulle. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

[?] The Circus at Iiuttc. / \V'd kinder calkildted— thnl'a Itill.in'lkc', an'1 me, We'd nil go down to Sentinel Bulte, nnd her a sort o' spree ; Tho day tho Oreutcst Show on Karth wore thar in ono big tent, We jedged, 'twero somothing in our lino, so nnttur'Jy wo went. Insiilo wo'struck a tablowith acur'ousaorto' crcoter, An'a sign, as said his name were Pharioh Salt Peter ; ' An thet ho wns a 'Qyptian king as long ergo went hence — Tbo Bhow hed got tho mummy atstupondions expense 1 Wo stood an' sizod it up orwhile, when Iko turned 'round nnd said ; 'It.'peors tor look erbout tor mo \\i this Kontlemnn were dead, An' as I'm cor'ncr I 'low without no further fnss, . .'. .,,, . ,; ; , We'd bettor stop an1 kinder seo what killed tho onary cuss IV ., ,.-. i . , Then Bill remarks {?' i reckon it'u'dbo a good ideo,'' '?''??'? ?'? '?'? ???' }?'-:'????'?? ? r ? An' 1 chimes in with : ' A inquest would jlst orbottt hitHidj' '' ??.??;,,, ?'? An1 then wo sot upon tbo corpse of Phnriob SaltPcter...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, jHcrrk and ^tnticnr giants, ^nUws, §Vuctionm% nmt BALRANAIiW. THE Atfsfraliaif Joint Stock Rank. Incorporated f-y Act of Cdunoll, 185X ' {,',] Pa it) uf cTtitat.— .fsoo.ooo,; with power to increase to. .£1,000,000. r HF.8RIIVK Fl'.-»— ££90,000^ HRAt) OFFICE : SYn--p.r. £0Nt)6N OFFICE : 2' Kiso Wimiam Srar.m'.E.C Anuiclics tiiraiiRlinut New South Whlesaml Queens fund : Agents In all tho other Colonies and in Oroiil Britain, America, India, China ; nnd correspondent the 'principal cities of the worM. :~ % lnio Bank discounts lulls, grunts cnsli oreilfts, rtmkts itdvnncc.s on approfed NeeurlCy, ncgotlntca produce 6|I|« und documents, Mies ilmfta or letters ot credit' and ni'gotlntos or collectn bills pnyahle at any s -lio aliorc-nnmcd plnctK or clmiwlierc, at enrren' fctos. ? Highest Iintoa givon for Fixed Deposits. UALKANALD BRANCH '.' , : ' ,J. II. RICHARDSON,. , Manngcr. [Caiid.] ' v ' DR. C. WTPARDEY, M.B., et., Ch. B., ' '/j HAS CoJIMENOED I'llACTICB Itf' ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Balranald Hotkl (TATTERSALL'S) I Mrs. M. J. MtfRPH? BUGS to iwmmuco to lior Fi-iuikIh ninl'Hu* [mlilic, lint slit. Ina wn\ til )) tlio ftWo wi/ll noun HitJ U will In lur bmlL i\ nui tu urn lint tlit liiiHiiit si hi that It mty Lompir Fm tir lily with tlie Iculiiy' Mctiopolitui Hutch in utfci iOi -iii^» i-.y ^^ .fromfn'\. '— ' ? *? ** *'*r ** 1-very attention paid to liomltrt-aliil ViMtoia Tlie largest ami most commodious houso tn town. Wi»#, %m% & Jtyh'ite of the $«stgnwd.$ i\\\up in $totk.\ Fii'st-cluss Stabling. Billiards. Ml 3. MtJIU'HY, Proprietress. ' APERY'S Oommercial Hotel, M'MAHON; BROTHERS, PllliPHIF.TORS.' MESSRS. M'MAHON BROS, lieg to notify to the pulilio of Jinl l'uimltl und district, tliutj they liuve taken the nhove well-knowi'i H'itt;l, and liojm liy giving; every ntteiii.iuii, to Merit a fair 8ii«re.{of Buppprt. Every accommodation^, 'ynlh [home comforts. ; ;' !i.' . : ' . SaiupUr Rooms for - Commercial Travellers. ''; %, Good Billiard Table. ' CFirst class...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

.SHIPPING Porniowan, Wright aud Cc^ under date roport 13th inst - Thfl Invincible loft hero on 9th inst with 139 bales of wool from Maude and Tupra. The Alert and bargo- passed up stroam for Kernrbnry on lOth.iuat. Tlio steamer Alaggie and bargo left Hay on 12th iiist, with full cargo of -wool for Ecliuea. ,^—n ? ?' Cramsib, Bowden & (Jo. roport under date 13th iuat. . The Goldsbrough left Hay on Saturday ?with 7130 bales wool, will dear down river slieiK - Tho Kelpio from Eohuca arrived fiore last ovoiiing aud Bails to-night for Hay with genoraloargo.. Tho SuocesH is now loading wool at Hay. ' Tlio Wuradgory ami Bin-won aro now loading at Kchuun, tha fonnor for the Mur nimbiilgeo mid the latter for tho Edwarda.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Ihe gUocnmt glecovticv WEDNESDAY, Mth SEPTEMBER

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

m t-avJeF # Historic Ground.— It is historic ground that has been traversed. Here are tho ruins of 'Fort William Koniy, at thd 'southern terminus of Lako Oeorgo, tho stronghold being described in iU best days as 'a nqunro buildinsr of pino logs, covered with sand, Hanked by four bastions andsurronnded by a ditch.' Jfontcalm in 1756 with G,000 French and 2,000 Indians (Iroquois or Five Nations/, destroyed tho fort, the English nnd Colonists losing 1,500 men in a massnero by the treacherous Indians after the conditional surrender. Two veara beftm' tho fort bad bcun attacked by Vaudrouil with l,!i00 Frcuch and Indians, wlicn tlio whole neigh borhood wns laid waste and many sloops and battcaiix burned, lu the same year, l'oC, in the immediate neighborhood three sharp engngements took place on one day, Septem ber S, between forces aggregating 1,400 French and Indiana, and 1,200 Americans and Knglish, the casualties being respec tively 400 and 300. Tho French retreated, a backward movemen...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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